Daily Archives: 2nd November 2017

Supercars: Scott McLaughlin tops Practice 1, ITM Auckland SuperSprint at Pukekohe

THE chief Supercars championship contenders have locked out the top three spots in the opening practice session for the ITM Auckland SuperSprint. Scott McLaughlin headed DJR Team Penske teammate Fabian Coultahrd by almost two tenths of a second, with points leader Jamie Whincup within quarter of a second of the No. 17 Falcon. Tim Slade and Bathurst winner David Reynolds ...

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An extraordinary start, interrupted: Deshaun Watson by the numbers

7:30 PM ET John Roberts The Deshaun Watson rookie campaign was remarkable — and ultimately way too short. A year ago, the Houston Texans offense was plodding along under quarterback Brock Osweiler, who was the 29th-rated passer and couldn’t … www.espn.com – NFL PLEASE CLICK ON PUBLISHER AT END OF TEXT TO READ THE COMPLETE ARTICLE

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Dan Levy Is Having None Of TV Critic John Doyle's 'Homophobic' Critique

There’s a lot for reviewers to say about “The Great Canadian Baking Show” — Canada’s spin on the “Great British Bake Off” — which premiered on Wednesday. But many people were taken aback by one piece of commentary in particular. PLEASE CLICK ON PUBLISHER AT END OF TEXT TO READ THE COMPLETE ARTICLE

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FIFA FIFPro World11 Predictor winners revealed

FIFA FIFPro World11 2017 Predictor winners revealed One lucky Grand Prize winner of Cristiano Ronaldo signed ball Six runners-up with other incredible prizes on offer Football fans around the globe took part in the FIFA FIFPro World11 2017 Predictor, with fantastic exclusive prizes on offer, and the winners have been revealed! The FIFA FIFPro World11 2017, as voted for by ...

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Baseball agent, trainer sentenced in Cuban player smuggling case

A sports agent and a baseball trainer convicted of illegally smuggling Cuban players into the U.S. have been sentenced to prison. A Miami federal judge on Thursday sentenced agent Bartolo Hernandez to just under four years behind bars and trainer Julio Estrada to a little more than five years. Prosecutors had sought more lengthy sentences for what they called a ...

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Stillwater ready for rematch in Super Bowl

STILLWATER — When this year’s postseason fields were released for the five Section II football tournaments, Stillwater sophomore James Galarneau first eyed where his team landed and the road ahead of it in the Class C postseason. Then, he did the same for Holy Trinity, the lone team that’s topped Stillwater this season. “That’s the team we want,” Galarneau said. ...

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