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Respect is deep between Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers ahead of 2nd meeting

Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers are universally regarded as two of the best quarterbacks of their generation. Yet when the Patriots host the Packers on Sunday night, it will mark just the second time that the future Hall of Famers have squared off as starting quarterbacks. Read More

Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic reach Paris Masters quarters

Roger Federer’s bid for a 100th career title remains on as he beat Fabio Fognini to reach the Paris Masters quarterfinals. If he wins that, against Kei Nishikori, he could face Novak Djokovic in the semifinals. Read More
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Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa faces tough test against LSU’s mighty secondary

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This Saturday’s game might just present Tagovailoa’s first chance to play an entire game since high school at Saint Louis in Honolulu. Read More
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Maryland fires coach DJ Durkin day after reinstatement

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Maryland President Wallace Loh fired Durkin after conferring with the leadership of the Student Government Association, the Senate Executive Committee, deans, department chairs and campus leadership. Read More
 

Inside the Big 12 replay center, where all games under review

This is the second season of the Big 12’s centralized replay system, and during a recent midweek game, The Associated Press was one of three media outlets allowed in the 1,000-square-foot room filled with monitors and nearly two miles of wiring and cables to see how the operation works. Read More

Giants Hall of Famer Willie McCovey dies at 80

Willie McCovey, the sweet-swinging Hall of Famer nicknamed “Stretch” for his 6-foot-4 height and those long arms, died today. He was 80. Read More
 

Boston throws a party for World Series-winning Red Sox

Confetti cannons boomed and huge crowds of fans accustomed to the success of their beloved sports franchises cheered wildly as duck boats ferried the Boston Red Sox on a parade through the city marking the team’s fourth World Series championship in the past 15 years. Read More

Cleveland to host 2022 NBA All-Star Game

Cleveland said goodbye to its biggest NBA All-Star this summer. In four years, the city will host all of them. Read More

Board recommends DJ Durkin to return as Maryland football coach

DJ Durkin is poised to return as head of a splintered Maryland football program, coming back to the sideline following multiple investigations involving the death of a player and bullying by the coaching staff. Read More

Americans dominate at world gymnastics championships

The U.S. put up a total of 171.629 to win its fourth straight world title and secure a spot at the 2020 Olympics. Silver medalist Russia and bronze medalist China also locked up Olympic berths. Read More

Eagles trade 3rd-round pick to Lions for Golden Tate

Golden Tate is bringing his show to Philadelphia. The Eagles acquired the 30-year-old wide receiver nicknamed “Showtime” from the Detroit Lions for a 2019 third-round draft pick. Read More
 

Kauai’s Kirby Yates named to MLB All-Star roster

Kauai’s Kirby Yates has been named to the roster for the Major League Baseball All-Star team that will play in Japan next month. Read More

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