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Love will be returning to Stanford for his senior season, according to SF Gate's Tom FitzGerald . Heisman Trophy runner-up Bryce Love has made a decision to return to Stanford?for his senior season, his father, Christopher, confirmed to ESPN on Tuesday morning.
  • Patriots fans excited for next game against Jacksonville Jaguars

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    The victor goes on the Super Bowl on February 4 in Minneapolis where they will meet either the Philadelphia Eagles or the Minnesota Vikings. The Patriots will be playing in their 7th consecutive AFC Championship after defeating the Titans in the divisional round 35-14.
  • Dinesh Karthik to replace injured wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha

    Dinesh Karthik to replace injured wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha

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    The selectors have named Tamil Nadu wicketkeeper-batsman Dinesh Karthik as his replacement and the right-hander will fly to the rainbow nation before the start of the third Test. The third and final Test will be played at the New Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg from January 24. Though Saha was ordinary with the bat in the first Test, he was brilliant with the gloves.
  • Rockets players enter Clippers' locker room through back entrance

    Rockets players enter Clippers' locker room through back entrance

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    Security had to be called to calm the situation down and no harm was done to anyone. Apparently, nothing physical happened. He spearheaded a balanced attack for the visitors, with all five starters scoring in double figures, including 19 points from Eric Gordon and 17 from Ariza, but it didn't match the effort from a shorthanded Clippers team playing without DeAndre Jordan, Danilo Gallinari, Austin Rivers and Patrick Beverley.
  • Chelsea's Squad Depth Exposed As Antonio Conte Says Players Are Tired

    Chelsea's Squad Depth Exposed As Antonio Conte Says Players Are Tired

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    Very exhausted. I think we played with tiredness. "We played a lot of effort against Arsenal on Wednesday, then to play a really good team in good physical form like Leicester was hard". Compared to last season we are conceding less and showing more solidity. "We have to improve our quality in the last step". "But we haven't had great quality in our finishing".
  • Backlash over Trump's comments stall bipartisan push for DACA deal

    Backlash over Trump's comments stall bipartisan push for DACA deal

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    Privately, sources close to the White House were unbowed and dismissive of what they described as predictable hysteria over Trump's vulgar remarks. But other Republicans , pained by the turn of events, spoke out against the president as debate over the slur spilled into Sunday television talk shows.
  • Pakistan score 262 against New Zealand

    Pakistan score 262 against New Zealand

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    New Zealand allrounder Colin de Grandhomme turned doubt into delight in a matter of moments as the hosts scored a record-breaking 11th consecutive victory in all formats in Hamilton on Tuesday. Williamson ended up being removed by Sohail for 32, but that was to be Pakistan's last taste of success for the remainder of the match as De Grandhomme took over and finished things off with Nicholls via an unbeaten 109-run stand.
  • Sanchez 'agrees' deal, £20m defender blow, Mourinho makes transfer admission

    Sanchez 'agrees' deal, £20m defender blow, Mourinho makes transfer admission

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    City are yet to pull the plug on the Sánchez deal, but their interest has waned somewhat in recent days because they are unwilling to meet the Chilean's wage demands. "Is he going to be involved in one deal in leaving us?" Despite United's interest, City are understood to believe the Arsenal forward would prefer a move to the Etihad.
  • Trump's Sunday in Palm Beach: Golf, private dinner with Rep. McCarthy

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    Trump stands accused of using "shithole" to describe African countries during an immigration meeting with a bipartisan group of six senators. On Sunday he lashed out at Democrats accusing them of refusing to reach a deal over a programme created to protect illegal immigrants brought to the United States as children.
  • All sidelined Bradford wants to talk about is Vikings' incredible win

    All sidelined Bradford wants to talk about is Vikings' incredible win

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    Usually, it's reality. It's real life. As the teams lined up for a formality extra point, Keenum led the fans in the viking clap and it could ring out again in three weeks, with Superbowl to be played in Minnesota. "He's going to have so many opportunities, and he's going to make so many great plays in the future", Te'o said, via Josh Katzenstein of The Times-Picayune .
  • Man United boss Mourinho reacts to Sanchez speculation

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    If he stays here he is a very good player that this season started very very well and came a little bit down but last season did awesome things for us, helped us to win the Europa League , being one of the most important players. However, Neville has been highly critical of journalists and ex-players claiming that Sanchez would only ever join United, the biggest club in world football and England's most successful ever football club, for the money.
  • Paul Pogba determined Manchester United will keep fighting

