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In my opinion OU is in. Since this is The Collegian, I say K-State wins the tournament and enters the Big Dance on a four-game winning streak and really improves on its seeding the NCAA Tournament. No. 10 Iowa State 9 p.m. Then the cracks started to show on the defensive end as the Sooners lost 3 of their next 5 and followed that with a 6 game losing skid, alternating wins and losses in their last 4 games to close out the regular season.
  • Sexual Assault Claim Against Mark Cuban Resurfaces After 7 Years

    Sexual Assault Claim Against Mark Cuban Resurfaces After 7 Years

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    The woman declined to proceed with the allegation at the time but she still contends he did what she accuses him of doing. Cuban was not accused of any misconduct in the SI report, but it prompted questions about what he knew, or should have known, as the head of the organization.
  • Matic calls for more from United

    Matic calls for more from United

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    Benteke forced De Gea into his trademark saves as Roy Hodgson's side looked to regain the lead, but the Spaniard was having none of it whatsoever. Subs: Jairo Riedewald (on for Schlupp, 80) 5. Crystal Palace's James Tomkins (right) challenges Manchester United's Paul Pogba during the Premier League match at Selhurst Park , London.
  • Mahrez announces 'retirement' in bizarre facebook post

    Mahrez announces 'retirement' in bizarre facebook post

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    Leicester ran a feature on Mahrez on their website on Wednesday looking at the impact of the player this season, suggesting the Facebook post was a hoax. Still, many were left to compliment the attention to detail observed by the hacker (s), who even appeared to mimic Mahrez's slap-dash approach to punctuation...
  • HC seeks ED response in Nirav Modi case

    HC seeks ED response in Nirav Modi case

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    The Lok Sabha was initially adjourned till 12 noon after the Opposition members continued protests over various issues, making it hard for speaker Sumitra Mahajan to moderate the session. Rao's question had been prompted by reports that the PMO had been informed about a brewing fraud nearly two years before the PNB scam involving diamantaires Nirav and Mehul Choksi actually broke.
  • South African triathlete's legs severely injured in saw attack

    South African triathlete's legs severely injured in saw attack

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    When they saw it was getting stuck they started on the other leg". Gwala said he was nervous about surgery but hopeful for his recovery. He said the saw missed a main artery and that surgeons are confident they can save the leg. The grisly attack has alarmed athletes in Durban who train early in the morning, when few people are on the roads. Gwala's sponsor and friend Sue de la Porte says the triathlete tried to surrender his phone, watch and bicycle.
  • Christian McCaffrey helps save 72-year-old hiker after fall

    Christian McCaffrey helps save 72-year-old hiker after fall

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    Max, Christian, and Dylan McCaffrey were climbing the rock when 72-year-old Dan Smoker fell while he was climbing down from the top of the rock. Dan Smoker is convinced he would have had to plan a funeral for his father. His son took to Twitter to thank the McCaffrey brothers and Mann. When Smoker arrived at the hospital, he was diagnosed with a broken femur, broken pelvis, internal bleeding, bleeding on the brain, nine fractured ribs and a broken neck, according to Panthers .com.
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    Watch Champions League online in Australia

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    With three Champions League titles in the past four years, and 12 overall, Madrid are precisely the club PSG dream about becoming one day. The holders put the tie almost out of reach at the start of the second half, as Asensio played in Vazquez, whose outswinging cross was headed home at the back post by Cristiano Ronaldo .
  • ICC probe David Warner, Quinton de Kock incident

    ICC probe David Warner, Quinton de Kock incident

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    Warner has been issued with a level-two charge by the International Cricket Council for conduct that brings the game into disrepute, meaning he could be banned for a test if handed the most severe punishment, while de Kock has been slapped with a level-one infraction.
  • 'Watt's Your Name?!' - Farcical Referee Error Sees Former Arsenal Player Sent Off

    'Watt's Your Name?!' - Farcical Referee Error Sees Former Arsenal Player Sent Off

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    Fortunately, Hemel captain Jordan Parkes was on hand to explain the misunderstanding, with the referee swiftly calling Watt back over to rescind the red card. While Hemel would come away with all three points, after recording a 2-0 victory over East Thurrock, things could have been different had Watt not remained on the pitch after a hysterical mix up with the referee regarding his surname.
  • Seattle Seahawks' Michael Bennett attracts trade interest from Atlanta Falcons

    Seattle Seahawks' Michael Bennett attracts trade interest from Atlanta Falcons

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    In the three years remaining on Bennett's contract, he is scheduled to receive compensation that would result in cap hits of $8.275 million in 2019 and $10.225 million in 2020. He also missed five games with a knee injury in 2016 and played through a torn plantar fascia during most of the 2017 campaign, creating potential durability concerns.
  • New Zealand bowl first on well-grassed surface

    New Zealand bowl first on well-grassed surface

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    Medical staff heavily strapped Taylor's thigh and he continued on, bludgeoning the England bowlers as he limped between the wickets. Taylor could only watch from the non-striker's end as Nicholls faced two dot balls, before finally clipping a leg-stump half volley over the square leg boundary to ensure victory for New Zealand .
  • IAAF could expel Russian Federation for failing to follow mitigate doping

