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Goehrke proposed a bet over Twitter that if the New England Patriots came back she would go on a date with him and Bouchard made good on the wager. It all started when Bouchard fatefully agreed to go on a date with the unknown American, who seized his moment to bet his dating future on the New England Patriots making an unlikely comeback in Super Bowl LI against Atlanta.
  • Lyoto Machida Reveals Why He Called Out Michael Bisping

    Lyoto Machida Reveals Why He Called Out Michael Bisping

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    Machida was the one to land early in the fourth round, with a big knee to the body in addition to some kicks. Machida follows him to the mat and settles into Anders full guard. He's wiping away some of the blood near his eyes here. Anders (10-1) came into the fight with plenty of momentum. No matter what happens, however, Machida isn't here just to participate - something many fans wondered about during his recent streak of brutal knockout losses.
  • Boxing Could Incredibly Risk Being Removed From The Olympics

    Boxing Could Incredibly Risk Being Removed From The Olympics

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    The executive board also said it "welcomed" a fund created by the United States Olympic Committee for victim counseling and treatment, and suggested global organizations "make use of the IOC toolkit on safeguarding athletes from harassment and abuse in sport".
  • Knicks let late lead slip as Hawks snatch victory at MSG

    Knicks let late lead slip as Hawks snatch victory at MSG

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    NY led 89-86 and Tim Hardaway Jr . connected on a potential And-1 opportunity but the bucket was waved off. He contributed with thirty-one points, two assists, eight rebounds, three steals and five threes with 2 turnovers in 30 minutes. The home team has won both games this season, with each winning team getting balanced scoring. Hawks: Atlanta has nine players on the 17-man roster with one year or less of National Basketball Association experience.
  • Six Nations: France under investigation over HIA controversy

    Six Nations: France under investigation over HIA controversy

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    Despite Irish failing to score a try, a win is a win and this success will pour confidence into the Irish as they bid to claim a first Six Nations title since 2015. "When he struck the drop goal I was just willing it to have enough distance to get over". Yet, an exuberant French side kept themselves in contention, and Teddy Thomas' 72nd-minute try edged them in front with the finishing line in sight.
  • I'll only get better for Arsenal, warns Aubameyang

    I'll only get better for Arsenal, warns Aubameyang

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    Arsenal new signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang had a hand in 172 goals in 213 matches in all competitions for Dortmund (141 goals, 31 assists), averaging a goal or assist every 96 minutes. The four-goal margin was restored before the game was out, though, and it was a big moment for Ramsey as he tucked the ball past Pickford from his final touch of the evening - Mkhitaryan again claiming the assist on an evening when it all went right for Arsenal .
  • Davis Cup 2018: Great Britain beaten by Spain despite Cameron Norrie effort

    Davis Cup 2018: Great Britain beaten by Spain despite Cameron Norrie effort

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    Both sides are missing their big names with Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal both injured and even Kyle Edmund has pulled out. "I can't speak highly enough of what Cam has done all weekend", he said. He pushed him really close and I'm really proud of him. Norrie, ranked 114 in the world, put in another courageous performance but went on to lose 7-6 (7-4) 2-6 7-6 (7-4) 6-2 in three hours and 43 minutes in Marbella.
  • This year's Super Bowl is expected to be the coldest ever

    This year's Super Bowl is expected to be the coldest ever

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    Only 5 percent of those who watch the game do it alone. Tell us in the comment section! "What people don't want you to do at that point is editorialize, and we don't plan to do that". But many economists believe the financial impact on the area is overstated, claiming much of the revenue generated, such as inflated hotel prices, simply flows out of the state.
  • Vets club to skip Super Bowl over anthem protests

    Vets club to skip Super Bowl over anthem protests

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    On the eve of the Super Bowl , Republicans around the country have been eager to imitate him, even if the players have made it clear that their protests are about racial and social injustice , not the troops. When a simple ad from American Veterans association with the phrase, '#PleaseStand' is too controversial for the National Football League, they have become too controversial for me.
  • Super Bowl LII: Doug Pederson confident after Eagles' final practice

