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  • DiVincenzo helps No. 1 Villanova rally past Butler

    Donte DiVincenzo scored a career-high 30 points, Jalen Brunson had 27 and No. 1 Villanova bounced back from its second loss of the season, rallying past Butler 86-75 Saturday. Omari Spellman added 10 points and 11 rebounds for the Wildcats (23-2, 10-2 Big East), who avoided losing consecutive games for the first time since March 2013. The injury-depleted Wildcats were coming off a surprising home loss to last-place St. John's three days earlier. Kelan Martin...

  • Longtime Cowboys scout Jim Garrett, father of Jason, dies

    Longtime NFL scout Jim Garrett, the father of Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett, died Friday night. He was 87.Jim Garrett's wife, Jane, and all eight...

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  • Thurston, Scott return for Cowboys' trial

    The long awaited return of co-captains Johnathan Thurston and Matt Scott for North Queensland's opening NRL trial has been offset by a hamstring injury to...

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  • Breakdown 2018 NFC East QB situations: Where do Giants rank? Each team's big question

    Eagles, Giants, Redskins and Cowboys all face big questions at QB heading into 2018, even after Alex Smith trade. Best situation? Worst? Our rankings.
  • Six Stanford players; Humboldt State’s Cappa invited to NFL combine

    Safety Justin Reid, the younger brother of 49ers safety Eric Reid, is among six Stanford players who have earned invitations to the NFL combine in Indianapolis. Of the 326 invitees, nine are from Northern California colleges: Stanford leads the way and California, Humboldt State and San Jose State will have one player represented. The 49ers have selected a Stanford player in the first round of the past two drafts. They took defensive lineman Solomon Thomas No. 3...

  • Cowboys' Granville step closer to Origin

    He may have been a glaring omission in a new-look Emerging Maroons squad but North Queensland hooke Jake Granville is one step closer to State of Origin...

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  • Cowboys backline ready to fire: O'Neill

    The pain of their 2017 NRL grand final loss still burns for North Queensland but centre Justin O'Neill admits he's still wondering how a misfiring Cowboys...

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