    IAAF could expel Russian Federation for failing to follow mitigate doping

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    Russian athletes can be banned from worldwide competitions in neutral status if the Russian Athletics Federation fails to reach anti-doping progress on criteria to be reinstated by the IAAF. He said the taskforce had recommended that Russian Federation should not be reinstated, and the IAAF council had accepted. He added: "While I am sorry to be leaving, the pre-existing commercial framework makes it hard for me to apply my talents and fully leverage the assets of the IAAF in the way I would ...
  • Gonzaga pummels BYU, 74-54, to win sixth straight WCC tournament title

    Gonzaga pummels BYU, 74-54, to win sixth straight WCC tournament title

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    On the season, San Francisco basketball averages 68.9 points, 34.6 rebounds and 13.3 assists per game. Tillie led the way with 26 points in 26 minutes on 10-for-11 shooting, including 5-for-5 from three-point range. The Toreros (17-15) offense started hot, but could not keep pace with the Bulldogs', especially WCC Player of the Year, Jill Barta, who scored a game-high 32 points with eight rebounds.
  • Warner, de Kock charged over Durban stoush

    Warner, de Kock charged over Durban stoush

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    Quinton de Kock and David Warner have been charged in connection with the stairwell stoush that has turned the Test series between South Africa and Australia into an episode straight out of the tawdry world of professional wrestling. "Correct Warney. but it's clear plenty of personal nonsense has been spoken & the man in question I hear from many has been doing it for a while so I guess someone eventually was going to touch a nerve with a response", he said on Twitter.
  • Vikings reportedly set to offer Kirk Cousins $91 million

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    However, most of the mentioned organizations were reportedly considering offering short-term contracts to the player that would span three years at best. At one point, rumors included a front-loaded deal with $60 million in the first year. The Vikings will upgrade at quarterback while retaining a wildly talented team surrounding Cousins.
  • Clippers' furious fourth-quarter rally comes up short in loss to Pelicans

    Clippers' furious fourth-quarter rally comes up short in loss to Pelicans

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    He underwent X-rays that came back negative and returned to the game to begin the second half. With around two minutes to play the Clippers found themselves again up in the ball game. In all, only three games separate the three seed in the West from the eighth seed. The Clippers wiped out a 21-point deficit to beat the Pelicans the last time the teams played, less than 24 hours before they pulled off the blockbuster January 29 trade that sent Blake Griffin to the Detroit Pistons ...
  • F1 Pre-Season Testing 2018: Tuesday Times and Analysis from Barcelona

    F1 Pre-Season Testing 2018: Tuesday Times and Analysis from Barcelona

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    McLaren endured another hard day, with Stoffel Vandoorne's Renault-powered vehicle suffering electrical and hydraulic failures and doing the fewest laps. "We've got through everything we needed and put good mileage on the vehicle". "It's obviously not the productive day we had planned, but the problems are the types of niggles that we nearly hope and expect to face during testing, in order to prepare us properly for the season ahead".
  • Liverpool Advances To Champions League Quarterfinals On Draw Vs. Porto

    Liverpool Advances To Champions League Quarterfinals On Draw Vs. Porto

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    When I said we will not rest any players I was thinking more that we will bring the best team we can have for this game, " added Klopp , who insists he will not have one eye on Saturday's trip to Manchester United . It was very important for Adam (Lallana ), getting used to the rhythm, and for Ingsy ( Danny Ings ) a few minutes. "Now we thought we give him, if possible, the last 20".
  • Free agent receiver market could get another big name in Sammy Watkins

    Free agent receiver market could get another big name in Sammy Watkins

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    For starters, tagging a safety - and pigeon-holing Joyner as such isn't entirely fair, though we doubt his reps will balk at the designation - instead of a wideout is a cost savings of $4.7 million. Los Angeles has a complicated financial future to plan for with reigning defensive player of the year Aaron Donald due for a new contract. Among the Rams' high-profile pending free agents, Robey-Coleman and Sullivan seem most likely to return.
  • 49ers expected to target receiver Allen Robinson in free agency, per reports

    49ers expected to target receiver Allen Robinson in free agency, per reports

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    However, not using the franchise tag on Robinson does give a glimpse into how Jacksonville's upper management views the receiver. The Jaguars have decided not to place the franchise tag on potential Raiders free agent target, wide receiver Allen Robinson , which means he will hit the open market March 12 if a long-term deal isn't reached prior, per NFL Media's Ian Rapoport .
  • Aldon Smith named suspect in domestic violence incident

    Aldon Smith named suspect in domestic violence incident

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    The seventh-overall pick in the 2011 draft, Smith's National Football League career has gone up in smoke amid several run-ins with the law and suspensions. The Mercury News obtained emergency dispatch audio that the victim said that Smith had bitten her on the wrists and climbed out her window on the night of the alleged incident.
  • Arsene Wenger insists he is still 'in' even after defeat by Brighton

