• Eastern Michigan students protest racist incidents after game

    A few days after racist graffiti was located on Eastern Michigan’s campus, students engaged in a peaceful protest on the field after EMU knocked off Wyoming on Friday night. Throughout the game, a group of students were shown on the CBS Sports Network broadcast assembling in a grassy area behind an…

    Dr. Saturday
  • Updated: Bucs' Austin Seferian-Jenkins jailed after early-morning DUI arrest, cut by team

    Third-year Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins has already been on thin ice with his team, and he made things much worse on Friday morning after being arrested for driving under the influence. The arrest report says Seferian-Jenkins had glassy eyes and his breath smelled of…

    Shutdown Corner
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  • How to Defend Yourself Like Gigi Hadid

    Gigi is used to throwing punches with her trainer Rob Piela, but what was a traumatic situation could have been much worse if she didn’t pack a punch.

    Devon Kelley
  • Matt Kenseth OK with inspection rules change but wishes it was made earlier

    Matt Kenseth finished 9th at Chicago on Sunday (Getty). Matt Kenseth sees why NASCAR made the changes it did to the penalty structure surrounding laser inspection but would have liked to see the change made before the Chase began. NASCAR said Wednesday there would be no more minor penalties for…

    From The Marbles
  • Will Michael Bisping get his revenge on Dan Henderson all these years later?

    Bisping's knockout loss to Hendo at UFC 100 remains one of the most iconic moments in the sport's history -- and it still doesn't sit well with Bisping.

    Dave Doyle
  • Seattle Mariners Suspend Steve Clevenger Over Tweets Labeling Black Lives Matter, Obama 'Pathetic'

    Clevenger posted a series of comments on Twitter on Thursday, two days after Keith Lamont Scott, a 43-year-old black man, was fatally shot by police in Charlotte, North Carolina. The Mariners catcher appeared to suggest that those protesting against Scott’s shooting should be locked up “like…

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  • Spanish court reopens fraud investigation against Neymar

    Spain's High Court said on Friday it had reopened a fraud and corruption investigation into Brazilian soccer player Neymar over his transfer to Barcelona from Santos, after an appeal by the public prosecutor. A High Court judge had initially dropped the charges in July against Neymar and his…

  • Tortorella: Don’t lose your mind over Team USA World Cup failure

    TORONTO – It’s nights like this when you miss the old John Tortorella, the fiery guy who wouldn’t have showered his winless World Cup of Hockey team with platitudes.

    Puck Daddy
  • Sacramento mayor tackles protester who hit him with pie

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A man took a coconut cream pie from a grocery bag, grabbed Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson from behind and smacked him in the face with it at a charity event, leading the former NBA star to start swinging and then tackle the man who was left battered and facing assault…

    Associated Press
  • 15-year-old Brazilian pitcher impresses in WBC qualifier

    15-year-old Eric Pardinho lit up the radar gun in a WBC qualifier. Brazilian pitcher Eric Pardinho made sure at least some major-league teams paid attention to the World Baseball Classic qualifying games during the stretch run of the MLB season. The high heat came during a relief appearance in the…

    Big League Stew
  • Upcoming UFC fight schedule a bit of a mess

    Dana White makes it sound so simple. In a conversation with Yahoo Sports, he said he plans to have lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez defend his belt against unbeaten Khabib Nurmagomedov. Nurmagomedov told Yahoo Sports he’d signed two contracts to fight Alvarez: one for UFC 205 in New York in…

    Kevin Iole
  • Vikings’ Terence Newman says country is ‘moving toward another civil rights war’

    Newman, 38, was in the thick of a police shooting controversy earlier this year with the death of Philando Castle in Falcon Heights, Minn.

    Sporting News
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  • YamatoCannon on Splyce’s chances at League of Legends Worlds: 'We can definitely do some damage'

    At the beginning of 2016, they had just qualified for the EU LCS and were considered by many to be one of weaker teams in the region. Through much of Spring Split 2016, Splyce didn’t do much to change that perception. Splyce came out swinging in Summer.

    Taylor Cocke
  • Heroes in Rio, Ukraine's disabled struggle at home

    Ukraine's team finished in a surprising third place in Brazil ahead of giants like the United States and Germany -- a stunning result for the ex-Soviet nation where disabled people often feel forgotten. "What is your biggest dream?", coach Raisa Lagutenko demands of the children, who have…

  • NCAA rules Villanova's prized freshman ineligible to play this season

    The NCAA ruled Villanova freshman Omari Spellman academically ineligible. Replacing Daniel Ochefu just became a whole lot tougher for reigning national champion Villanova. Omari Spellman, the heralded freshman hailed as Ochefu’s heir apparent at center, has been ruled academically ineligible to…

    The Dagger
  • Serious injuries rare at popular obstacle courses

    By Madeline Kennedy (Reuters Health) - Obstacle course runs like Tough Mudder and Warrior Dash are becoming more popular and are relatively safe for participants, a Canadian study suggests. Only about 1 percent of participants are injured during these races, and most of the injuries are minor and…