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THR Sports Issue: RGIII Fronts Thursday Night Football Preview

With football season on the horizon, the NFL must prove it can deliver on Thursday nights — despite risks of overexposure and player injuries. As Leslie Moonves told CBS Sports chairman Sean McManus after they won the package: "Now the work really begins." read more

Football Paper Talk

A look at the football transfer gossip in the day's national newspapers.

Street basketball player tweets ‘I’m alive’ day before dying

A popular street basketball player died Thursday after tweeting “Thank God for another day alive” the day before. James “Stixx” Williams, 34, of Brooklyn, died after suffering a heart attack...

Tennis stars align at Stanford tournament

Stanford will become the center of the tennis universe again next week with plenty of the brightest stars in the women's game on hand, including the Williams sisters, Venus and Serena.

Baseball-Highlights of Friday's MLB games

Highlights of Friday's Major League Baseball games - - - Yankees 6, Blue Jays 4 Ichiro Suzuki hit a go-ahead three-run home run with one out in the bottom of the third inning and the New York Yankees extended their home winning streak over the Toronto Blue Jays to 17 games with a 6-4 victory. Suzuki ended a drought of 294 homerless at-bats when he drove a 1-1 curveball from Toronto left-hander ...

Football Scrimmage Line Scam Gets Sacked by the SEC

NEW YORK ( MainStreet ) — The virtual "1st and Ten" yellow line electronically painted on our television screens was a football innovation launched 16 years ago on an ESPN "Sunday Night Football" broadcast.

Upswing in golf course communities

Developing upscale, master-planned golf course communities has been Kenneth Horton’s business since he first arrived in the metro area 32 years ago.

Lakers mum on report Scott offered coaching job

File photo of Byron Scott, who, reports say, has been offered the head coaching job at the Los Angeles Lakers, although the team has refused to comment on the issue Los Angeles (AFP) - The Los Angeles Lakers declined to comment on reports they had offered Byron Scott their head coaching job.


Soccer coach accused of molesting a child at soccer camp

A soccer coach accused of molesting a child allegedly committed the lewd act during the lunch hour of the soccer camp he was working at, according to police. Jesse Schlicker, 26, of Livermore worked as a strength and speed coach in a soccer camp program at Cabernet Indoor Sports. He has since been suspended following his arrest on Tuesday and formally restrained from the premises. Management at ...

Tennis pro talks on-court proposal

On a small tennis court in the Netherlands, love took center-stage. It had all the ingredients of a romantic fairytale -- the nervous suitor down on one knee in front of a crowd of strangers, hoping that months of planning would win the heart of the girl of his dreams.

Navy to allow sailors to wear baseball caps more

NORFOLK Sailors stationed in Norfolk and across the country rejoiced this month when the Navy announced plans to rework a few paragraphs in its nearly 400-page uniform policy.

Furyk seizes share of Canadian Open lead

Jim Furyk tees off on the eighth hole during the second round of the RBC Canadian Open at the Royal Montreal Golf Club on July 25, 2014 in Montreal US veteran Jim Furyk fired a bogey-free seven-under 63 on Friday to seize a share of the Canadian Open second-round lead alongside Tim Petrovic with home hope Graham DeLaet lurking. Petrovic joined Furyk on 10-under 130 with a four-under par 66, while DeLaet, like Furyk, matched the Royal Montreal Golf Club's Blue Course record with a 63 for 132. DeLaet shared third place on eight-under with American Kyle Stanley, who posted a 67. Northern Ireland's Graeme McDowell carded a 65 for 133, heading a group that also included American Justin Hicks (67), Scott Brown (66) and Andrew Svoboda (66).


