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- Good Housekeeping
'Jeopardy! champion James Holzhauer's record of 32 consecutive games won was beat by current champion Amy Schneider. Read how 'The Chase' star reacted to the news and what Amy said about her accomplishment.
- NBC Sports
Andre Ayew's sliding boot to the face of Comoros keeper Salim Ben Boina went from a yellow card offense to a straight red after VAR review.
- Badgers Wire
Johnny Davis just became the first division one player to accomplish this feat since 2002.
- The Telegraph
Emma Raducanu 'has a lot to learn': Sloane Stephens hits out at British No 1's behaviour after Australian Open defeat
Emma Raducanu still “has a lot to learn”, said her defeated first-round opponent Sloane Stephens, who sounded aggrieved at the way Raducanu had challenged her verbally at the start of their first-round match.
- NBC Sports
At the Australian Open, Amanda Anisimova, a former teenage American phenom, upset Belinda Bencic to advance to a match with Naomi Osaka.
- Women's Health
Who Is Maddy Brum From 'Cheer' Season 2? All about the breakout star's Massachusetts-based family, including her dad's arrest, crime, and prison sentence.
- USA TODAY Sports
New York Islanders defenseman Zdeno Chara felled Philadelphia Flyers forward Zack MacEwen with a hard punch but checked to make sure he was fine.
NFL star Nick Bosa says his fish-heavy diet is the reason he is the leanest player on his team, despite weighing 266 lbs
San Francisco 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa has the lowest fat percentage on his team, despite being one of the bulkier players. He credited his diet.
The LA Coliseum track has drawn the most comparisons to the ancient Bowman Gray Stadium in Winston-Salem, N.C.
- The Guardian
The Steelers quarterback is headed to the Hall of Fame. But he was unloved outside Pittsburgh for understandable reasons Ben Roethlisberger almost certainly played his final game in the NFL on Sunday. Photograph: Ed Zurga/AP Ben Roethlisberger is lucky that football legacies are not decided by finales. If Sunday night was indeed Big Ben’s last ever NFL game, as he has strongly hinted, it wasn’t exactly a mic drop. In the 42-21 beatdown by the Chiefs, Roethlisberger struggled with rollouts, and l
- Men's Health
YouTuber Laurie Shaw took a month of Krav Maga self-defense classes and then tested out everything he learned in a simulated fight situation.
- ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
Officially, neither the NFL nor the NFL Players Association had comment regarding Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians slapping the helmet of safety Andrew Adams, with an elbow on the follow-through. Unofficially, the incident has landed on the radar screen of the league office. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, the incident is “being handled.” [more]
- Browns Wire
Three quick cuts and the Browns can almost double their salary cap space. Are they worth it? Depends on how you value the players that would be involved:
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
The game wasn't even over when people began sounding off against the Arizona Cardinals and head coach Kliff Kingsbury.
- Rams Wire
Andrew Whitworth had a parting shot for the Cardinals after the Rams blew out Arizona in the wild-card round
Every single parent and student on the team are supporting the coach, who was placed on administrative leave without notice as to why, according to the coach. The district said the leave was 'non-disciplinary' action.
- Knox News | The Knoxville News-Sentinel
Here's what happened in the second half that led to four technicals for Tennessee, Vanderbilt basketball
Here's a look at what happened between the Tennessee Vols and the Vanderbilt Commodores in the second half that resulted in four technical fouls.
- Bears Wire
Chicago has an intriguing list of candidates for general manager. But there's one who Bears players are rallying around.
- The Daily Beast
Comedy CentralThe Daily Show returned from a long hiatus on Tuesday and among the stories host Trevor Noah decided to catch up on was the drawn-out saga of tennis champion Novak Djokovic’s ejection from the Australian Open for his refusal to get the COVID-19 vaccine.“This was supposed to have been a big week for Djokovic,” Noah said. “But like my dream of starring in the biopic of Weird Al, it wasn’t meant to be.”In reference to a survey that found 71% of Australians favored his deportation, the
- Hoops Hype
Could Fox be better? Yes. Could he be more engaged this season? Very specifically, yes. Things I hear behind the scenes… he's not as engaged in the team, as he has been in the past. And that's a problem. Source: Kings Beat What's the buzz on ...