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They also led the way with 1, 065 points. Defending division champion Virginia Tech followed with 40 first-place votes and 932 points. Miami's no stranger to having been picked to win the division, having been the choice now in three of the last five seasons.
  • No Long-Term Deal Between Le'Veon Bell, Steelers

    No Long-Term Deal Between Le'Veon Bell, Steelers

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    Will no deal in place, Bell will play on the franchise tag and become the league's highest paid player at his position next season, making $12.12 million, but with no long-term security in place. Both sides have valid points in this conflict. He's only played 18 games the last two seasons, and has dealt with foot and knee injuries also (as well as a suspension), so the Steelers have reason to be a little cautious.
  • Peltz Says Procter & Gamble Suffers From A 'Suffocating Bureaucracy'

    Peltz Says Procter & Gamble Suffers From A 'Suffocating Bureaucracy'

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    See Breakingviews column:Trian, which owns about $3.3 billion of P&G's stock, or 1.5 percent of the company, has until an October annual meeting to convince fellow shareholders that Peltz deserves to be voted onto the board. Shares of rival Johnson & Johnson are up 15 percent in the same period, Colgate-Palmolive Co.is up 11 percent and Kimberly-Clark Corp.is up 9 percent.
  • Should Ross Barkley accept wage reduction to push through Tottenham move?

    Should Ross Barkley accept wage reduction to push through Tottenham move?

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    Recently, our friends at Cartilage Free Captain reported that Tottenham Hotspur was still interested in Ross Barkley and that they expected to get a deal done in this window -with an article from the Independent as their source. He really hasn't improved that much since breaking into the Everton first team in the 2013-14 season. Will Ross Barkley be on the Spurs USA bound plane? Not many managers would have been so lenient, particularly as Spurs were eliminated from the ...
  • Panthers GM Gettleman fired

    Panthers GM Gettleman fired

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    However, Gettleman was on shaky grounds and the organization was desirous of moving in a different direction. During an appearance on the Know Them from Adam podcast last week, Williams said the Panthers were one of four teams he wouldn't play for next season, along with the Cleveland Browns, Jacksonville Jaguars and Dallas Cowboys.
  • Kenya: Mourinho opens up on failed Morata pursuit | The Standard - Kenya

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    The Real Madrid star has been tipped to leave the Bernabeu all summer. It is obvious, it is public and we have not reached an economic agreement. '(We made) offers we thought were fair and yet no agreement was reached'. United insisted Lukaku was their "principle target" this summer despite having been locked in negotiations with Madrid since it became apparent that Antoine Griezmann would not join at the start of June.
  • Red Sox blank Yankees to earn doubleheader split

    Red Sox blank Yankees to earn doubleheader split

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    We'll take Bradley's word that it's not the best of his career, but it certainly is up there, especially given the situation: late in a game against the Yankees, with Aaron Judge at the plate in a pretty crucial July game in front of a national TV audience.
  • Jason Gillespie 'seriously considered' India head coach gig

    Jason Gillespie 'seriously considered' India head coach gig

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    After endless controversies, former India cricketer, Ravi Shastri , was chosen as India's head coach till 2019 World Cup. It's really a comfort level that you need to have. Gillespie, who has been named the interim coach of Papua New Guinea (PNG), further said that it would have been a wonderful job for him to serve as the head coach of the Indian cricket team.
  • Bob Wolff, legendary sports broadcaster, dies at 96

    Bob Wolff, legendary sports broadcaster, dies at 96

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    Recognized as the longest-running broadcaster in television and radio history, Wolff held the rare distinction of being inducted into both the Baseball and Basketball Halls of Fame for his work on the microphone. In addition to calling numerous other sporting events at the World's Most Famous Arena, Madison Square Garden, Wolff took on other broadcasting challenges such as the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show and the National Horse Show.
  • Dhawan to replace injured Vijay for Sri Lanka Test tour

    Dhawan to replace injured Vijay for Sri Lanka Test tour

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    Vijay had missed only one Test - against Australia in Bengaluru - out of India's long home season of 13 and later revealed he had been playing with a fractured wrist . Dhawan, who has been in good form in limited-overs, was initially ignored for the Test series. The will be India's first full series in eight years in Sri Lanka, involving all three formats of the game.
  • Irate youths attack SEMA rescue team in Maiduguri

    Irate youths attack SEMA rescue team in Maiduguri

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    The source said that eight persons, including the bombers were killed in the attack. Details are still sketchy but according to Daily Trust, the bombers detonated their explosives inside the mosque while people were observing their morning prayers.