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Ranking the Worst NBA Playoff Collapses of All Time – Bleacher Report

There’s a reason the Denver Nuggets’ playoff victories over the Los Angeles Clippers and Utah Jazz have garnered such attention. Only 13 teams have ever clawed …

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No. 11 Oklahoma State loses QB Spencer Sanders, comes back to inch past Tulsa 16-7 in opener – CBS Sports

Sanders appeared to injure his ankle after a fumbled handoff in the first quarter

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It wasn’t the clean, exciting start many were expecting from No. 11 Oklahoma State, but the Cowboys survived a tough opening game against Tulsa in a 16-7 rock fight early Saturday afternoon in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Just about everything that could have gone wrong in this game did — for both sides.
It started when the Cowboys lost starting quarterback Spencer Sanders to what was officially called a “lower extremity injury” that sidelined him for the rest of the game. Sanders, who was coming off…

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Richie Porte set for Tour de France podium as Tadej Pogacar crushes rival in thrilling penultimate stage – ABC News

Tadej Pogacar’s stage win all but guarantees the 21-year-old will become the youngest victor in more than a century, while Tasmanian Richie Porte is poised to c…

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In an incredible climax to the Tour de France, Tadej Pogacar crushed his fellow Slovenian, Primoz Roglic, in the last stage before the finish in Paris.
Key points:

  • Pogacar is set to become the youngest winner since 1904
  • Fellow Slovenian Roglic had started with a 57 second lead
  • Tasmanian Richie Porte went from fourth place to third

Pogacar is now poised to win the Tour de France after claiming the overall leader’s yellow jersey after clocking 55 minutes, 55 s…

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Gary Sanchez’s resurgence has been ‘massive’ for Yankees – New York Post

BOSTON — It took nearly until late September, but the Yankees are finally just about where they want to be. With Friday night’s win over the Red Sox, the Yankee…

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BOSTON It took nearly until late September, but the Yankees are finally just about where they want to be.
With Friday nights win over the Red Sox, the Yankees slid by the Twins for the fourth seed in the American League and would host Minnesota in a wild-card series. They also had won nine straight and, after another regular season filled with injuries to key players, are fairly healthy with a week left until the playoffs.
The returns of Giancarlo Stanton and Aaron Judge, as well as Gio Urshel…

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