A number of teams started 2022 with a win.
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- Hartford Courant
St. Luke’s School 10th grader Teddy Balkind did not fall on the ice before succumbing to an fatal neck injury during a game at Brunswick School in Greenwich last week, according to school and police officials. On behalf of the Balkinds, St. Luke’s Head of School Mark Davis released a letter posted on the school’s website on Wednesday clarifying that Balkind didn’t fall to the ice, instead, he ...
- Raleigh News and Observer
Hurricanes bench boss Rod Brind’Amour said he was moved by the sing-along gesture, and players agreed they owed it to those fans to play better Saturday than they had the previous game.
- ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
Sunday’s game between the Eagles and the Buccaneers included a moment during which Tampa Bay coach Bruce Arians went after defensive back Andrew Adams, physically. It came after a muffed punt by Philadelphia receiver Jalen Reagor. Arians, in order to keep Adams from drawing a flag for pulling an opponent off the pile, slapped Adams [more]
- Yahoo Sports
Cowboys fans were seething on Sunday. Apparently, so was Dak.
- Women's Health
Fans of Netflix's new docuseries 'Cheer' are baffled by the unknown meaning of 'FIOFMU,' often seen in the show. Well, here Coach Monica sets the record straight.
- NBC Sports Boston
The Bruins and Predators racked up the hits at a historic rate Saturday afternoon at TD Garden.
- NBC Sports BayArea
After the game, PFWA pool reporter Todd Archer spoke with referee Alex Kemp about the controversial finish. Here is the entire back-and-forth.
TULSA, Okla. — Anybody who laid eyes on Ryan Newman knew he had accomplished his No. 1 goal in his heat race Friday at the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals. Sure, the 44-year-old from South Bend, Indiana, finished third after starting ninth and collected valuable passing points. But the sizable grin on his face was […]
- Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Bill Ballou offers suggestions that may make the game more appealing
- USA TODAY Sports - Golfweek
Jack Nicklaus continues to campaign for the governing bodies to roll back the ball: ‘They say they put a line in the sand but that line in the sand keeps getting wider. They keep crossing it.’
If Jack Nicklaus has said it once, he's said it a thousand times: the golf ball goes too far.
- Good Housekeeping
Frances Berwick of NBCUniversal Television gave an update for fans about the 22nd season of 'The Voice' on NBC, and viewers aren't going to be happy about it.
The NCAA has sought information from the University of Oregon about its relationship to a third-party NIL program, the school confirmed to Sportico. In a statement, Oregon athletics spokesman Jimmy Stanton said the association has also requested information regarding “our NIL policies and process (and) apps that we use for education and reporting.” Stanton added […]
- Bills Wire
Fitz Magic is one of a kind:
- Star Tribune (Minneapolis)
Iowa coach Fran McCaffery called his counterpart "masterful." Jamison Battle and E.J. Stephens spoke proudly of the Gophers' grit. Roars filled the Barn during a stirring second-half comeback. Had there not been a scoreboard handy, you might not have noticed that Iowa defeated Minnesota 81-71 at Williams Arena on Sunday, running the Gophers' losing streak to four games, with only one of those ...
- NBC Sports BayArea
Kyle Shanahan explains the fourth-down gaffe that could have cost the 49ers the game.
- The Daily Record
When Tom Horn and his son, Logan, started seeing a piebald buck on trail cameras, the then 11-year-old made it a goal to harvest the unique animal.
- Washington Football Wire
Ryan Fitzpatrick was in attendance for the Bills' blowout wild-card win over the Patriots Saturday — as a shirtless fan.
- College Football News
According to the AP college football polls, where do the teams rank? Here are the top programs of all-time utilizing the AP's final rankings
- NBC Sports Washington
The Capitals poor fortune with forward health continued.
- The Daily Advertiser
After beating Vanderbilt on Sunday, LSU coach Kim Mulkey is inspired to tell a tale about a squirrel in Pascagoula, Mississippi.