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USC Football Game Against Colorado Canceled Due To Lack Of Scholarship Players
11/26/2020 8:14pm

USCs football game against Colorado scheduled for Saturday at the Coliseum has been canceled and will be declared a no-contest, the Pac-12 conference announced Thursday.

Fantasy Football Start Or Sit Week 12: Tom Brady ‘Bounces Back With A Big Performance’
11/25/2020 8:52pm

Tom Brady may have cost the Buccaneers a win in Week 11, a rarity over his storied career, but he should redeem himself this week.

Second USC Football Player Tests Positive For COVID-19
11/25/2020 6:58pm

A second USC football player has tested positive for COVID-19, the university announced on Wednesday.

Argentinian Soccer Legend Diego Maradona Dies At 60
11/25/2020 11:07am

Maradona won the 1986 World Cup with his native Argentina and is considered one of the greatest players ever.

Texans-Lions Preview: Deshaun Watson ‘Playing As Well As He’s Played Over The Course Of His Career,’ Says NFL On CBS’s Evan Washburn
11/24/2020 5:35pm

The Texans and Lions are both stumbling through disappointing seasons so far. Does either have enough left to end the season with some momentum


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MLB asks fans what would make them feel safe at ballparks
11/24/2020 6:36pm

In any other year, this would be a joyful certainty: The Dodgers, winners of the World Series, would raise the championship flag at the start of the new season, to the full-throated approval of a sellout crowd. In 2021, the Dodgers opening day attendance could be the traditional 56,000 a fraction of that or limited ...

Lakers sign veteran Spanish center Marc Gasol, trade JaVale McGee
11/24/2020 3:01pm

The Los Angeles Lakers have signed veteran Spanish center Marc Gasol. The NBA champions confirmed the latest step in their roster reconfiguration Tuesday by announcing the addition of the 35-year-old Gasol, who spent the last 1 1/2 seasons with the Toronto Raptors and won a championship ring in 2019. The Lakers traded starting center JaVale ...

Tampa Bay outfielder Randy Arozarena arrested in Mexico 2 weeks after postseason MVP award
11/24/2020 2:25pm

Tampa Bay outfielder Randy Arozarena has been arrested in Mexicos Yucatan state for a situation involving an apparent custody dispute, just two weeks after he won the Babe Ruth award for the Most Valuable Player in the postseason. The Yucatan state prosecutors office confirmed Tuesday that Arozarena was detained for problems relating to his ex-partner. ...

USC football player tests positive for coronavirus, team says
11/24/2020 11:35am

A USC football player tested positive for the coronavirus Monday, marking the teams first infection of the abbreviated season and potentially putting this weeks game in jeopardy. The positive test came after the No. 19 ranked Trojans returned from Salt Lake City, where they defeated the Utah Utes Saturday night to bring their record to ...

NBA players hailed by pope at Vatican for demanding social justice
11/23/2020 1:59pm

Pope Francis met with NBA players at the Vatican on Monday, lauding them as champions and saying he supported their work on social justice. The five players Marco Belinelli, Sterling Brown, Jonathan Isaac, Kyle Korver and Anthony Tolliver were joined in the delegation by NBA players union executive director Michele Roberts and two ...


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Thousands Mourn Soccer Legend Maradona in Buenos Aires
11/26/2020 12:32pm

