• FSU player eats lunch with autistic student sitting alone

    Thanks to a college football player's small gesture of kindness, it could be a long time before a mother will have to worry again about her autistic son eating lunch alone. Tears streamed down the face of Leah Paske when she saw the photo of Florida State University wide receiver Travis Rudolph…

    The Associated Press
  • A Supergirl Stunt Performer Became the First Woman to Complete This America Ninja Warrior Stage—Watch Now

    During the national finals in Las Vegas for NBC's strength and endurance competition American Ninja Warrior, contestant Jessie Graff made history as the first woman to complete Stage 1 of the incredibly difficult national finals obstacle course. She finished fourth overall with a seriously…

  • Excited Lakers provide early look at new training center

    After Kobe Bryant's retirement and the worst season in team history, the Los Angeles Lakers' quest to rebuild a championship franchise is finally beginning in earnest. The Lakers provided an early look at their $80 million training complex Wednesday while announcing a naming rights deal with UCLA…

    The Associated Press
  • Tim Tebow lands first offer since baseball workout

    At least one team was impressed by Tebow's Tuesday workout.

    Sporting News
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    Jerry Rice calls out Colin Kaepernick

    San Francisco 49ers legend Jerry Rice tweeted his thoughts for QB Colin Kaepernick on Monday night in response to the quarterback's controversial decision to sit for the National Anthem.

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  • Longtime UFC Matchmaker Joe Silva Is Reportedly Preparing To Leave The Company

    Back when mixed martial arts was still a “human cockfight,” Joe Silva was gaining the attention of the original UFC owners with his passion for the budding sport. Like so many fans in the early ’90s, he would become notorious as a VHS tape trader and e-newsletter guy, which the UFC then tapped,…

  • Teddy Bridgewater could have lost his leg, expert says

    Not only did Bridgewater tear his ACL, he suffered a tibiofemoral dislocation — or a dislocated knee joint.

    Sporting News
  • What I learned re-watching the Steelers vs. Saints

    Last night, while I was looking for things to do on a Tuesday night, I decided to flip through the DVR and watch something or clear up some space. I decided to re-watch the preseason game of the Pittsburgh Steelers taking on the New Orleans Saints to fill the void in my evening. In case […] The…

  • Veterans Stand Up For Colin Kaepernick On Social Media With #VeteransForKaepernick Hashtag

    "It's a misconception that every military member is furious at his protest when there are those that are proud."

  • 'Dakburger' will make debut along Cowboys rookie QB Dak Prescott

    When Cowboys rookie QB Dak Prescott takes the field Sept. 11, the "Dakburger" will also make its debut.

    Sporting News
  • The top 25 fantasy football players this year

    The NFL is back and so is fantasy football. There are so many strategy sites out there that...

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    10 Movies With Unfinished Special Effects Shots (10 photos)

    Big-budget movies these days are inordinately complex, with thousands upon thousands of effects shots and deadlines that only get closer and closer. It’s inevitable then some some effects shots slip through the net, or worse, sneak through half-finished…  

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  • Raiders Mailbag: Latavius Murray as a starter, Derek Carr stats and much more

    Latavius Murray, Derek Carr, problems with the defense and much more in this week's Raiders Mailbag. The post Raiders Mailbag: Latavius Murray as a starter, Derek Carr stats and much more appeared first on Cover32.

  • Snubbed Knox admits Ryder Cup will be hard to watch

    (Reuters) - Russell Knox has said watching the Ryder Cup will be a bittersweet experience after the Scot was overlooked by Europe captain Darren Clarke despite being the highest-ranked player outside of the nine automatic qualifying spots. Ryder Cup veterans Lee Westwood and Martin Kaymer, and the…

  • Report: Big 12 narrows expansion list to '6 to 8' schools

    With expansion still an unsettled issue for the Big 12 Conference, Commissioner Bowlsby gave his annual state of the league address to open football media days. The Big 12 has narrowed its list of potential expansion candidates to “six to eight” schools, according to a report on…

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  • Tennis-Bouchard falls at U.S. Open but legal battle continues

    (Changes exasperated to exacerbated in 14th para) By Steve Keating NEW YORK, Aug 30 (Reuters) - Eugenie Bouchard slumped to a first-round defeat at the U.S. Open on Tuesday but the Canadian might yet leave Flushing Meadows a big winner with her lawsuit against the grand slam and United States…

  • An MLB Team Will Likely Sign Tim Tebow, Which Makes Perfect Sense

    From the moment Tim Tebow broke the news that he would be pursuing a baseball career, this day was coming. Tebow engaged in a workout for various Major League Baseball clubs on Tuesday afternoon and, predictably, it was covered as an earth-shattering event.