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The former Celtic and Scotland striker said of the semi-final: "I really believed that we would win, and I thought we would have won it well". "I don't think anything will prepare you from watching on the television to actually being there", Rodgers said.
  • Arkansas Stuns TCU 41-38 In Double Overtime

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    The teams traded touchdowns in the first overtime, but the Arkansas defense was able to limit the Horned Frogs to three points to open the second extra frame. But given that, Arkansas needed the two-point conversion. On a Kenny Hill pass attempt, senior linebacker Brooks Ellis stepped up for the interception and turned it into a pick-six to make it 13-0 Arkansas with 12 minutes left in the half.
  • Dustin Johnson three clear at BMW Championship

    Dustin Johnson three clear at BMW Championship

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    Johnson was asked about the physics behind it, and he wasn't going there. The top 25 players on the Web.com Tour regular-season money list earned PGA Tour cards. J.B. Holmes shot a 68 and was four shots behind. The American has been hanging around the top of the leaderboard since Friday morning, when he fired a seven-under 65.
  • Formula1 sale to Liberty Media finalized

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    The deal will see Liberty Media pay $1.1 billion in cash and offer 138 million in newly created Liberty Media shares to the owners of Delta Topco. The 100% takeover is dependant on some conditions being met, including approval of the deal by governing body the FIA . Also, Formula One has been hampered by early-morning start times for American fans watching live on Comcast's (NASDAQ:CMCSA) NBC Sports.
  • Denver Broncos justify illegal Cam Newton hits

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    Chris Harris Jr. intercepted Cam Newton two plays later and Anderson took it in from the 1. Newton stayed in and led the Panthers into field goal range, although Graham Gano missed a 50-yard attempt that would have given Carolina the lead with 4 seconds remaining.
  • TV3 owners agree €7.1bn deal to buy F1

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    Liberty Media have confirmed that it has agreed a deal to takeover Formula 1 for 4.4bn USA dollars (£3.3bn). Liberty Media Corp., which is controlled by 75-year-old tycoon John Malone, has ended years of uncertainty about the ownership of the auto racing series with Wednesday's deal.
  • Remembering the Greatness of Allen Iverson

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    Chinese basketball star Yao Ming and his Class of 2016 Hall of Famers were enshrined Thursday with inductee jackets for the upcoming Enshrinement Ceremony here. I've got so much more I want to accomplish with my life. "A great athlete not only has great teammates, but also great opponents", Yao said in his induction speech.
  • Little League World Series Champions welcomed home

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    Harlost's winning run came after teammate Conner Rush produced the NY team's only RBI in the game with a single. Maine-Endwell had trouble hitting Junho Jeong until the bottom of the 4th, when Jude Abbadessa dropped one in centerfield, followed by a Ryan Harlost double.
  • You have to watch this video of Carson Wentz immediately

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    The Browns traded out of the No. 2 pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, in part because they didn't think Carson Wentz " was the right fit ". "Everybody has their opinions". If the Eagles, now under the guidance of former Chiefs OC, Doug Pederson , who coached Jamaal Charles can provide schemes for Matthews that will have him in open space we may see the Matthews the Chargers were hoping for when they drafted him with the 12th pick in 2010.
  • US Open Breakfast - Novak Djokovic, Stan Wawrinka set for trophy tussle

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    I did it step by step by coming back into the top 10, by making first quarter, French, first semifinal". Awaiting him is Serbian superstar Djokovic, who reached his 21st Grand Slam final and seventh at the U.S. 1 player, awesome fighter, fantastic player, but I have enough confidence in myself that when I play my best level I can beat him". But it's the biggest challenge.
  • Four-try Seymour inspires Warriors win, Ospreys top

    Four-try Seymour inspires Warriors win, Ospreys top

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    Carbery added two penalties to his two conversions in the second half for Leinster, but it became the Seymour show. The Scotland wing, already with a brace of tries from last week at Connacht, once again illustrated his superlative finishing skills, turning a ten-point deficit into a lead midway through the second half nearly single handed with a double in just three minutes.