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South Carolina Gamecocks fire offensive coordinator Kurt Roper

South Carolina introduced the firing of offensive coordinator Kurt Roper on Wednesday. Co-offensive coordinator Bryan McClendon will name offensive performs for the Gamecocks within the Outback Bowl on Jan. 1 in opposition to Michigan. Coach Will Muschamp won't identify Roper's substitute till after the bowl recreation. Roper spent the previous ...

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Arkansas Razorbacks finalizing deal to make SMU’s Chad Morris coach

10:15 AM ET Adam Rittenberg Close ESPN Staff Writer College soccer reporter. Joined ESPN.com in 2008. Graduate of Northwestern University. Chris Low Close ESPN Senior Staff Writer College soccer reporter Joined ESPN.com in 2007 Graduate of the University of Tennessee Arkansas is finalizing a deal that might make SMU's Chad ...

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Bradley, Altidore’s historic success at Toronto more than just a U.S. subplot

If there may be a sure inevitability about the truth that Toronto's 2017 can be popularly understood within the context of a difficult 2017 for its U.S. nationwide workforce stars, Michael Bradley and Jozy Altidore, there is not any urge for food for that storyline inside Toronto itself. The group's ...

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What basketball’s first month tells us about the rest of the season

nine:08 AM ET Jeff GoodmanESPN Insider Close Joined ESPN as a school basketball Insider in June 2013 Previously wrote for CBSSports.com and FOXSports.com There have been lots of surprises right through school basketball's first month -- in addition to groups and gamers who validated their preseason hype. At least one ...

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Former Olympian McKayla Maroney, mother seek maximum sentence for Larry Nassar

eight:48 AM ET John BarrESPN.com Close Joined ESPN in June 2003 Winner: 2013 Peabody Award; 2011 Edward R. Murrow Award/Video Investigative Reporting Covers breaking information, investigative items and human pastime options GRAND RAPIDS, Michigan -- McKayla Maroney had deliberate to be in a federal court Thursday to ship a victim-impact ...

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Will you care about the men’s Olympic hockey tournament if neither NHL or KHL players take part?

Will you care about the men's Olympic hockey tournament if neither NHL nor KHL players can take part? Greg Wyshynski: Admittedly, the Olympic men's hockey tournaments that experience concerned NHL players were completely strange. Imagine the NHL All-Star Game, with the exception of as a substitute of a profitable a ...

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Which Shohei Ohtani is the most fun Shohei Ohtani?

A pair weeks in the past, Dan Syzmborski laid out the ZiPS projections for Shohei Ohtani as each a hitter (lovely just right!) and a tumbler (just about nice!). This traces up with how we discuss Ohtani, how we plan for him, how we sport out the preferrred means for ...

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Breaking down Boston Red Sox’s winter wish list – Boston Red Sox Blog

BOSTON -- Five weeks since it all started, this offseason has been dropped at Boston Red Sox lovers in all places by way of Debbie Downer. Shohei Ohtani is coming to the United States! But the Babe Ruth of Japan is not all in favour of starting his main league ...

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Tiger Woods returns to golf thankful for others

NASSAU, Bahamas -- Tiger Woods had informally met Tommy Fleetwood on a couple of events, but it surely wasn't till Tuesday of this previous week's Hero World Challenge that they in fact engaged in dialog. Like as regards to each and every skilled golfer in his demographic, the 26-year-old Fleetwood ...

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Bilas Index volume 1 looks at the best 68 teams in college basketball

While college football flails around and morphs into college basketball -- with its silly committee compromising every value and statement that college football has conned us all with over the decades and claimed to hold dear -- the unwashed masses can always look to The Bilas Index for clarity, consistency ...

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