    Super Bowl LII: Doug Pederson confident after Eagles' final practice

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    Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson is the very definition of a journeyman when the subject is his professional playing career. Doug Pederson wasn't happy with how the Philadelphia Eagles practiced on Wednesday. "But we've got to worry about winning the game, first". I think it started sometime last week. His former coach, Andy Reid , gave Pederson a shot with the Eagles in 2009, and Reid brought Pederson to Kansas City four years later to serve as the Chiefs' offensive ...
  • Bad 4th quarter dooms Sixers this time around

    Bad 4th quarter dooms Sixers this time around

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    He had 10 points, 11 rebounds, 6 assists, and went a second straight game without commiting a turnover. Then they mocked him for playing only 31 games last season due to a knee injury. Knocking off Miami by six points Friday, the Sixers contained the Heat for 97 points, and 39.1 percent shooting. IN did a spectacular job Saturday night keeping Philadelphia from scoring the ball and held them to 35 points in the second half, which is a season best.
  • Aubameyang and Mkhitaryan start for Arsenal v Everton

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    It was an emphatic response from Arsenal to losing at Swansea 3-1 a day before Aubameyang joined from Borussia Dortmund for $110 million. And the Gabon striker, who shook off an illness to start at the Emirates Stadium, needed only 37 minutes to showcase the predatory instincts that made him such a hit in the Bundesliga.
  • Ryan Shazier regains movement in legs, making 'incredible progress'

    Ryan Shazier regains movement in legs, making 'incredible progress'

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    According to Schefter, the next three to six months of Shazier's recovery will indicate just how much function he will regain. Shazier was discharged from the UPMC Rehabilitation Institute at UPMC Mercy last Thursday, nearly two months after he underwent spine stabilization surgery for an injury he sustained during the Steelers' game against the Cincinnati Bengals .
  • Father of 3 sex abuse victims lunges at United States doc

    Father of 3 sex abuse victims lunges at United States doc

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    Margraves then lunged at, who was sitting nearby. When the judge said she couldn't do that, the man tried to bargain. "Give me one minute with that bastard". The judge halted the proceedings until order could be restored in the courtroom. "The guilt they have will never go away. All this is because of you".
  • Dietmar Hamann sends warning to Tottenham about 'settled' Liverpool FC

    Dietmar Hamann sends warning to Tottenham about 'settled' Liverpool FC

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    Liverpool went 18 games unbeaten off the back of that and despite back-to-back defeats at the end of January, they will hope to prove those losses were only minor setbacks with a statement triumph over their rivals. He could feature for the first time since Boxing Day here. Spurs have not done the league double over their Merseyside opponents since the 2010-11 campaign.
  • USA hunter knocked unconscious by Canada goose

    USA hunter knocked unconscious by Canada goose

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    When Meilhammer came to, he was coherent but "hazy", according to the Maryland Natural Resources Police . A hunting party fired at a flock of geese flying overhead and one of the birds was shot from the sky. "It's a really unusual, freaky accident", said Thompson, who estimated that the bird who hit Meilhammer was the size of a "small turkey" one might cook at Thanksgiving.
  • Philly uses waterproof hydraulic fluid to stop Eagles fans from climbing poles

    Philly uses waterproof hydraulic fluid to stop Eagles fans from climbing poles

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    During a press conference last week talking about Super Bowl security, Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross hinted they would be cooking up a different recipe to grease the poles. For whatever reason, it's a common hazard that fans attempt to climb light poles when celebrating team wins. Fans climb on street poles outside Wrigley Field as the Chicago Cubs take on the Cleveland Indians at Progressive Field for Game 7 of the World Series, Wednesday night, November 2, 2016.
  • No. 21 Kentucky falls flat at Missouri

    No. 21 Kentucky falls flat at Missouri

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    However, Saturday proved that, while it may be shorthanded and flawed, Missouri is capable of winning each of the remaining games on its schedule without a miraculous individual performance (or the return of a certain 5-star recruit) as long as it brings intensity on the defensive end and each player who sees the floor is able to play his role, however small.