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  • Report: Dak Prescott to start against Browns in Week 9

    The Sports Daily "Dak Prescott will make at least two more starts for the Dallas Cowboys. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, Prescott will start Sunday night’s showdown with the Philadelphia Eagles and the Cowboys’ Week 9 contest with the Cleveland Browns. Dallas will then have to make a decision between..." October 27

  • Report: Raiders hit rough patch in plans to move to Las Vegas

    Today's Pigskin "The inability for the Raiders to workout a stadium deal to stay in Oakland on a long-term basis has caused team owner Mark Davis to search for options in other cities. His No. 1 choice is Las Vegas, Nevada but reports are now indicating that his plans to move to the “Sin City” have also hit a..." October 27

  • LeSean McCoy out of practice again on Thursday

    Pro Football Talk "The Bills kept running back LeSean McCoy in the lineup last weekend despite a hamstring injury that led to several reports that he’d miss the game. McCoy didn’t produce much against the Dolphins and then had to leave the game when the hamstring flared up over the course of the game. McCoy said..." October 27

  • Mike Zimmer denies details of slaughtered stuffed animal story

    Sportress of Blogitude "Mike Zimmer earlier this week was at the center of a story surrounding one of most bizarre motivational tactics ever employed in NFL history. To hear it from the Minnesota Vikings head coach, though, he wasn’t the individual behind it. Details surfaced in the wake of the Vikings’ disappointing..." October 27

  • NFL Interviewed Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott Regarding Domestic Violence Allegations

    NFL Trade Rumors "Tom Pelissero of USA Today reports that NFL investigators recently interviewed Cowboys rookie RB Ezekiel Elliott regarding the domestic violence allegations made against him by his ex-girlfriend. Columbus (Ohio) City Attorney’s Office announced a month ago that they were not going to pursue..." October 27

  • Greg Oden says his basketball career is over

    Indianapolis Star "Emotion overwhelmed Greg Oden as he picked up his identification card at Ohio State University inside the student center, surrounded by giddy 18-year-olds. What happened? He thought to himself. What happened the past 10 years? A decade ago he did the same thing in the same place. Back then,..." October 27

  • 76ers Fan Who Flipped Off Russell Westbrook Attempts to Explain Why He Did It

    Complex "If you missed the Thunder/76ers game on Wednesday night, then you missed two things: The emergence of Joel Embiid, who looks like he could be the real deal for Philadelphia, and the incredible reaction that Russell Westbrook had to a Sixers fan flipping him off with not one, but two middle fingers..." October 27

  • Tristan Thompson challenges Canadians to 'step up and play' for national team

    ESPN "Tristan Thompson's summer started off with an NBA championship in June, but he missed out on a chance to add an Olympic medal when Canada failed to beat France in the FIBA Qualifying Tournament in the Philippines in July. Looking back on the international competition as Thompson and the Cavs..." October 27

  • More Athletes And Sports Figures Are Donating To Hillary Clinton Than Donald Trump

    Uproxx "With less than two weeks remaining for people to end relationships and alienate friends and family over which presidential candidate they support, it’s not a stretch to say that most of us can’t wait for this election to be over. However, people can always be just a little bit angrier if we want..." October 27

  • Manu Ginobili jokes that he gave his right testicle to the Spurs

    CBS Sports "Last season, Manu Ginobili suffered an injury that no man should wish on to another. Accidentally kneed in the groin by Ryan Anderson in February, Ginobili fell to the ground in writhing pain and had to immediately undergo testicular surgery. Ginobili missed close to a month of action due to..." October 27

  • Indians strongly considering starting Carlos Santana in left field sans DH

    Hardball Talk "Indians slugger Carlos Santana hasn’t played in the outfield in a major league game since 2012, but the Indians are strongly considering starting him in left field for Game 3 of the World Series at Wrigley Field on Friday,’s Jordan Bastian reports. As the game is hosted in a National..." October 27

  • Cubs' Kyle Schwarber not medically cleared to play outfield in Game 3

    USA Today "Chicago Cubs slugger Kyle Schwarber was not medically cleared to play the outfield and will be limited to pinch hitting duty for Games 3-5 of the World Series, club president Theo Epstein said Thursday. " October 27

  • Unpredictable Pete Rose is the Charles Barkley of Fox Sports

    Sporting News "Fox Sports has found its own Charles Barkley. He's Pete Rose, baseball's all-time hits leader, who's found a second act as TV analyst for FS1's "MLB on Fox" pregame/postgame show. Like Barkley, the 75-year old Rose is direct, unpredictable and wildly entertaining as he analyzes the 2016..." October 27

  • Median ticket price for Game 3 at Wrigley Field is $3,000

    ESPN "The most costly games in baseball history await Chicago Cubs fans at Wrigley Field this weekend as the World Series returns to the stadium for the first time in 71 years. The median price of a ticket sold on reseller StubHub for Game 3 is $3,000; the median for Game 4 is $3,650 and Game 5 is..." October 27

  • Astros Void Deal With Cuban Prospect Cionel Perez

    MLB Trade Rumors "10:10pm: A medical matter of some kind gummed up the arrangement,’s Keith Law tweets, though the precise issue isn’t known. 7:37pm: The Astros have voided their agreement with top Cuban pitching prospect Cionel Perez, sources tell Eric Longenhagen of Fangraphs (via Twitter). It’s not..." October 27

