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Should Man United sack or keep Ten Hag? Here's a case for both and the answer
Man United and Sir Jim Ratcliffe have a decision to make over manager Erik ten Hag. Do his poor results mean he will be sacked? Or are there other factors at play?
Fines, discipline -- what are conferences' policies when fans storm the court?
Some conferences have financial penalties, while others have policies allowing for disciplinary measures.
'I just saw the best player on the field': Wyatt Langford is turning heads with every thunderous swing of his bat
Less than a year after being drafted, the Rangers' 22-year-old outfielder appears destined for MLB stardom.
Men's Bracketology: Houston, Purdue and UConn in a dead heat for overall No. 1
We could make a legitimate case for any of them -- while at the same time reminding everyone this may be a distinction without a difference this March.
Bills' Dawkins rips Clemons, Jets: 'I hate them'
Bills offensive tackle Dion Dawkins lashed out against the Jets and defensive end Micheal Clemons in an interview that dropped last week.
Pizza party? Win streak nets Raptors' tasty reward
The Raptors finally captured a three-game winning streak, and with it, a team dinner from coach Darko Rajakovic as a reward, with their second win this season over the Pacers on Monday night.
Referee admits a missed foul as 'livid' Pistons lose
A season's worth of frustration seemed to pour out of Pistons coach Monty Williams on Monday after Detroit dropped a 113-111 decision to the Knicks in a game that included an obvious missed foul call on New York's Donte DiVincenzo with 8.5 seconds left.
USWNT boss after Mexico loss: 'No easy games'
Interim USWNT boss Twila Kilgore stated that her side faces "no easy games anymore" after a stunning 2-0 loss to rival Mexico in Monday's Concacaf W Gold Cup group stage clash.
Son's guardianship bid for Texans owner dropped
The son of Houston Texans owner Janice McNair, 87, has dropped his lawsuit to have his mother declared incapacitated and have a guardian appointed to her.
Coaches on court storming: 'Let's get rid of it'
Jon Scheyer, Bill Self as well as other college basketball leaders called for a ban on court storming in college basketball due to safety concerns and potential legal impacts for athletes and students.