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FSU coach Jimbo Fisher has verbal altercation with fan after loss

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher said he regretted getting into a verbal altercation with a fan after the Seminoles’ 31-28 loss to Louisville on Saturday. Fisher was angry after a fan kept yelling that the program needs to hire new coaches. Fisher looked up at the stands and yelled that the fan should come down and ...

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Blaney leads final Kansas practice

Ryan Blaney was fastest in final practice at Kansas with a lap of 182.057 mph. Behind Blaney were two fellow playoff drivers in Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick. Busch was second fastest at 181.843 mph while Harvick’s fastest lap was 181.720 mph. Completing the top five were Daniel Suarez at 181.665 mph and his Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Matt Kenseth. ...

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Lawrence's 6TD passes lead San Diego past Jacksonville 63-10 (Oct 21, 2017)

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) Anthony Lawrence threw a career-high six touchdown passes – one off the school record – and San Diego won its 17th straight Pioneer Football League game crushing Jacksonville 63-10 on Saturday. Lawrence threw two first quarter scores, both to Nate Loya for 24 and 32 yards. He threw two more in the second, both to Ross Dwelley, ...

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F1 – Hamilton edges Vettel in tight battle at top in final practice at COTA

F1 – 2017 United States Grand Prix – Free Practice 3  Lewis Hamilton maintained his grip on top spot in practice for the United States Grand Prix, but the Mercedes driver was pushed hard by a much-improved Ferrari, with Sebastian Vettel getting to within a tenth of a second of the championship leader in FP3 at the Circuit of the ...

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Goerges ends 6-year title wait with victory at Kremlin Cup

MOSCOW (AP) Julia Goerges ended her six-year wait for another WTA singles title by defeating Daria Kasatkina 6-1, 6-2 in the Kremlin Cup final on Saturday. The German swept the first five games before Kasatkina got on the board. Kasatkina put up more resistance at the start of the second, forcing three break points in Goerges’ first service game, but ...

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Johnson struggles to regain rhythm ahead of playoff cutoff

As Jimmie Johnson & Company continue to find the answer to their qualifying woes, the defending series champion has begun exploring a new area: Himself. Or more specifically, his rhythm. “It seems that the more effort we put into it, in some respects I think we’re overthinking it – or I’m overthinking it and causing more problems,” Johnson told RACER. ...

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