• Rookies not a concern for European Ryder Cup team: McGinley
Rookies not a concern for European Ryder Cup team: McGinley

As far as this year's event, I like Dustin Johnson to win the FedEx Cup, but I don't think he'll win the tournament. Also absent, but still on the minds of golf fans around the world, is Woods who returns to tournament play next month after a lengthy medical rehab.

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  • Jennifer Aniston memes explode in response to Pitt divorce
Jennifer Aniston memes explode in response to Pitt divorce

Thus began one of the most controversial couplings in Hollywood history, as people took sides of "Team Aniston" or "Team Jolie ". Jolie has spent much of the a year ago making "First They Killed My Father", her fourth feature as director.

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  • US Open: Novak Djokovic beats Gael Monfils to reach final
US Open: Novak Djokovic beats Gael Monfils to reach final

Even the closure of the roof over Arthur Ashe Stadium didn't help Nishikori this time . NEW YORK , Sept 9 World number one Novak Djokovic scrapped his way into the U.S. On ESPN's telecast, John McEnroe blasted the No. 10 seed Frenchman for a lack of effort. "First question is, like, 'You're not competing?'". About his approach to the final,...

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  • Torn Meniscus Muddles Future for Adrian Peterson
Torn Meniscus Muddles Future for Adrian Peterson

He attempted a sliding tackle on Vikings running back Matt Asiata with less than two minutes remaining and immediately motioned to the bench. "Just part of the medical; we'll have that for you Wednesday". The Minnesota Vikings take on the Carolina Panthers in one of the NFL Games on Sunday, start time at 1:00 PM ET, at Bank of America Stadi...

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  • Josh Norman fighting with Redskins teammate during loss to Steelers
Josh Norman fighting with Redskins teammate during loss to Steelers

Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins hit tight end Jordan Reed on some key third down passes but they had to settle for a pair of field goals. The team was without three of their top offensive weapons for the game. "It's not about who is on me", Brown said. "We have to create more disruption". You can't write off a season on one game, nor can ...

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  • US Open Prediction: Will Angelique Kerber Capitalize On New No. 1 Ranking?
US Open Prediction: Will Angelique Kerber Capitalize On New No. 1 Ranking?

Then she addressed Kerber directly, saying: "It was a great match, and I'm very honored to play with you". "So I think I wasn't at 100 percent, but I also think she played well". On the other hand Pliskova, who will now meet German second seed Angelique Kerber in Saturday's final, said she learned plenty during her match with Venus that prepared ...

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  • Temple students turn their backs during Joe Paterno tribute
Temple students turn their backs during Joe Paterno tribute

Paterno has faced criticism for allegedly knowing about assistant coach Jerry Sandusky's predatory conduct. Paterno argued he was told the background of what was happening, but was never given the in-depth details that were later brought up during testaments.

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  • Dolphins at Patriots: Highlights, score, and recap
Dolphins at Patriots: Highlights, score, and recap

New England plays Buffalo in Week 4. The New England Patriots started their 2016 season with an impressive opening week victory over the Arizona Cardinals. The Patriots were pushed around in a 20-10 regular-season finale loss to the Dolphins in January, which denied them the AFC's top seed. But New England made do without him.

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  • Chun wins Evian Championship with major record round
Chun wins Evian Championship with major record round

Feng Shanshan of China closed her front nine with three straight birdies that got her to 16-under but a double bogey at the par-4 10th took her down to 14-under. "For (Sorenstam) to be here and for her to be able to present the trophy to me makes it even more special", Ko said. Lydia Ko can put a tough Evian Championship defence failure behind he...

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  • GB's Murray powers past Pella to level semi vs Argentina
GB's Murray powers past Pella to level semi vs Argentina

Despite the ailment Murray went on to win his rubber comfortably 6-3, 6-2, 6-3, sending the tie to a decider between Dan Evans and Leonardo Mayer. While Del Potro's absence startled the crowd at Glasgow's Emirates Arena , Orsanic said he knew Mayer would play the final match after 2009 U.S.

