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10:28 AM ET KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -John Majors, who coached Pittsburgh to a football national championship in 1976, starred as a player at Tennessee in the 1950s and then later returned to his alma mater as coach to lead the Vols back to national prominence, died Wednesday morning. He was 85. John Majors, who returned to
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11:51 AM ET The NBA’s Board of Governors has a 12:30 p.m. ET call on Thursday with the intention of approving the league’s plan for a 22-team return in Orlando, sources told ESPN on Wednesday. Each of the 22 teams will play eight regular-season games in Orlando for seeding purposes for the playoffs, sources told
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11:49 AM ET Associated Press The PGA Tour has announced a deal with Sanford Health to conduct coronavirus testing of players, caddies and essential personnel five days before the season resumes. That applies to every stop on the PGA Tour, PGA Tour Champions and the developmental Korn Ferry Tour. Sanford Health is based in South
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11:07 AM BST New Zealand Rugby is “optimistic” about hosting northern hemisphere teams in an international schedule later in 2020 as the country edges closer to lifting social distancing restrictions. New Zealand will decide on Monday whether it is ready to lower its COVID-19 alert system a notch to level 1, which would end curbs
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10:00 PM BST New Zealand’s Super Rugby teams will be able to replace red-carded players and drawn matches may be decided by a golden-point tiebreaker when the country’s domestic competition starts on June 13, New Zealand Rugby (NZR) said on Tuesday. The changes are aimed at making the game more exciting for fans and will
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11:35 PM ET Veteran defenseman Kodie Curran signed a two-year contract with the Anaheim Ducks on Monday, the team announced. Curran, 30, was named MVP of the Swedish Hockey League this season after posting 12 goals and 49 points. The deal with Anaheim will run through the 2021-2022 season. Curran has yet to appear in
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10:28 PM ET Oklahoma State Cowboys linebacker Amen Ogbongbemiga said Tuesday that he tested positive for COVID-19 after attending a protest in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Ogbongbemiga, who was a second-team All-Big 12 selection last year, made the announcement on Twitter. After attending a protest in Tulsa AND being well protective of myself, I have tested positive
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9:31 PM ET Associated Press It’s music to NASCAR’s ears: the stock car series is set to return to Nashville, Tennessee in 2021. Nashville Superspeedway will hold a Cup race for the first time next season, ending NASCAR’s decade-long absence from the track. The Nashville track is owned by Dover Motorsports, Inc., which has held
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2:37 PM ET The PGA Tour has sent a memo to players saying that a second event in the Columbus, Ohio, area will take the place of the John Deere Classic, which decided last week that it would cancel its tournament this year. The July 9-12 event will be played at Jack Nicklaus’ Muirfield Village
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7:33 AM ET You love baseball. Tim Kurkjian loves baseball. So while we await its return, every day we’ll provide you with a story or two tied to this date in baseball history. ON THIS DATE IN 1990, Randy Johnson threw his first no-hitter. At the Hall of Fame induction ceremony in 1999 featuring, among
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