US LPGA stars hope Phelps' golden touch rubs off

US golfer Paula Creamer tees off during the second round of the LGPA International Crown at Caves Valley Golf Club in Owings Mills, Maryland, on July 25, 2014 For America's team of LPGA stars at the International Crown, winning twice Friday after a humbling start was nice, but handshakes with US Olympic swim star Michael Phelps were priceless. Phelps, whose record haul of 22 Olympic medals includes 18 golds, greeted Paula Creamer and Stacy Lewis at the eighth hole of their 2-up triumph over Spain's Azahara Munoz and Carlotta Ciganda in the eight-team global match-play event. "I have to say that the highlight of the day was shaking Michael Phelps's hand," Creamer said. "Yeah, Michael Phelps, I almost fell over."


DeLaet well placed to end Canadian title drought

PGA: RBC Canadian Open-Second Round (Reuters) - Canada's Graham DeLaet has his sights set on ending one of golf's oldest title droughts, and was in "a great position" just two shots behind leaders Jim Furyk and Tim Petrovic after the Canadian Open second round in Montreal. No Canadian has won the country's national open since Pat Fletcher in 1954, and DeLaet will start the weekend within striking distance after reeling off nine birdies in a seven-under-par 63 on Royal Montreal's Blue Course on Friday. Not since Mike Weir led at the halfway mark 10 years ago has a Canadian been so well-placed after two rounds. Left-hander Weir went on to lose to Vijay Singh in a playoff.


Baseball-Major League Baseball roundup

Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz, who left Thursday's game in the ninth inning with back spasms, was in the lineup on Friday to face Tampa Bay Rays left-hander David Price. "He received some treatment earlier today, swung the bat in the cage, he's fit and ready to go tonight," Red Sox manager John Farrell said. Ortiz, who has four home runs in his past four games, said he first experienced ...

Lakers close to naming Scott as coach: reports

Cavaliers head coach Byron Scott walks off the court after being ejected during their NBA basketball game in Toronto By Mark Lamport-Stokes LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Three months after coach Mike D'Antoni resigned, the struggling Los Angeles Lakers are expected to offer former player Byron Scott the job, multiple media outlets reported on Friday. According to ESPN and the Los Angeles Times, the Lakers have begun contract negotiations with Scott and are likely to reach an agreement within the next few days. Scott, 53, was a three-time NBA champion with the Lakers during their triumphant 'Showtime' era in the 1980s and has worked as a head coach in the league for 13 years, most recently with the Cleveland Cavaliers.


Football: Gregorius signs with Japanese club

Football Ferns striker Sarah Gregorius is set for another exciting chapter in her globe-trotting football story, signing for Japanese Nadeshiko League club AS Eflen Saitama.

Seahawks star Lynch absent from training camp

Marshawn Lynch #24 of the Seattle Seahawks sits in front of the media during an availability January 29, 2014 in Jersey City, New Jersey As expected, star running back Marshawn Lynch failed to show for the first day of Super Bowl champion Seattle's pre-season training camp over contract issues. Seahawks general manager John Schneider addressed the situation on the team's flagship radio station without saying whether the team was willing to satisfy Lynch's demand to restructure the last two years on his contract. Lynch ran 301 times for 1,257 yards and 12 touchdowns and caught 36 passes for 316 yards and two touchdowns, last season to help Seattle reach the Super Bowl, where they routed Denver 43-8.


Unbeaten Japan leads Crown chase after fightback

Japanese golfer Sakura Yokomine tees off during the LGPA International Crown at Caves Valley Golf Club in Owings Mills, Maryland, on July 25, 2014 Sakura Yokomine sank a 15-foot par putt at 18 to complete an astonishing fightback and keep Japan undefeated and atop the field Friday at the LPGA International Crown matches. Standing 6-down with seven holes to play, Yokomine and Ai Miyazato rallied to split two points with Australia's Katherine Kirk and Lindsey Wright. Mika Miyazato and Mamiko Higa also rallied in a 3-and-2 win over Karrie Webb and Minjee Lee. Thailand were next on five points and Taiwan, South Korea and the United States all had four points entering Saturday's final four-ball matches.