    Paul Pogba determined Manchester United will keep fighting

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    It may still be a sizeable margin but after helping maintain United's 100 per cent start to 2018 with two assists against the Potters , Pogba is not ready to throw in the towel in the title race just yet. "Most probably, a player like him, he probably has other big clubs who are interested". Lukaku later got in on the act, when he fired home to put the Reds firmly out of sight midway through the second half.
  • Carillion plc goes into liquidation

    Carillion plc goes into liquidation

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    The Wolverhampton-based company, which employed 43,000 people, including 20,000 in the United Kingdom, was forced into liquidation on Monday morning after the government refused to bail it out. " Carillion is a textbook example of the failures of privatisation and outsourcing". Around 27,000 staff are involved with Carillion's defined benefit schemes which are likely to be transferred to the Pension Protection Fund (PPF).
  • Liverpool Interested In This Impressive English International: Should Klopp Make A Move?

    Liverpool Interested In This Impressive English International: Should Klopp Make A Move?

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    Who can forget the time he summed up Liverpool's 3-0 win over Manchester City in 2016 in one word - "Boom!" "The pressing in the second half, round the goals, was different planet, just outstanding". Although hopes of a title challenge are all but over, there is plenty to look forward to concerning the Premier League's most in-form team. "You need really a good football team to do that and thank god I have one".
  • Maria Sharapova and Angelique Kerber win Australian Open first round matches

    Maria Sharapova and Angelique Kerber win Australian Open first round matches

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    While Federer begins his title defence against Slovenia's Aljaz Bedene in primetime on Rod Laver Arena, Djokovic and Sharapova will make their bows on Margaret Court Arena. After nine of 10 American female players bowed out on day one - including Sloane Stephens, Venus Williams and CoCo Vandeweghe - Brengle could not stem the USA outflow as she succumbed 6-3, 6-1 to the British ninth seed.
  • Nick Foles: 'I'm Very Humbled To Win This Game'

    Nick Foles: 'I'm Very Humbled To Win This Game'

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    His play-calling will be tested Sunday against the NFL's top-ranked defense, and with more tape of Nick Foles in the Eagles offense. They will not get the opportunity to atone for it. Philadelphia turned to All-Pro tight end, Zach Ertz. Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan rolled to his right side. Jones got hurt in the fourth quarter while playing in the New England secondary and spent some time lying on his stomach on the turf.
  • Manchester United 3-0 Stoke City: Ruthless hosts dominate Potters

    Manchester United 3-0 Stoke City: Ruthless hosts dominate Potters

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    Manchester United maintained their 100 per cent start to 2018 with a comfortable 3-0 victory over a Stoke side watched by their incoming boss Paul Lambert . Another clean sheet in tonight's fixture against Stoke will see him head the Premier League race for the golden gloves with a 13th shut-out from 23 games in a yet another season where he's secured several points for his team in their quest for silverware.
  • Wenger: Why I Decided To Drop Sanchez

    Wenger: Why I Decided To Drop Sanchez

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    Expect all the big names, from Griezmann to Dybala, Kane to Lewandowski, to fill the gossip columns in the coming months. "I think him [Sanchez], Mr Wenger [Arsene Wenger, the Arsenal manager], Mr Gazidis [Ivan Gazidis, the Arsenal chief executive] - they are the ones who know what is going to happen".
  • Kyle Lowry and Ben Simmons had a ridiculous exchange

    Kyle Lowry and Ben Simmons had a ridiculous exchange

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    While they were leaving the floor it appeared Simmons extended an invite to Lowry to meet him in the tunnel - Lowry seemed to accept the invitation. But addressing reporters later, Simmons denied it. "Maybe frustration that they're down, about to lose", he said. Embiid scored 34 points with 11 rebounds and 3 assists to lead the scoring for Philadelphia.
  • Will Conor McGregor return to boxing or the UFC?

    Will Conor McGregor return to boxing or the UFC?

