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  • The Arch Manning effect: Texas lands seventh big recruit since QB's commitment By New York Post   -   Jun 28, 2022

    THE ARCH MANNING EFFECT: TEXAS LANDS SEVENTH BIG RECRUIT SINCE QB'S COMMITMENT

    Texas is back - back on the recruiting trail, at least.

  • Matthew Wolff jumps to LIV Golf after PGA Tour struggles By New York Post   -   Jun 28, 2022

    MATTHEW WOLFF JUMPS TO LIV GOLF AFTER PGA TOUR STRUGGLES

    Another big PGA Tour player has bolted for LIV Golf.

    Golf
  • ‘F-k Tina Charles': WNBA's Sophie Cunningham curses out ex-Mercury teammate By New York Post   -   Jun 28, 2022

    ‘F-K TINA CHARLES': WNBA'S SOPHIE CUNNINGHAM CURSES OUT EX-MERCURY TEAMMATE

    There appears to be no love lost between Tina Charles and her former Phoenix Mercury teammate Sophie Cunningham.

  • Nick Kyrgios calls lineswoman a ‘snitch' in first Wimbledon match By New York Post   -   Jun 28, 2022

    NICK KYRGIOS CALLS LINESWOMAN A ‘SNITCH' IN FIRST WIMBLEDON MATCH

    Nick Kyrgios' Wimbledon is off to a particularly rocky start.

  • I have the world's strongest middle finger - it can lift 285 pounds By New York Post   -   Jun 28, 2022

    I HAVE THE WORLD'S STRONGEST MIDDLE FINGER - IT CAN LIFT 285 POUNDS

    Steve Keeler officially has the strongest bird-flipper in the world, according to the Guinness Book. He set a new world record with...

  • Lewis Hamilton calls for ‘action' after Nelson Piquet's racial slur By New York Post   -   Jun 28, 2022

    LEWIS HAMILTON CALLS FOR ‘ACTION' AFTER NELSON PIQUET'S RACIAL SLUR

    Lewis Hamilton and Formula 1 have condemned former world champion Nelson Piquet for using a racial slur against him in an interview.

  • All signs point to Mitch Trubisky starting for Steelers By New York Post   -   Jun 28, 2022

    ALL SIGNS POINT TO MITCH TRUBISKY STARTING FOR STEELERS

    Kenny Pickett may be considered Ben Roethlisberger's eventual heir apparent, but it doesn't seem like he'll be the Steelers' starting...

  • Kristina Mladenovic's ‘crop top' turns heads at Wimbledon By New York Post   -   Jun 28, 2022

    KRISTINA MLADENOVIC'S ‘CROP TOP' TURNS HEADS AT WIMBLEDON

    Kristina Mladenovic's run at Wimbledon may be over, but tennis fans are still supporting her from afar.

    Running, Tennis
  • Champ Israel Adesanya ‘not overestimating' Jared Cannonier at UFC 276 By New York Post   -   Jun 28, 2022

    CHAMP ISRAEL ADESANYA ‘NOT OVERESTIMATING' JARED CANNONIER AT UFC 276

    Israel Adesanya will defend his middleweight title against Jared Cannonier in the UFC 276 pay-per-view main event on Saturday in Las...

  • Matteo Berrettini, last year's runner-up, out of Wimbledon with COVID By New York Post   -   Jun 28, 2022

    MATTEO BERRETTINI, LAST YEAR'S RUNNER-UP, OUT OF WIMBLEDON WITH COVID

    Last year's runner-up at Wimbledon dropped out of the grass-court Grand Slam tournament hours before he was scheduled to play his first-round...

  • Jesse Winker gets standing ovation from Mariners fans after Angels brawl By New York Post   -   Jun 28, 2022

    JESSE WINKER GETS STANDING OVATION FROM MARINERS FANS AFTER ANGELS BRAWL

    "There's almost a 3,000th hit vibe inside the ballpark right now," announcer Dave Sims said on the Root Sports Network broadcast.

  • Diego Schwartzman's girlfriend, Eugenia De Martino, wows at Wimbledon By New York Post   -   Jun 28, 2022

    DIEGO SCHWARTZMAN'S GIRLFRIEND, EUGENIA DE MARTINO, WOWS AT WIMBLEDON

    Diego Schwartzman's model girlfriend, Eugenia De Martino, is heating up social media as the Argentine tennis player prepares for Wimbledon.

    Tennis
  • Deep-dive into these stats reveals why bettors should be in on Braves By New York Post   -   Jun 28, 2022

    DEEP-DIVE INTO THESE STATS REVEALS WHY BETTORS SHOULD BE IN ON BRAVES

    The first month of the MLB season featured dominant bullpens and the death of the late-inning comeback.

  • A letter to the pro wrestling gods: Enough with the WWE, AEW injuries By New York Post   -   Jun 28, 2022

    A LETTER TO THE PRO WRESTLING GODS: ENOUGH WITH THE WWE, AEW INJURIES

    This summer certainly wasn't it could have been - but there is still time to make it up to us.

  • What the Avalanche and Lightning can teach the Rangers about the path to a Cup-worthy roster By New York Post   -   Jun 28, 2022

    WHAT THE AVALANCHE AND LIGHTNING CAN TEACH THE RANGERS ABOUT THE PATH TO A CUP-WORTHY ROSTER

    Igor Shesterkin gives the Rangers about as good a foundation as possible off which to contend, but his presence is no guarantee.

  • John Wall finds new team after $41 million Rockets divorce By New York Post   -   Jun 28, 2022

    JOHN WALL FINDS NEW TEAM AFTER $41 MILLION ROCKETS DIVORCE

    All-Star point guard John Wall, 31, agreed to a buyout with the Rockets and plans to sign a free-agent deal with the Clippers, ESPN...

  • Kyrie Irving caved, and the Nets' Big 3 lives for another day By New York Post   -   Jun 28, 2022

    KYRIE IRVING CAVED, AND THE NETS' BIG 3 LIVES FOR ANOTHER DAY

    Kyrie Irving played a game of high stakes poker with the Nets and blinked, butthat isn't the only game ahead in NBA free agency.

  • Wimbledon 2022: Tennis stars' moments, meltdowns and more By New York Post   -   Jun 28, 2022

    WIMBLEDON 2022: TENNIS STARS' MOMENTS, MELTDOWNS AND MORE

    Let the games begin!

    Tennis
  • Albert Abreu rediscovering confidence in second Yankees stint By New York Post   -   Jun 28, 2022

    ALBERT ABREU REDISCOVERING CONFIDENCE IN SECOND YANKEES STINT

    When the Yankees traded Albert Abreu to the Rangers in April, the right-handed reliever felt lost.

  • Yankees' Anthony Rizzo ‘should be' good after getting hit on elbow By New York Post   -   Jun 28, 2022

    YANKEES' ANTHONY RIZZO ‘SHOULD BE' GOOD AFTER GETTING HIT ON ELBOW

    Anthony Rizzo doesn't expect to miss time after being removed from Monday's game following a hit by pitch.