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Oklahoma State fans hold offensive sign toward Native Americans at ESPN’s College Gameday

Oklahoma State fans hold offensive sign toward Native Americans at ESPN’s College Gameday

College football season is underway and it did not take long for the bar to be set for most offensive College Gameday sign.

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Michael Sam cut by Rams as rookie doesn’t survive final cuts

Michael Sam cut by Rams as rookie doesn’t survive final cuts

Michael Sam, the first openly gay player in NFL history, failed in his first attempt to make a roster. He was cut Saturday by the Rams despite an impressive preseason.

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Harper: Wally Backman deserves bigger role with Mets

Harper: Wally Backman deserves bigger role with Mets

So Wally Backman was named the Pacific Coast League Manager of the Year, and while that probably won’t increase the likelihood that he will be the Mets’ next manager, it could put GM Sandy Alderson in a rather awkward position.



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Jets cut AWOL cornerback Dimitri Patterson

Jets cut AWOL cornerback Dimitri Patterson

John Idzik’s patience unsurprisingly ran out on Dimitri Patterson. The Jets cut the veteran cornerback Saturday after a strange saga that started when Patterson did not show up for the team’s preseason game against the Giants.



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Jets cut WR Stephen Hill, QB Matt Simms as rosters shrinks to 53

Jets cut WR Stephen Hill, QB Matt Simms as rosters shrinks to 53

For two years, Stephen Hill dropped passes. Now, the Jets have dropped him. Hill, 23, was released by the Jets on Saturday as the team reduced it’s roster to 53.

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USA basketball trounces FInland 114-54 behind killer defense

USA basketball trounces FInland 114-54 behind killer defense

The U.S. held Finland without a basket in the second quarter, opening defense of its title with a 114-54 romp Saturday in the Basketball World Cup.

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Hour before getting cut, Michael Sam back at Missouri to cheer on Tigers

Hour before getting cut, Michael Sam back at Missouri to cheer on Tigers

Michael Sam smiled and shook hands at Missouri’s season opener against South Dakota State on Saturday shortly before he was cut by the St. Louis Rams.

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Bondy: Another lonely U.S. Open for Serena Williams, whose countrymen are all out

Bondy: Another lonely U.S. Open for Serena Williams, whose countrymen are all out

This is what has become of American tennis in the 2010s, and what it has been for far too long: Serena Williams, alone out there, leaving behind a bunch of one-week wonders.

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Madden: Derek Jeter, David Wright not delivering from prime batting order spots

Madden: Derek Jeter, David Wright not delivering from prime batting order spots

Oh Captain! Our Captains! August has been the unkindest month for Derek Jeter and David Wright, both of whom are finding just hitting the ball hard, for extra bases, to be a yeoman’s task.



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The Score Hears: Mets to honor 9/11 civilian hero

The Score Hears: Mets to honor 9/11 civilian hero

In keeping with their tradition of heartfelt ceremonies on Sept. 11 — the aftermath of which Bobby Valentine’s Mets were deeply involved in — the team will recognize a man who lost his son in the terrorist attacks.



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Myers: Browns, Cowboys among NFL team having some second thoughts

Myers: Browns, Cowboys among NFL team having some second thoughts

The Cowboys are worth more than $3 billion, the Patriots, Redskins and Giants are worth more than $2 billion and all but seven franchises are worth more than $1 billion — those numbers coming in a recent Forbes report — in an industry that generates $9 billion a year in revenue.

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Myers: Browns, Cowboys among NFL team having some second thoughts

Myers: Browns, Cowboys among NFL team having some second thoughts

The Cowboys are worth more than $3 billion, the Patriots, Redskins and Giants are worth more than $2 billion and all but seven franchises are worth more than $1 billion — those numbers coming in a recent Forbes report — in an industry that generates $9 billion a year in revenue.



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