• Vikings coach says cutting Panthers S Coleman a mistake

    Vikings coach says cutting Panthers S Coleman a mistake

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    It certainly didn't come as a surprise Friday afternoon, but the Minnesota Vikings announced they had moved Adrian Peterson to injured reserve. Now the offense will use a running back by committee, with shifty Jerick McKinnon getting the start, thumper Matt Asiata spelling him and the recently signed Ronnie Hillman there for insurance.
  • Sanders urges turned-off voters to turn out for Clinton

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    A defection by millennials of that size could be devastating for Clinton; in 2012, President Obama won 60 percent of voters under the age of 30 , and the bloc provided a crucial advantage in his four-point victory over Mitt Romney. But if you smoke marijuana in this country, you get a criminal record. For Trump, the lack of support from young people simply signals a missed opportunity.
  • Man hits Sacramento mayor with pie, sports shiner in photo

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    With Durant completely gone in the 2016-17 season, Deveney said that the 28-year-old point guard is bound to excel and steal the NBA MVP title. But on Wednesday, he was in LA to appear as a guest (along with rapper, Nas) on HBO's "Any Given Wednesday" with Bill Simmons .
  • Mourinho hits out at football 'Einsteins'

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    United returned to winning ways after beating third-tier side Northampton Town 3-1 in the third round of the League Cup on Wednesday. "But that's the new football, it's full of Einsteins". Mourinho said " teams from lower divisions, when they reach this level " against the bigger teams in England makes for a " great occasion " but it is very difficult as they " raise the level of their game " which makes the game even harder.
  • Steve Kerr voices support for Colin Kaepernick's protests

    Steve Kerr voices support for Colin Kaepernick's protests

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    And I think it's probably one of the best things that's come out of the Kaepernick issue, is that people are talking. Myers said Kerr is "trending in the right direction" after missing most of training camp and the first 43 games of last season with complications stemming from back surgery.
  • Lundqvist brilliant as Sweden advances to semifinals

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    And yet, one week later.nearly to the day I said they were doomed? "We gave ourselves a chance, it'll be stressful tomorrow but we have faith in the Finns". All alone, the 2013 No. 1 pick beat Lundqvist top shelf like he has been doing that to goalies for decades. "Maybe I didn't get that good", Teravainen said.
  • Monaco Midfielder Joao Moutinho Reveals He Was Minutes From Joining Spurs

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    Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane, left, celebrates scoring against Stoke City during the English Premier League soccer match at The Bet365 Stadium, Stoke-on-Trent, England, Saturday Sept. We made a decision to go to Wembley, but we didn't feel at home. "Mousa was important for us last season, but all the players are always important".
  • Kent State vs. Alabama: Game Grades, Analysis for Tide

    Kent State vs. Alabama: Game Grades, Analysis for Tide

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    Alabama vs Kent State Live Stream . Hurts was 16-of-24 passing for 164 yards and ran for 54 yards while splitting time with Barnett. Alabama once again showed why they are one of the premier programs in the nation as they put Kent State away early, despite coming off an emotional back and forth game a week ago.
  • Powerful Son keeps Spurs on the rise

    Powerful Son keeps Spurs on the rise

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    The 24-year-old Son endured an ineffective first season in the Premier League after signing from Bayer Leverkusen last summer, to the extent that there were rumours Pochettino could seek to recoup some of his £22 million fee. Pochettino faces being without Sissoko for Tuesday's Champions League game away to CSKA Moscow. Middlesbrough boss Aitor Karanka saw reasons for optimism following his side's second-half display against Tottenham .
  • Wenger praises 'world class' Ospina in draw

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    It's no coincidence that Arsenal's equalizer came after Xhaka's introduction, and it may just be time for Coquelin to fully accept his role as squad rotation and "hey Xhaka needs a break after all these important games we've used him in" guy.
  • What Should You Do If You Have A Yahoo Account?