3-Year-Old Golf Prodigy Has PGA Tour Dreams

"Baby James" Recently Competed As The Youngest Child In a Golf Tournament

Wizards' Wall added to U.S. national team roster

NBA: Playoffs-Indiana Pacers at Washington Wizards (Reuters) - NBA All-Star guard John Wall of the Washington Wizards has been added to the U.S. national team roster following the withdrawal of Los Angeles Clippers power forward Blake Griffin, USA Basketball announced on Friday. "We are excited that John is now able to participate in our training camp. He had an outstanding season with the Wizards and was a strong performer for us at last year's national team mini-camp," USA Basketball chief Jerry Colangelo said in a statement.


Basketball-Wizards' Wall added to U.S. national team roster

NBA All-Star guard John Wall of the Washington Wizards has been added to the U.S. national team roster following the withdrawal of Los Angeles Clippers power forward Blake Griffin, USA Basketball announced on Friday. "We are excited that John is now able to participate in our training camp. He had an outstanding season with the Wizards and was a strong performer for us at last year's national ...

Wall in, Griffin out of US World Cup training camp

John Wall #2 of the Washington Wizards celebrates in the 102-79 win over the Indiana Pacers during the 2014 NBA Playoffs at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on May 13, 2014 in Indianapolis, Indiana NBA All-Star guard John Wall was added Friday to the US squad for a pre-World Cup training camp while Blake Griffin of the Los Angeles Lakers withdrew from 2014 national team duty. Jerry Colangelo, USA Basketball's managing director of the national team, made the announcement, which comes three days before the start of training camp in Las Vegas on Monday.


Charlie Strong Demanding Change In Texas Football Culture

Texas Head Football coach Charlie Strong was hired to bring an immediate change to the University of Texas' football fortunes. He is wasting no time in creating a culture of discipline and responsibility. He has moved rapidly in dismissing seven incumbent players from the program for violation of team rules. His dramatic wake up call sends a message to the players, administration, and alums that ...

With Nibali in command, Tour is about 2nd place

Lithuania's Ramunas Navardauskas crosses the finish line to win the nineteenth stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 208.5 kilometers (129.6 miles) with start in Maubourguet and finish in Bergerac, France, Friday, July 25, 2014. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong) BERGERAC, France (AP) — Ramunas Navardauskas gave Lithuania and his American team a stage victory Friday at the Tour de France. Now cycling's great showcase is reduced to this — the race for second place behind Vincenzo Nibali.


India tennis star Mirza cries over Pakistan taunt

Indian tennis star Sania Mirza, a Muslim wed to a Pakistani cricketer, broke down in tears Friday after being described by a Hindu nationalist politician as "Pakistan's daughter-in-law" and unfit to be an Indian representative. Mirza, 27, who is married to Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik, wiped away tears as she told India's NDTV network she was tired of continually being forced to defend her ...

Inductee La Russa says let steroid era players in Hall

MLB: Baltimore Orioles at Oakland Athletics (Reuters) - Tony La Russa, who will be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday, believes there is room in the Hall for tainted stars from the so-called Steroids Era. Pitcher Roger Clemens and sluggers Barry Bonds and Mark McGwire should be included in the shrine as stars of their generation, attached with an asterisk to note the questions that surround their achievements, former manager La Russa told ESPN. Those players deserve recognition as the best of their time despite being linked to performance enhancers, said La Russa, who will join five other new inductees at Cooperstown this weekend. “If you were a Hall of Famer during that period as far as your pitching and playing, I would create some kind of asterisk, where everybody understands that, ‘Look, we have some questions, but you were still the dominant pitchers and players of your time,'” said La Russa.


Basketball - Wall in, Griffin out of US World Cup training camp

- NBA All-Star guard John Wall was added Friday to the US squad for a pre-World Cup training camp while Blake Griffin of the Los Angeles Lakers withdrew from 2014 national team duty. Jerry Colangelo, USA Basketball's managing director of the national team, made the announcement, which comes three days before the start of training camp in Las Vegas on Monday.

