Month: September 2021

11:37 AM ET The United States will enter the Ryder Cup as the betting favorite over the Europeans, and bettors are somewhat divided which side will prevail this week at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin. The Americans are -200 favorites to defeat the Europeans, according to Caesars Sportsbook, despite having lost four of the past five
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11:27 PM ET Miesha Tate‘s second fight during her comeback run with the UFC will have to wait. The popular former UFC women’s bantamweight champion has tested positive for COVID-19, and her main event bout with Ketlen Vieira is off the UFC Fight Night card Oct. 16 in Las Vegas, Tate’s manager Josh Jones told
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4:20 PM ET EAGAN, Minn. — Dalvin Cook racked up 148 all-purpose yards and a right ankle injury that was classified as a “little sprain” by Vikings coach Mike Zimmer late in Minnesota’s 34-33 loss to the Arizona Cardinals. Yet despite Cook’s injury, the Vikings still plan to use him as they normally would when
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3:42 PM ET Andy Murray saw off Vasek Pospisil in straight sets to advance into the quarterfinals at the Moselle Open in Metz on Wednesday. The three-time Grand Slam champion eased to a 6-3, 6-3 victory, reaching his first ATP Tour quarterfinal this year. Murray, 34, dominated the opening exchanges, nearly breaking Pospisil in the
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SunRisers Hyderabad head coach Trevor Bayliss has asserted that their pacer T Natarajan’s positive COVID-19 result did not impact their performance against Delhi Capitals on Wednesday since all the players are used to last-minute setbacks. The game went ahead after other members of SRH squad tested negative but Delhi Capitals cruised to an eight-wicket win
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2:33 AM BST ESPN staff World Rugby has reinforced its commitment to improving player welfare with the introduction of guidelines for the amount of contact and set-piece training undertaken each week. In conjunction with International Rugby Players [IRP], World Rugby has created guidelines that will seek to reduce the amount of injuries “while maintaining or
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11:35 PM ET Mike CoppingerESPN Oscar Valdez wasn’t the only person to be scrutinized by the boxing world after he tested positive for the banned substance phentermine ahead of his victory over Robson Conceicao earlier this month. His trainer, Mexico’s Eddy Reynoso, was dragged into the controversy, and had his reputation called into question by
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3:48 PM ET Associated Press ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Tampa Bay Rays center fielder Kevin Kiermaier is “shocked to see what has transpired” and finds the reaction “just hard to believe” to his scooping up a scouting card that fell out of Toronto catcher Alejandro Kirk’s wristband. Kiermaier reiterated before Wednesday’s series finale that he
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