Month: July 2017

The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights is investigating the University of Florida for possible Title IX violations over its handling of a sexual assault allegation against a Gators football player. John Clune, the accuser’s attorney, told the Tampa Bay Times on Friday that the Title IX investigation will look into a complaint
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INDIO, Calif. — Undefeated bantamweight Oscar “Jaguar” Negrete used a relentless attack to wear down and stop Sergio Frias at the end of the eighth round in a scheduled 10-rounder at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino. Negrete, a Colombian based in Los Angeles, was the aggressor throughout the fight, backing Frias into the ropes and landing
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HALLANDALE BEACH, Fla. — The spring meet came to an end on Friday for the purpose of deciding the jockey, trainer, and owner titles, with none of the three races close at the end. Tyler Gaffalione dominated the rider standings, with Edgard Zayas easily second. Emisael Jaramillo, Luca Panici, and Miguel Vasquez rounded out the
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Favorites entered this week at Monmouth winning at a 41 percent clip (75 for 181), and it looks like they could dominate the 11-race United Nations card Saturday, including the big race itself. Using alternates or spreads in the occasional spot, I’ll try to take down both the early (races 1-5) and late (races 7-11)
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