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Packers look a little healthier at Wednesday’s practice

Over the years, the Packers have been able to count on Aaron Rodgers coming up with ways to cover for players missing due to injury while still winning games. That won’t be an option for them this year. Rodgers is out with a broken right collarbone and that makes it all the more important that [ more

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Five things were keeping an eye on entering the second half of the 2017 season

Saturday taught us college football is still the best game in the world. Just when we were settling in for Alabama-Clemson III, everything changed. And that's only halfway through the season. While we're digesting the first half, here are five things to look forward to in the second half of the 2017 season. When the commissioners began seriously considering expansion of the BCS about 10 years ago, they determined it would be the best teams -- not necessarily conference champions -- playing for it all. At the halfway point, that leads to the possibility of two teams from the same conference getting in the top four. The most likely scenario is an undefeated No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide losing the

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Hadens arrival hastens maturation of Steelers secondary

The defensive game plan for Joe Haden was always pretty simple for the two-time Pro Bowl cornerback during his time Cleveland, particularly whenever the Browns faced Cincinnati. All Haden had to do before every snap was locate Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green coming out of the huddle, then shadow Green

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Astros bullpen looking to adjust in Game 5 after collapse vs Yankees

Ken Giles was not going to give in to the crowd or the pressure of the moment. The Astros closer isn't going to second guess himself, maybe just looking to adjust a little. The 2-2 slider he threw to Aaron Judge in the eighth inning of Tuesday night's game was a good pitch, he maintained even

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Athletic director Tom Jurich officially fired by Louisville board

It’s official: Tom Jurich is out as Louisville’s athletic director. The Cardinals board of directors voted 10-3 to oust the embattled AD on Wednesday afternoon, completing a pair of sweeping changes in the department following the growing college basketball scandal that has enveloped the school. Once one of the most powerful people in college athletics, Jurich was fighting to remain in his job ever since he was placed on administrative leave after the U.S. Attorney’s office in New York announced details of a wide-ranging investigation. Vincent Tyra will continue to serve as acting athletic director until a permanent hire is made. Perhaps the biggest effect on the football program following Jurich’s

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