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Renee Montgomery writes a letter to Senator and dream owner Kelly Loeffler

CONCLUDE SportsPulse: USA TODAY Sports’ Nancy Armor discusses Maya Moore’s campaign to free an illegally convicted man from prison. USA TODAY The Atlanta Dream Guard Renee Montgomery has conquered the basketball court both in the WNBA and previously at the University of Connecticut. But last month, Montgomery decided that a bigger fight needed to be fought, and therefore decided to …

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ESPN Condemns Obscene Tweet from Star NBA Reporter to US Senator – Deadline

ESPN said an obscene tweet by star NBA reporter Adrian Wojnarowski to Republican Missouri Senator Josh Hawley was “completely unacceptable behavior” and promised internal discipline. The company’s explanation came after Wojnarowski Hawley tweeted “F ** k you”, who in a tweet and letter to NBA commissioner Adam Silver asked why NBA players didn’t “Free Hong Kong”, “Support Our Troops” , …

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Cubs Notes: Epstein, extensions, catchers

By TC Zencka | July 10, 2020 at the 10:02 p.m. CDT Theo Epstein has largely led his clubs with positive, progressive news that ends up, if at all, at the overly diplomatic end of the spectrum. He and the Chicago Cubs organization are encouraging their players to express their opinions as they wish, writes Tim Stebbins from NBC Sports. …

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NASCAR’s Jimmie Johnson “Confused” by COVID-19 Tests

Jimmie Johnson is as confused as everyone else about his coronavirus plight. A positive test resulted in the seven-time NASCAR champion missing the first race of his career. A negative test followed three days later. He never suffered from symptoms and was only tested after his wife, who had seasonal allergies, received a positive test. Was it false positive? Does …

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BYU loses 3 more competitions after Pac-12 only goes to conference for 2020

PROVO – BYU’s 2020 soccer plan was considered one of the best in school history. That was at least until the last two days when the Big Ten and Pac-12 announced that, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, they won’t be playing conference games until the fall. This wiped out the September independent cougars’ schedule against four Power Five opponents. …

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Player ratings: Real Madrid 2 – Alaves 0; 2020 La Liga

Thanks to some referee decisions, Real Madrid have eight wins from eight games after a 2-0 win over Alaves, restoring their four-point lead over Barcelona. It was a changed lineup tonight, but still a convincing win. See player ratings below. Thibaut Courtois– 8th:: Another goal for the Belgian. Wasn’t very busy throughout the game, but that doesn’t mean Alaves didn’t …

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Justin Allgaier of NASCAR was able to start the race after the collision in the last lap of the Xfinity Series

USATSI Justin Allgaier was released from the hospital after being examined for an irregular heart rate after the NASCAR Xfinity Series race on Thursday evening in Kentucky. After further evaluations, Allgaier was released on Friday evening for the return of the double header. The driver of car No. 7 for JR Motorsports was taken to hospital after an accident in …

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Michael Bidwill tests positive for COVID-19

Cardinal Michael Bidwill tested positive for COVID-19. Bidwill has been traveling for several weeks and is spending time on the east coast, where the team believes he has contracted the virus. When he developed symptoms, he did a test that was positive. Bidwill’s doctor then recommended going to the hospital. His symptoms have subsided and Bidwill is expected to be …

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Other athletes from Clemson University, employees tested positive for COVID-19, school official says

LAST MONTH. CLEMSON SPORTSMEN SHORTLY RELEASING THEIR LATEST ROUND OF CORONAVIRUS DATA, THE NUMBER OF POSITIVE CASES SEEING A HUGE DROP UNDER THEIR SPORTSMEN ON CAMPUS. In the past two weeks, CLEMSON has identified six positive cases from 292 additional tests, which corresponds to a POSITIVITY RATE of approximately 2%. THESE FIGURES, A DROP FROM THE 19 POSITIVE RESULTS TWO …

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