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Moos: Harbaugh, Meyer a 'bit scared' of Frost

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer Close College football reporter. Joined ESPN.com in 2008. Graduate of Northwestern University. Follow on Twitter Nebraska athletic director Bill Moos thinks the Big Ten's two highest-profile coaches are "running a little bit scared right now" of the Huskers

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With team going so badly, Joey Votto's slow start looks even worse

Chances are high that the Cincinnati Reds will post their fourth consecutive season of at least 90 losses, after the team's historically poor start of 3-18. This is not the first time that Joey Votto has endured a slow April, which is typically the worst hitting month of his Reds career. Votto entered

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Tuesday's Orioles-Rays game postponed; makeup game scheduled as part of May 12 doubleheader

Tuesday night's series opener between the Orioles and the visiting Tampa Bay Rays was postponed because of a bad weather forecast, with the game rescheduled as part of a Saturday, May 12, doubleheader. That day will feature a single-admission doubleheader at 3:05 p.m., with the second game starting

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