Sports Merchandise COLUMBUS, Ohio — After shaking hands and giving interviews at midfield, Baker Mayfield belted out, “My turn now,” before sprinting to the corner of “The Shoe,” where hundreds of jubilant Oklahoma fans awaited. Seconds later, he returned to midfield. Mayfield found the Sooners’ oversized crimson flag, unraveled it and began waving it around.
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EDMONTON, Alberta — Amanda Nunes is still the UFC’s female bantamweight champion — by the very skin of her teeth. Nunes (15-4) defended her 135-pound title for the second time, narrowly defeating Valentina Shevchenko (14-3) via split decision Saturday in the main event at UFC 215 inside Rogers Place. UFC flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson would
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The long-simmering feud between Ray Allen and the other members of the 2008 Boston Celtics championship squad might be coming to an end. Paul Pierce, the NBA Finals MVP for that team who signed a one-day contract with Boston earlier this summer to retire as a Celtic, posted a picture of himself and Allen together
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This week’s mailbag features your questions on young playoff teams, offensive- and defensive-minded teams and more. You can tweet your questions using the hashtag #peltonmailbag or email them to peltonmailbag@gmail.com. Everyone is excited about 76ers. Is there precedent for a team’s top 3 being so inexperienced and making the postseason? — Josh Cornelissen (@XavierStar) September
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CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — The sequel to Lamar Jackson‘s Heisman Trophy campaign might be even better than the original. The defending Heisman winner turned in another record-breaking performance in the Louisville Cardinals‘ 47-35 win over the North Carolina Tar Heels on Saturday, throwing for 393 yards and rushing for 132 more. Jackson became just the
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