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Rostov then restored their lead in the 66th minute when Noboa curled home a sublime free-kick to the far post, 3-2. Second-placed Bayern lag three points behind Atletico and are struggling for goals. The Portuguese side entered the game only a point ahead of their Turkish hosts but quickly took the advantage when Goncalo Guedes took a through ball at the top of the box and rounded goalkeeper Fabricio in the 10th minute.
  • Elliott scores twice late, Cowboys top Steelers 35-30

    Elliott scores twice late, Cowboys top Steelers 35-30

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    But the Steelers (4-5) didn't win - losing 35-30 on rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott's 32-yard touchdown run up the gut with nine seconds remaining - and it nearly seems like they've forgotten how to win. "That's why (the Cowboys) are one of the best in the business and we're not right now". This isn't a big surprise-eight straight wins are eight straight wins-but Jones and the Cowboys had been reticent to tip their hand.
  • New York Giants: Can they make they Playoffs?

    New York Giants: Can they make they Playoffs?

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    But we can't slow down. We can't relax for a second. "We gotta find a way to flip the switch and make these games turn into wins", said Dalton. "There's nothing better. The All-Pro wide receiver was asked about the improved play of Giants safety Landon Collins, who has developed into a Pro Bowl defensive back in his second year out of Alabama.
  • Jay Cutler throws interceptions on consecutive drives, including pick-six

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    Fox indicated after the game that it might be a high ankle sprain. "Not just one entity including just players, it's coaches too". Bears lead the all-time series 38-18, including five of the past six meetings. As he went to the sideline, Conte and Tampa Bay head coach Dirk Koetter hugged, but Conte accidentally head-butted his coach, opening a gash above Koetter's eye.
  • Toronto Blue Jays reportedly sign free agent Kendrys Morales

    Toronto Blue Jays reportedly sign free agent Kendrys Morales

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    The 33-year-old Encarnacion ranks second in the majors in homers (193) and RBI (550) since the 2012 season, and sixth in OPS (.912) over that span. It's certainly starting to look that way as the team has now invested $33 million in Kendrys Morales and is rumored to be interested in free agent bats such as Pearce.
  • Minnesota Golden Gophers vs Nebraska Cornhuskers

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    He ended up 19-for-27 passing for 217 yards and two touchdowns, while rushing nine times for 61 yards, including 13 for the final touchdown. Nebraska hosts Maryland in the first meeting of the teams. Minnesota threatened to tie the game late but Mitch Leidner's pass at the Nebraska 17 was intercepted by safety Keiron Williams with 2:58 remaining.
  • Hamilton wins in rain, forces title showdown with Rosberg

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    Rosberg can secure the title by finishing third in Abu Dhabi. "I was just chilling up front". The race had been started under the Safety Car after a morning of heavy rain at Interlagos, with the first seven laps of the Grand Prix being run under caution.
  • Stunner: Pitt defeats No. 3 Clemson 43-42

    Stunner: Pitt defeats No. 3 Clemson 43-42

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    However, the difference in the game was Watson's three interceptions. The Tiger defense forced a 3-and-out, after pushing the Panthers back to their own 15-yard line. A fourth-down stop a yard shy saved the Tigers' 42-36 win over No. 5 Louisville on October 1. Watson, Gallman, Williams and receiver Artavis Scott are all juniors who were honored with Clemson's seniors Saturday after Swinney said they would all be leaving the program for the National Football League after this season.
  • Brazil prepare to face Argentina

    Brazil prepare to face Argentina

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    But Brazil soon got to grips with the game and opened the scoring in the 25th minute with a fine individual strike from Coutinho. His Barcelona teammate Neymar scored Brazil's second goal just before halftime when he ran on to a deft Gabriel Jesus through-ball before cooly slotting it past Romero.
  • Browns take another loss, this 1 of historic proportions

    Browns take another loss, this 1 of historic proportions

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    By the end of the game, the Ravens (5-4) looked like a team now in sole possession of first place of the AFC North, while the Browns took one more step toward a winless season. Suggs has 112.5 career sacks, which ranks fifth among active players, and 30 forced fumbles. "We haven't had one of those in a long time. It wasn't until three minutes were left in the game that we had this conversation, but it was a good three minutes, that's for sure".
  • Injured Costa withdrawn from Spain squad

