Month: November 2017

Which preseason playoff lock is in the deepest trouble? Greg Wyshynski: Considering that Bruce Boudreau has spent just one season out of the postseason — 2011-12, when he was fired in Washington and then hired in Anaheim — it was safe to assume that the Minnesota Wild would make the Western Conference playoffs. Instead, the
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HAINAN, China — Ashleigh Buhai shot a 4-under 68 Thursday to take a one-stroke lead after the second round of the Blue Bay LPGA tournament. The South African birdied four of the last seven holes, including a difficult chip-in on the par-4 12th, to finish at 9-under 135 overall, one shot ahead of Shanshan Feng
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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Tennessee coach Butch Jones said it will be a “game-time decision” on whether quarterback Jarrett Guarantano plays Saturday at Missouri. Jones had said at his Monday and Wednesday press conferences that Guarantano’s status was “probable” for the Missouri game. Jones clarified the situation Wednesday night on his “Vol Calls” radio show by
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HONOLULU — Mixed martial arts fighter Angela Lee is recovering after a car accident in Hawaii. The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported the ONE Championship female world atomweight champion will miss her title defense scheduled for Nov. 24 in Singapore. ONE Championship CEO Chatri Sityodtong wrote on his Facebook page Lee was driving to training on Monday
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THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. — Malcolm Brown, Todd Gurley’s backup at running back, injured an MCL in the second half of Sunday’s win and is “going to be out for a little bit of time,” Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay said after Wednesday’s practice. Brown’s absence could open a role for Lance Dunbar, who is
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Gloucester’s Jonny May looks set to miss England’s first autumn international against Argentina due to a hamstring injury, while Anthony Watson and Elliot Daly look poised to start on the wings. May’s hamstring strain has made him unlikely to participate at Twickenham on Saturday, according to forwards coach Steve Borthwick, to simplify the back three
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