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Clemson LB Boulware on penalty for suplex: ‘I’m too strong’

Ben Boulware is developing a reputation for being a player whose tackles create controversies. And he’s not exactly playing the victim card too well. The Clemson linebacker received a penalty for doing a “suplex” tackle against Syracuse on Saturday (video here). There is no specific rule against such a tackle, but officials frown upon it and gave Boulware a penalty. All Clemson...
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November 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Rams fans boo Case Keenum, chant for Jared Goff

  Sick of seeing their offense unable to score, Los Angeles Rams fans began chanting for Jared Goff during the first half of Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers. According to multiple reporters in attendance, Rams fans started booing quarterback Case Keenum in the second quarter of the game. Case Keenum badly underthrows a receiver on first down and gets loudly booed...
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November 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Reggie Jackson cleared to return to basketball activities

The Detroit Pistons have won four of their first six games of the season, and their fortunes appear to be further on the upswing. Pistons head coach Stan Van Gundy said on Sunday that point guard Reggie Jackson, who has been sidelined since early October with knee tendinitis, will return to basketball activities on Monday, four weeks into his rehab, per Rod Beard of the Detroit...
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November 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Golden Tate fancy footwork helps Lions win in overtime (Video)

The Detroit Lions picked up a huge comeback win in Minnesota on Sunday, and they had Golden Tate’s swift footwork to thank. On the first drive of overtime, the Lions drove into the Viking half of the field. Matthew Stafford found Tate at the 15 yard line. He somehow managed to stay in bounds on a full turn, make three defenders miss, and flip his way into the end zone for the game...
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November 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Steelers’ Chris Boswell has worst onside kick attempt ever (Video)

The Pittsburgh Steelers got creative with their onside kick attempt against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, and it backfired. Kicker Chris Boswell tried to do one of those fake kicks to one side and swing the leg back so the ball goes to the other side, but he ended up kicking the ball into his lead leg and the ball didn’t go anywhere. It was the onside kick equivalent of a face...
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November 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Ryan Fitzpatrick briefly leaves game after blow to knee

New York Jets quarterback Ryan Fitpatrick briefly left Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday after taking a blow to his knee. Fitzpatrick was replaced by Bryce Petty to start the fourth quarter, as he became the second Jets quarterback to suffer an injury this year. He did return, though, after a brief absence. Ryan Fitzpatrick is back in at QB. #NYJvsMIA OLB Josh...
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November 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Carmelo Anthony tired of hearing about triangle offense

When Phil Jackson took over as an executive for the New York Knicks in 2014, he brought the triangle offense with him. Jackson was a disciple of Tex Winters’ triangle offense, and the formation helped Jackson’s teams win 11 championships. The triangle requires coaches who believe in it, as well as players who understand and execute it. But whenever the Knicks have struggled under...
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November 06, 2016  |  Discuss

WATCH: Travis Kelce ejected for throwing towel at referee

Travis Kelce was ejected from Sunday’s Chiefs-Jaguars game for throwing a towel at an official in protest of a no-call. The Chiefs had a 2nd and 4 situation at the Jacksonville 12 in the fourth quarter when Nick Foles attempted a pass to Kelce in the end zone. Kelce felt a pass interference call was warranted but he did not receive it. He was livid with an official and even threw...
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November 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Jason Witten backs Tony Romo on possible quarterback controversy

Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten has long been one of Tony Romo’s favorite targets and closest allies, and he’s still backing his longtime quarterback to return from injury stronger than ever. That said, with a possible quarterback controversy looming, Witten is being diplomatic about who will be throwing to him going forward. “If there’s one guy I wouldn’t bet against, it...
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November 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Cincinnati AD defends Tommy Tuberville over exchange with fan

Cincinnati’s athletic director Mike Bohn defended Tommy Tuberville over the head coach’s exchange with a fan following Saturday’s loss to BYU. After the game, a fan heckled the Bearcats' Tuberville as the coach was walking off the field. Tuberville had a seemingly inappropriate response, as he yelled back to the fan to “get a job” and something a little worse (video here). In his...
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November 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Ezekiel Elliott does O-H-I-O celebration after TD

Ezekiel Elliott’s touchdown celebration on Sunday will make Buckeyes fans proud. After scoring in the second quarter for his first touchdown of the game against the Browns, Elliott did an O-H-I-O spellout with his hands: Zeke TD celebration O-H-I-O pic.twitter.com/Uyoc6XRC9J — Steve Noah (@Steve_OS) November 6, 2016 The former Buckeye scored later in the game and did more of...
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Report: Alabama students arrested for defacing LSU logo

Two Alabama students who sneaked into Tiger Stadium late Friday night/early Saturday morning and defaced the LSU logo were arrested for trespassing. The students are both from Maryland and were charged with criminal trespassing Saturday, according to ESPN's Marty Smith. They were issued a summons and released by the LSU Police Department. Spoke w David Taylor, LSU asst AD event...
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November 06, 2016  |  Discuss

