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Texas Tech keeps QB mystery under wraps with Kansas visiting

LUBBOCK, Texas — Jett Duffey is coming off a road win in his first career start, and Alan Bowman is now three weeks removed from a crunching hit that led to a partially collapsed lung. 629 more words

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Longtime Leaf Tie Domi says cheering for son Max as a Hab comes naturally

BROSSARD, Que. — It’s possible to have amassed 3,515 penalty minutes in the National Hockey League and still be a gentleman. Tie Domi proved as much this week. 561 more words

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Army faces Miami of Ohio at Michie Stadium

WEST POINT, N.Y. — Miami of Ohio coach Chuck Martin isn’t exactly looking forward to playing Army at Michie Stadium.

Call it the fear of the triple option. 727 more words

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Hamilton fastest in wet 1st practice at US Grand Prix

AUSTIN, Texas — Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton posted the fastest lap in Friday’s rain-soaked first practice for the U.S. Grand Prix as he chases a fifth career championship this weekend. 127 more words

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Syracuse hosts North Carolina looking to stop 2-game skid

Syracuse quarterback Eric Dungey has forgotten his last pass. It wasn’t so easy to do.

Two weeks ago on the Orange’s first offensive play in overtime at Pittsburgh after the Panthers had opened extra time with a touchdown, the senior threw an interception in the end zone and trudged off the field a loser again. 782 more words

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Oliver, surging Houston look for a win vs struggling Navy

ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Mired in a three-game losing streak and desperate to get some production from its struggling offence, Navy faces the unenviable task of going up against surging Houston and standout defensive tackle Ed Oliver. 730 more words

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New technology only adds to baseball's culture of paranoia

It probably felt like a cutting-edge caper at the time: The New York Giants, using an elaborate spyglass-and-buzzer system, would have the opposing team’s signs relayed from their centre-field clubhouse at the Polo Grounds to the bullpen and then to the batter, passing along valuable information during the team’s pursuit of the 1951 pennant. 849 more words

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