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WWE’s NXT Vs. AEW: New Wednesday Night Ratings Battle Kicks Off This Fall
08/22/2019 3:38pm

Wrestling writer and radio host Bryan Alvarez weighs in on the new Wednesday Night Wars coming this fall between WWEs NXT and All Elite Wrestling.

Going To A Chargers Game? Here’s A Complete Guide To Dignity Health Sports Park
08/22/2019 12:07pm

If youre heading to the Dignity Health Sports Park to catch a Chargers game, here is everything you need to know

Going To A Rams Game? Here’s A Complete Guide To The LA Coliseum
08/22/2019 11:50am

If youre heading to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum to catch a Rams game, here is everything you need to know

CBS Sports HQ’s Fantasy Football Telethon Returns
08/21/2019 3:33pm

CBS Sports HQs second annual live Fantasy Football Telethon will include expert advice from NFL experts, along with Q&As with former players.

XFL Unveils 2020 Reboot; LA Wildcats To Play At Dignity Health Sports Park In Carson
08/21/2019 1:00pm

League commissioner Oliver Luck announced the new teams in a video broadcast on the XFL website.


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MLS Expands to St. Louis for 2022 Season With League’s 1st Female-Led Team Ownership
08/20/2019 7:33pm

The prospects of a Major League Soccer franchise ever calling St. Louis home appeared to have died two years ago when voters turned down the use of a business tax to finance a new downtown stadium. Then a new potential ownership group came along. Led by members of the founding family of car rental giant Enterprise, the city began to work anew last fall on its pitch for a professional soccer team. On Tuesday, the league officially announced that St.

Fullerton Little League Team Wins Junior League Baseball World Series
08/19/2019 5:34pm

The undefeated Golden Hill Little League team out of Fullerton won the Junior World Series in Taylor, Michigan, defeating a team from Guayama, Puerto Rico, 8-3 on Sunday. Its the first win for a U.S. team since 2012, and the first for a California team since La Mirada came out on top in 2003, according to the Orange County Register. The team of 13- and 14-year-olds was representing the West region in the tournament. They became U.S. champs on Friday,

MLB Suspends Dodgers Pitcher Julio Urias for 20 Games After Allegations of Domestic Violence
08/17/2019 4:30pm

Major League Baseball announced that Dodgers pitcher Julio Urias will serve a 20-game suspension stemming from his May 14 arrest on suspicion of misdemeanor domestic battery. The five games Urias missed while on administrative leave in May are included in the suspension, so he must miss 15 more games. My office has completed its investigation into the allegations that Julio Urias violated Major League Baseballs Joint Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Child Abuse Policy, MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred said in

NFL Teams up With Jay-Z’s Roc Nation on Entertainment and Social Activism
08/13/2019 3:00pm

The NFL and Jay-Zs entertainment and sports representation company are teaming up for events and social activism. The league not only will use Jay-Zs Roc Nation to consult on its entertainment presentations, including the Super Bowl halftime show, but will work with the rapper and entrepreneurs company to strengthen community through music and the NFLs Inspire Change initiative. Inspire Change was created by the league after an agreement with a coalition of players who demonstrated during the national anthem to

Simone Biles Soars to 6th U.S. Gymnastics Title, Becomes 1st Woman to Land Triple-Double
08/11/2019 10:21pm

SimoneBiles&39 historic triple-double on a 6-second loop. pic.twitter.com/gWiSvxhaS7 Team USA TeamUSA August 12, 2019 Simone Biles messed around and got a triple-double. And just about everything else too on her way to a sixth U.S. womens gymnastics title. The Olympic champion began her preparation for the 2020 Games by drilling her boundary pushing triple-twisting, double-flip aka the triple-double at the end of her first tumbling run on floor exercise Sunday night, the exclamation point of another dazzling


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Olympic Skating Coach Banned Due to Sexual Misconduct Claims
08/22/2019 9:39pm

Richard Callaghan, famed coach of Olympians such as Tara Lipinski and Todd Eldredge, was banned for life from figure skating Wednesday by the sports governing bodies due to sexual misconduct allegations, NBC News reported.Callaghan was declared permanently ineligible on Wednesday by the U.S. Center for Safesport, the federally recognized watchdog of the U.S. Olympics community, with the causes listed on its website as physical misconduct, emotional misconduct and sexual misconduct involving minor.Safesport says in its database that the sexual misconduct ruling is still subject to appeal/not yet final.Callaghans attorney, Dean Groulx, told NBC News he believes the Safesport investigation was a witch hunt.Photo Credit: Taro Yamasaki/The LIFE Images Collection/Getty Images, File

NFL Hall of Famer Says U.S. Women's Soccer Star Carli Lloyd Should Have NFL Tryout
08/21/2019 2:50pm

NFL Hall of Fame member and former Dallas Cowboys vice president of personnel Gil Brandt says he doesnt think itll be long before a woman breaks the gender barrier in the NFL.The comment was made on Twitter Tuesday after U.S. Soccer player Carli Lloyd was nailing field goals from 40 to 55 yards while taking part in a training session at an Eagles-Ravens joint practice.Brandt added, Id give her an honest tryout if I were, say, the Bears.Because thats what happens on social media, criticism of Lloyds technique and steps were soon to follow.Brandt, replying to one such commenter who questioned Lloyds ability to make the kick with fewer steps, in pads and under a rush, said I heard the same kind of things when I was bringing track athletes and soccer players back in the 60s.Lloyd, a diehard Eagles fan, said she was thankful to spend time with the team and learn about what goes on at practice.Its great. Its obviously something you dont get to see very often, Lloyd said. You see the guys playing on a week-to-week basis, but to kind of see what goes into it all the staff, some of the guys doing extra stuff afterwards its cool. Its different. This is when all the real stuff happens. This is what people dont see and I was glad I can be a part of it and thanks to the Eagles for having me out.On Twitter, Lloyd said she was attending a training session and said it was awesome to be there and that shes looking forward to the upcoming season. Lloyd has not said publicly if shes interested in pursuing a career in professional football.Photo Credit: NBC 5 News This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

University of San Diego Student Is First American Climber to Qualify for 2020 Olympic Games
08/21/2019 3:13pm

University of San Diego sophomore Brooke Raboutou is the first ever American climber to qualify for the Olympics.Raboutou, who is fittingly from Boulder, Colorado, finished ninth in the combined qualification round at the IFSC Climbing World Championships in Hachioji, Japan to punch her ticket to the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics. The event features a speed round and lead and bouldering. San Diego Zoo, Balboa Park Museums Close Due to Gas Leak The 18-year-old has been climbing since she could walk and has been competing at a high level since she was just 7 years old. At 11, Raboutou became the youngest person in the world to climb a 5.14b which is a climb dedicated for elite athletes with years of experience.The International Olympic Committee announced they would add sport climbing as a medal sport in the 2020 Summer Olympics in 2016. The committee combine three disciplines -- Speed Climbing, Lead Climbing and Bouldering to the games. SDPD Identifies Victims, Suspect in Torrey Highlands Double-Murder Suicide The Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics kick off July 24 on NBC 7.Photo Credit: Toru Hanai/Getty Images

Soccer Star Carli Lloyd Nails Field Goal at NFL Practice
08/20/2019 8:55pm

Olympian and World Cup winner Carli Lloyd proved she can play both types of football on Tuesday.

Photos: Ceremonial First Pitches at Dodger Stadium
08/21/2019 7:33am

From the adorable Kershaw siblings to a determined looking Danny Trejo and the family of Jackie Robinson, we have a collection of some of the best ceremonial first pitches at Dodger Stadium. Photo Credit: Getty Images

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