Headlines on 2018-10-13

  • No. 17 Oregon outlasts No. 7 Washington 30-27 in OT

    EUGENE, Ore. - C.J. Verdell scored on a 6-yard run in overtime and No. 17 Oregon knocked off No. 7 Washington 30-27 on Saturday. Verdell finished with 111 yards, but none were sweeter for the Ducks than the final 6, when he sprinted nearly untouched on 3rd-and-goal and set off a wild celebration in the east end zone of Autzen Stadium. The Ducks (5-1, 2-1 Pac-12) were fortunate to reach overtime after Washington kicker Peyton Henry missed a 37-yard field-goal attempt on the final play of...

    SFGate
  • Justin Turner’s big blast puts Dodgers right back into series

    MILWAUKEE — Justin Turner took a giant uppercut swing in Saturday’s eighth inning that transformed the Brewers’ yellow rally towels into rags suitable for soaking up spilled beer. The entire momentum of this NLCS shifted with Turner’s two-run jolt into the left-field seats that sent the Dodgers to a 4-3 victory over the Brewers in...

    New York Post
  • Russell Canouse's goal lifts DC United into playoff position

    WASHINGTON (AP) - Russell Canouse scored in the 86th minute and D.C. United moved into playoff position with a 1-0 victory over Western Conference-leading FC Dallas on Saturday. United (12-11-8) won its third in a row, improved its unbeaten streak to seven and moved into sixth place in the East, ...

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  • Maurizio Sarri reveals what he talked about with Jurgen Klopp on the touchline at Stamford Bridge

    Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has revealed what he and Jurgen Klopp were joking and smiling about during the 1-1 draw with Liverpool at the end of last month.

    Mail Online
  • Carolyn Hax: Monosyllabic teenager should be able to handle ‘please’ and ‘thanks’

    And you have a right to insist that he use them. But don’t expect a whole lot more than that.

    www.washingtonpost.com
  • LeMay helps Charlotte pull away from W. Kentucky, 40-14

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - Benny LeMay had 17 carries for 121 yards and two touchdowns and Charlotte used the third quarter to pull away from Western Kentucky for a 40-14 win on Saturday. The win was the program's largest margin of victory as a member of Conference USA. Following a ...

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  • Mexico assures China that new trade deal won't hurt ties

    Mexico has assured the Chinese government that new trade terms it agreed to with the United States and Canada won't dampen its economic and bilateral relations with China. The Mexican Foreign Ministry said Foreign Minister Luis Videgary told Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi by telephone...

    ABC News
  • Mexico assures China that new trade deal won't hurt ties

    MEXICO CITY (AP) - Mexico has assured the Chinese government that new trade terms it agreed to with the United States and Canada won't dampen its economic and bilateral relations with China. The Mexican Foreign Ministry said Foreign Minister Luis Videgary told Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi by telephone Saturday ...

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  • Trump Suggests Support For Renewing Family Separation

    “I will say this: If they feel there will be separation, they don't come.”

    The Daily Beast
  • Vicky Pattison offers support to Ant McPartlin

    Vicky Pattison has revealed that she is devastated Ant McPartlin won't be presenting I'm A Celebrity this year, as she offered her support to the troubled star.

    Mail Online
  • Dodgers top Brewers in nailbiter to tie 1-1 in the NLCS

    With a game-changing, go-ahead home run from Justin Turner in the eighth, the Dodgers clinched their first NLCS win and pulled even with the Brewers in the series standings.

    HardballTalk
  • 76ers apologize after offensive tweets by Mike Muscala's father surface

    The Philadelphia 76ers found themselves in the middle of another social media blunder Saturday, only this time it was their new general manager apologizing for posts made by the father of one of the players. In a statement released Saturday afternoon, GM Elton Brand brought to light "inappropriate and offensive social media posts from Bob Muscala," the father of forward Mike Muscala. Bob Muscala had been operating a burner Twitter account under the name "MuskieBobber," a...

    ABC News