Baseball-Inductee La Russa says let steroid era players in Hall

Tony La Russa, who will be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday, believes there is room in the Hall for tainted stars from the so-called Steroids Era. Pitcher Roger Clemens and sluggers Barry Bonds and Mark McGwire should be included in the shrine as stars of their generation, attached with an asterisk to note the questions that surround their achievements, former manager ...

Baseball's New Playoff Format Has Killed The Trade Deadline

A month ago it looked as if Major League...

Under The Radar Basketball Stories: Sterling Boycott, Mudiay Goes Overseas, Van Gundy Decides Next Move

Had NBA commissioner Adam Silver not reacted so quickly and forcefully, I think the Clippers and Golden State Warriors would have staged a boycott of Game 5 of their Western Conference Quarterfinals series.

Washington Kastles to play for fourth straight World Team Tennis title

Washington’s World Team Tennis team will play for its fifth title in six years on Sunday.

Manu Ginobili and the final stand against the Argentine Basketball Federation

With the foundation they've laid for the future of basketball in their country crumbling around them, the final chapter penned by the historic core of Argentina's national team may be its most important.

Horsey takes two-shot lead into weekend at Russian Open

David Horsey of England tees off during the Avantha Masters golf tournament in Greater Noida, on the outskirts of New Delhi, on March 14, 2013 Englishman David Horsey picked up four birdies over his final six holes to move two shots clear after the second round of the Russian Open on Friday. The 29-year-old, who hasn't tasted a European victory since Morocco three years ago, carded a 68 to follow his opening round 65, as he carries a narrow advantage into the weekend over Belgian rookie Thomas Pieters. He is now 11 under par on the par 72 Tseleevo Golf and Polo Club. Scotland's Pete Whiteford, who has missed the cut at his last eight tournaments, lies in third place and four shots back after a one under par 71 that at one point saw him four over par for the day.


How to be good in tennis—and in academics

He dreams of becoming a professional tennis player, considers family very important in his life, and maintains a high academic standing. Today, such is life to 17-year-old Betto Orendain.

Real Madrid, Atletico bring Spanish soccer to Bay Area

Spanish soccer rivals Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid to appear this weekend in Bay Area, including final game at Candlestick Park.

7'5 center Tacko Fall is your new favorite college basketball recruit

Meet the tallest high school basketball player in the country. Each 1 Teach 1 might be the only grassroots basketball team in the country talented enough to divert the spotlight away from Tacko Fall. The Florida-based squad has the best player in the country in Australian-bred point-forward Ben Simmons. It also has one of the best pure scorers in the class of 2015 in guard Antonio Blakeney and a ...

Navardauskas wins Stage 19 of Tour de France

Lithuania's Ramunas Navardauskas crosses the finish line to win the nineteenth stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 208.5 kilometers (129.6 miles) with start in Maubourguet and finish in Bergerac, France, Friday, July 25, 2014. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong) BERGERAC, France (AP) — Ramunas Navardauskas of Lithuania led a late breakaway in a downpour to win the 19th Stage of the Tour de France on Friday after hitching a ride with his Garmin-Sharp teammates.


Golf: Top golfer overlooked for tournament

The omission of one of the country's top female golfers for the world teams championship in Japan later this year has caused a storm in amateur circles.Chantelle Cassidy, who won the New Zealand amateur championship in April, was...

Golf-European Tour Russian Open scores

July 25 (Infostrada Sports) - Scores from the European Tour Russian Open at the par-72 course on Friday in Moscow. The cut was set at 146. ...

6 Newest Members Of The National Baseball Hall Of Fame

Taking place in Cooperstown, NY, six baseball players/managers will be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. The official induction ceremony will take place Sunday, July 27th.