Soccer superstar Diego Maradona was buried Thursday in a private ceremony attended by only two dozen people a stark contrast to earlier in the day when tens of thousands of weeping fans filed past his coffin for hours in an observance that mixed head-of-state-like honors with the chaos of a rowdy stadium. Only family members and close friends were permitted at Jardn Bella Vista cemetery for the final religious ceremony and burial of Maradona next to the graves of his parents, Dalma and Diego.Fans waving Argentine flags had gathered along roads as Maradonas funeral car drove by under heavy security. Many tried to touch the vehicle whenever it was stopped by traffic.The earlier viewing at the Argentine presidential mansion was halted shortly before 6 p.m., 12 hours after it started, as Maradonas family wished and the body of the Argentine icon was taken away for burial, frustrating many who were waiting to pay their respects and causing new tensions at the gates of the cemetery.Fans, some draped in the national flag, sang soccer anthems as they formed a line that stretched more than 20 blocks from the Plaza de Mayo, where Argentines gathered to celebrate the Maradona-led triumph in the 1986 World Cup.But with the time for viewing the coffin at the presidential palace drawing short, police moved to cut off the back end of the crowd, enraging fans who hurled rocks and other objects at officers, who responded with rubber bullets.The crowd overwhelmed organizers and the violence resulted in injuries and arrests, which led Maradonas family to end the public visitation. The casket was placed in a car that carried the former footballers name on a paperboard by the window.Desperate to say goodbye, Maradonas fans climbed on the fences of the presidential mansion as if they were in a soccer stadium, while firefighters worked to clear the ground. Diego is not dead, Diego lives in the people, people chanted as the coffin was taken to a cemetery outside Buenos Aires. The motorcade, accompanied by police, was followed on a local highway by dozens of honking cars and motorcycles.Hundreds of fans blocked entry to the cemetery before the arrival of Maradonas casket, dancing and chanting as police moved in to open a way. The crowd continued making noise after the final ceremony began.Maradona died Wednesday of a heart attack in a house outside Buenos Aires where he had been recovering from a brain operation Nov. 3. While the viewing bore the hallmarks of a state funeral, with Maradonas casket laid out in the presidential palace, the atmosphere often was that of a soccer stadium chanting, singing, pushing and the occasional whiff of alcohol.Fans wept and blew kisses as they passed the wooden coffin, some striking their chests with closed fists and shouting, Lets go, Diego.It was draped with the Argentine flag and shirts bearing his famed No. 10 from the national team and the Boca Juniors club, with other jerseys tossed around it by passing admirers.Open visitation began at 6:15 a.m. after a few hours of privacy for family and close friends. The first to bid farewell were his daughters and close family members. His former wife, Claudia Villafae, came with Maradonas daughters Dalma and Gianinna. Later came Vernica Ojeda, also an ex-wife, with their son, Dieguito Fernando. Jana Maradona, who the player recognized as his daughter only a few years ago, also attended.Then came former teammates of the 1986 World Cup-winning squad, including Oscar Ruggeri. Other Argentine footballers, such as Boca Juniors Carlos Tvez, showed up, too.Early in the morning some fans grew impatient as police tried to maintain order, and began throwing bottles and pieces of metal fencing at officers outside the presidential offices in the heart of Buenos Aires. Police at one point used tear gas to try to control them.Interior Minister Wado de Pedro said he was upset over what he called the craziness of police actions against fans. This popular tribute cannot end in repression and running of those that came to say goodbye to Maradona, he said.President Alberto Fernndez appeared at midday and placed on the casket a jersey from the Argentinos Juniors team, where Maradona started his career in 1976. In tears, Fernndez also laid two handkerchiefs of the human rights organization Mother of the Plaza de Mayo, who wore them for years to protest the disappearance of their children under Argentinas military dictatorship between 1976 and 1983. Maradona, an outspoken leftist who had an image of Argentine revolutionary Che Guevara tattooed on one bicep, was a friend of the Madres and other rights groups.The lines started forming outside the Casa Rosada only hours after Maradonas death was confirmed and grew to several blocks. A huge mural of Maradonas face was painted on the tiles that cover the Plaza de Mayo, near the Casa Rosada, which was decorated with a giant black ribbon at the entrance.The first fan to visit was Nahuel de Lima, 30, using crutches to move because of a disability.He made Argentina be recognized all over the world, who speaks of Maradona also speaks of Argentina, de Lima told The Associated Press. Diego is the people. Today the shirts, the political flags dont matter. We came to say goodbye to a great that gave us a lot of joy.Maradonas soccer genius, personal struggles and plain-spoken personality resonated deeply with Argentines.He led an underdog team to glory in the 1986 World Cup, winning the title after scoring two astonishing goals in a semifinal match against England, thrilling a country that felt humiliated by its loss against the British in the recent Falklands war and that was still recovering from the brutal military dictatorship.Soccer-stand insults chanted by the funeral crowd echoed that nationalist pride: The one who doesnt jump is English, Brazilian, Brazilian, you are so bitter, Maradona is bigger than Pel.Many Argentines deeply sympathized with the struggles of a man who rose from poverty to fame and wealth and fell into abuse of drug, drink and food. He remained idolized in the soccer-mad nation as the Pibe de Oro or Golden Boy.Many fans proudly displayed Maradona tattoos. Others, mindful of Maradonas often tense relationship with the press, insulted journalists.Lidia and Estela Villalba cried near the exit of the lobby. Both had a Boca Juniors shirt and an Argentinian flag on their shoulders.We told him we love him, that he was the greatest, they said at the same time.Many of those in line to enter the Casa Rosada wore masks because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but they struggled to keep social distancing.Social worker Rosa Noem Monje, 63, said she and others overseeing health protocols understood the emotion of the moment. It is impossible to ask them to distance. We behave respectfully and offer them sanitizer and face masks, she said. Monje also paid her last tribute to Maradona.I told him: to victory always, Diego, Monje said as she wept. Associated Press writer Mauricio Savarese in Sao Paulo, Brazil, contributed to this report.

