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ALCS Game 5 Updates Judges RBI Double Extends Yankees Lead To 2-0

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — For the first time in three postseason meetings, the Yankees are scoring off Astros ace Dallas Keuchel. Starlin Castro scored on Greg Bird's two-out single in the second inning and Aaron Judge's double in the third inning scored Brett Gardner from first base. After four

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KaRaun Kyzir White continue family legacy at West Virginia

Ka'Raun and Kyzir White are adding to the family legacy started by their older brother at No. 23 West Virginia. Kevin White stamped his place in Mountaineer lore after a senior season in 2014 that earned him second-team all-America honors with 1,447 receiving yards, the second most in school history. Ka'Raun and Kyzir White followed Kevin from Pennsylvania's Lackawanna Junior College to West Virginia and have boosted their own name recognition this season.

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ESPN apologized to Washington over cupcake stunt during broadcast

It seems that budding feud between ESPN, Washington and Huskies head coach Chris Petersen is starting to die down just a bit. ESPN has apologized to the school for a stunt on a broadcast two weeks ago during the Washington-Cal game, in which commentators took the team’s weak non-conference schedule to task and used literal cupcakes to represent the Huskies’ opponents during the first few weeks of the season. “I felt more like that was such a disrespectful move for the people we play,” athletic director Jen Cohen told the Seattle Times. “For those that do this, we do this because we love the kids. These are somebody’s sons, somebody’s brothers. They’re 18- to 22-year-old kids, and so I was more

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Reuben Foster reflects apologizes for club incident Kyle Shanahan not upset

Late Monday night at around 2 a.m. local time, San Francisco 49ers‘ linebackers Reuben Foster and Ray-Ray Armstrong were held at gunpoint. San Francisco 49ers linebacker Reuben Foster was held at gunpoint late Monday night, along with teammate Ray-Ray Armstrong.

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