BASEBALL

Jack White Plays in Alabama Celebrity Baseball Game – RollingStone.com »

Baseball enthusiast Jack White took part in a celebrity baseball game at the University of North Alabama in Florence, Alabama, leading his Third Man Records team against the Texas Playboys,…

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FOOTBALL

University of Miami football dismisses two of its best players – Miami Herald »

One week from the season opener, the University of Miami has dismissed arguably its two best defensive football players from…

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How college football defenses are gaining on offenses – USA TODAY »

Alabama coach Nick Saban is shown here talking to the defense, including preseason All-American Eddie Jackson.(Photo: Mark J. Rebilas, USA…

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2 WMU football players in custody, allegedly held up a woman – WWMT-TV »

2 WMU football players in custody, allegedly held up a woman – WWMT-TV…

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American Football player Kaepernick refuses to stand for anthem – BBC News »

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Kaepernick made the protest during an exhibition game (file picture) A US National Football League…

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BOXING

‘Hands of Stone’ not the greatest boxing movie, but entertaining enough to enjoy in the theater – USA TODAY »

  Robert De Niro won a best actor Oscar for his portrayal of former boxing champion Jake LaMotta in The Raging Bull more than 36 years ago. Whether De Niro wins one for best supporting actor as famed boxing trainer Ray Arcel in Hands of Stone, which…

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New York won’t see boxing until 2017 if this plea isn’t answered – New York Post »

Local promoters are putting together a formal response to the new laws governing mixed martial arts and boxing in state laws they insist will negatively impact the amount of boxing shows held in New York. Saturday is the deadline for the general public to post…

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‘Hands of Stone’ not the greatest boxing movie, but entertaining enough to enjoy in the theater – USA TODAY »

  Robert De Niro won a best actor Oscar for his portrayal of former boxing champion Jake LaMotta in The Raging Bull more than 36 years ago. Whether De Niro wins one for best supporting actor as famed boxing trainer Ray Arcel in Hands of Stone, which…

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New York won’t see boxing until 2017 if this plea isn’t answered – New York Post »

Local promoters are putting together a formal response to the new laws governing mixed martial arts and boxing in state laws they insist will negatively impact the amount of boxing shows held in New York. Saturday is the deadline for the general public to post…

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I take responsibility for Rio boxing campaign: Sandhu – The Hindu »

Chairperson of Reliance foundation Neeta Ambani and actor Ranbir Kapoor at the launch of Reliance foundation youth sports programme, in Mumbai on Saturday.

He is ready to take “moral responsibility” for India’s medal-less boxing campaign in Rio Olympics but national coach Gurbax Singh Sandhu says the four-year-long administrative logjam cannot escape blame for all that has gone wrong with the once flourishing sport. “I am personally hurt and…

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New York won’t see boxing until 2017 if this plea isn’t answered – New York Post »

Local promoters are putting together a formal response to the new laws governing mixed martial arts and boxing in state laws they insist will negatively impact the amount of boxing shows held in New York. Saturday is the deadline for the general public to post…

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CRICKET

Lauderhill prepares for cricket’s big boys – ESPNcricinfo.com »

Local Indian fans don’t seem to mind the high ticket prices for the two T20Is in Lauderhill © Peter Della Penna …

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Pakistan’s Road Warriors Are on Top of the Cricket World – New York Times »

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Cricket-flinging woman sends D train riders into chaos – New York Daily News »

A wacky woman released a cloud of crickets and urinated on herself in a subway train on the Manhattan Bridge, sending horrified straphangers into…

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Tillakaratne Dilshan: Sri Lanka batsman to retire from international cricket – BBC News »

Dilshan has scored 39 international centuries Sri Lanka batsman Tillakaratne Dilshan, who pioneered the “Dilscoop” flick over the wicketkeeper’s head, has announced his international retirement.…

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BASKETBALL

Graham ‘flying’ in warmups due to basketball training – NFL.com

If you didn’t know any better Thursday night, you might have thought the Seahawks‘ offense was operating in midseason form. Russell Wilson looked evasive as ever; Doug Baldwin and Tyler Lockett were finding space in Dallas’…

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GOLF Golf’s Lofty Ambition: Rules That Make Sense – Wall Street Journal

Golf’s Lofty Ambition: Rules That Make Sense – Wall Street Journal

On the second day of last month’s PGA Championship, Jordan Spieth found himself in a situation only a jurist could enjoy. After his tee shot landed in a puddle on a cart path, he spent nearly…

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HOCKEY Robber disguises himself as hockey goalie to steal beer in Canada – Washington Post

Robber disguises himself as hockey goalie to steal beer in Canada – Washington Post

How popular is hockey in Canada? So popular, it seems, that if you’re planning to break into a convenience store to steal beer, you disguise yourself as a goalie. Besides the skates, however, there’s just one piece…

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NFL

Tony Romo breaks bone in back, out until mid-season – NFL.com

Disaster has struck in Dallas. Cowboys coach Jason Garrett announced Saturday that starting quarterback Tony Romo underwent an MRI on Friday that revealed a broken bone in his back, per David Helman of the team’s official…

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RACING Saratoga Defies Negative Trends Hitting Horse Racing World – Wall Street Journal

Saratoga Defies Negative Trends Hitting Horse Racing World – Wall Street Journal

Of the 237 days when thoroughbred horses compete on the New York Racing Association’s calendar, the 40 days at Saratoga Race Course are among its best attended and most wagered on. Saturday brings the pinnacle, with…

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TENNIS An Electronic Set of Eyes to Feed Data to Tennis Players and Coaches – New York Times

An Electronic Set of Eyes to Feed Data to Tennis Players and Coaches – New York Times

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VOLLEYBALL Badgers volleyball: Season-opening trip to Hawaii serves up fun … – Madison.com

Badgers volleyball: Season-opening trip to Hawaii serves up fun … – Madison.com

Whenever Dennis Punzel | Wisconsin State Journal posts new content, you’ll get an email delivered to your inbox with a link. Email notifications are only sent once a day, and only if there are new matching…

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CYCLING Cycling Matches the Pace and Pitches of Tech – New York Times

Cycling Matches the Pace and Pitches of Tech – New York Times

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