    Injured Costa withdrawn from Spain squad

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    He had previously missed two days of training before undergoing tests at a hospital in Madrid. But Costa has not been able to take part in any sessions with his national team and will return to Chelsea for further treatment. Spain are level on seven points with Italy but top Group G on goal difference heading into this weekend's game against Macedonia in Granada. It means that concerns over an injury initially described in the Spanish press as a groin problem are becoming more serious.
  • Rooney to start as England captain against Scotland

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    Wayne Rooney will captain England in the World Cup qualifier against Scotland at Wembley on Friday, says interim manager Gareth Southgate. Sturridge has also endured life on the sidelines at club level of late and has not started a top-flight game since Liverpool's goalless draw with Manchester United in mid-October - but he did score twice against Spurs in an EFL Cup tie.
  • Ravens 21, Steelers 14

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    The Ravens managed just 50 yards on 29 carries. We played screens well, we played the check-downs really well. It was just the latest instance of the Lions coming to life late. It was a large part of his 124 total receiving yards on the day and the play itself was the longest play from scrimmage in the history of the Ravens franchise.
  • Australia paceman Siddle ruled out of second S.Africa test

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    The South Africans came under the same pressure, which has always proved to be their undoing and even a die hard Proteas fan must have given up the hopes of a bounce back when they witnessed Steyn leave the field with a sad face. Australia lost wickets in clumps in Perth . Australian bowler Peter Siddle attempts to stop a shot from South Africa's Dean Elgar (L). But stand-in captain Faf du Plessis and Temba Bevuma failed to stay long at the crease.
  • Dak set to visit Big Ben as rolling Cowboys visit Pittsburgh

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    During Sunday's game against the Ravens, the offensive line was a disaster, Roethlisberger (who came back from injury too early, again) was off target throughout the contest and Bell was a non-factor on the ground. "We're at the halfway point". But the other source of leadership comes from the players themselves. "When we're functioning well, it's because those potential other guys, like I'm talking about, are producing plays".
  • Klopp urges Reds to 'stay cool' after rout

    Klopp urges Reds to 'stay cool' after rout

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    If the Hornets had hoped for some sympathy from Liverpool it was not forthcoming as the intensity from Klopp's side continued and they effectively ended the game as a contest before half-time. Watford have faced Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United this term, but, according to their boss, nobody is at the level of the new leaders. And though Daryl Janmaat's consolation robbed them of a second clean sheet, this was an emphatic answer to those querying Liverpool's title credentials.
  • IAHSAA responds to Friday Night Big Ten football

    IAHSAA responds to Friday Night Big Ten football

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    The Iowa High School Athletic Association issued a position statement Thursday critical of the "negative impact" the move would have on the state's high school programs not only when Iowa would host a game, but when the Hawkeyes played on a Friday on the road.
  • Thunder solidify nucleus with Oladipo, Adams extensions

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    Described as an athletic prospect, the 22-year old Grant has per game averages of 8 points, 3.5 rebounds and two blocks this season. Steven Adams hasn't announced his exact plans, but physio Gavin Cross says he wants to help young athletes achieve.
  • Europe is the key to 2016 Melbourne Cup win

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    Nick Williams, son of Lloyd and part owner of Melbourne Cup victor Almandin , has strongly criticised corporate bookmakers, accusing them of "thievery", as he praised the mighty effort of his horse to come back from injury and win. It's just a dream come true. "I'm more nervous now than I was in the race", he said afterwards. "The boys have done a fabulous job with getting this horse back".
  • Mourinho urges Mkhitaryan to earn his place in side

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    Just when one thought that the score would end 2-0 in favour of the Fenerbahce, Wayne Rooney, out of the blue, scored a brilliant goal from around 28 yards out to make it 2-1. Fenerbahce have seven points - even if they beat Zorya at home we go to the last game. "We had nearly 40 chances to score, three penalties that we didn't get, and in football sometimes you need a bit of luck".
  • Dortmund drop top striker Aubameyang against Sporting

    Dortmund drop top striker Aubameyang against Sporting

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    Let us know by dropping a comment below via our Facebook comment box. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been temporarily suspended by Dortmund. Both coach Thomas Tuchel and chief executive Hans-Joachim Watzke confirmed the player had been dropped but insisted he would be back with the squad on Thursday.
  • Arsenal Can't Be Trusted To Win Title, Says Neville

