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There, divisional mainstay Cub Swanson brought his unique brand of violence to his native California. More leg kicks from Swanson and Ortega blocks a few shots from Swanson to the head. Suddenly, however, the momentum shifted as Swanson was caught in a choke! A push kick was there for Ortega. With 45-seconds left, Swanson uncorked a series of left hands before clinching up.
  • Jimbo Fisher makes bold statement during appearance at Texas A&M basketball game

    Jimbo Fisher makes bold statement during appearance at Texas A&M basketball game

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    Fisher went on to call College Station a "wonderful and fantastic place" and spoke about his high expectations as the Aggies' newest head football coach. "We're looking forward to (winning) the SEC and going to a national championship", Fisher added. At least Fisher was a good sport about it. Ohio State claims the record with 100,189 attending the 2016 spring game.
  • Inspiring Army-Navy Prayer, Anthem Upstages Barnburner of a Snowy Rivalry Game

    Inspiring Army-Navy Prayer, Anthem Upstages Barnburner of a Snowy Rivalry Game

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    TRUMP & TILLERSON: A year after attending the game as president-elect, Donald Trump tweeted that he would be watching on TV. It's the first time Army has notched consecutive wins over Navy since 1992-96, and it's the first time Army has captured the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy - which goes to the victor of the three-game Army-Navy-Air Force series - since 1996.
  • Former NBA All-Star's Mother Named As Suspect In Drug Trafficking Case

    Former NBA All-Star's Mother Named As Suspect In Drug Trafficking Case

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    Obviously that news is bittersweet, as Bosh's mother is still a suspect, and you can bet Chris is anxious sick about his mom and her future. The mother of two-time National Basketball Association champion and former Miami Heat center Chris Bosh has been questioned and named suspect by authorities after she, along with a number of people, was found inside the house owned by Bosh Friday morning, per TMZ Sports .
  • Mizzou, Odom agree to two-year extension

    Mizzou, Odom agree to two-year extension

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    The Tigers (7-5), lost five straight games this season before closing out their regular season slate with six straight wins. The Tigers will face the Texas Longhorns in the Academy Sports + Outdoors Texas Bowl on December 27. On Tuesday, offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Josh Heupel accepted the head-coaching job at Central Florida. Walters shared the duties after Odom fired former defensive coordinator Demontie Cross earlier this year.
  • Jermain Defoe equaliser gives Bournemouth draw at Palace

    Jermain Defoe equaliser gives Bournemouth draw at Palace

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    Jermain Defoe's double, the first taking him to 200 career league goals and the second a stunning narrow strike, sandwiched a Luka Milivojevic penalty and Scott Dann's goal in a thrilling first half at Selhurst Park. Despite the pulsating first half against Bournemouth , which featured all four goals, it was all about the final seconds of the game at Selhurst Park on Saturday.
  • Record for Senatla as USA, Canada cause Sevens shocks

    Record for Senatla as USA, Canada cause Sevens shocks

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    Seabelo Senatla scored his 200th try in just his 35th International Sevens tournament. "We knew it was going to be tough pool", Friend said. Sione Molia iced the win which ensured the Kiwis finished second in Pool B behind the United States of America, who also flogged Australia (31-14) on day one.
  • Texas hires new athletic director Chris Del Conte

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    Del Conte has served as director of intercollegiate athletics at Texas Christian University since 2009 and is nationally recognized for developing winning programs, upgrading facilities, improving the fan experience and helping student-athletes excel on and off the field.
  • Watford boss Silva slams 'harsh' Zeegelaar dismissal

    Watford boss Silva slams 'harsh' Zeegelaar dismissal

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    After comes the decision (and) it has a big, big influence. He said: "Normally I don't take my decisions because of this". He is the more debonair of the two men, has continental experience and may yet have a higher ceiling in the game. Silva was visibly annoyed by Probert's decision-making during the game, despite Burnley having further efforts from Chris Wood and Ashley Barnes ruled out for less-than-clear offsides.
  • Bears' Zach Miller Relives Horrific Injury ... 'Save My Leg, Please'

    Bears' Zach Miller Relives Horrific Injury ... 'Save My Leg, Please'

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    In a video posted to YouTube by the Bears, Miller reveals he knew his injury was severe and begged the surgeons in the trauma center to, "Save my leg, please". He gets me through every day. "He's a special kid. He told me he's not going to let it ruin his life". "If he can accept that, you can really get through everything".
  • Leicester City boss Claude Puel respects Newcastle United's 'quality'

    Leicester City boss Claude Puel respects Newcastle United's 'quality'

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    Leicester looked to be cruising to all three points but were hit with a sucker punch on 73 minutes when Gayle levelled the match, the Foxes failing to clear a corner and Gayle's deflected effort wrong-footing Schmeichel. Both teams brought a frantic pace and an entertaining approach in the first half. It was an indication of how tight the bottom half of the Premier League is that results had seen Newcastle drop to within two places of the bottom three before kick-off, but a victory ...
  • Chelsea defender vows to better his Premier League streak in future

    Chelsea defender vows to better his Premier League streak in future

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    The failure to beat the Spanish side means they risk drawing Barcelona or Paris Saint-Germain in the knockout stages of the competition. The defender will have plenty of opportunities for games as the busy festive period looms, starting with a London derby against West Ham in the Premier League early kick-off this Saturday, with a Champions League last 16 tie to worry about in the new year.
  • Fernandez expected to miss Swansea's game against West Brom

    Fernandez expected to miss Swansea's game against West Brom

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    Wilfried Bony's second goal in as many games was enough to secure all three points for the Swans who headed into this one without a win in seven attempts. "It was a really tight game, there was nothing between the two teams really". "But we did what was needed to be done". Just in that final moment, the final pass, the final decision let us down.
  • Duke vs. Boston College

    Duke vs. Boston College

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    In Boston on Saturday, prior to No. 1 Duke's game against Boston College , it snowed. The Blue Devils, meanwhile, drop to 11-1. Boston College (7-3, 1-0 ACC) led by seven points at halftime. But even his 3's were not enough to keep up with Robinson and Bowman. Bagley III had 21 points and 11 rebounds when Duke used a 71-points first-half display to setup its 124-67 rout of St.
  • Rafael Nadal and Garbine Muguruza win ITF player of the year awards

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    While this is the third time that the now-retired Hingis has won the ITF's annual award for women's doubles, it is Chan's first time and she is the first Taiwanese tennis player to do so. Rafael Nadal and Garbine Muguruza have been named as the International Tennis Federation's world champions for 2017, marking the first time in 19 years that the winners of the men's and women's awards have come from the same country.
  • Shubhankar Sharma reaches scoring milestone in Round 3 of Joburg Open

    Shubhankar Sharma reaches scoring milestone in Round 3 of Joburg Open

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    The Indian entered the day a shot behind overnight leader Tapio Pulkkanen but as the Finn slipped to a 73, Sharma made it 37 holes without a bogey to get to 20 under and lead the way from Christofer Blomstrand . 'I don't want to change my strategy, you can't play safe on this course so you need to be aggressive, but not do anything stupid. South African golf's "Rambo" - Christiaan Bezuidenhout - used, like the fictional character played by Sylvester Stallone, his skills in many aspects of ...