Second USC Football Player Tests Positive For COVID-19, Practices Continue
11/26/2020 3:37am

A second USC football player has tested positive for COVID-19 and five others have been quarantined after being identified through the contact tracing process, the university announced Wednesday.However, despite the second positive coronavirus test, USC was cleared to resume practice Wednesday. That decision was made in consultation with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health and USC Student Health, according to a statement from the university.The second player who tested positive is in isolation but asymptomatic, the school reported.USC conducted contact tracing and a performed a full round of PCR testing on all football players, coaches and staff in response to Tuesdays announcement of the first positive test.The status of Saturdays game against Colorado is unchanged pending further testing.Neither player who tested positive was publicly identified.LA County23 hours agoLA County COVID-19 Hospitalizations Up 70 in Last 2 Weeks, Officials SaycoronavirusNov 25This Can&039t Wait.&039 Why Long Food Lines Signal Need for More Coronavirus Stimulus Aid

Feuding No More, Pelé Joins World in Mourning Diego Maradona
11/26/2020 12:46am

The most heated wrangling over the title of soccers greatest player could be found between Diego Maradona and Pel themselves.So often, their squabbling would descend into acrimonious barbs and taunts launched between the finest to play the game.It was a feud in which FIFA did not want to takes sides when it came to naming the top player of the 20th century. Pel was the pick of experts. Maradona was the peoples choice as the winner of an online vote. So they shared the award and continued to bicker in public.He thinks its him, Pel once said. But we all really know who was the best.Being born 20 years apart meant the duo never settled their rivalry on the pitch.Interviewed once by Pel, Maradona playfully asked the Brazilian three-time World Cup winner how he accumulated an apparent goal total of 1,281.Who did you score them against Maradona asked. Your nephews in the backyardBut behind the enmity, there was a mutual admiration that was evident through the grief as Pele paid tribute to Maradona, who died Wednesday at the age of 60.I have lost a dear friend, and the world has lost a legend, the 80-year-old Pel said. One day, I hope, we will play football together in the sky.The sadness across Argentina was articulated by one of the few players who comes close to matching Maradonas artistry with the ball.He leaves us, Argentine forward Lionel Messi said, but he is not gone because Diego is eternal.The 33-year-old Messi still strives to emulate his hero by winning a World Cup with Argentina, a triumph that could settle the 21st centurys version of the Maradona-Pel debate as he duels with Cristiano Ronaldo for soccer greatness.Ronaldo, who has won five FIFA player of the year awards to Messis six, remembered Maradona as an eternal genius.One of the best ever, the Portugal and Juventus forward said. An unrivaled magician. He departs too soon but leaves a legacy with no limits and an emptiness that will never be filled.Maradona was undoubtedly a flawed genius, who reveled in the darker side of his character. Beyond the bans for drugs including being sent home from the 1994 World Cup there was a sense of pride at outwitting the referee by punching the ball into the net as Argentina beat England before going on to win the 1986 FIFA tournament.He also mesmorized with his feet minutes later in the quarterfinal, picking up the ball around the halfway line before using dribbles and feints to breeze past Englishmen to score one the greatest-ever individuals goals.But it was the moment of infamy, four years after Britain reclaimed the Falkland Islands following a 1982 invasion by Argentina, that was recalled by former England striker Gary Lineker.By some distance the best player of my generation and arguably the greatest of all time, said Lineker, the top scorer at the 1986 World Cup who followed Maradona in joining Barcelona. After a blessed but troubled life, hopefully hell finally find some comfort in the hands of God.As Argentines gathered in the streets, weeping and singing, three days of national mourning were declared by the nations president.Theres not a single Argentinian that doesnt have a tear dropping for what this kid has done for this country, said Oscar Ruggeri, who played at three World Cups with Maradona.Maradona was last seen attending a match on Oct. 30 his 60th birthday at Gimnasia La Plata, the Buenos Aires team he coached until last year. The following week he required emergency surgery for bleeding on the brain.Vatican spokesman Matteo Bruni said that the pope had been praying for Maradona in recent days and now thinks back fondly to the times they met in these years.In the southern Italian city of Naples, thousands poured into the streets to honor the player who inspired Napoli to its only Serie A titles in 1987 and 1990, even though gatherings are banned due to the coronavirus pandemic. Candles were lit near huge murals of the superstar that cover the sides of buildings.The mayor proposed that the citys San Paolo Stadium be renamed for Maradona and ordered the stadiums lights be turned on all night.Across Europe, the eight Champions League games were preceded by a minutes silence.He made world football better, Pep Guardiola, a former Barcelona player and coach, said after leading Manchester City to victory at Olympiakos. I was little boy with my dad and sometimes coming to Barcelona to see Maradona play and that was incredible.FIFA President Gianni Infantino, 50, said Maradona helped him fall in love with the game.Diego may be eternal now, but for forever, Diego will also have a most prominent place in the incredible story of all football fairytales, Infantino said.Maradonas death resonated beyond soccer.It was one of the thrills of my life when I got to meet him, Los Angeles Lakers great Magic Johnson wrote on Instagram, alongside a photo of him hugging Maradona.Mike Tyson recalled becoming heavyweight boxing champion in 1986 months after Maradona also became a world champion.They use to compare the two of us, Tyson tweeted. He was one of my heroes and a friend.It was Maradonas humble upbringing remembered by George Weah, the 1995 world player of the year who is now president of Liberia.His extraordinary story as a kid who unshackled himself from the yoke of poverty and used his mastery of football to bring joy, inspired millions, said Weah, a title winner with AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain.More AP soccer: https://apnews.com/Soccer and https://twitter.com/APSportsDebora Rey in Buenos Aires, Mauricio Savarese in So Paulo, Andrew Dampf in Rome and Derek Gatopoulos in Athens contributed to this report.

Dallas Cowboys Strength Coach Markus Paul Dies After Sudden Medical Emergency
11/25/2020 11:35pm