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    Yahoo hasn't revealed the evidence that led it to blame a "state-sponsored actor" for the latest attack, which the Sunnyvale company said occurred two years ago and was discovered only recently. Change your password: An obvious, but critical piece of advice. Yahoo is also asking users to consider using " Yahoo Account Key ", which is an authentication tool that eliminates the need to use a password altogether.
  • Arsene Wenger: I wish Arsenal had bought Diego Costa

    Arsene Wenger: I wish Arsenal had bought Diego Costa

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    The 66-year-old, who has won three Premier League titles and six FA Cups with the Gunners, will celebrate his 20th anniversary in the role on October 1. Beyond them manager Antonio Conte has a fully-fit squad from which to choose, and must decide whether or not to retain Cesc Fabregas against his former team after his two goals at Leicester.
  • Vuelta a Espana: 'Difficult' to beat Nairo Quintana, says Chris Froome

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    Sky's British cyclist Christopher Froome approaches the finish line to win the 19th stage of the 71st edition of "La Vuelta" Tour of Spain , a 39km individual time-trial between Javea and Calpe Friday. At the first intermediate check point, there is already a clear hierarchy between the main favourites. Froome ahead of Contador and Quintana while Chaves was quickly losing time.
  • Dustin Johnson takes 1-shot lead at Tour Championship

    Dustin Johnson takes 1-shot lead at Tour Championship

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    He nabbed the first birdie of the day at the par-four 16th, hitting his approach from 147 yards to 12 feet and draining the putt.After giving a shot back at 17, Johnson saved par from six feet at the last, where Chappell missed a chance to pull level.
  • Love adds Fowler, Kuchar, Holmes with three Ryder Cup wild-card picks

    Love adds Fowler, Kuchar, Holmes with three Ryder Cup wild-card picks

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    Rickie Fowler may have failed to reach the final of the lucrative FedEx Cup playoffs, but the United States golfer has been handed a chance to salvage his season at the Ryder Cup. His only otherRyder Cup appearance was in 2008, the last time the U.S won. Berger won at Memphis and Thomas won the CIMB Classic in Malaysia last fall, but the task force decided not to start counting points until 2016.
  • Moussa Dembele the hero as Celtic put five past Rangers

    Moussa Dembele the hero as Celtic put five past Rangers

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    And has now matured to a new level. That's a lot of lads to come in and gel. Strong, quick and with a keen eye for goal , he is the class of player that Celtic's ambitious appointment of Rodgers has allowed them to acquire. 'At Ibrox next week we won't accept anything other than a victory. We know we have the game to hurt anybody. Asked who came out on top in their duel, he said: "I think the scoreline talks for itself".
  • De Bruyne is second only to Lionel Messi, claims Guardiola

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    The team seems to be getting better with each game as Guardiola's methods take hold and the Spaniard feels there is a long way to go yet. As a result they sit top of the league table and have begun their Champions League campaign with a 4-0 win over Borussia Monchengladbach, leading some to tip them for a quadruple this season.
  • Granderson homers in 11th and 12th, lifts Mets over Twins

    Granderson homers in 11th and 12th, lifts Mets over Twins

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    NY posted ten hits and walked three times with Curtis Granderson slamming a pair of homers including the walk off victor in the 11th. Jacob deGrom returns from a forearm problem to face Minnesota for the first time in his career. Hours before the first pitch, the Mets took another punch to the gut when they learned Jacob deGrom would be lost for the season to an elbow issue .
  • Pipe bomb explodes at Jersey Shore near charity racecourse

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    Authorities said that a blast that went off inside a garbage can inside a New Jersey beach city was likely meant to stop a Marine Corps charity run from taking place. "At this time the area is on lock down while bomb dogs search for additional devices". The MARSOC Foundation is a non-profit organization that raises money to support "active duty and medically retired MARSOC personnel and their families as well as to the families of Marines and Sailors who have lost their lives in service to ...