    Arsenal Can't Be Trusted To Win Title, Says Neville

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    However, several famous Premier League strikers have got to that total faster... and several you probably think got there quicker actually took considerably longer. Things are, however, getting congested towards the summit, with there only three points splitting the top five and eight between City in first and United in eighth.
  • Dak NFL's Top Rookie So Far

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    They traded their starting quarterback Sam Bradford a week before the start of the season. Wentz and Prescott are not close friends but have a mutual respect for one another. Read on for our Cowboys vs. Eagles prediction and preview. The rookie quarterback only had 138 passing yards, one touchdown, and two interceptions against Minnesota.
  • Urban Meyer calls Penn State's Saquon Barkley a 'first-rounder'

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    Very good team, very good coaches , and you keep swinging. Penn State (4-2, 2-1) is not quite up to its usual standards of the Joe Paterno era but always seems to give Ohio State a game in State College. The absolute test of a leader is to raise the level of play of those around you and he's surrounded by a bunch of guys who are newbies this year. And a few key players might make their return in time for the matchup.
  • Del Potro beats Goffin, to face Nishikori in quarters

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    The third-seeded Nishikori dominated the second-set tiebreaker and completed the win in 2 hours, 15 minutes. The Japanese world No.5 won just 47 per cent of his first-serve points in the first set, which he lost after dropping two service games.
  • Sens' Anderson gets shutout after wife's cancer diagnosis

    Sens' Anderson gets shutout after wife's cancer diagnosis

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    While the 19-year-old captain blasted out of the gate with five goals and seven assists in the first eight games, it is offseason veteran acquisitions such as power forward Milan Lucic and defenseman Kris Russell that could really help Edmonton turn the corner.
  • Divorcing couple fight over World Series tickets

    Divorcing couple fight over World Series tickets

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    It isn't quite the same without you. Talk about getting to scratch off the number one item on the bucket list. There was no long World Series drought for the Cubs at this time. This atmosphere is one that hasn't been at Wrigley Field since 1945, the last time the Chicago Cubs were in the World Series. "And so I told him I was there at the last one and mentioned that", Chloe Rhodes said.
  • Mourinho says more was expected from Pogba against Liverpool

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    Rooney believes further positive results over a testing fortnight "can be the start of something" for Mourinho's men. "Facing Manchester United is a big derby for us, for the fans and for the Liverpool family. "It was hard", Ibrahimovic was quoted as saying by United's official website about his missed chance. "I'm pretty sure the last thing Jose Mourinho wanted to do was pay a compliment to my team", said the German.
  • Rejuvenated Hazard shines in another Chelsea win, Lukaku leads Everton to win

    Rejuvenated Hazard shines in another Chelsea win, Lukaku leads Everton to win

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    Adrian's one-armed save gained inevitable plaudits to deny Barkley midway through the first half but it was a deflection which had spared his blushes. "I'm not saying that they didn't deserve it". "They are a very physical side, they have pace up front". "He was really the player between the defence and the front to create, and that is what you like to see".
  • Shearer: Ibrahimovic just had one of those days

    Shearer: Ibrahimovic just had one of those days

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    But he was denied by some outstanding work from former United youth keeper Tom Heaton, looped a second-half header against the bar and missed a late sitter when Paul Pogba floated a cross to him at the far post. Schmeichel tweeted: " Tom Heaton's save from Ibrahimovic is in my opinion one of the best in Premier League history". The Red Devils have just 14 points from their first 9 games and will need to start showing some consistency to keep their place at the top of the table.
  • Antonio Conte hadn't heard of N'Golo Kante

    Antonio Conte hadn't heard of N'Golo Kante

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    We had chances to score, we could also have had a penalty. "Now I'm very happy for the work that we are doing". "I saw a lot of things that can be useful for our future". I always have to take the best decision for the team and never for an individual". "But when we get the ball and nick it, we're doing to break on you with pace - and you won't have the pace to stay with us".
  • Wenger: No special treatment for Sanchez