Dallas Cowboys strength and conditioning head coach Markus Paul died Wednesday surrounded by family members after being rushed from the teams Frisco practice facility and hospitalized Tuesday morning.Paul suffered an unspecified emergency Tuesday morning and was first treated by Cowboys medical personnel before being transported by ambulance to a hospital. The Cowboys said Tuesday afternoon that Paul was undergoing tests but didnt elaborate on his condition.The team said late Wednesday afternoon that Paul died at the hospital surrounded by his family. The organization extends its prayers and support to the Paul family, and the team will recognize and remember Markus, a valued and loved member of the Cowboys Family, prior to the Thanksgiving Day game tomorrow afternoon, the team said Wednesday.Pauls cause of death is pending.The loss of a family member is a tragedy, and Markus Paul was a loved and valued member of our family. He was a pleasant and calming influence in our strength room and throughout The Star. His passion for his work and his enthusiasm for life earned him great respect and admiration from all of our players and the entire organization. We offer our love and support to his family in this very difficult time. Our hearts are broken for his family and all of the individuals whose lives he touched and made better, said team owner Jerry Jones.We extend our love, strength and support to Markus family during this most challenging of times and ask that their privacy be respected moving forward. Markus Paul was a leader in this building. He earned the players respect and attention because he cared so much and was a naturally gifted communicatorboth on the personal and professional levels. He handled every situation, sometimes with a smile and a pat on the back, and sometimes with tough love. He had innate toughness in a job that requires that quality, and he was admired throughout the NFL by his peers and the players he coached. It was a privilege to work with him as a coach and laugh with him as a friend. Markus did everything the right way, said head coach Mike McCarthy.Paul has been with the Cowboys for three seasons and was in his first season as the teams head strength and conditioning coach. During the previous two seasons, hed been the assistant under Mike Woicik, whom the Cowboys said hed worked with previously in New Orleans 1998-99 and with New England 2000-04. In March, following the onset of the ongoing pandemic, Paul posted a video on Twitter with tips about staying fit while stuck at home.In his 21 years as a coach in the NFL, hes worked in strength and conditioning in various capacities for the Cowboys, the Giants 2007-2017, the Jets, 2005-2006, the Patriots and Saints.In college, Paul was a standout defensive back for Syracuse from 1985-1988, set a school record with 19 interceptions and the most in a game 3, and was named an All-American in his final season.In 1987 and 1988, Paul was named a finalist for the Jim Thorpe Award which recognizes the nations top defensive back, according to Syracuse, in an online biography. In 1988, he earned All-American honors. He was named to Syracuse Universitys All-Century team in November 1999.Paul was taken in the fourth round of the 1989 NFL Draft by the Chicago Bears, where he spent most of his playing career from 1989-1992. He then spent the 1993 season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers where he played in nine games before exiting the league after playing 71 games and making seven interceptions.The Cowboys are scheduled to play the Washington Football Team at 3:30 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day.NBC 5s Sports Director Newy Scruggs contributed to this report.This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

