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Australia’s F1 future is bright — and this brilliant performance proves it – Fox Sports

Australia’s Formula One future is looking increasingly bright after two youngsters from down under impressed on the world stage on Saturday.

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Champions League scores, highlights, takeaways: Messi magic for Barcelona; Bayern Munich, Lewandowski roll – CBS Sports

The scene will now shift to Portugal for the quarterfinals after Barcelona and Bayern Munich advanced

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The Champions League round of 16 is in the rear-view mirror after Saturday’s action saw Barcelona knock out Napoli and Bayern Munich cruise past Chelsea in the second leg. Those two join Manchester City, Lyon, RB Leipzig, Atletico Madrid, PSG and Atalanta in the last eight set to battle it out in Lisbon, Portugal. All remaining games in the Champions League can be streamed on CBS All Access. We have you covered with a complete look at the bracket, schedule and top scorers.
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Kevin Harvick bypasses Busch, takes opener in Michigan doubleheader – NASCAR

Kevin Harvick zoomed to victory Saturday in the first race of a NASCAR Cup Series weekend doubleheader at Michigan International Speedway.

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Kevin Harvick zoomed to a convincing NASCAR Cup Series victory in overtime Saturday, bypassing Kyle Busch to lead the last 14 laps and prevail in the first race of a weekend doubleheader for the circuit at Michigan International Speedway.
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Harvick led a race-best 92 of the 161 laps in the Stewart-Haas Racing No. 4 Ford. His fifth win of the season was his fourth at Michigan and the 54th of his Cup Series career.
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‘Hidden in plain sight’: CSU football staff accused of racial insensitivity, abuse – Coloradoan

Players and staff members say athletic director Joe Parker and other administrators failed to address demeaning behaviors.

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CSU athletes, staff say athletic administration covering up COVID-19 health threat
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More than 20 current and former Colorado State football players and athletic department staff say they have witnessed recurring instances of racial insensitivity and abusive behavior within the department.
Across the course of dozens of independently gathered and corroborated interviews with Coloradoan reporters, sources within the program claim a pattern of concerning behavior has spanned the tenure of …

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