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Arsenal Bounced From Champions League Round of 16 by Bayern Again
After a 5-1 drubbing in Munich three weeks ago, some thought it could not possibly get worse for Arsenal. Well, it did get worse. After a 3-1 loss on Saturday in the Premier League to Liverpool, Arsenal saw a 1-0 lead Tuesday night turn into a second 5-1 Champions League embarrassment at the...
Ramos Scores Twice and Real Madrid Advance Past Napoli
Napoli was able to cut Real Madrid's aggregate lead to 3-2 with a first half goal from Dries Mertens, but came no closer to knocking last year's winners out of the Champions League. Two set piece goals by captain Sergio Ramos gave Madrid plenty of breathing room before Alvaro Morata added a third...
Teams Under the Most Pressure in 2017: Nationals and Mets
On MLB Network's "High Heat," Bruce Schein argues that the New York Mets and the Washington Nationals are the two teams under the most pressure for 2017. Chris Russo agrees there is pressure on the Mets and Nationals, before adding the Pittsburgh Pirates to a list of teams under a great deal of...
Wenger: Refs 'Unexplainable and Scandalous' Decisions Reason for Arsenal Defeat
Arsene Wenger wasted no time in his post match interview with BT Sport to blast referee Tasos Sidiropoulos and place some of the blame on him for Arsenal's 5-1 defeat to Bayern Munich and exit from the Champions League. "I feel we produced the game we wanted and we are really unlucky tonight...
Barcelona Thrash Sporting Gijon With Fantastic Goals
A classic day for Barcelona: First, they smashed poor Sporting Gijon, 6-1, and then they announced that manager Luis Enrique will not return next season. Enrique's announcement comes after Barca's shocking Champions League humiliation at the hands of Paris-Saint Germain, 4-0, in the first leg...
Report: Patriots Not Expected to Trade Garoppolo
The New England Patriots are not expected to trade quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. The Patriots 5-time Super Bowl winning quarterback, Tom Brady, turns 40 in August and it would seem that New England would like to keep Garoppolo, who turns 26 in November, around...
Westbrook Adds Another Triple-Double, Is He the MVP?
On Sunday night, Russell Westbrook recorded his 29th triple-double of the season with 41 points, 11 rebounds, and 11 assists in a 118-110 Thunder win over the Pelicans. Westbrook is now on pace for 40 triple-doubles for the season. Forty in an 82 game season. The exclamation point moment of the...
What's the Biggest Storyline in Baseball?
For most of the country the past two days have been filled with glorious sunshine that has drenched us in spring-like warmth. A lovely reminder that baseball season is right around the corner. And with spring training just getting started, the crew of MLB Now gives a quick recap of the most...
What Should the Bills Do With Tyrod Taylor?
The Buffalo Bills haven't made the playoffs since 1999. (Yes, the Music City Miracle game was the last time the Bills graced the postseason.) This offseason the franchise is again at a crossroads. Having fired Rex Ryan during last season and brought in first-time head coach Sean McDermott, the...
'Miracle on Ice' Celebrates 37th Anniversary
The 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid, New York. The United States vs. the Soviet Union. The U.S.S.R. had won six of the last seven Olympic golds. The U.S. was a team of amateurs coached by Herb Brooks. The level of the mismatch can't be overstated. On this day 37 years ago with Al Michaels...
Fat Back-Up Goalkeeper Eating a Pie on the Bench Is a Lie
Everything in this world that seems too good to be true probably is. And 300-pound reserve goalkeeper Wayne Shaw, who plays for Sutton United in the 5th tier of English soccer's pyramid, is the latest example of that truism. Shaw, 45, was pushed into the spotlight with Sutton United's FA Cup...
Better for Texans: Bennett or Romo?
On ESPN's First Take, Stephen A. Smith thinks it would be smarter for the Houston Texans to go after free agent tight end Martellus Bennett rather than quarterback Tony Romo. Co-host Max Kellerman agrees with Smith that Romo is injury-prone and may not be available at all times, but argues the risk...
Marv Albert Can't Pronounce The Greek Freak's Name
It is Giannis Antetokounmpo. Simple: a(n)detoˈkun(m)bo. If you are also struggling, so were his teammates on the Bucks before Antetokounmpo's rookie year.
Cowherd: Romo Is Not Going to Chicago or Denver
Colin Cowherd says Tony Romo isn't going to play for the Chicago Bears or the Denver Broncos. Instead Cowherd argues the Houston Texans and the Arizona Cardinals are the most likely candidates for Romo to choose from when he presumably hits free agency. "Why in the world would he go to the...
Steinbrenner: Wants A-Rod More Involved With Yankees
Freshly retired Alex Rodriguez is already working for his former team as a special adviser to the Yankees and owner Hal Steinbrenner would like to see A-Rod around the team more often. "Obviously he's been doing some broadcasting as well, and he's got other things going on in his life,"...
Mel Kiper: Shanahan Targeting Trubisky for 49ers?
On ESPN, Mel Kiper Jr. revealed his current Top 5 picks for the 2017 NFL Draft. Kiper Jr. had the lone offensive player in that group being UNC quarterback Mitch Trubisky going to the San Francisco 49ers as the first selection by first-time GM John Lynch and first-time head coach Kyle Shanahan.
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