    Wenger: No special treatment for Sanchez

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    He added: "Against Boro people say Santi did not play, but I believe we had enough quality to win the game and that's where we have to find a solution even when Santi is not there - no matter how big Santi is". Xhaka remains suspended and Cazorla (Achilles) was missing during last weekend's goalless draw with Middlesbrough, but Wenger says his fit players must learn to cope without the Spaniard.
  • Houston Texans quarterback Brock Osweiler booed on return to Denver

    Houston Texans quarterback Brock Osweiler booed on return to Denver

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    The Houston Texans quarterback made a bizarrely comical blooper on Monday in his team's Week 7 loss to the Broncos. While Osweiler's 3.2 yards per attempt were the lowest in the National Football League this season, according to ESPN Stats & Information, this whole season has been a disaster for the most part for him.
  • Pep: Manchester City defender Kompany's issues are mental, not physical

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    I saw yesterday the game against Inter Milan and football is unbelievable - they played incredible, much, much better than Inter and Inter won the game. The Chilean, who transferred from the Catalan club this summer, tried to play the ball out from the back, but passed it straight to Luis Suarez, whose chip was blocked illegally by the 'keeper.
  • Larkin's 2 goals lead Red Wings past Hurricanes 4-2

    Larkin's 2 goals lead Red Wings past Hurricanes 4-2

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    The Detroit Red Wings banked their sixth straight victory after a slow start turned into a barn burner. Athanasiou's goal was huge as the Hurricanes climbed back into the game in the second period. I think we've got to look at everything right now. There's not much that can be said at this point other than yes, it would be nice to get a big save every once in a while.
  • Mourinho lays down challenge to players

    Mourinho lays down challenge to players

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    Conte, who joked he might wear a Global Positioning System unit used to monitor his players' activity during a game, added: "If I have to compare the technical area to Stamford Bridge, I'm happy". Friends. So they are in an age where they can't chase me like they did before. Not happy... Jose Mourinho (left) whispers in the ear of Chelsea manager Antonio Conte what he thinks of Conte's antics on the sidelines - as is his wont - at the end of the 4-0 drubbing on Sunday.
  • Want to see World Series at Wrigley? It will cost thousands

    Want to see World Series at Wrigley? It will cost thousands

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    The doctors greenlighted him to start hitting". The Cubs, whose last World Series appearance came in 1945, are seeking their first Major League Baseball crown since 1908 while the Indians , who last appeared in the Fall Classic in 1997, haven't won it all since 1948.
  • Precise, physical Patriots too much for messy Steelers

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    The Steelers do have changes to make, and most notably to the run defense, but Tomlin has to realize that he is the expert in that field. - This week's Applicable Movie Quote: "This is where we grab 'em by the nose and kick 'em in the ass!" He's compiled a passer rating north of 130 while throwing eight touchdowns and no interceptions over his first three games.
  • Matsuyama trails by five strokes entering last round at CIMB Classic

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    Thomas finished at 26-under 262 a year ago for his first PGA Tour title. On Saturday, he had been cruising toward the title when he dropped four shots in a disastrous three-hole stretch to start his back nine. "With him (Thomas) going that far and the form I'm in, I couldn't quite catch him", said Matsuyama. 202 - Derek FATHAUER (USA) 64-70-68, James HAHN (USA) 69-64-69, Hideki MATSUYAMA (JPN) 69-64-69.
  • Buccaneers at 49ers: 3 things we learned

    Buccaneers at 49ers: 3 things we learned

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    Sunday, October 23, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-3) take on the San Francisco 49ers (1-5). After seven games, it's clear the 49ers 28-0 win over the Rams was a fluke. "We just got to tighten up". And plenty of time to push the ball down field means that we might actually be treated to deep balls that seemed destined only for fans of those other teams in the NFL.
  • Michigan State's Bowl Hopes Fading After Loss To Maryland

    Michigan State's Bowl Hopes Fading After Loss To Maryland

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    Ellis and redshirt sophomore RaVon Davis also stepped in to help patch up the void left by Likely, while true freshman Qwuantrezz Knight stepped in for Savage and finished with six tackles. MI responded and tied the game in the 32nd minute, as a long shot from outside the right side of the 18-yard box from sophomore Reilly Martin was initially blocked by Buckeye goalkeeper Devon Kerr, but sophomore Abby Kastroll was there to immediately tap in the rebound near the goal line.