Ravens-Steelers Game Moved From Thursday Night to Sunday
11/25/2020 7:35pm

The Thanksgiving night game between the Ravens and Steelers has been switched to Sunday afternoon because of coronavirus issues with Baltimore.The NFL announced the move Wednesday, placing the game at 1:15 p.m. EST on NBC. Previously, it was scheduled for NBCs prime-time telecast on Thanksgiving Day.nbc primetimeNov 25Schedule Change: Ravens-Steelers Moved, Here&039s What You Can Expect to See Thanksgiving Night on NBCsports podcastNov 23NBC 5 Sports Podcast: Episode 40Baltimore placed outside linebacker Pernell McPhee on the reserve/COVID-19, joining running backs Mark Ingram and J.K. Dobbins and defensive tackle Brandon Williams. The Ravens also have been doing team work virtually.The Ravens said later Wednesday they had disciplined a staff member, reportedly a strength coach, for not obeying league protocols.We appreciate the NFL for its diligence in working closely with us to ensure the well-being of players, coaches and staff from both the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers organizations, the Ravens said in a statement.Protecting the health and safety of each team, in addition to our communities at large, is of utmost importance. We will continue to follow guidance from the NFL and its medical experts, as we focus on safely resuming preparations for Sundays game.The game assuming it is played on Sunday means the Ravens will trade one short week for another. They are scheduled to play Dallas on Thursday, Dec. 3.There will be no fans allowed for the Ravens game.This isnt the first time the Steelers have been forced to adjust their schedule because of COVID-19 issues with opponents. Their trip to Nashville on Oct. 4 to face the Titans turned into an unexpected bye week when Tennessee was hit with an outbreak.The tweak forced the Steelers to play 13 straight weeks to end the regular season. They had hoped for at least a mini-break by playing on Thanksgiving the franchises first-ever home game in Pittsburgh on the holiday and then getting the weekend off before starting the home stretch.Instead, they find themselves adjusting on the fly once again.Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster wasnt exactly thrilled with the development.First the NFL takes away our bye week because another team cant get their Covid situation together, now they take away our Thanksgiving primetime game for the same reason. Smh, he posted on social media.The silver lining for Smith-Schuster is that it gives him a few extra days for the right leg he tweaked during a freak play in Jacksonville when he twisted his leg after stepping on a penalty flag to get ready for the Ravens.Coach Mike Tomlin has praised his teams ability to stay light on its feet in adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic as part of their success. The Steelers were hit with their own COVID-19 scare earlier this month when tight end Vance McDonald tested positive following a victory over Dallas, forcing quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and a handful of teammates to self-quarantine before facing the Bengals. Roethlisberger ended up playing and throwing four touchdowns in an easy victory.Roethlisberger shrugged on Tuesday when asked if it was right for the Steelers to face the Ravens without Baltimore being able to practice as a precaution.This is just an unusual year when it comes to everything we have to do, that everyone has to do. We saw it early, obviously, with the Titans game, byes, all these kinds of things, he said. What are you going to do You just have to do what they tell you