5:37 PM ET Liberty coach Hugh Freeze is recovering from surgery he underwent Friday at the University of Virginia Medical Center after a potentially life-threatening strand of staph infection entered his bloodstream and complicated what was already severe pain he was experiencing from a herniated disc in his back. Freeze, in his first season as
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5:26 PM ET Texas receiver Joshua Moore faces misdemeanor gun charges after police arrested him carrying a loaded pistol in downtown Austin in early July. Moore, a sophomore from Yoakum, Texas, did not have a license to carry the gun and was released on a $6,000 bond. He has a court date scheduled for Thursday.
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5:14 PM ET Associated Press TORONTO — Toronto Blue Jays rookie slugger Vladimir Guerrero Jr. left Saturday’s game against Seattle after two innings because of a sore left knee. Brandon Drury replaced Guerrero at third base in the third. In the second, Guerrero cut in front of shortstop Bo Bichette to field Austin Nola‘s grounder
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4:52 PM ET Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Julio Urias has been suspended 20 games under Major League Baseball’s Joint Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Child Abuse Policy, the league announced Saturday. Urias has said he will not appeal. He has already served five games of the suspension while on administrative leave from May 14 to
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11:30 AM ET Wales beat England 13-6 in Cardiff on Saturday to avenge their loss in the reverse fixture last Sunday and take them to the top of the official world rankings as the World Cup looms. A fired-up Wales, fielding a near full-strength side against a more mixed England lineup for the second game
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4:33 PM ET MEDINAH, Ill. — Tiger Woods played perhaps his best round of golf since winning the Masters, shooting a bogey-free 5-under-par 67 on Saturday at Medinah Country Club. But he’s still a long way from qualifying for next week’s Tour Championship, meaning he’ll need another low round on Sunday — and probably some
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4:28 PM ET GLENDALE, Ariz. — Even though the Arizona Cardinals are still working with the NFL on how to fix the issues with rookie quarterback Kyler Murray‘s clap snap that led to two false start penalties Thursday night against the Oakland Raiders, coach Kliff Kingsbury feels like “we’re in a good place with it.”
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