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  • LeBron James takes control of the Lakers

    Twenty games into his 16th season, LeBron James is back to running the show.

    ESPN.com
  • Harp Takes Budget Show On Road

    You might see Mayor Toni Harp at your next management team meeting. She and the city’s budget officials are making the rounds to talk about the city’s finances ... and to claw back a narrative that lays the blame for dire straits at her feet.

    New Haven Independent
  • Is Peyton Barber Related to Tiki Barber? Who is Peyton Barber’s Family?

    As the Tampa Bay Buccaneers regroup after losing to the New York Giants, fans of the team are curious about running back Peyton Barber’s relationship to another NFL star! Now they’re asking if Peyton is related to Tiki Barber, who was a running back for the Giants back in the mid-00s. Find out if the […] The post Is Peyton Barber Related to Tiki Barber? Who Is Peyton Barber’s Family? appeared first on Earn The Necklace.

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  • LeBron gets mad at refs, who take it out on Chris Webber

    That’s one theatric way to prove a point. LeBron James and the Lakers were so fed up with the officiating Thursday night against the Rockets that they resorted to defending a few possessions with their hands behind their back. “Just trying to defend without fouling,” James said, per ESPN. “That’s a point of emphasis any

    New York Post
  • Alabama, Clemson players lead All-America football team

    The four College Football Playoff semifinalists combined to place 10 players on the Associated Press All-America first team, including a high of four from No. 1 Alabama, the AP announced Monday. Alabama had six players chosen to the three All-America teams, more than any other school. No. 2 Clemson has three first-teamers, No. 4 Oklahoma has two, including quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray, and No. 3 Notre Dame had one. Alabama placed two players on offense and two on defense,...

    SFGate
  • South Alabama trustees fund new football stadium

    MOBILE, Ala. (AP) - Trustees at the University of South Alabama in Mobile have approved funding to build a new football stadium on campus. Al.com reports that board members meeting Friday authorized a $75 million bond issue to pay for construction of the planned stadium. The school's team currently plays

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  • Rick Darlington goes from Apopka to Alabama as football coach

    As expected, record-setting Apopka football coach Rick Darlington was named by Enterprise High School in Alabama as its new coach on Thursday. The Enterprise City Schools Board of Education voted to approve Darlington, who led Apopka to three state championships, as the coach of a storied program...

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