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Daily Archives: 4th February 2018

6N: France has 3 players out injured for Scotland game

PARIS (AP) France’s Six Nations defeat against Ireland has led to flyhalf Matthieu Jalibert, scrumhalf Antoine Dupont and flanker Kevin Gourdon being ruled out of the next match against Scotland with injuries. The 19-year-old Jalibert, who made his test debut in Saturday’s dramatic 15-13 loss, injured his left knee and hobbled off after 30 minutes. Dupont, on as a second-half ...

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Justin Trudeau Meets With Yazidi Refugee Emad Mishko Tamo

WINNIPEG — A Yazidi boy who was held captive for three years by Iraqi militants got his wish to meet with Justin Trudeau, simply by showing up to the prime minister’s town hall meeting in Winnipeg. Thirteen-year-old Emad Mishko Tamo made a video appeal to Trudeau that was posted to social media by the Yazidi Association of Manitoba last month. ...

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England starts 6 Nations defense by crushing Italy 46-15

ROME (AP) England successfully began its bid for a record third straight outright Six Nations title with seven tries but it could be left counting the cost of Sunday’s 46-15 win in Italy after injury to Ben Youngs. Youngs was carted off on a stretcher less than 10 minutes into his 56th start for England, which overtook Matt Dawson’s record ...

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Thunder vs. Lakers odds: NBA picks from proven computer model

It’s a Sunday showdown in Oklahoma City as the Thunder host the Los Angeles Lakers at 2 p.m. ET in a nationally televised contest on ABC. The Thunder opened as 10-point favorites and now are laying 9.5. The Over-Under, or total number of points Vegas thinks will be scored, has inched up from … CBSSports.com NBA Headlines

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Super Bowl LII: ESPN staff picks

Todd Archer, Cowboys reporter 26-20 Sarah Barshop, Texans reporter 23-20 Dane Beavers, ESPN.com editor 30-27 Stephania Bell, Injury analyst<… www.espn.com – NFL

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Eagles check egos at the door in run to Super Bowl

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (AP) — Bill Belichick’s impressive resume makes it easy for the five-time championship head coach to mandate that players check their egos before joining the New England Patriots. Doug Pederson didn’t have a hard sell, either. The Philadelphia Eagles are an unselfish group that prioritizes winning over personal accomplishments. It’s a major reason why the Eagles (15-3) are ...

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