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ESPN and ABC announced the dates and times for a loaded Week 1 in college football, and that starts with Alabama and Florida State in primetime (read more)


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2017 Fantasy Football Rankings: Running back

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Our 2017 fantasy football rankings continue with running backs. You know the top options, but what about potential sleepers, busts, and RB handcuffs you'll need to add to your draft cheat sheets?. (read more)

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Shea Patterson will be one of the most exciting players in college football in 2017. Will that be enough to get Ole Miss through its bowl ban?. (read more)

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NASCAR will return to its roots Wednesday on the dirt track of Tony Stewart’s Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio (read more)

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The Xfinity Series will join the Monster Energy Cup Series this weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway (read more)

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The Cardinals are doing all they can to get back to their dominance of 2015, and bringing back Chris Johnson may be a way to do it (read more)

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Making the call to play at the Scottish Open heading into The Open paid Day 1 dividends for Matt Kuchar (read more)

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Simpson's parole hearing is scheduled for this week, and he thinks it's going to go in his favor (read more)

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The Florida Gators will be without starting cornerback Marcell Harris for the entire 2017 college football season after he suffered a torn Achilles tendon.Head coach Jim McElwain broke the difficult news in a released statement, shared by Kevin McGuire of College Football Talk. (read more)

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Kendal Briles has been named in a Baylor lawsuit for allegedly saying white women "love football players.". (read more)

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Paris Saint-Germain are said to be considering paying the buy-out fee in the Brazilian's contract, but how much exactly would he cost? (read more)

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EAST LAKE — Mike Siebel bikes the Pinellas Trail four days a week and loops up and down the Suncoast Trail at least a couple times every year. A 68-year-old cycling diehard, he was so eager for the opening of the 5-mile segment extending the Pinellas Trail to the Pasco border that he would often drive across Keystone Road, where the trail …. (read more)

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Colleen Campbell, 28, will enter a pretrial diversion program, with anger-management counseling and continuing mental-health treatment (read more)

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The third baseman struggled with weight issues and injuries during his time in Boston (read more)

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The next time President Trump shakes the hand of Emmanuel Macron, he may never let go (read more)

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The Clippers announced Wednesday they had signed the five-time All-Star to a new contract (read more)

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PARIS (AP) - Two of the world's most notorious "darknet" marketplaces have been knocked out in a one-two punch that officials say yielded a trove of new intelligence about drugs and weapons merchants that operate from hidden corners of the internet (read more)

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It’s no secret that investors have been moving into ETFs en masse lately. However, they haven’t been moving into very many ETFs. (read more)

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Rodgers was quick to defend the Packers coach after his former receiver blasted him last week (read more)

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“She’s a terrific woman, but doesn’t speak English,” Trump told the New York Times (read more)

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Pete Antonacci, who last week made headlines when he advised scientists to stay in their lane rather than criticize his water agency's work on Everglades restoration, is getting a new job. . (read more)

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Nassau lawmakers and Jewish community leaders on Thursday called on the operator of the Nassau Coliseum to cancel Rogers Waters concerts scheduled for September because of the former Pink Floyd bassist's support for a movement to boycott Israeli goods and services (read more)

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Netanyahu also made a rare public admission that Israel has struck Iranian arms convoys in Syria bound for Hezbollah "dozens and dozens of times.". (read more)

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A Florida House representative continues to find lapses in how the state's corrections system is treating inmates. This time, despite assurances to the contrary, he finds continued shortages in toilet paper, toothpaste and soap. (read more)

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