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  • Vardy pays critics no mind after City hat-trick

    Leicester began the game just two points outside the relegation zone following a hard domestic season. But Guardiola remained defiant over his philosophy despite City's wobbles continuing. Despite an impressive trophy haul during his time in Spain's La Liga and the German Bundesliga, many will feel vindicated in their view that Guardiola is struggling in the more competitive English Premier League, and without the calibre of player he had available to him, particularly at the Nou Camp.

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  • Wildlife group: Giraffes in process of 'silent extinction'

    On Thursday, 2016 got even sh*ttier after theIUCN Red List of Threatened Species released a report citing giraffes as "vulnerable to extinction". The animals had previously been listed as "of least concern", but the IUCN skipped over the category of "near threatened" to elevate the giraffe to a status shared by the cheetah, dugong and giant panda.

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  • Green Party sues for Pennsylvania vote recount

    In the statement , Abady said barriers to a recount in Pennsylvania are pervasive and the state court system is ill-equipped to address the problem. Elections officials in the three states, all narrowly won by Trump, have expressed confidence in their results. Both Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette and Trump have sued in state court to stop the recount , and a hearing on their suits is scheduled for 4 p.m.

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  • Schwartz gets 2nd goal in OT, Blues beat Canadiens 3-2

    Louis. Paul Stastny also scored for St. Louis, which has won four of five. It's been bad. The Blues are 1-6 in their past seven road games and have been outscored 28-13, including a 5-0 loss to the Rangers the last time they were in NY. The Blues improved to 3-5-1 when trailing after two periods. We'll see where our energy is. "It goes a long way, But at the same time, when you lose a hockey game you're just as upset whether you score or you don't, and vice versa".

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  • Dana White Confirms Conor McGregor Will Have Role On 'Game Of Thrones'

    It'll be great. The show is huge - it's awesome. In the books, the ship is manned by crew of pirates - all of whom have had their tongues cut out in the attempt to avoid rebellion. " Game of Thrones " season 7 has added another name to its growing list of cast members, although this new face will not have a major role. Fans speculated he could potentially play an opponent to the Mountain, and, while that's still not out of the question, we've just learned a few more specifics about ...

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  • Heisman finalists: Jackson, Watson, Peppers, 2 Sooners

    Heisman finalists: Jackson, Watson, Peppers, 2 Sooners

    The Golden Arm Award is presented annually to the top senior quarterback in the country, and since Watson is graduating this year he is eligible for the award. And while collecting all those numbers, Jackson helped Louisville bump off previously No. 2-ranked Florida State on September 17 and almost upset Watson and the then-No.

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  • NHL's Vegas Golden Knights denied trademark for nickname

    NHL commissioner Gary Bettman added that many sports teams share nicknames, such as the Panthers (Carolina in the NFL, Florida in the NHL), Rangers (New York in the NHL, Texas in MLB) and Giants (San Francisco in MLB, New York in the NFL). "We're excited about the name and we can't wait until next October", Kerry Bubolz said. "In this case, the wording "GOLDEN KNIGHTS" is the dominant portion of both the registered and applied-for marks", states the Office Action.

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  • New North Carolina governor to face resolute GOP legislature

    The governor conceded to Roy Cooper , a democrat, after an "acrimonious stalemate" that lasted for almost a month, according to The New York Times . Not all post-concession statements were positive towards the governor, with Progress NC Action taking aim at his connection with the controversial House Bill 2.

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  • Penn State cleans up on AP's all-Big Ten team

    However, the Nittany Lions have two losses - at least one more than all four playoff teams - and played a weak out-of-conference schedule. That Penn State is not one of those teams can - and nearly assuredly will - be debated for as long as there is Nittany Lions football.

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  • Mayfield, Oklahoma top Oklahoma St. 38-20 to win Big 12

    Whenever you discuss this year's Heisman Trophy, Lamar Jackson's name isn't that far away from the conversation. Unfortunately for the Sooners, a huge hit from Oklahoma State safety Jordan Sterns ended Westbrook's day. The Sooners finished 10-2 on the year and an impressive 9-0 in the Big 12. Senior tight end Trent Cowan caught two touchdown passes from Linehan, and Loyd Hightower returned a blocked punt for a score for the Vandals (8-4), who closed the regular season with four ...

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  • NFL moves Buccaneers-Cowboys to prime time Dec. 18

    If the results went the other way, the Giants would have been one game back of the Cowboys with a chance to actually jump into first place on tie-breakers if they beat them Sunday night. They're playing good football. While their destiny is no longer in their hands, they can help their cause by winning the final four games. It was never going to be easy, but facing a team you've already played before, who already has at least some idea of what you'll try to do during the game, is another ...

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  • Red Sox conscious of new luxury-tax penalties this offseason

    The Red Sox have been quiet thus far, but Dave Dombrowski's history suggests fireworks. For his efforts, Farrell finished fourth in the 2016 BBWAA American League Manager of the Year voting. Baseball teams regularly fire managers under contract. While there might be some naysayers in Red Sox Nation that don't like picking up a second Farrell option after just one comeback season, this writer believes this is a good move to show organizational stability as the team tries to add free agents ...

