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    FULHAM take on Wolves this weekend having come tantalisingly close to shocking Liverpool in their season opener. Aleksandar Mitrovic scored twice before Mo Salah tapped home with 10 minutes remaining to rescue the 2-2 draw at Craven Cottage. 1Aleksandar Mitrovic is already off the mark for Fulham this season Wolves, meanwhile, suffered a 2-1 defeat at Leeds United and have since loaned out defender Conor Coady to Everton. Coady said: “I’ve got to be honest, I didn’t like being sat on the bench at Leeds. “I did my best getting behind the lads, I was talking, but it didn’t feel right, I didn’t like it. “At 29-years-old, I want to be playing football.” Read more on FulhamFUL HOUSE Ex-Arsenal and Chelsea ace Willian in talks with Fulham after leaving CorinthiansISSA DONE Fulham finally complete £15m transfer signing of West Ham defender Issa Diop When is Fulham vs Wolves? Wolves vs Fulham takes place on Saturday, August 13. The match kicks off at 3pm. Molineux Stadium plays host. Is Fulham vs Wolves on TV? Wolves vs Fulham will not be broadcast...
    ERLING HAALAND will arrive at the Etihad next month looking to become an important cog in Manchester City’s winning ‘machine’. And the £51.4million Norwegian’s ‘superstar’ status had no bearing on boss Pep Guardiola’s decision to bring him to the Premier League. 1Erling Haaland will be hoping to hit the ground running but may need time to adaptCredit: Getty City’s chief executive Ferran Soriano said the champions made their move for the Borussia Dortmund scoring sensation for purely football reasons. He believes the 21-year-old’s decision to follow in the footsteps of his dad, Alfie, and join the Prem champs had nothing to do with money — despite his £375,000-a-week wages. Instead, Haaland accepted the challenge of moving to a team who have got used to winning without a striker over the last two seasons. Soriano said: “It was a long process. He could have gone anywhere — there were many clubs and all the rumours. READ MORE ON FOOTBALLPITCHING UP New Man City striker Erling Haaland views Man U star Paul Pogba's £3m mansion “The deal was transparent as he had...
    Clemson football players clearly enjoyed their Cheez-It Bowl experience. They held a dance party with Dabo Swinney in the locker room after. At the start of the 2021 season, Clemson aspired to something much bigger than the Cheez-It Bowl. After a difficult season, it didn’t seem to matter that they didn’t make the playoff. They had plenty of fun where they ended up. A 20-13 victory over Iowa State in Orlando prompted a raucous atmosphere in the locker room. Clemson football partied in the locker room with Dabo SwinneyPlayers literally lifted head coach Dabo Swinney onto their shoulders and danced around the locker room while music blared. BIG WESSSS pic.twitter.com/FNci92gjyY — Xavier Thomas (@atxlete) December 30, 2021 It’s a credit to Swinney’s leadership that his team was hyped for the bowl game despite all the upheaval in the program. Defensive coordinator Brent Venables left to take over as Oklahoma’s head coach. Offensive coordinator Tony Elliott took the head coaching position at Virginia. The team still battled to victory over the Cyclones and didn’t seem to take that win for...
    DELE ALLI once fought for a starting place in the centre of England's midfield with Ruben Loftus-Cheek... but at schoolboy level there was no contest, according to his former coach. When the Spurs star was playing youth football at MK Dons, he came up against the giant Chelsea prospect when the pair were just young teens. 26 Dan Micciche was Dele Alli's coach and mentor at MK Dons 26 Dele Alli joins in the celebrations as England beat TunisiaCredit: Alamy Live News Alli and his team mates bossed Loftus-Cheek & Co off the park that day in an exciting 3- 3 draw, according to his former coach and mentor Dan Micciche and the playmaker continued to rise to any challenges put in front of him ever since. Micciche, 42, took the talented youngster under his wing when he was 12 years old and has witnessed Alli's meteoric rise to the top. The former Head of Academy coach at the Bucks club, who had a brief spell as their first team manager this year, told SunSport in 2018 how he encouraged...
