Month: January 2018

What to do with Ajinkya Rahane in ODIs is a question India have grappled with since the last World Cup. As action moved to slower pitches, captain MS Dhoni identified him as a batsman who could open the innings but would struggle against the older, softer ball. With the opening positions packed with two of
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Former Southern Illinois and Minnesota head football coach Jerry Kill is returning to the Salukis’ program, but this time as an ambassador for the school he took to five straight Football Championship Subdivision title games. Jerry Kill, who has been the head coach at Southern Illinois and Minnesota, then later the offensive coordinator at Rutgers,
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Now that the deal is finally signed for the much-anticipated rematch between unified middleweight world champion Gennady Golovkin and former champion Canelo Alvarez on May 5, promoters Oscar De La Hoya and Tom Loeffler will get cracking on finalizing a site for the big fight. According to both promoters, who announced the fight was finalized
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The welterweight world title elimination fight between Ray Robinson and Yordenis Ugas has a new date and location than originally scheduled — but the fight will still air live on Showtime, the network announced on Tuesday. The fight, which will move the winner a step closer to an eventual mandatory shot to challenge for the
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England have received a significant injury boost ahead of their Six Nations opener against Italy after a trio of players rated doubtful were passed fit. Flanker Chris Robshaw (back), lock Maro Itoje (hip) and fullback Mike Brown (blurred vision) have returned to training and have been given the all-clear for Sunday’s showdown in Rome. Of
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