Kaleb Barker connected with receiver Kaylon Geiger for two touchdowns and Troy beat in-state rival South Alabama 37-13 on Wednesday night in the Battle for the Belt.
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The Oakland Raiders have signed tight end Darren Waller to a multiyear contract extension.
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When the San Francisco 49ers meet the Washington Redskins on Sunday, Kyle Shanahan insists it won't be personal. In a conference call with D.C. reporters, the 49ers coach noted this won't be his first
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Bills tight end Lee Smith makes a distinction when it comes to overconfidence and Buffalo preparing to face the winless Miami Dolphins.
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Getting behind by two touchdowns early doesn't help any team's running game, but early deficits are just one reason why the Los Angeles Chargers' ground game has been stuck in neutral the past two wee
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Tennessee coach Jeremy Pruitt says quarterback Brian Maurer's status for the Volunteers' Saturday matchup at No. 1 Alabama will be a game-time decision after the freshman sustained a concussion last w
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Week 7 of the fantasy football season will hinge on the health of two WR1-caliber pass-catchers along with an opportunity for a Super Bowl quarterback to redeem himself.
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For a franchise that has had little success the past few seasons, the San Francisco 49ers are sure taking their fast start this season in stride.
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Redskins rookie Dwayne Haskins received all the first-team reps in practice Wednesday as quarterback Case Keenum rested with right shoulder and foot injuries.
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Terry McLaurin dropped the ball, and Donald Penn was incensed.
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Interesting message here.The oldest teams in MLB, by average age: 1. Nationals (31.1) - Made WS 2. Yankees (30.0) - ALCS 3. Braves (29.7) - Won NL East 4. Astros (29.4) - ALCS 5. Dodgers (29.0) - 106 wins 6. Cards (28.8) - Won NL Central But yeah, aim for those cheap young guys. Right, savvy MLB execs?Beat Writer / Columnist
Dinner update because I know everyone cares: I did check the #Keto code and I was eligible for a night off (thanks Nats!). The great folks at @seamless sent a gift card and dinner was excellent (thanks Seamless!). Now back on the plan for a while.Beat Writer / Columnist
Follow my friend and colleague @Britt_Ghiroli if you aren't already. She's done an excellent job during this surreal Nationals season. Here's yet another example.“I saw needles in his shoulder. I saw him play when he probably shouldn’t have played earlier in his career. That’s the kind of man he is and the kind of player he is.” On winning for Zim, which has become part of the Nationals rallying cry: https://t.co/XXgteMduqkBeat Writer / Columnist
It is pouring. I forgot to take something out for dinner. The Nationals are going to the World Series. I think that combo allows me to break #Keto ranks for the night and order my favorite @Seamless dinner. Maybe they'll send it to me for free to celebrate?Beat Writer / Columnist
They were 17-2 over two homestands in 2005 but obviously with road games in between. To go 16-2 in any stretch vs. MLB competition is mind-boggling. And this has been vs. teams with winning records (at the time). Unreal. Incredible.Maybe lost in all the mayhem: The Nats are 16-2 in their last 18 games. They’ve never had a better 18-game span in their team history. And it’s come leading up to, and through, the postseason. Talk about peaking at the right time!Beat Writer / Columnist
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