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  • Ex-Paterno players reunite at Penn St amid scandal's wake
Ex-Paterno players reunite at Penn St amid scandal's wake

Penn State (8-0, 1-0) continued to be an offensive power, scoring six or more goals for the fourth time this season. However, according to court documents unsealed during the summer, a Sandusky victim claimed he notified Paterno of abuse in the 1970s.

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  • How Nigeria's Paralympians Are Outshining Their Olympic Counterparts
How Nigeria's Paralympians Are Outshining Their Olympic Counterparts

The team won the gold medals in power-lifting events to take Nigeria's haul to six gold, two silver and one bronze medals. The Economic Times points out this was the case even at the last Olympics/Paralympics-HN Girisha, who won a silver medal, was treated as a sideshow to those who excelled at the Olympics.

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  • Tony Gonzalez Rams Don't Trust Jared Goff ... It's His Own Fault
Tony Gonzalez Rams Don't Trust Jared Goff ... It's His Own Fault

I don't know that anyone knows them better, and without Fisher's signature coachspeak asterisk-laden grain of salt requirement. Proponents still need to win over the governor, the legislature and three-quarters of NFL owners to make the project a reality, but it's a significant milestone for a city that's never had a professional football team ...

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  • Manchester City's great start not enough for perfectionist Guardiola
Manchester City's great start not enough for perfectionist Guardiola

I hope to achieve that at some point as it's really important for any player (winning the Champions League). City could become the second different team in top-flight history to win their opening five league games in consecutive seasons - Chelsea in 2009-10 and 2010-11 are the other.

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  • Rex after loss to Jets: 'We have to get a lot better'
Rex after loss to Jets: 'We have to get a lot better'

The Jets had dropped five consecutive games to their AFC East rivals, the last two of which came at the hands of their former head coach, Rex Ryan. Fitzpatrick was only victorious in one of those previous games. Ryan's prized defense - the one he vowed would be much improved over previous year - was porous. After being even at the opening, Buffal...

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  • Brazilian lawmakers debate stripping ex-speaker of his seat
Brazilian lawmakers debate stripping ex-speaker of his seat

Meanwhile the Chamber of Deputies - the lower house of Congress - was set to vote on legislation to allow the privitisation of one of Brazil's most valuable resources - its offshore "pre-salt" layer oil reserves. By April of this year Mr Cunha had harnessed growing public hostility to Ms Rousseff to his own skill in directing the chamber to deliver...

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  • Smyly gets win, Ramirez homers as Rays beat Jays 6-2
Smyly gets win, Ramirez homers as Rays beat Jays 6-2

Atkins said that while the team is happy with their depth at third base - Darwin Barney can also play there and started at third the last two games - they don't want to see Donaldson have to sit out an extended period. Donaldson noted the injury has been giving him problems moving laterally, which, obviously, isn't going to be helped by the torque ...

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  • FANTASY PLAYS: Less chaos, but plenty to learn from openers
FANTASY PLAYS: Less chaos, but plenty to learn from openers

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith (11) carries the ball into the end zone past San Diego Chargers linebacker Tourek Williams (58) to win the game, during overtime in an NFL football game in Kansas City, Mo., Sunday, Sept. Playing quarterback and having control is just fantastic. Alex Smith completed 34 of 48 passes for 363 yards and two tou...

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  • Altuve and Bregman injured, but Astros beat Rangers 8-4
Altuve and Bregman injured, but Astros beat Rangers 8-4

Hitting: The Rangers had only one base runner from the third inning to the sixth and didn't have another ninth-inning push. The 29-year-old Holland defeated the Astros on September 3, when he gave up two runs and six hits in six innings to improve to 5-2 with a 4.19 ERA in 12 career starts versus Houston, but both Carlos Correa (two homers) and ...

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  • Romo riddle lingers for Cowboys after solid Prescott debut
Romo riddle lingers for Cowboys after solid Prescott debut

For once, the Giants won in the final seconds, unlike last season when they failed to close out opponents five times as the clock wound down. He was carried off that day with a torn patellar tendon in his right knee. He has so much experience at finding windows, finding lanes and getting back to where he's comfortable catching balls and making guys...

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