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  • Baylor names Temple's Matt Rhule as new football coach

    Rhule, coming off his fourth year at the helm of Temple's football program, will replace interim head coach Jim Grobe, according to a press release posted to the team website Tuesday morning. "We found all of that and more in Matt and I know that he will be a ideal fit with the Baylor family", Rhoades said. Look at it this way though, Rhule reached the ceiling for a Group of 5 football program.

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  • National Hockey League roundup: Panthers didn't like coach's style of play

    National Hockey League roundup: Panthers didn't like coach's style of play

    He was also a finalist last year for the NHL's head coach of the year award, the Jack Adams. In an interesting twist, Rowe led Carolina in that last tour of duty. According to TSN hockey insider Bob Mackenzie Florida has also fired assistant coach Mike Kelly. For the players, this hurts, especially because Gallant was recognized as a player's coach who had success.

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  • Wales shock Australian men's rugby sevens, women's team fall to NZ

    Wales shock Australian men's rugby sevens, women's team fall to NZ

    Drastic measures were called for when Tiana Penitani and Anderson went down in the same play early in the match, as Australia led 7-0. I can't wait for the next round because I'm loving this team. Moleschi scored two tries and Hannah Darling and Breanne Nicholas, with her first try on the circuit, added singles against England. Both teams entered the final having won all of their games in Dubai but it was South Africa who got off to the flawless start with early tries from Cecil Afrika and ...

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  • New York Giants at Pittsburgh Steelers

    We need to take care of the ball better. Bell is making up for lost time. It was the same crew that worked New York's game against Carolina last season in which Beckham and then-Panthers cornerback Josh Norman repeatedly drew flags for their confrontations.

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  • Birdies and blunders, but a healthy week for Tiger Woods

    Birdies and blunders, but a healthy week for Tiger Woods

    Japan's Matsuyama shot a closing 73 to take the title on 18 under, two clear of the Open champion, Henrik Stenson. So it's a little different, getting my legs back and get my body back, and focusing for a long period of time, these are things that I have missed for about a year and a half.

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  • Is Penn State's rally enough for College Football Playoff committee?

    Is Penn State's rally enough for College Football Playoff committee?

    The Nittany Lions (11-2, 9-1) will face Southern California in Pasadena at 5 p.m. on January 2. The Nittany Lions outscored Wisconsin, 24-3, in the second half. There's an odd voting system that's used, but basically the committee votes and gets a top three, then moves on to deciding four through six. Wisconsin cornerback Lubern Figaro tried to make a tackle on Blacknall or a play on the ball, but missed, allowing the junior to turn and jog into the end zone, cutting the Wisconsin lead ...

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  • What Impact Will Rob Gronkowski's Injury Have On Patriots' Entire Offense?

    This season, Gronkowski returned to action Sunday after missing the team's game against the Niners the week before because of a chest injury. Hamilton, an undrafted rookie, also missed Thursday's practice due to an illness. After sitting out the first two games of the year, he played few downs in the next two due to a hamstring injury. Rob was examined by several specialists at Massachusetts General Hospital as directed by the team, as well as an independent physician.

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  • UO players react to firing of Mark Helfrich

    He then left to coach the Philadelphia Eagles , leading the team to 10-6 records in each of his first two years before being fired in Week 16 of last season with a 6-9 mark. There is something far bigger than just Helfrich at play at OR, which in the past two decades has grown into one of college football's elite programs.

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  • National Basketball Association roundup: recap, scores, notes for every game played on December 1

    The Golden State Warriors lost 132-127 to the Houston Rockets in a wild, double-overtime shootout that featured an National Basketball Association record 88 3-point field-goal attempts by both teams. "Last night, double-overtime game, getting in at 5 a.m. and not really sleeping". "They play a very similar style that they always have, up-tempo, shoot a lot of 3s", Curry said .

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  • Mourinho offers Schweinsteiger ray of light at Man United

    Manchester United are aiming to at least break back into the top four this season after they finished in fifth place and won the FA Cup under Louis van Gaal last term. The latest suspension came after booting a water bottle in frustration in Sunday's Premier League draw at West Ham, leading to a charge of improper conduct that saw him in the stands when United met the east Londoners in the EFL Cup three days later.

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  • I expected worse from Liverpool, says Klopp

    I expected worse from Liverpool, says Klopp

    And very often in my life, I lost games like these, when we were so much better and had many more chances. That's not a problem. A lot of teams played against us like this and we won. Klopp also praised the opposition, saying, "It was a really good performance against a side that are hard to play against". "We have 15 global players and it is hard to work without these players during the break".

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  • Chip Kelly to Ducks Fans: Keep Looking

    Chip Kelly to Ducks Fans: Keep Looking

    It snapped an eight-game OR winning streak in the rivalry game. The 49ers are 1-10 in Kelly's first season. OR never recruited like the perennial top-ten ranked team played like (according to Scout's recruiting rankings, Helfrich didn't recruit much worse than Kelly , even if he struggled to get quarterbacks and lost in-state tussles) but Helfrich apparently was not the same mad scientist that Kelly was.

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