    Alabama coach Nick Saban struck a mostly positive tone with his team after battling down to the wire against a heavy underdog. That likely won’t be the case if the third-ranked Crimson Tide (8-1, No. 2 CFP) has similar issues running the ball and putting away even bigger underdog New Mexico State (1-8) on Saturday. It’s a respite from Southeastern Conference games after that 20-14 win over 29.5-point underdog LSU. While Saban praised how well his team competed, there was no sidestepping the reality that it wasn’t a dominant performance for a team with designs on repeating as national champions. “There’s obviously a lot of things that we need to fix,” Saban said. “It didn’t look like an Alabama team out there in some phases of our team.” Enter the Aggies, who are 51.5-point underdogs according to FanDuel Sportsbook. It looks like a break for ‘Bama before facing fellow SEC West teams Arkansas and No. 16 Auburn. Of course, that’s not how Saban wants his team looking at it. “I hope it doesn’t affect the team,” he said. “I think...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Julian Edelman, aka Mr. Patriot, has some bad news for New England: “The Patriots just aren’t the Patriots right now.” Edelman shared last week that Bill Belichick gave his blessing for Edelman to not be a “homer” and to “MF” the Patriots when needed. Edelman took that opportunity in this week’s episode of “Inside The NFL” on Paramount+. When discussing Dallas’ OT win over New England, Edelman spoke to the reality that Gillette Stadium is no longer the issue for opponents that it once was. “[The Cowboys] go on the road, in Foxboro, a notoriously tough place to play. Right now, it’s not. But notoriously,” Edelman said. At that point, Edelman went on a bit of a rant regarding the uncharacteristic mistakes that his former team continues to make. “The Patriots just aren’t the Patriots right now, and it hurts me to say this. They are not the Patriots,” Edelman said. “We are so used to seeing the last 20 years  — and I know there’s different players, and this, that, but there’s still a group of...
    Plane burns after horrific failed takeoff in Texas; crews celebrate no fatalities Growing in numbers and power, criminal gangs terrorize Haiti © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad While investigating the Washington Football Team’s workplace issues, attorney Beth Wilkinson stumbled over enough to get her to gather more than 650,000 emails that, per the league, were sent by or to former team president Bruce Allen and that fell beyond the scope of the investigation. For some reason (still not disclosed by the league), Wilkinson did not examine emails sent by or to other current or former team employees. For some reason (still not disclosed by the league), the investigation did not extend to text messages. The NFL informed PFT on Tuesday, in response to an email inquiry from PFT, that the investigation did not include text messages. You know, text messages. The format where people tend to be WAY more relaxed and revealing than they are when typing emails. The format that the NFL aggressively harvested when trying to jam the...
    By Steve Hartman (CBS NEWS) – About 250 miles south of Denver, near the edge of isolation, sits the tiny town of Branson, Colorado. Blink and you’ll miss it. But Branson does have a site to see — what many have dubbed “the worst football field in America.” “No, I don’t dispute that title,” said Brad Doherty, the Branson School athletic director and head dirt-keeper. “We would go out before every game and fill in and collapse as many gopher holes as we could find. It felt like Bill Murray in ‘Caddyshack.'” The players said the “grass” would stab them. But the Bearcats loved football enough to endure it — until the end of last season, when the other teams in the league said they wouldn’t play on the rocky rectangle of high desert anymore. It was just too dangerous, they said. “It was pretty heart wrenching to hear that people didn’t want to come play on our field,” one player said. “Football in our community is the one thing that grabs everybody and brings everybody together,” Doherty...
    The Oklahoma football team was able to beat Nebraska, but the Sooners shouldn’t have struggled to handle the Huskers. The Oklahoma Sooners found a way and managed to take down Nebraska, but the Huskers found a way to make what could have been a blow out into a rather interesting game. Scott Frost’s team competed well, giving Lincoln Riley’s Sooners a run for their money. In the end, Oklahoma won 23-16, but the game was ugly for everyone involved. The Sooners needed a win and that’s exactly what they got. But this game shouldn’t have been this close. Given how talented Oklahoma is and how good of a coach Riley is perceived to be, Nebraska shouldn’t have been able to compete in this game as well as the Huskers did. Oklahoma’s offense did okay when it comes in gaining yards (they racked up 408 total yards of offense), but the Sooners sure didn’t put up many points against a less-than-stellar defense. When facing a Nebraska team that allowed Illinois to score 30 points, Oklahoma only managed to score 23 at home....