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    White has said that McGregor is now hinting at a September return to the Octagon, which would be almost two years since his last fight at UFC 205, when he defeated Eddie Alvarez to become lightweight champion. "If and when Conor comes back, he will get the first crack at the title". Asked directly if that meant Conor might be stripped of the belt, White answered in the affirmative.
  • Australian Open: I should not be favourite - Federer

    Australian Open: I should not be favourite - Federer

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    The 2007 edition was one of the hottest seasons of the Aus Open. I know one day I won't have the chance to play again in this court, so I want to enjoy every moment I am here. This is important, not just as the season's first major, but because it will define the year for most of the sport's big names, especially the limping ones.
  • Man United's incredible financial offer to Alexis Sanchez revealed

    Man United's incredible financial offer to Alexis Sanchez revealed

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    The Gunners succumbed to a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Bournemouth on Super Sunday this weekend, having led through a Hector Bellerin opening goal . The publication adds that Chelsea have now made their interest known, and as a result, the rumoured £35m fee is expected to rise as Arsenal consider potential deals.
  • Seoul must not weaken stance on North Korea

    Seoul must not weaken stance on North Korea

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    The meeting was a follow-up to last week's high-level talks during which North Korea agreed to send a delegation of athletes, ranking officials, an art troupe and others, to the February 9-25 PyeongChang Olympics in the South. "They should know that train and bus for carrying our delegation to the Olympics are still in Pyongyang", it warned. "Since we are compatriots of the same blood as South Koreans, it is natural for us to share their pleasure over the auspicious event and help them", ...
  • Will S.Korea's Olympics Become N.Korean Propaganda Tool?

    Will S.Korea's Olympics Become N.Korean Propaganda Tool?

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    North and South Korea are planning on sending a joint women's ice hockey team to the Winter Olympics in Seoul next month. As South Korea prepares for the North's participation in the February 9 to 25 Olympics, Pyongyang called earlier in the day for the meeting on Monday at Tongilgak, a building on the North Korean side of the truce village of Panmunjeom, the ministry said.
  • Man United beats Stoke 3-0, reduces City's lead to 12 points

    Man United beats Stoke 3-0, reduces City's lead to 12 points

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    City ended its interest in the Chile forward on Monday, leaving United as the favorite to sign a player who appears keen to move from Arsenal in the January transfer window. Mame Biram Dioue nearly scored for Stoke in the 86th minute but his first effort was saved by David De Gea before he hit the rebound into the side netting.
  • Wilkins returning to Tigers for 2018 season

    Wilkins returning to Tigers for 2018 season

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    The 6-foot-4, 300-pound Wilkins posted 55 tackles, 8.5 TFL, 4.5 sacks and four pass breakups this past season. Joseph had 80 tackles this season. Additionally, Clemson was second in fewest yards per play allowed (4.27), and second in passing yards per attempt (5.7).
  • Seahawks hire Ken Norton Jr. as defensive coordinator

    Seahawks hire Ken Norton Jr. as defensive coordinator

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    The 49ers hired Norton as an assistant defensive head coach and inside linebackers coach after he was sacked as the Raiders' defensive coordinator in November midway through his third season in Oakland. In a coaching staff shake-up, the Seahawks fired defensive coordinator Kris Richard and offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell last week. "He's always having us look forward and do things that are important for us to continue our careers and keep improving ourselves".
  • Australian Open 2018: Sloane Stephens out in first round to Zhang Shuai

    Australian Open 2018: Sloane Stephens out in first round to Zhang Shuai

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    During the one-hour 46-minute tussle, Vadeweghe was also given a code violation by chair umpire Fergus Murphy for taking too long during a changeover as she was yet to finish a banana, which she claimed was not provided to her on time. "I don't understand why you're being so rude about it, I'm being very cool". "But I don't have to make myself uncomfortable because it's ill prepared".
  • Rivals.com Reporter Courtney Roland Releases Statement After Disappearance

    Rivals.com Reporter Courtney Roland Releases Statement After Disappearance

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    Roland's tweet Monday said she was released from Methodist Hospital Friday after "five days of extensive testing". Officials say Roland had sent nonsensical texts to her mother. Courtney Roland tweeted a message of thanks to medical personnel, Houston police and others who helped her. Authorities arrived to find Roland safe at the mall restaurant, one day after she was reported missing, and brought her to the hospital for evaluation.
  • Gymnastics: Biles reveals abuse by jailed U.S. team doctor