  • IOC will have to pay for NHL players

    TSN "If the International Olympic Committee wants NHL players at the 2018 Winter Games in Pyeongchang they had best take a look at the people sitting at the table and their negotiating history. When they do, they’ll reach the conclusion they’re going to pay or they won’t have NHL players. There’s no..." October 27

  • James Wisniewski Signs In KHL; Includes NHL Out Clause

    Pro Hockey Rumors "According to Darren Dreger of TSN, free agent defenceman James Wisniewski has signed a deal with the Vladivostok Admirals of the KHL. The deal will include an NHL out clause, meaning the former Blue Jacket could bolt if a spot opened in North America. Wisniewski was a journeyman defender that..." October 27

  • Josh Jooris’ injury just took a hard call away from Rangers

    New York Post "All Alain Vigneault could do was laugh at how the chips have fallen, allowing him and the Rangers brass to avoid being forced to make a difficult roster decision. Following Wednesday night’s 5-2 comeback win over the Bruins at the Garden, Vigneault said forward Josh Jooris suffered a separated..." October 27

  • Craig Anderson leaves Senators for personal matter

    Today's Slapshot "The NHL has already seen a handful of starting goalies go down for their respective clubs with injury – but in the case of Craig Anderson, he’ll leave the team for a different matter. It was confirmed by the Ottawa Senators on Thursday morning that Anderson, who has posted a 4-1-0 record and a..." October 27

  • Wayne Gretzky once turned down $1 million just to reconsider his retirement

    CBS Sports "It has been 18 years since the "Great One" hung up his skates, leaving a void in the NHL that still hasn't been adequately filled. However, when Wayne Gretzky was on the verge of making his retirement official with a public announcement, he was given a pretty massive incentive to hold off just a..." October 27

  • BYU, Utah announce ‘Holy War’ extension through 2022

    College Football Talk "Thankfully, one of the more underrated in-state rivalries isn’t going away anytime soon. BYU and Utah announced Thursday that the schools have reached an agreement on a two-game extension of their series. The Cougars will host the first game of the extension Sept. 11, 2021, in Provo while the..." October 27

  • Auburn lands commitment from junior speedster Shaun Shivers

    Alabama "Shaun Shivers, a three-star all-purpose running back from Hollywood, Fla., announced his commitment to Auburn on Wednesday. Shivers announced his decision on the Tony Sands Show in south Florida. The 5-foot-7, 160-pound Shivers is the No. 6 ranked all-purpose back in the class of 2018 per..." October 27

  • Blue-chip linebacker Will Ignont details his decision to commit to Tennessee

    SEC Country "Will Ignont visited Tennessee for the first time just 12 days ago. It was apparently love at first sight. The 4-star linebacker from Buckhorn High in Alabama committed to the Volunteers over a number of other SEC programs on Wednesday night. “I just got that feeling. I just fell in love..." October 27

  • Florida State Star Derwin James Confirmed Out For Clemson Game

    The Spun "Derwin James injury update: Florida State’s star safety has been out since tearing a meniscus against Charleston Southern. He’s out for Saturday’s pivotal game against Clemson. There was some hope that James, one of the best players on FSU’s athletic defense, would be back in time to face..." October 27

  • Memphis Tigers' Oglesby to police: Shots at car followed altercation

    Memphis Commercial Appeal "Several gunshots were fired at a car belonging to University of Memphis wide receiver Jae'Lon Oglesby on Tuesday night, according to a police report. Oglesby told police that he was sitting in his apartment in the 600 block of Patterson Street at around 10 p.m. Tuesday when he heard several..." October 27

  • German forward Oscar Da Silva commits to Stanford

    Today's U "FanRag Sports’ Jon Rothstein reported on Wednesday that German forward Oscar Da Silva has decided to join the Stanford Cardinal for next season. Da Silva made an official visit to the campus in Palo Alto on October 14 and 15 and ultimately decided to join the Cardinal over rival Cal as well as a..." October 27

  • Maryland coach Mark Turgeon 'proud' of what he's done as he signs four-year extension

    Baltimore Sun "The fact that Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon only had three years remaining on his original eight-year contract didn’t appear to hurt him when he put together his 2016 recruiting class, including the three players he added after last season ended. Still, Turgeon can now go into..." October 27

  • John Calipari on similarity with Rick Pitino's book title: 'Don't care'

    ESPN "Not even the publishing world is safe from the effects of the heated Louisville Cardinals-Kentucky Wildcats rivalry. Kentucky's John Calipari recently said he refused to alter the title of his new book after his publisher, HarperCollins, told him it might generate controversy because it..." October 27

  • Jayson Tatum out two weeks with foot sprain

    Larry Brown Sports "Already down one star freshman with the beginning of the regular season looming, the Duke Blue Devils may now be without another as well. The team announced on Wednesday that top recruit Jayson Tatum will be out for two weeks after suffering a left foot sprain in practice on..." October 26

  • Top-10 prospect Carte'Are Gordon commits to Saint Louis

    ESPN "Carte'Are Gordon, a 6-foot-9, 255-pound power forward who is ranked No. 9 in the ESPN 60 for 2018, committed to Saint Louis on Wednesday. Gordon chose the Billikens over fellow finalists Kansas and Missouri, where he unofficially visited twice this fall. He is the highest-ranked 2018 prospect..." October 26