    CLARKSBURG (CBS13) — A Yolo County high school student is tackling gender barriers on the gridiron, pushing to make a difference on and off the football field. Kylie Chastain, 15, is a go-getter. READ MORE: Grizzly Flats To Fully Reopen With No Restrictions After Nearly Month-Long Evacuation Due To Caldor Fire “I definitely hold myself to a higher standard,” she said. She’s a junior at Delta High School in Clarksburg and wanted to try out for the football team as a freshman, but went out for cheerleading instead. “They knew I wanted to be out there with them, so it wasn’t really a surprise when I came out to practice,” Chastain said. Her mom watched in awe as her daughter persisted and practiced. “It was amazing to see her out there with guys twice her size, and she has never waivered,” her mother said. Then COVID canceled the season. “It sucked. We couldn’t have games, but we definitely pushed harder,” Chastain said. READ MORE: Caldor Fire Containment Reaches 71%; Highway 50 May Reopen Soon She continued to train, impressing varsity...
    Who did the dumping in Scott Disick-Amelia Hamlin breakup, plus more celeb splits of 2021 The Poorest City in Every State Kevin Kelley, the former Arkansas high school coach who never punts and attempts numerous onside kicks per game, made his college coaching debut Saturday for Presbyterian College, an FCS program. His team put together a bold performance to match Kelley's coaching strategy.  © Provided by CBS Sports The Blue Hose dismantled NAIA St. Andrews, 84-43, behind an FCS-record 10 passing touchdowns and 538 yards from quarterback and former Michigan walk-on Ren Hefley. As a team, Presbyterian outgained St. Andrews by nearly 500 yards -- 814-315 --  with 621 coming through the air.  That 84-point scoring output from Presbyterian is one less than the school's single-game season-high point total from the 2020-21 season -- on the basketball court.  "Definitely didn't anticipate that," Kelley told the Associated Press about the Blue Hose's offensive proficiency. "I think I'm not good at many things in the world, but I'm good on the offensive side of the ball and worked really hard in...
    Former Auburn defensive lineman Big Kat Bryant had a pointed message for Tiger fans on Twitter after UCF’s comeback victory over Boise State. Auburn fans let former defensive lineman Big Kat Bryant have it when UCF struggled against Boise State. It’s only fair he got them back. After UCF’s victory, Bryant took to Twitter to address the fans in his mentions. To all you couch coaches, I hope you know that there are 4 quarters in a game ???? — BigKat Bryant (@BigKat) September 3, 2021 The “couch coaches” he’s referring to are likely the fans who tagged him in tweets throughout the night mocking him for saying this Knights team could beat Auburn. That bold statement put him in hot water with his former team, but he’s standing by it.Big Kat Bryant didn’t take trolling from Auburn fans lying downBryant transferred to UCF from Auburn, following head coach Gus Malzahn to Orlando. Malzahn’s debut didn’t start very well. The Knights fell behind 21-0 and went into halftime trailing 24-14. However, they rallied in the second half and got...
    Signs the 2020 recession may already be over Nasdaq Sets Record High as Wall Street Turns to Technology Stocks © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad It’s widely been believed that any gay players on the locker rooms of yesteryear remained deeply closeted for fear of being bullied or judged or ostracized. That wasn’t the case universally. Hall of Fame defensive end Bruce Smith recently told TMZ.com that the Bills of the 1990s had at least one gay player on the team, and that the rest of the team didn’t care. “We had a gay player in our locker room,” Smith said. “I think it was the mid-to-late ’90s and I think we might have had two but that wasn’t what we were focused on. . . . We were focused on winning games and each and every person that was in that locker room contributing to the goal at hand which was winning football games. None of that other stuff mattered. This was about winning football games and trying to...
    Liverpool's manager Jurgen Klopp smiles prior to the group E Champions League soccer match between Salzburg and Liverpool, in Salzburg, Austria, Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2019. (AP Photo/Kerstin Joensson) Associated Press Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp says he doesn't support controversial plans for a European Super League, despite announcing the team would join. "It's a tough one. People are not happy with it, I can understand it. I can't say a lot more because we were not involved in the process — not the players, not me — we didn't know about it. We will have to wait how it develops."," he told BBC Sport. "The most important part of football are the supporters and the team," he added. "We have to make sure nothing gets between that. I've heard there are banners but the players didn't do anything wrong. We have to all stick together. We can show nobody has to walk alone in these moments. There are things to sort but nothing to do with the football or the relationship between the supporters and the team." This is a developing...
