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Sven-Goran Eriksson bids farewell to ICoast

Sven-Goran Eriksson has resigned as coach of Ivory Coast after the team was eliminated from the World Cup. Appointed only three months ago, Eriksson says continuing in the post had “never been a discussion” and that he always planned to walk away after Ivory Coast was knocked out of the tournament in South Africa. “It […]

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Spain leads Chile 2-0 at halftime

Goals by David Villa and Andres Iniesta have given Spain a 2-0 lead over 10-man Chile at halftime of their final Group H match at the World Cup. Villa put a shot from nearly 40 meters (yards) into the wide-open Chile goal in the 27th minute after he recovered a clearance outside the penalty area […]

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Marathon man Isner loses quickly; Federer wins

One day after winning the longest tennis match in history, John Isner lost the shortest mens match at Wimbledon so far this year. It was back to normal, meanwhile, for defending champion Roger Federer, who showed he was back at the top of his game by sweeping Arnaud Clement in straight sets to reach the […]

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Roddick wins to reach 4th round at Wimbledon

Andy Roddick has powered into the fourth round of Wimbledon with a 7-5, 6-7 (5), 6-3, 6-3 victory over Philipp Kohlschreiber. The fifth-seeded American served 28 aces Friday to beat the German on Court 1. Roddick, a three-time Wimbledon finalist, broke four times and saved all seven break points against him. Roddick missed his first […]

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Gailey still not naming Bills’ top QB

New Buffalo Bills coach Chan Gailey has no plans on announcing his No. 1 quarterback anytime soon – at least not until training camp starts next month. Gailey said last week that there would be a quarterback “pecking order” for the start of camp, but didnt reveal at the close of the Bills three-day minicamp […]

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USC files appeal that asks NCAA to ease penalties

Southern California has filed an appeal with the NCAA asking for reductions in several sanctions against the schools football program earlier this month. USC appealed on Friday only certain aspects of the penalties, which included a two-year bowl ban, four years of probation, scholarship losses and removal of several victories. USC says it will accept […]

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NCAA upholds violations against SE Mo former coach

The NCAA has upheld its finding that a former mens basketball coach at Southeast Missouri State violated rules on benefits and practice times. The NCAA cited Southeast Missouri State last August for violations that included impermissible benefits to basketball players and coaches attending summer strength and conditioning activities. The mens basketball team was ordered to […]

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