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Daily Archives: 2nd October 2017

Eagles' fans leave Chargers feeling home alone

12:53 AM ET CARSON, Calif. — Winless on the team’s three-game homestand in a new city, the Los Angeles Chargers can point to one thing that has been consistent: opposing fans taking over the stadium. It started with the Miami Dolphins, when some Chargers’ players initially thought Y… www.espn.com – NFL

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Schroder aims to learn from arrest: 'Everybody makes mistakes'

Dennis Schroder is ready to move on from his mistake. The Atlanta Hawks point guard spoke publicly for the first time since he was arrested on charges of misdemeanor battery. “I’ve been here four years,” he said, as quoted by <a href="http://www.ajc.com/sports/basketball/hawks… NBA | theScore

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How this group of Royals brought baseball back to Kansas City

In 2010 I started covering the Kansas City Royals and back then if you said you saw a light at the end of the tunnel, longtime Royals fans would assure it was an oncoming train. The Royals hadn’t had a winning season since 2003 and hadn’t been to the playoffs since the discovery of fire. But early on in my ...

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Super Bowl champion, US Marine talk pigskin and politics

ATLANTA (CBS46) – It’s week four of NFL football and outside Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium, excitement is pushing level 10. The Buffalo Bills are in town—bringing their northern New York attitude down South.  “Win, lose or tie; Bills ‘til I die,” said Buffalo fan Matthew Bullen. “We support our team no matter what.” Judging from the black-and-red jerseys on Atlanta city ...

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That escalated quickly: Seahawks roll over Colts with 2nd-half explosion

If you’re a supporter of the Indianapolis Colts, you must be wondering what went awry. A strong start saw the road underdogs keep pace with the Seattle Seahawks for the majority of the game, and a win seemed to be in reach with when the two sides sat tied at 18 with 4:57 remaining in the third quarter. How quickly ...

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Average MLB game time record 3 hours, 5 minutes this season

NEW YORK (AP) The average time of a nine-inning game in the major leagues rose 4+ minutes this season to a record 3 hours, 5 minutes, 11 seconds, according to the commissioner’s office. This year’s average, determined after Sunday’s regular-season finale, was up from 3 hours, 42 seconds last year. MLB’s average had dropped to 2:56 in 2015 from 3:02 ...

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