    Getty Head coach Jason Simpson of the Tennessee Martin Skyhawks. The Eastern Illinois Panthers (0-1, 0-1) will visit the UT Martin Skyhawks (0-1, 0-1) at Hardy Graham Stadium on Sunday.Note: Heavy may earn an affiliate commission if you sign up via a link on this pageThe game (2 p.m. ET start time) won’t be on TV, but anyone in the US can watch Eastern Illinois vs UT Martin football live on ESPN+ right here: Watch on ESPN+ ESPN+ will have coverage of all Missouri Valley, OVC, Southern and Southland football games this spring, as well as live college basketball, UFC, international soccer, Australian Open tennis, dozens of other live sports, every 30-for-30 documentary, and additional original content (both video and written) all for $5.99 per month. Or, if you also want Disney+ and Hulu, you can get all three for $12.99 per month, which works out to about 31 percent savings: Get the ESPN+, Disney+ and Hulu Bundle Once signed up for ESPN+, you can watch Eastern Illinois vs UT Martin live on the ESPN app on...
    Last week, Alex Smith ripped the Washington Football team for not wanting him. Now, the team appears ready to part ways with the NFL’s Comeback Player of the Year. The 36-year-old Smith is expected to be released, NFL Network reported, after he helped lead the team to the postseason. Smith, 36, had said he wants to keep playing, after a miraculous return following a gruesome leg injury that nearly cost him his life. In eight games last year, Smith threw six touchdown passes, eight interceptions and completed 66.7 percent of his passes. Washington, however, went 5-3 in those games, and 5-1 in games he started.  “When I decided to come back, I definitely threw a wrench in the team’s plan,” Smith told GQ. “They didn’t see it, didn’t want me there, didn’t want me to be a part of it, didn’t want me to be on the team, the roster, didn’t want to give me a chance. Mind you, it was a whole new regime, they came in, I’m like the leftovers and I’m hurt and I’m this liability. “Heck...
    More On: alex smith Tom Brady to Alex Smith: ‘I’m so f–king proud of you’ This is a nightmare for the Washington Football Team Bruce Arians hypes up Washington: ‘We’re not playing Dwayne Haskins’ Washington may have to rotate QBs in dire playoff scenario Alex Smith’s return to the NFL gridiron, two years after suffering a horrifying leg injury that threatened his life, was one of the best stories of the 2020 season. He walked away with the NFL’s Comeback Player of the Year award in a nearly unanimous vote. But if it was up to the Washington Football Team, it wouldn’t have happened at all. In an interview with GQ, Smith opened up about his journey back onto the football field – saying Washington didn’t exactly greet him with “open arms” upon his decision to return. “When I decided to come back, I definitely threw a wrench in the team’s plan,” Smith said. “They didn’t see it, didn’t want me there, didn’t want me to be a part of it, didn’t want me to be on the team,...
    Alex Smith’s return to the football field in 2020 from a life-threatening leg injury was one of the greatest stories of the NFL season. But Smith said his triumphant return was considered more of an unwanted hindrance by the Washington Football Team. Smith, in a Tuesday interview with GQ Magazine, said he threw a “wrench” in the WFT’s quarterback plans, adding that the team was surprised that he could play after returning from a Nov. 18, 2018 injury: a compound fracture that broke both the tibia and fibula in his right leg. A life-threatening infection made matters worse and nearly forced doctors to amputate his leg above the knee. Smith returned to Washington before the start of the 2020 season but felt he wasn’t given a “fair shake” as first-year coach Ron Rivera emphasized second-year quarterback Dwayne Haskins as the team’s starter. “When I decided to come back, I definitely threw a wrench in the team’s plan,” Smith told GQ. “They didn’t see it, didn’t want me there, didn’t want me to be a part of it, didn’t want...
    Chrissy Teigen unfollowed by Joe Biden on Twitter, plus more news Cozy Craftsman homes for sale across America Where (and if) Alex Smith will play in 2021 remains an open question. If the 36-year-old QB returns to the Washington Football Team, he will need to do so on a reworked contract. WFT could also release him, thereby clearing nearly $15 million off its books, but the team would need to find a suitable replacement first. © Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports Washington did go 5-1 in games that Alex Smith started last season. Smith’s return from a horrific injury suffered in November 2018 was one of the best stories of last season, and even though he didn’t light the world on fire, Washington did go 5-1 in games that he started. The club finagled a division title thanks to its strong finish with Smith at the helm, and there was no reason to believe that there might be bad blood between the veteran signal-caller and the WFT. But in a recent interview with Clay Skipper of GQ, Smith said the...