    Gymnastics: Biles reveals abuse by jailed U.S. team doctor

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    Nassar plead guilty in November a year ago to seven counts of criminal sexual conduct, admitting that he used his position as a trusted medical professional to sexually abuse young girls. Biles said her experiences would not stop her from competing, however. "For too long I've asked myself, 'Was I too naive?" Biles, who won four gold medals at the 2016 Olympic games, wrote on Twitter Monday afternoon that she was among those who were victims of Nasser's abuse.
  • (MSFT) Shares Bought by Bainco International Investors

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    American National Bank who had been investing in Microsoft Corp Com for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $691.23B market cap company. The stock of Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) earned "Hold" rating by Wunderlich on Wednesday, July 20. The stock of Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) has "Buy" rating given on Monday, August 29 by UBS.
  • North Korea to Send Performing Squad to Pyeongchang Winter Olympics - Seoul

    North Korea to Send Performing Squad to Pyeongchang Winter Olympics - Seoul

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    North Korea announced last week that it would send a delegation to the Games in the South - easing months of tensions. The two countries were also thought to have discussed the proposed joint women's ice hockey team at today's meeting, held in the demilitarised zone which is also known as the Joint Security Area.
  • India crush Nepal in Blind Cricket World Cup clash

    India crush Nepal in Blind Cricket World Cup clash

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    Pakistan notched up 282 for eight wickets in the stipulated 40 overs. In reply, Indian comfortably chased the given target in 34.5 overs by losing only 3 wickets. AP boy Venkatesh swift 64 of 55 balls and electrifying 47 of Captain Ajay Reddy of 34 Balls finally guided the boys in blue home.ICC CEO David Richardson witnessed the match and was the chief guest for the Man of the Match Ceremony.
  • Borussia Dortmund complete signing of Manuel Akanji

    Borussia Dortmund complete signing of Manuel Akanji

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    Akanji had also been considered by Southampton, West Ham and West Brom but Dortmund have moved quickly to line up the highly-rated 6ft 2ins Switzerland worldwide. "At the same time, we believe he's a defender with still a lot of potential for development". Der 22 Jahre junge Abwehrspieler unterzeichnete einen Vertrag bis zum 30.
  • Danica Patrick and Aaron Rodgers are dating

    Danica Patrick and Aaron Rodgers are dating

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    Rodgers, who missed nine games this season due to a broken collarbone, described the challenges that come with dating another celebrity in an article published by ESPN the Magazine last August. "Now I am probably going to cheer for the whole team", she told the AP about the Packers. Patrick and Rodgers are apparently fine with dating in the public eye, and Patrick said she'll be changing her rooting interests from the Chicago Bears .
  • Pak says 4 soldiers killed by India along LoC

    Pak says 4 soldiers killed by India along LoC

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    Pakistan on Monday summoned Indian Deputy High Commissioner J.P. Singh to protest "unprovoked ceasefire violations" along the LoC by Indian forces, which it said killed four Pakistani soldiers. Islamabad denies allegations that it arms and trains militants to launch attacks on Indian forces, saying it only provides diplomatic support to the Kashmiri struggle for right to self-determination.
  • Roger Federer in fine fettle for Australian Open title defence

    Roger Federer in fine fettle for Australian Open title defence

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    It forced him to skip the lead-up Brisbane International this month, and he only had a one-match workout at the exhibition Kooyong Classic in Melbourne ahead of the Open . Serena Williams beat her older sister Venus Williams in the final to capture an Open era-record 23rd major here previous year but decided against defending her title because she didn't have enough time to recover from health issues after a complicated childbirth in September.
  • Manchester United line up life contract for De Gea

    Manchester United line up life contract for De Gea

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    United face Stoke City with Mourinho admitting that Premier League leaders Manchester City are in the comfort zone following a 22-game unbeaten start to their title challenge. What did Mourinho say regarding De Gea? Manchester United host Stoke on Monday and will look to capitalise on any slip-up at Anfield, while Arsenal travel to Bournemouth.
  • Lonzo Ball (knee sprain) OUT for Lakers vs

    Lonzo Ball (knee sprain) OUT for Lakers vs

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    The son of Hall of Famer Gary Payton, who played for the Lakers in 2003-04, Payton was placed on waivers by the Bucks on December 18. Payton joined the Milwaukee Bucks in April of 2017 and even started six games for the Bucks in the 2017-18 season while on a two-way contract.