David Ortiz to have gate named after him at Logan Airport

David Ortiz’s career may be over, but he honors and tributes continue to roll in. Since signing with the Red Sox in 2003 as a free agent, Ortiz has become synonymous with Boston and one of the most popular athletes to play in the city. Now, he will forever be remembered at one of Boston’s landmarks, Logan International Airport. During a ceremony on Friday, JetBlue Airlines announced...
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November 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Blue Jays ambivalent on keeping Jose Bautista

The Toronto Blue Jays have some big decisions to make this offseason with the powerful tandem of Edwin Encarnacion and Jose Bautista becoming free agents. And it sounds like they may make a greater effort to keep one over the other. FanRag Sports’ Jon Heyman says the Blue Jays are expected to extend qualifying offers to Bautista and Encarnacion. They reportedly want Encarnacion...
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November 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Cameron Erving, David Irving ejected early for fighting in Browns-Cowboys game

Things got heated early on as the Cleveland Browns and Dallas Cowboys faced off, with two players being ejected early. Browns center Cameron Erving and Cowboys defensive lineman David Irving got into a fight during the game, with both players being ejected. Cam Erving and David Irving got in a fight over who spells their last name correctly pic.twitter.com/ljbs0ZJrmJ — Barstool...
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November 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Wade Phillips will reportedly coach from private box after sideline collision

Wade Phillips will be coaching the Denver Bronco defense on Sunday, but it won’t be from the sideline. The Broncos defensive coordinator will reportedly be in the coaches box on Sunday due to injuries he suffered during a sideline collision the previous week. Due to a fractured rib suffered last week in a collision on the sideline, Wade Phillips will run his defense from the coaches...
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November 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Pats traded Collins because they were reducing his role

There was a lot of talk about why the New England Patriots abruptly traded Pro Bowl linebacker Jamie Collins, but the actual reason is a fairly simple one. The Patriots did not feel that Collins had an extensive part to play in the franchise’s future, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media. They intended to transition him into more of a part-time player, and, fearing there could...
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November 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Chiefs hope to have Jamaal Charles back for possible playoff run

The Kansas City Chiefs are refusing to give up on running back Jamaal Charles. According to NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport, the Chiefs are hopeful that they can get Charles back on the field for Week 17 at the earliest. Failing that, Kansas City will aim to get Charles on the field for a possible playoff game. Charles is presently on injured reserve, but the Chiefs could bring him back...
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November 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Raiders pushing for Derek Carr extension

The Oakland Raiders are preparing to lock up one of their most prized assets once the season ends. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Raiders will look to sign quarterback Derek Carr to an extension after the season, when he will first be eligible to. It’s not simply because they want one of their blossoming stars under contract for a while, although that is a motivator for...
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November 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Ravens calling Steelers’ bluff on Ben Roethlisberger injury

Is Ben Roethlisberger going to face the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday? The Pittsburgh Steelers won’t say. The Ravens think he will. In fact, one anonymous member of the Ravens thinks the Steelers are trying to misdirect them, and he’s determined not to fall for it. Member of Ravens org explaining to me this morning why they fully expect to face Ben Roethlisberger today: "We don't...
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November 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Floyd Mayweather sits ringside for Manny Pacquiao fight

There was a special guest in the house for Manny Pacquiao's fight against Jessie Vargas on Saturday, and the guest received more attention than others. Yes, none other than Floyd Mayweather Jr. was sitting ringside for the fight, and he was all smiles: Floyd here to watch Manny pic.twitter.com/dcBShwartj — Lance Pugmire (@latimespugmire) November 6, 2016 Floyd happy to be...
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November 06, 2016  |  Discuss

WATCH: Marshawn Lynch recreates famous Cal golf cart ride

Cal fan favorite and program alum Marshawn Lynch was honored at Saturday’s game, and he commemorated the day by recreating one of his most memorable moments from college. Back in 2006, Lynch celebrated a win over Washington by cruising around Memorial Stadium in Berkeley in a golf cart: Cal decided to honor Lynch by making 10,000 bobblehead dolls of Lynch on a golf cart to be...
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November 05, 2016  |  Discuss

Paul George apologizes for kicked ball that led to ejection (Video)

Paul George left Saturday’s game against the Bulls early after an incident involving a fan. During the third quarter, George appeared to be frustrated at a foul call and kicked the bouncing basketball towards the stanchion. However, the ball did not hit the basket support and instead hit a young woman. George immediately went over to apologize and gave the woman a hug. George was...
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November 05, 2016  |  Discuss

Lamar Jackson clarifies seeming throat slash gesture

Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson issued a statement after Saturday’s win over BC to clarify what many interpreted as a throat slash. After scoring on a 53-yard touchdown run in the third quarter, Jackson was celebrating in the end zone, turned to a teammate, and dragged his thumb across his throat. Many thought that was a throat slash by Jackson, which is a move that is frowned...
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November 05, 2016  |  Discuss

Nebraska's QB Tommy Armstrong carted off on stretcher after hitting head

Tommy Armstrong Jr. was carted off the field in Columbus on Saturday after hitting his head on the turf during the second quarter of Nebraska’s game against Ohio State. Armstrong was scrambling on a 3rd-and-7 play and was pushed out of bounds inside the 25. Armstrong went head-first into the turf and did not get up. There was concern on the field as Armstrong did not move for over...
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November 05, 2016  |  Discuss
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