    Tyler Baltierra and Catelynn Lowell’s Relationship Timeline Colorado city to establish independent police monitor in wake of Elijah McClains death © Provided by CBS Sports Alex Smith is fresh off easily the most inspiring season of his NFL career. The former No. 1 overall draft pick didn't post gaudy numbers or even start Washington Football Team's lone playoff game in 2020. But he did coast to NFL Comeback Player of the Year honors for the recovery that led to his on-field performance, overcoming a severe leg injury and potential amputation to return after more than a year out of the league. Just don't give Washington too much credit for embracing his improbable journey. Speaking with GQ's Clay Skipper this week, Smith did not mince words when recounting his road back to the field, indicating that Washington was initially very resistant to the idea of the 36-year-old quarterback actually taking snaps in 2020. "They never thought I was coming back," Smith said. "When I decided to come back, I definitely threw a wrench in the team's plan. They didn't see...
    FORT WORTH, Texas -- A high school senior, who had never picked up a football until 2019, has now signed to play football at college level."I couldn't throw it. Normally, you have to hold the ball at the letter part," Leslie Adindu, who plays for Arlington Heights High School in Texas, told KTVT. "I didn't know you had to do that. I just flung it, and it didn't go far."Adindu is originally from Nigeria, where they don't play American football.His team's coach, Charles Perry, saw Adindu and knew he had potential. He convinced Adindu to try the sport."When we first started, I mean, he couldn't even get in the stance," Perry said.The young athlete played for two games on the junior varsity team last year. When COVID-19 hit, the team held virtual workouts from home.When Adindu didn't log in, his team wondered where he was. That's when they learned he was living in a shelter.Adindu became homeless after getting into a fight with his father, who then moved out of state.But his coaches knew he had talent. So they made...
    FORT WORTH, Texas -- A high school senior, who had never picked up a football until 2019, has now been signed to play football at college level."I couldn't throw it. Normally, you have to hold the ball at the letter part," Leslie Adindu, who plays for Arlington Heights High School in Texas, told KTVT. "I didn't know you had to do that. I just flung it, and it didn't go far."Adindu is originally from Nigeria, where they don't play American football.His team's coach, Charles Perry, saw Adindu and knew he had potential. He convinced Adindu to try the sport."When we first started, I mean he couldn't even get in the stance," Perry said.The young athlete played for two games on the junior varsity team last year. When COVID-19 hit, the team held virtual workouts from home.When Adindu didn't log in, his team wondered where he was. That's when they learned he was living in a shelter.Adindu became homeless after getting into a fight with his father, who then moved out of state.But his coaches knew he had talent. So they...
    Netflix Joe Exotic's legal team sent Insider a short statement following the "Tiger King" star's failure to receive a presidential pardon.  "Score remains 0:0 at the end of the first quarter. After an aggressive first quarter Hail Mary, team tiger didn't score.  Three quarters to go," his attorney Brad Small wrote. Joe Exotic is currently serving a 22-year prison sentence for plotting to murder Carole Baskin.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Joe Exotic's legal team has spoken for the first time following the "Tiger King" star's failure to receive a presidential pardon from Donald Trump.  Exotic, whose real name is Joseph Maldonado-Passage, is currently serving a 22-year prison sentence after being convicted of plotting to murder his "Tiger King" rival Carole Baskin, as well as several counts of animal abuse, did not make the list of  140 pardons and commutations awarded by Donald Trump on Wednesday morning.  In a short email statement sent to Insider, Maldonado-Passage's legal representative Brad Small said: "Score remains 0:0 at the end of the first quarter. After an aggressive first quarter...
