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Who has the best facilities in college football?

(Photo: LSU Athletic Communications) Five teams tied for eighth place: Oklahoma, Texas, Penn State, Texas A&M and LSU all got three votes. The updated Barry Switzer Center in Oklahoma is one of the most futuristic pads in the country. There’s the Red Room – meeting room with “Boomer” and “Sooner” …

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With Harden Back, the Nets’ big three are available against the Bulls | Sports News

CHICAGO (AP) — The Brooklyn Nets will have all three superstars available for only the second time this season when they meet the Eastern Conference-leading Chicago Bulls on Wednesday night. James Harden was ready after missing a game with a hyperextended left knee. So did Kyrie Irving after a sprained …

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All Girls ‘A’ Quarterfinals: Menifee Finds a Bargain | Sports

OLIVE HILL The first shots of Menifee County on Monday night were like a godsend that kept Paul Ricker from having to dig into his piggy bank. “We took shots early and it wasn’t us,” the Wildcats coach said calmly. “We have the ability to shoot, but we usually don’t …

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UNC, Duke, NC State basketball, Hurricanes all in action

Carolina Hurricanes Nino Niederreiter, left, celebrates his goal against Elvis Merzlikins of the Columbus Blue Jackets in the third period of an NHL hockey game on Saturday, Jan. 1, 2022, in Columbus, Ohio. (AP Photo / Jay LaPrète) Jay LaPrêt PA Next week should start to see some semblance of …

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College basketball mailbag: Coaching hot Seats, All Stars

welcome to Sports Illustrated college hoops weekly mailbag with Kevin Sweeney. Here, Kevin will respond to questions submitted via Twitter and email on a variety of topics in the sport. Do you have a question that you would like to answer in a future mailbag? Send it to @CBB_Central on …

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Aaron Rodgers won’t get MVP vote from voter who thinks Packers QB is “the league’s biggest jerk”

As the 2021 regular season heads into the playoffs, the usual dialogue about who deserves the annual NFL MVP honor is officially on. There are several worthy opponents, from conversational newcomers like running back Jonathan Taylor and wide receiver Cooper Kupp, to the usual suspects of Tom Brady and reigning …

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University of Maryland to require proof of vaccination or negative COVID test to attend indoor sporting events – CBS Baltimore

COLLEGE PARK, Maryland (WJZ) – With the Omicron variant leading to a sharp increase in COVID-19 cases, the University of Maryland will require fans to provide proof of vaccination or a negative test result to attend all indoor sporting events, including men’s and women’s basketball games, the sports department said …

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Lorenzo Burns and Jeff Cotton Jr. set to play their first NFL game with the Jaguars

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail Lorenzo Burns (left) and Jeff Cotton Jr. were activated from the Jacksonville Jaguars practice squad on Saturday and are scheduled to play against the New England Patriots on Sunday Jeff Cotton Jr., once an outstanding receiver at Mountain View High School and …

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Desmond Ridder’s decision to return pays off

Almost a year ago, Desmond Ridder and his family spent three and a half hours in the office of Cincinnati head coach Luke Fickell with an impending decision that had the potential to reshape the Bearcat program and the sport. After Cincinnati Peach Bowl loss to Georgia, Ridder needed to …

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Canadian sports legend Lionel (Big Train) Conacher could do it all

Born May 24, 1900 in a working-class neighborhood of Toronto, Conacher was the third of 10 children. Conacher mastered all the sports he tried. As a teenager, he played in 14 different teams and won 11 championships, according to Richard Brignall’s Big Train: The Legendary Ironman of Sport, Lionel Conacher. …

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