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  • New generation gets into the pool for U.S.
    The U.S. swim team looks a lot different at these Olympics. Sure, Katie Ledecky is here, but she's surrounded by teenagers, not veterans. Here's why. More

  • Latest conference realignment rumor states SEC in ‘serious contact’ with UM, OSU
    Could you picture a Big Ten that doesn't include Michigan and Ohio State? That is apparently a possibility if you believe this latest rumor on conference realignment. More

  • Yankees takeaways from 5-4 loss to Red Sox, including wasted Domingo German no-hit bid
    A no-hit bid from Domingo German was all for naught as the Yankees’ bullpen blew a masterful start in a 5-4 loss to the Red Sox on Sunday afternoon in Boston. More

  • Maro Itoje warns Lions to prepare for a backlash from South Africa
    The Lions battled back from a 12-3 interval deficit to triumph 22-17 in the first Test. More

  • How much money does Aaron Rodgers want? (A lot of it)
    The recent non-news news that the Packers offered quarterback Aaron Rodgers a five-year contract that would make him the highest-paid player in football omitted (as did the original reporting on the topic) key information regarding guarantees and structure. Rodgers wants to be paid in a way that breaks the team’s current one-year-at-a-time flexibility as to [more] More

  • Day 2 roundup: Men's hoops faceplants, gymnastics gets a challenge, big names out
    Rounding up the big stories from the second day of the Tokyo Olympics. More

  • Winners and losers from the 2021 NHL draft weekend
    NHL teams drafted for the future and also made some major trades. Who are the winners and losers from the weekend? More

  • Russians top Biles, Americans in gymnastics qualifying
    Over the course of two hours on Sunday, the mistakes — some almost imperceptible, some laid bare for the world to see — kept piling up, chipping away at the aura USA Gymnastics has built over the past decade. It still might happen at the Tokyo Olympics. Russia pulled off a stunner in qualifying, posting a top score of 171.629, more than a full point ahead of the U.S. total 170.562. More

  • Chinese weightlifter Li Fabin brings the flair, wins gold after epic one-legged lift
    Chinese weightlifter Li Fabin broke two Olympic records on Sunday and he did so in style. More

  • Race track announcer ousted after going on racist rant over loudspeaker
    Speedway management said the comments made “were not OK, and it will not be happening again” More

  • Basketball shooting robot can’t miss, steals show during USA vs France
    Team USA could have used the robot down the stretch. At halftime of France’s upset win against Team USA, a Japanese basketball shooting robot came out and took three shots — a free throw, a 3-pointer, and a half-court shot. And it couldn’t miss. Robots are taking free throws at the #TokyoOlympics. Automatic. pic.twitter.com/AUoc6zSj4N — More

  • Meet the basketball-shooting robot that will take over the NBA
    The Tokyo Olympics just gave us a vision of a nightmare future: a basketball-shooting robot. More

  • Minjee Lee overcomes seven shot deficit to win her first major
    A week of records at the Evian Championship finished with history being rewritten when Australian Minjee Lee overcame a seven-shot deficit to win her first major. In defeating the overnight leader, Korea’s Jeongeun Lee6, on the first extra hole at the French course, Lee emulated her idol, Karrie Webb, and Patty Sheehan with the largest come-from-behind victories in the 91 years of female majors. It has been quite the month for the Lee family. Three weeks ago Lee’s brother, Min Woo, won the Scott More

  • Winners and Losers from 2021 NHL Draft weekend
    Looking at all of the winners and losers from the NHL draft weekend, including all of the roster transactions around the league. More

  • Sen. Ted Cruz Swings At Cleveland Baseball Team's Name Change, Spectacularly Misses
    Twitter users went to bat for the Cleveland Guardians over the Texas Republican's post. More

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