and go play ball.Also, the Cleveland Browns practiced in shifts and held players out as a precaution while dealing with a new round of COVID-19 issues.The team temporarily closed its headquarters in Berea, Ohio, after starting linebacker Sione Takitaki tested positive Wednesday. Before revealing Takitakis identity, the Browns conducted contact tracing to see if others players were exposed to the second-year linebacker, who returned an interception for a touchdown in Sundays win over the Philadelphia Eagles.As an additional safety measure, Browns coach Kevin Stefanski had his offense and defense work out separately inside the teams indoor field house, which is also being used as a weight room due to COVID protocols.Its become the norm in Cleveland.We started off on online meetings and having to make schedule changes and everything on the fly, so this is nothing new to us, quarterback Baker Mayfeld said. The next-man-up mentality that we want to be about, no matter who is out there, we want to be able to go out there and execute. Whether it is COVID stuff or injuries like you said, you never want to have it, but you have to deal with it, especially this year.Takitaki is the fifth Cleveland player to go on the COVID list. Hell miss Sundays game in Jacksonville along with star defensive end Myles Garrett, who also missed the win over Philadelphia after becoming ill last week.Stefanski has not provided any specifics on Garretts condition, but said its possible the 24-year-old who has 9 1/2 sacks, could return for the Dec. 6 game against Tennessee.Stefanski said fullback Andy Janovich and defensive end Joe Jackson will also miss this weeks game. Offensive lineman Chris Hubbard has a chance to be activated from the COVID list this week, Stefanski said.This has been a steady, familiar pattern for the Browns, who have had to shut down their headquarters several times in the past few weeks to do contact tracing as the virus continues to wreak havoc across the NFL and country.The guys are adapting, theyre being flexible, Stefanski said. Offensive coordinator Coach Van Pelt showed a picture of Stretch Armstrong this morning, and thats who we are, and thats whove got to be.Other NFL teams are also dealing with COVID-19: The Jacksonville Jaguars will be without three defensive coaches this weekend because of COVID-19 testing and contact tracing.Coach Doug Marrone says defensive coordinator Todd Wash, defensive line coach Jason Rebrovich and defensive assistant Dwayne Stukes will not be available against the Browns. Rebrovich missed last weeks game against Pittsburgh because of coronavirus protocols.Marron and assistant special teams coordinator Mike Mallory will run the defense during practice this week.On Sunday, secondary/safeties coach Joe Dana will call the defense and assistant linebackers coach Tony Gilbert will coach the defensive line. Assistant Tyler Wolf will take care of Gilberts responsibilities from the coaching booth. The Cincinnati Bengals have added receiver Auden Tate and offensive lineman B.J. Finney to the reserve/COVID-19 list. The team returned cornerback Winston Rose to the practice squad from the COVID-19 list. The Bengals host the New York Giants on Sunday. The Indianapolis Colts placed Pro Bowl defensive tackle DeForest Buckner on the reserve/COVID-19 list. Buckner will not be able to play Sunday, leaving Indy without its best run stuffer for a showdown with Tennessee. The loss could be especially damaging because the Colts will be facing Derrick Henry, the leagues 2019 rushing champion and this seasons league leader.

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