    Ohio State didn’t need any extra motivation. The Buckeyes already had the memory of last year’s crushing loss to Clemson in the College Football Playoff semifinals seared into their brains, the pain and anguish of blowing a 16-0 lead with a chance to play for the national championship. And now the coach who beat them last year, ending third-ranked Ohio State’s season, was questioning them. In the final Amway Coaches Poll ballot last week, Dabo Swinney didn’t even rank Ohio State in the top 10. He placed them 11th. “We definitely heard about it. It was just fuel to our fire,” wide receiver Garrett Wilson said over Zoom on Monday, five days before the two teams meet in the Sugar Bowl on Friday in New Orleans. “I’m not gonna sit here and say we didn’t hear about it and didn’t react to it.” All-American offensive guard Wyatt Davis echoed Wilson, saying, “We’re going into this game not respected at all.” Swinney took a step back somewhat, saying his decision to rank the Buckeyes 11th had very little to do...
    Three NFL coaching jobs already are open, and another three or four soon could be. While it happens every year, coaching searches are different depending on the team seeking a new guy to take charge. Some clubs seek a veteran pro coach, like Washington and Dallas did after last season with Mike McCarthy and Ron Rivera. Others look to rising assistants and coordinators — the Giants' Joe Judge and the Browns' Kevin Stefanski fit there. Or NFL teams turn to the college ranks, which Carolina did for Matt Rhule, who was coveted by several other franchises, too. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM The league hopes more minority coaches get a shot at the openings in Houston and Atlanta, where coincidentally, African Americans Romeo Crennel and Raheem Morris currently are the interim coaches. It even has expanded the Rooney Rule designed to provide more opportunities for minority candidates for coaching, general manager, and other executive positions. Most important, of course, is finding the right fit. "The biggest thing is can you get everyone on board with how you want to do things,...
    Sarah Fuller will be traveling with Vanderbilt for Saturday’s game at Georgia. After becoming the first woman to play in a Power 5 football game last weekend when she delivered the second-half kickoff against Missouri – a designed squib kick that was downed without a return – Fuller is expected remain as one of the Commodores’ two kickers. “She’ll be with us on the trip to Georgia, and we’re going to put the best people out there,” interim coach Todd Fitch told reporters Tuesday. “And if she’s our best option, we’ll continue to work with her and we’ll do the best we can for the team.” Vanderbilt (0-8) fired coach Derek Mason on Sunday, one day after the 41-0 loss to Missouri. Fitch has evidently opted to keep Fuller around, telling reporters that she practiced with the team Tuesday and will be on the travel roster. Fitch also mentioned that none of the special teams players who missed last weekend’s game due to coronavirus protocols has been cleared to return to the team. Fuller, who was named SEC Special...
    SARAH Fuller shattered the glass ceiling on Saturday to become the first woman to play in a Power Five conference college football game. Fuller, playing for Vanderbilt University, made history when she kicked off to start the second half of a game against Missouri. 4Sarah Fuller became the first woman to play college football in the Power Five conferenceCredit: AP:Associated Press 4She wore No. 32 on Saturday, the same as her number when playing soccerCredit: USA TODAY Sports The athlete, wearing “Play Like A Girl” on the back of her helmet, kicked off the turf with a holder rather than using a tee -- sending a low kick to the 35-yard line where it was pounced on by Missouri’s Mason Pack. Fuller didn’t get any opportunities in the first half as the Tigers opened a 21-0 lead over the Commodores. She went straight to the sideline where she high-fived some of her new teammates and swapped some elbow bumps. Fuller’s parents watched and cheered from the stands along with her boyfriend and best friend. Fuller, a senior goalkeeper on...
    DAN Snyder allegedly told a former cheerleading coach of the Washington Football Team that he had to keep the dancers “skinny with big tits” or he would "f**king kill" him. Snyder, owner of the Football Team, reportedly made the sleazy threat to Donald Wells, who served as the squad’s coach from 1997 to 2009, at a 2004 charity event, the Washington Post reported. 6Dan Snyder, owner of the Washington Football Team, reportedly told a cheerleading coach to keep dancers 'skinny with big tits'Credit: AP:Associated Press 6The death threat allegation comes amid revelations that team officials produced unauthorized videos featuring cheerleaders with exposed nipplesCredit: Getty Images - Getty 6Snyder allegedly made the comments at an event where the cheerleaders performed in 2004Credit: Getty Images - Getty 6A group of 12 former cheerleaders for the team, previously known as the Redskins, have said they intend to sue SnyderCredit: Getty Images - Getty “You better keep them skinny with big tits or I’ll f--king kill you,” Snyder allegedly told Wells. Wells added that he “never would have told anyone” about the encounter if...
