Month: August 2021

3:40 PM ET Associated Press NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Vanderbilt coach Clark Lea has named Ken Seals the Commodores’ starting quarterback for the opener against East Tennessee State on Saturday night. Lea said Tuesday that Seals will be the starter. Mike Wright is the backup quarterback, but Lea said Wright also will play as one of
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Vulnerable children are being left at risk from paedophiles because detectives do not want to jeopardise their investigations, says the police watchdog. It accuses Britain’s biggest force – the Metropolitan Police – of making slow progress in child protection and says it has “acute concerns” over how detectives investigate online child abuse and the use
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12:22 PM ET Jason Payne has been hired as head coach of the ECHL’s Cincinnati Cyclones, making him the only Black head coach in North American professional hockey next season. Payne, 45, was promoted from assistant coach after Cyclones head coach Matt Thomas was hired by the Providence Bruins of the AHL. Payne, who grew
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1:00 PM ET Jeff PassanESPN Close ESPN MLB insiderAuthor of “The Arm: Inside the Billion-Dollar Mystery of the Most Valuable Commodity in Sports” Editor’s note: This story contains graphic descriptions of sexual assault allegations. In the two months since Trevor Bauer last appeared in a game for the Los Angeles Dodgers, his future — legally
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Fereba Hafizi couldn’t sleep last night, she was so excited to see her 79-year-old mother, Layloma, again. Fereba ran towards her mother as Layloma waited outside the hotel where she’s been quarantining for 10 days since returning from Kabul. As they embraced, both women sobbed and kissed each other’s faces. Then, Layloma fainted. Afghanistan latest
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11:19 AM ET The COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact the world of football, and while the summer transfer window is open as normal across Europe (just like the January window), this summer’s budgets for clubs have been hit again, though there have also been some positive signs. 2 Related Clubs spent nearly €1.5 billion less
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