Tuesday, Dec. 10
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In many ways, the U.S. national soccer team’s draw for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil makes perfect sense.
NEW YORK — The New York Yankees have reportedly come to terms with eight-time All-Star outfielder Carlos Beltran on a three-year, $45 million contract.
OYEHUT — North Beach and Montesano got a good early season non-league test from one another in a plysically played and tightly contest game Thursday night.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Florida State departed for the ACC Championship Game Thursday night without any doubts about Jameis Winston’s future.
TEMPE, Ariz. — Minutes before Stanford charges onto the field Saturday to defend its Pac-12 title and define its legacy, the Cardinal’s heart, soul, guts and conscience will rise to address the team.
When New York City and Orlando add Major League Soccer franchises in 2015, the league will have more than doubled in size since the 2004 season.
Verne Lundquist has had a wonderful broadcasting life. The veteran CBS play-by-play man has been fortunate enough to call some of the most iconic moments of the past 30 years.
In this corner, NASCAR and one of its crown-jewel facilities: Texas Motor Speedway in Dallas-Fort Worth.
HOUSTON, Texas — The Houston Texans relieved Gary Kubiak of his duties as head coach on Friday, less than 24 hours after the team was dealt its 11th consecutive loss with a 27-20 setback at Jacksonville.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Kobe Bryant won’t descend from the heavens Sunday, although he’s known for arriving at Staples Center by helicopter. He won’t be backlit by a shimmering aureole, nor will a John Williams-led orchestra strike up a dramatic score every time he records a, well, dramatic score.
The Daily World Pro Football Forecasting panel has split along geographical lines on this weekend’s Seattle-San Francisco games.
No bird is as familiar to this area as the Black-capped Chickadee, and just about everyone knows them and recognizes their familiar call of “chickadee-dee-dee.” They are definitely one of the favorites of many, and yes, even “cute.”