Month: October 2022

3:23 AM ET Alaina GetzenbergESPN ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — The chippiness between Buffalo Bills receiver Stefon Diggs and Green Bay Packers cornerback Jaire Alexander began when both players ran out of the tunnel at the same time for pregame warm-ups. But how it ended? Well, that depends on who you ask. “I don’t give a
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Oct 30, 2022 HOUSTON — The Philadelphia Phillies will give pitcher Ranger Suarez an extra day of rest after he threw in relief in Game 1 of the World Series on Friday and instead turn to righty Noah Syndergaard to start Game 3. The Houston Astros will counter with veteran Lance McCullers Jr. as the
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British Cycling says chief executive officer Brian Facer is “stepping down” from the role by mutual agreement. Facer’s departure comes after a series of controversies for British Cycling this year, including its transgender participation policy and a sponsorship deal with oil giant Shell. In September, it also apologised for recommending people should not use their
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NORFOLK, Va., Oct. 25, 2022 –Four regular-season match-ups and the entire 2023 Basketball Tournament will be on ESPN networks as part of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference’s (MEAC) 2023 basketball TV schedule. The slate tips off on ESPNU on Monday, Jan. 23, when defending MEAC champion Norfolk State travels to Baltimore, Md., for a 7:30 p.m. match-up
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10:35 PM ET Michigan State suspended four football players Sunday for their involvement in an altercation in the tunnel at Michigan Stadium on Saturday night after the team’s loss to Michigan. Coach Mel Tucker announced linebacker Tank Brown, cornerback Khary Crump, safety Angelo Grose and defensive end Zion Young have been suspended effective immediately after
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2:30 AM ET LOS ANGELES — Coming into Sunday as the NBA’s last winless team at 0-5, the Los Angeles Lakers finally broke through with a 121-110 decision over the Denver Nuggets, giving first-year coach Darvin Ham the first victory on his résumé. “Tonight, we needed to prove something to ourselves,” Ham said afterward. “Not
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