Massachusetts judge won't toss murder charge against ex-NFL player

Former NFL player Aaron Hernandez attends hearing in Bristol County Superior Court in Fall River, Massachusetts By Elizabeth Barber BOSTON (Reuters) - A Massachusetts judge refused to toss out murder and firearms charges against ex-New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez in last summer's killing of a semi-professional soccer player. Bristol Superior Court Judge Susan Garsh in a ruling late Thursday rejected the defense's argument that prosecutors lack probable cause to charge Hernandez in the execution-style slaying of Odin Lloyd, 27, near Hernandez's home in North Attleborough, Massachusetts, about 30 miles (48 km) south of Boston. Hernandez, 24, has pleaded not guilty to all charges, including five counts related to illegal firearms possession. A tight end and one of the league's top franchises, Hernandez had been a rising NFL star before he lost his $41 million contract with the New England Patriots.


FIFA rejects calls to strip Russia of World Cup

In this photo taken on Sunday, July 13, 2014, FIFA President Sepp Blatter, left, and Russian President Vladimir Putin are seen during the official ceremony of handover to Russia as the 2018 World Cup hosts, after the World Cup final soccer match between Germany and Argentina at the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (AP Photo/RIA-Novosti, Alexei Nikolsky, Presidential Press Service) GENEVA (AP) — FIFA rejected calls to move the 2018 World Cup from Russia, saying the tournament "can achieve positive change."


Rule change: Blood and bumps at Commonwealth Games

Michael Conlan of Northern Ireland, left, fights Matthew Martin from Nauru during their men's bantam weight (56kg) boxing bout at the Commonwealth Games Glasgow 2014, in Glasgow, Scotland, Friday, July, 25, 2014. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant) GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) — It was the first bout of the boxing competition at the Commonwealth Games. Within minutes, Mathew Martin of Nauru had a large lump on his head from a punch. Northern Ireland's Michael Conlan, who won unanimously on points, had blood streaming down his face.


Mercedes drivers fastest in Hungarian GP practice

Britain's Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes waits in the paddock during the first practice session at the Hungarian Formula One Grand Prix in Budapest, Hungary, Friday, July 25, 2014. The Hungarian Formula One Grand Prix will be held on Sunday, July, 27, 2014. (AP Photo/MTI, Szilard Koszticsak) BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — Lewis Hamilton posted the fastest time in the first and second practices for the Hungarian Grand Prix on Friday, with Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg second.


Between Josh Huestis and Emmanuel Mudiay, a squeeze is coming for college basketball

The low and high ends of college basketball's talent spectrum got new reasons to avoid college basketball this week. When Josh Huestis was drafted by the Oklahoma City Thunder, I was ... well, amused. And snarky. Kudos to someone in the OKC organization for watching Stanford games to see Josh Huestis. — Andy Hutchins (@AndyHutchins) June 27, 2014 It's not that I have anything against Huestis ...

Israeli team's soccer match in Austria moved on security grounds

A soccer match to be played in Austria on Saturday by Maccabi Haifa and Paderborn has been moved to a new venue due to security concerns after a violent anti-Israel protest disrupted the Israeli team's last game in the Alpine republic. The match will now take place in the town of Leogang in Salzburg province, where Maccabi Haifa's training camp is located, after the town of Kirchbichl, about 60 ...

Security Concerns Force Cancellation of Israeli Team's Soccer Match

A friendly soccer match between Israeli club Maccabi Haifa and the Austrian Bundesliga-based Paderborn has been canceled over security concerns, according to officials in Kirchbichi, the Austrian town where the game would have been played. The decision comes after the Israeli team's last match against French club Lille in Bischofshofen, a town near Salzburg, on Wednesday prematurely ended in ...

Love match: Tennis proposal on court

On a small tennis court in the Netherlands, love took center-stage. It had all the ingredients of a romantic fairytale -- the nervous suitor down on one knee in front of a crowd of strangers, hoping that months of planning would win the heart of the girl of his dreams.
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