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Justin Thomas shoots 6-under 66 | Round 2 | Workday Charity Open 2020 – PGA TOUR

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Skull Session: Nebraska Would Forfeit $50 Million if It Played Outside the Big Ten, Negative Recruiting Has Al – Eleven Warriors

The Big Ten has a message for Nebraska if it tries to play this fall, the negative recruiting against Big Ten schools has already begun, and more.

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Just to put everything in perspective…
2020 will be the first calendar year without an Ohio State football game since 1889.
Buckeyes played through the flu pandemic of 1918 and two World Wars, but they won’t play this fall.
Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) August 11, 2020
We’re living in wild, wild times.
Word of the Day: Disconsolate.
 COMIC RELIEF. There weren’t many things to smile about yesterday, but Urban Meyer raging on a shirtless man for standing behind his live national television broadcas…

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TEAMS: Key defenders out, Swans axe young guns – AFL

Giants and Swans lock in line-ups for Sydney Derby in Perth

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GREATER Western Sydney full-back Phil Davis has failed to overcome a knee injury and will miss Thursday night’s Sydney Derby against the Swans in Perth.
Davis hurt the medial ligament in his left knee in the Giants’ nail-biting win over Essendon last Friday night and did not recover in time. 
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It is the first game the former captain has missed in 2020. 
Ruckman Shane Mumford has been rested for the match at Optus Stadium, with Sam Jacobs and debutant Tom Hutchesson th…

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‘I’m Mika, I’m Maika’: Fijian flyers helping kids spread their wings – NRL.COM

As Maika Sivo and Mikaele Ravalawa prepare to face off on Friday night, countless Fijian kids have already acted out the wing battle between their homegrown heroes.

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As Maika Sivo and Mikaele Ravalawa prepare to face off on Friday night, countless Fijian kids have already acted out the wing battle between their homegrown heroes.
For Sivo, who once idolised Votua-born Akuila Uate, it’s a cool feeling leading into Parramatta’s clash with Ravalawa’s Dragons at Bankwest Stadium.
“I’ve been calling my cousins the last couple of weeks and the young kids in Fiji are running around saying, ‘I’m Mika’, ‘I’m Maika’,” he said.
“It’s good to see those kind of things …

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