• Charlie Strong 'knew all along' about his quarterback duo at Texas

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    Irish senior quarterback Malik Zaire drop back to throw in Notre Dame's 50-47 loss to Texas on Sunday. "Clearly, we've got to coach better". "We've got to play better, and we'll continue to do that". Fires, they start early and they get bigger and grow. Labor Day was different as the players walked in less than 13 hours after Sunday night's physical game ended.
  • Pescara-Inter 'sold out' già dopo poche ore

    Pescara-Inter 'sold out' già dopo poche ore

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    I biglietti , in vendita da questa mattina alle ore 10 (circa 12mila), sono stati polverizzati in un paio d'ore . Sommati agli 8.300 abbonati faranno registrare il sold out con tutti i 20.476 posti dello stadio occupati. Richieste di biglietti - sottolinea ancora l'Ansa regionale - sono arrivate da tutto l'Abruzzo , ma anche da Lazio , Marche , Molise e Puglia e in molti sono rimasti a mani vuote .
  • Mancini, risposta tagliente a Gullit

    Mancini, risposta tagliente a Gullit

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    L'intervista continua, Gullitt parla del gioco che manca all'Inter: " Una volta che ha ottenuto entrambe, deve comunque provare a far giocare bene la squadra, in questo momento sono troppo individualisti. " De Boer deve adattarsi , ma impara velocemente". Nel calcio è difficile accettare, quando si è stati grandi, di non riuscire a fare altro. Ruud Gullit e Roberto Mancini , due amici e compagni di squadra ai tempi della Sampdoria , nonchè due grandissimi ex calciatori che hanno ...
  • Here's The Most Impressive Statistic From Ohio State's Win Over Bowling Green

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    The Buckeyes needed a pick-six from linebacker Darron Lee to bail out its struggling offense and squeak by MAC power Northern Illinois 20-13 in what was meant to be a tune-up game early last season. None of the other receivers are proven, although everyone in the program is raving about the potential of wide receiver Noah Brown , who was set to be a starter a year ago before breaking a leg in training camp.
  • Challenging early foes for Djokovic, Williams

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    The 28-year-old German, who won her first grand-slam title in Melbourne at the start of the year, lacked belief in the early part of her career. The 34-year-old United States superstar matched Steffi Graf's Open Era record of 22 Grand Slam singles titles with her triumph at Wimbledon in July.
  • Del Potro back in the spotlight following the big win against Ferrer

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    During player introductions before the night's final match on Arthur Ashe Stadium, the American received polite applause, the Argentine hearty cheers. Players were on court for just over two hours before the skies opened up again. That would be none other than Andy Murray, who won a four-set thriller in the gold-medal match.
  • Minerva FC beat DSK Shivajians in Durand Cup

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    Minerva FC equalised through Lago Bei (79th minute), before Manandeep Singh (90th minute) won it for the Chandigarh-based team. The result helped DSK Shivajians finish their five-match Group A engagements with 10 points and guaranteed them top spot in the group.
  • Fans react to Bridgewater's season-ending injury

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    Bridgewater tore his ACL and displaced his knee, while structural damage was caused. And it's why, as soon as the quarterback was alert in the hospital and ready for visitors, he was flanked by a group of Vikings veterans that included Adrian Peterson, Terence Newman, Brian Robison, Everson Griffen and Kyle Rudolph.