    College football Week 6 takeaways include Clemson showing Miami is not back, Alabama having a big problem and LSU wanting to go back to 2019. Whether you watched all the college football Week 6 action or you missed some of the action, there were plenty of important takeaways. There were things we learned, especially as it relates to the mirage that was Miami football being back, Alabama’s defense being an issue and Spencer Rattler being a heckuva thrill ride. But there are still some lingering questions that weren’t answered this weekend that will stick in the back of our minds for a few weeks. We learned Miami isn’t backThe Miami Hurricanes enjoyed a nice start to the season beating up on the likes of UAB, Louisville, Florida State but those teams are bad. They faced the best team in the nation on Saturday night and Clemson let them know they have a long way to go before The U is back. D’Eriq King is a talented quarterback and Manny Diaz did well in the transfer portal shoring up some of...
    In August, Kurt Beathard — then-offensive coordinator for the Illinois State University football team — found a Black Lives Matter sign taped to his office door, Outkick's Jason King reported. Given that the BLM organization has an affinity for Marxism and a dim view of the nuclear family, Beathard immediately removed the sign, the outlet said. "'I thought, 'No, I can't have this on my door,'" he told King. "So I took it off and put it behind the chair in my office. I was praying about it and I thought, 'All lives matter here, and there's no other organization other than Jesus Christ to sponsor that.'" So later that day Beathard placed a new sign on his office door with a new message: "All Lives Matter to Our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ," the outlet said.'As a favor, could you please take that off your door?'Given the volatility surrounding the BLM movement and the speed at which news travels, one might assume backlash against Beathard came fast — but it didn't. He told Outkick that his...
    NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 01: Former Detroit Lions running back Barry Sanders and former Dallas Cowboys running back Emmitt Smith attend the 3rd Annual NFL Honor at Radio City Music Hall on February 1, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images) A legend at the running back position, Marshall Faulk was the NFL’s Most Valuable Player in 2000. The second overall pick in the 1994 NFL Draft, Faulk, a seven time Pro Bowler and three-time All-Pro was the NFL’s rushing touchdowns leader in 2000 and a member of the St. Louis Rams’ Super Bowl XXXIV winning team in 1999. Just as special, Faulk’s speed and agility literally were literally a track meet for the opposing team’s defense on any given Sunday. Marshall Faulk Joins Heavy on Patriots to Discuss the Patriots Season, Cam Newton & More2020-08-31T21:11:57Z What was even worse for opposing defenses was Faulk’s verstility in the flat. The one-time Heisman Winner out of San Diego State could line up and catch the football and gain major yardage. In 1999, Faulk had 87...
    The Washington Football Team has released running back Adrian Peterson. According to Tom Pelissero and Mike Garafolo, Washington decided to cut Peterson loose after two seasons with the team. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) A surprise: The Washington Football Team is releasing legendary RB Adrian Peterson, sources tell me and @MikeGarafolo. — Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) September 4, 2020 This is a bit of a surprising move, and I didn’t see it coming at all. I didn’t even know Peterson was on the chopping block, and it sounds like most other people didn’t either. It’s crazy that he’s more or less beaten the clock and is still playing at the age of 35. Running backs don’t have long careers, and Peterson has beaten the odds.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Adrian AD/AP Peterson (@adrianpeterson) on Sep 3, 2020 at 5:09pm PDT I’m also 100% sure that he’ll find a new team. He still has some gas left in the tank, and a guy like that isn’t going...
    ROBBIE BURTON lived through the biggest earthquake to hit Croatia since 1880. The ex-Arsenal midfielder had been at new club Dinamo Zagreb for just over a month when the quake happened on March 22, in which one person was killed and 27 others injured. 5Robbie Burton was a regular in Arsenal's Under-23 side prior to leaving for Dinamo ZagrebCredit: Getty Images - Getty 5The 5.3 magnitude tremor, which took place in March, had a devastating effect on Croatia's capitalCredit: AFP or licensors Its epicentre was seven kilometres north of the Croatian capital but the 5.3 magnitude tremor caused almost £5billion worth of damage to historical buildings, including the parliament. Burton’s own apartment was affected as the earthquake shook his bed, rattled his wardrobes, the walls cracked and his boiler exploded! Burton, 20, said: “It was crazy and probably the most scary experience of my life. “It was weird being here on my own and I didn’t know what to do. I’d never been in an earthquake before so I didn’t know how to deal with it. It was the biggest...
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