    Arsene Wenger insists he is still 'in' even after defeat by Brighton

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    Henry has zero managerial experience but has been learning his coaching trade under Roberto Martinez at Belgium. "You can say maybe it's true or not, I think at the moment it looks more obvious that the team looks for confidence". I am not sitting on the fence, I can never say that. The result left the sixth-placed Gunners 13 points adrift of north London rivals Tottenham Hotspur, who occupy the last Champions League spot.
  • Today is D-Day for the Chicago Bears and Kyle Fuller

    Today is D-Day for the Chicago Bears and Kyle Fuller

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    The Bears will have the chance to match any potential contract offers Fuller receives from another team when free agency begins on March 14. The tagging club is awarded no compensation if it chooses not to match. But Fuller faded over the next few seasons. He started all 16 games, recording 68 tackles, two interceptions and a career-high 22 pass breakups. Fuller has struggled with consistency since joining the Bears in 2014 and battled injury as recently as 2016 when he missed the entire ...
  • National Football League salary cap for 2018 set at $177.2 million, report says

    National Football League salary cap for 2018 set at $177.2 million, report says

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    This is the fifth straight year the salary cap has increased by at least $10 million. "I think we're going to explore all options in free agency and see where that goes", he said about their plan at quarterback. La Canfora has reported that the Vikings and Jets will likely be the final two bidders for Cousins' services. But since 2013, the cap has risen more than $54 million, from $123 million to $177.2 million, an increase of 44.1 percent.
  • Dallas Cowboys to place franchise tag on DE Demarcus Lawrence

    Dallas Cowboys to place franchise tag on DE Demarcus Lawrence

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    In addition to the sacks, Lawrence had 58 tackles, five tackles for loss and was credited by Cowboys coaches with 52 quarterback hurries. If the Cowboys stick with the tag on Lawrence, he'll play 2018 under a one-year deal for about $17.5 million that's fully guaranteed and goes against the salary cap.
  • Houston Texans deny claim they won't sign free agents who took knee

    Houston Texans deny claim they won't sign free agents who took knee

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    Texans team owner and noted Trump donor Robert McNair landed himself in hot water back in October for his poor comments made in reference to anthem protests, saying he and his fellow owners "can't have the inmates running the prison". The Houston Texans are subtly sending a signal to NFL players who kneel during the national anthem: Players are not wanted. Later that day, Texans star wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins failed to show up for practice in response to McNair's remark, ...
  • Male Survivor Of Larry Nassar Hopes Former Gymnastics Doctor 'Rots In Hell'

    Male Survivor Of Larry Nassar Hopes Former Gymnastics Doctor 'Rots In Hell'

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    In a press conference with his lawyer Monday, Moore said that he chose to come forward after he saw the bravery and strength of the other victims, including his sister. Moore's sister Cameron, who was also abused by Nassar and read a victim impact statement at his sentencing hearing in January, mentioned her brother in her reading.
  • Every touch: Gundogan v Chelsea

    Every touch: Gundogan v Chelsea

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    It took a miraculous save from defender Cesar Azpilicueta to keep the game tied. Bernard Silva was the one who found the back of the net to break the scoreless deadlock in the very first minute of the second half on a cross by David Silva .
  • Man City can't compare to Barca, Madrid yet - Guardiola

    Man City can't compare to Barca, Madrid yet - Guardiola

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    If you are able to win the league quite early, you can lose that seriousness for the Champions League . Sergio Aguero was unable to net his 200th Manchester City goal on Sunday but he still had cause to celebrate after featuring in a 1-0 win over Chelsea .
  • Bills Sign Chris Ivory To Two-Year Deal

    Bills Sign Chris Ivory To Two-Year Deal

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    According to a report from NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Bills gave Ivory a two-year contract worth up to $6 million, $3.5 million of which is guaranteed. Ivory's only spell as a starter came at the New York Jets between 2014 and 2015, during which he ran for nearly 1,900 yards. General manager Brandon Beane believed the Bills needed to find a complementary running back to McCoy this offseason.
  • David Warner to continue as Australia vice-captain, says Darren Lehmann

    David Warner to continue as Australia vice-captain, says Darren Lehmann

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    Cricket Australia and Cricket South Africa have both said that the matter is in hands of the umpires and match-referee but Lehmann said they are supporting their player. The first Test in Durban provided a major talking point on day four when star batsman de Villiers was run out by Warner and Lyon without scoring.
  • Serena Williams has 'high expectations' for Indian Wells

    Serena Williams has 'high expectations' for Indian Wells

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    Serena's opening match followed. "You should always believe in yourself when no one else does". "I hope that I can leave a legacy, something behind where other players will look up to me and think maybe I wasn't just a tennis player but much more than that", he added.
  • Starc breaks down South Africa after Markram-De Kock resistance

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    Vernon Philander (6) was caught behind, followed by the wickets of Keshav Maharaj and Kagiso Rabada, who were bowled with successive deliveries. Five runs were added by the home side before Quinton de Kock (83, 149b, 11×4) was hit on the back pad and trapped leg before by Josh Hazlewood (3/61) as he tried to launch the ball over the boundary.