• Natrez Patrick arrested again according to jail report

    Natrez Patrick arrested again according to jail report

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    When reached by phone, an operator at the Barrow County Sheriff's office directed USA TODAY Sports to its public relations office, which is closed Sunday. However, now it has been revealed that Patrick, who was arrested for a misdemeanor marijuana charge, was the passenger in teammate Jayson Stanley's auto.
  • Jets' Darron Lee a surprise inactive vs. Chiefs; Darrelle Revis a captain

    Jets' Darron Lee a surprise inactive vs. Chiefs; Darrelle Revis a captain

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    It's worth wondering if Lee's benching is a disciplinary issue, and head coach Todd Bowles will certainly be asked about it after the game. The Chiefs signed Revis to a two-year deal last week. The Jets have lost five of the team's last six games and enter Sunday's action with a record of 4-7. In a somewhat interesting twist, it will come against his former New York Jets team.
  • Georgia matches well vs. Oklahoma; Alabama gives SEC two in playoffs

    Georgia matches well vs. Oklahoma; Alabama gives SEC two in playoffs

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    Clemson and Alabama are expected to meet in the Sugar Bowl, while Oklahoma and Georgia are expected to vie in the Rose Bowl, with each of those matchups scheduled for New Year's Day. This will be Oklahoma's second appearance in the CFP, making its first appearance in 2015 when it lost to Clemson in the first round. The Bulldogs finished off a national championship season in 1942 by beating UCLA 9-0.
  • Mufg Americas Holdings Corp Holds Position in Lilly Eli & Co (LLY)

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    The rating was maintained by SunTrust with "Buy" on Friday, October 27. The firm has "Buy" rating by UBS given on Friday, August 4. The company was maintained on Thursday, August 24 by Jefferies. Its down 0.08, from 0.98 in 2017Q1. It dived, as 61 investors sold LLY shares while 400 reduced holdings. The company reported $1.05 earnings per share for the quarter, beating the consensus estimate of $1.03 by $0.02.
  • Partial implosion of former Detroit Lions stadium fails

    Partial implosion of former Detroit Lions stadium fails

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    City officials told FOX 2 they aren't sure if they will try again on Sunday to set off the remaining charges. The same spokesperson later said that the cutting blasts did not go off. Crews placed explosives in steel beams, which did break off. The 82,000-seat stadium opened in 1975 at a cost of $55.7 million to taxpayers in Pontiac, a suburb of Detroit.
  • Egypt boss Cuper claims Real Madrid interested in Salah

    Egypt boss Cuper claims Real Madrid interested in Salah

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    Real Madrid is interested in signing Mo Salah according to Egypt national team boss Hector Cuper . That is some return for someone who wasn't given the chance at Chelsea a few years back. A slow Milner hasn't helped with setting the tempo, so individually and collectively, there have been glitches in the unit. He preached patience to his fellow countryman and urged him not to rush into any decisions.
  • Gattuso's AC Milan debut ends in nightmarish fashion

    Gattuso's AC Milan debut ends in nightmarish fashion

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    Giacomo Bonaventura put Milan ahead after 38 mintes, only for rock-bottom Benevento to level through George Puscas after 50 minutes. Gattusso started with a 3-4-3 set-up that saw Bonaventura and Suso playing off Kalinic in attack, with Andre Silva surprisingly consigned to the substitutes' bench.
  • Silva extends contract with Manchester City

    Silva extends contract with Manchester City

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    It is brilliant to watch, and that is down to Pep. The match at home against Southampton was a good example of this as Raheem Sterling scored a 95th-minute victor against the Saints at the Etihad Stadium . " But there is still that one caveat that Mourinho knows how to win, and he has been here before ". This was City's club-record 12th successive league victory, demonstrating again that even on nights when their football does not catch the breath, they have the steel, nous and spirit ...
  • France find out World Cup fate

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    The collective is strong, but they will have to rely on the Tottenham playmaker for most of their creativity. One football writer tweeted: "So Socceroos draw 9th, 11th and 12th ranked teams in world". Coach - Argentine Ricardo Gareca has led Peru from 2015 and is the mastermind behind their reaching the World Cup. Road to Russia - Peru were made to navigate arguably the toughest qualification sector there is.
  • Cotto's farewell bout ends with loss

