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Why Timothy Fosu-Mensah started for Manchester United over Diogo Dalot

Ole Gunnar Solskjær says that Timothy Fosu-Mensah’s training performances got him a first Manchester United start in over three years at Crystal Palace. Fosu-Mensah, 22, was recalled at left-back against Crystal Palace in the absence of the injured duo Luke Shaw and Brandon Williams in what was his first stint at left-back since his United debut. The Dutch international went …

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Penn State turns course, will use Eastview terrace as insulation space

Following a plan change, Penn State will use Eastview Terrace housing to isolate students this fall, University announced Thursday. Back in June, Penn State said it would use the Nittany Lion Inn to quarantine, isolate and house students affected by coronavirus. Instead, it will now use the inn as a classroom space and detached house for campus residents. According to …

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Tony Finau finishes hot, firing 66 to lead Memorial with 1 shot

DUBLIN, Ohio – On a windy day at the memorial that received the best stars like Dustin Johnson and Rickie Fowler, Tony Finau seemed to do it all. Finau finished with seven birdies over his last ten holes in the first round on Thursday and finished with 6 under 66 on a Muirfield Village course that was faster and tougher …

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Malcolm Brogdon wears a mask as a precaution in Pacers practice

19:32 ET Eric WoodyardESPN Indiana Pacers guard Malcolm Brogdon returned to training this week inside the Orlando bubble at Walt Disney World Resort with a new accessory. After testing positive for the coronavirus, Brogdon wears a mask as a precautionary measure during exercise until official action is resumed. “I’m going to do that until we start playing games,” Brogdon said …

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The university falls sports late in NorCal, sources say

TY: GOOD MORNING. IT’S THURSDAY 16 JULY. I’m TY STEELE. DEIRDRE: And I’m DEIRDRE FITZPATRICK. HERE IS A VIEW OF OUR GREAT STORIES TODAY. STOCKTON POLICE SAY A MAN OF POLICE HAS DEAD. SHOTS HANDY GUEST DAY AFTER NONON ON VEHICLE DRIVING NEAR THE PAVILIONS. THE DEPARTMENT says that officials who suggested medical care that was in his car. OFFICES …

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Blue Jays closer to having approved home games; Canada OK needed

TORONTO – The Blue Jays have received approval from Ontario and Toronto to play regular season games at the Rogers Center amid the coronavirus pandemic and await approval from the Canadian Federal Government. Ontario’s Prime Minister Doug Ford said permission had been granted by Toronto’s top medical official and his provincial government discussed the matter with the mayor, Canada’s chief …

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Texas’ JJ Watt has legitimate concerns about NFL starts

The Kansas City Chiefs are scheduled to host the Houston Texans for the first game of the NFL season at Arrowhead Stadium on Thursday night, September 10th. This would normally be banner night – the night when the reigning world champion lifts a banner to celebrate the memory of winning the latest Super Bowl. With a limited number of fans …

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The NCAA recommends COVID-19 weekly tests for soccer players

The NCAA says football players should be tested for COVID-19 within 72 hours of each game. NCAA guidelines came with a chart that clearly showed how coronavirus cases have exploded. The spikes across the country have led to increased pessimism in athletic departments about the vitality of fall sports. And the increase in confirmed cases of coronavirus is the reason …

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Jofra Archer’s violation of biosecurity measures “could have been a disaster” – Ashley Giles

Jofra Archer’s decision to go home between tests “could have been a disaster” that cost English cricket “tens of millions of pounds”, according to Ashley Giles. Archer was dropped from England for the second Test against the Caribbean after it was revealed that he had broken his journey between the Ageas Bowl and the Emirates’ Old Trafford by making a …

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