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Oklahoma State's receiver group more than just Washington


STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) — James Washington came into the season as the standout receiver for No. 6 Oklahoma State. Now he has a lot of company among the Cowboys’ talented group of wide receivers. Four OSU wideouts, including Washington, recorded at least 100 yards receiving in Oklahoma State’s 59-21 victory …

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TMZ Sports: Boxer Jake LaMotta, the 'Raging Bull', dies at 95


The ‘Raging Bull’ is dead. Jake LaMotta, the legendary boxer who went 83-19 during his career from 1941-52 and battled Sugar Ray Robinson in an epic 6-fight showdown, died Wednesday at 95, according to TMZ Sports. LaMotta died in a nursing home due to complications from pneumonia, his fiancee, Denise Baker, told …

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Federer, Nadal happy to play doubles, Borg to decide


PRAGUE (AP) With Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal at the Laver Cup team tennis tournament, expectations are running high about the chance of seeing the two as doubles partners. The three-day competition kicks off Friday, pitting a team of the best six European players against the top six from the …

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Muguruza beats Puig to reach Pan Pacific quarterfinals


TOKYO (AP) Garbine Muguruza began her reign as No. 1 with a 6-4, 6-0 win over Monica Puig on Wednesday, earning a spot in the quarterfinals of the Pan Pacific Open. Playing in her first tournament since earning the WTA’s top ranking, the Wimbledon champion broke Puig to go up …

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30-year-old kicker from Australia shining for Colorado


BOULDER, Colo. (AP) Don’t address the 30-year-old freshman kicker from Australia as ”Sir.” It makes him feel old. As for any sort of age joke, go ahead, because Colorado’s James Stefanou has heard them all – and usually it’s him cracking them. ”I figure if you make the jokes, they’re …

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Ceremony held to mark 2 years before 2019 Rugby World Cup


TOKYO (AP) Sports fans gathered in Tokyo’s Shibuya entertainment district on Wednesday to mark two years until Japan hosts the 2019 Rugby World Cup, the first time the tournament will be held outside the traditional rugby-playing countries. Rugby World Cup tournament director Alan Gilpin unveiled the Webb Ellis Cup, saying …

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