    Cotto's farewell bout ends with loss

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    He went on to win six world titles - most recently a vacant 154-pound belt on August 26 against Yoshihiro Kamegai that Cotto was defending for the first time on Saturday - in four weight divisions: junior welterweight, welterweight, junior middleweight and middleweight.
  • Stokes struggles with bat and ball in Canterbury debut

    Stokes struggles with bat and ball in Canterbury debut

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    Ben Stokes's long awaited comeback was over after just seven balls as he was bowled for two on his Canterbury debut in Christchurch on Saturday night. The cricketer will be gagged throughout his stint with Canterbury, after a request from his legal team. Stokes - suspended by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) when footage of the incident emerged - was released without charge having been detained following an alleged fight with two men outside of a bar, while police refereed his ...
  • Twitter Reacts to Francis Ngannou's First Round KO over Alistair Overeem

    Twitter Reacts to Francis Ngannou's First Round KO over Alistair Overeem

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    A brutal one-punch knockout extended Ngannou's (11-1 MMA, 6-0 UFC) winning streak and likely dashed the title hopes of Overeem (43-16 MMA, 8-5 UFC), all in slightly under two minutes of cage time. It is unlikely Alistair Overeem is back up and steady on his feet yet after the terrifying uppercut he copped right on the button. The round begins with Overeem immediately swinging at Ngannou, Ngannou grabs Overeem and he holds him against the cage wall.
  • Short-handed Denver Nuggets pull away late from Los Angeles Lakers

    Short-handed Denver Nuggets pull away late from Los Angeles Lakers

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    Kyle Kuzma will have an easier time being productive in the paint. The Lakers will try to avoid a fourth consecutive setback when they visit the Denver Nuggets on Saturday. With 8:41 left in the third Harris drove into the lane and started to go up for a layup. Paul Millsap (Out - Wrist): Millsap had successful surgery on Sunday (Nov.
  • Epsiode 6 of UFC 218 Embedded Now Online

    Epsiode 6 of UFC 218 Embedded Now Online

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    Once UFC 218 has reached its conclusion, you check out the post-fight press conference. After the fight was over, Holloway had the whole crowd hopping with his catchphrase before he praising Aldo for his service to the sport. He began engaging with Aldo, with his strikes and his words. A spinning back kick to the body found the mark for Holloway. Aldo attempted to shoot a takedown out of desperation, but Holloway forced him to his back, and quickly moved to side control, Aldo face down.
  • Arsenal 1-3 Manchester United: 5 Talking Points

    Arsenal 1-3 Manchester United: 5 Talking Points

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    But less than five minutes into the second period, Arsenal had the goal their pressure deserved, Lacazette lashing in after Sanchez and Ramsey had opened up the United defence. "We showed good motivation and good intensity". "It was physical and technical so I always loved it". "I congratulate Arsenal's medical department for taking a player that was a "no" to a full 90 minutes", Mourinho said.
  • Ligue 1 round-up: Paris Saint-Germain suffer first defeat against Strasbourg

    Ligue 1 round-up: Paris Saint-Germain suffer first defeat against Strasbourg

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    Strasbourg , just above the relegation zone, inflicted on the super-rich Qatari-backed team its first loss in 22 matches in all competitions. "They fought like lions out there. PSG retained the upper hand after the interval but couldn't finish chances. In the 65th minute, Stephane cut into the box and finished giving Strasbourg lead after receiving Da Costa's pass.
  • American Mikaela Shiffrin earns first World Cup downhill victory in Lake Louise

    American Mikaela Shiffrin earns first World Cup downhill victory in Lake Louise

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    The race was delayed for an hour and 15 minutes after a power outage but it did not disturb the concentration of the reigning Olympic and world slalom champion, who is in fine form ahead of the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang in February. Hutter, 25, clocked 1min 48.53sec to pip Liechtenstein's Tina Weirather in second and USA star Mikaela Shiffrin in third. A second downhill is scheduled for Saturday, followed by a super-G on Sunday.