8:00 AM ET With 2020’s college football recruiting classes now in the rearview mirror, the 2021 group is on the clock. While it’s still very much in its early stages, here is a look at 10 programs off to a fast start at the recruiting trail. 1. Ohio State Buckeyes The Buckeyes’ top-five class for
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4:07 AM ET Associated Press NEW YORK — Major League Baseball has appointed its first African American umpire crew chief, promoting Kerwin Danley to the position this week, The Associated Press has learned. A person familiar with the move spoke to the AP on Wednesday night on condition of anonymity because the announcement had not
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12:28 AM ET HOUSTON — Rookie of the Year front-runner Ja Morant appreciates point guards who combine extreme aggressiveness and extraordinary athleticism, which is why his favorite player as a kid was Russell Westbrook. In fact, Morant argues that Westbrook should have more fans. “I still feel like he’s highly disrespected,” Morant told ESPN on
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11:53 PM ET The Japan Boxing Commission and the Japan Professional Boxing Association announced Wednesday that all cards scheduled in March would be called off due to the government’s call for the cancellation or postponement of sporting and cultural events to help contain the spread of the coronavirus. The bouts scheduled in March will be
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12:34 AM ET New Jersey forward John Hayden was fined $2,016.13, the maximum allowable under the Collective Bargaining Agreement, for cross-checking Red Wings forward Tyler Bertuzzi during the Devils’ 4-1 win on Tuesday night in Detroit. 2 Related The incident occurred at 19:14 of the third period after Bertuzzi checked Hayden’s teammate, rookie forward Jack
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