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Arkansas fires head coach Chad Morris
Arkansas fires head coach Chad Morris
Two of UFC's longest-tenured heavyweights are on the way out.
The freedom to just play and not be burdened by the ancillary things, to raising the ceiling of a team compared to the responsibility of ensuring the bottom doesn’t fall out of the floor, shouldn’t be criticized as much as acknowledged as a special space.
While some fans will surely be disappointed with the corporate infringement, critics would like to see the franchise rid of all Native American imagery and branding.
Let's look at some potential trades to consider now that we're headed into the NBA All-Star Break.
The two All-Stars on the team with the NBA's best record got taken last.
Taking the Schumacher surname back into Formula One this season will be more a source of pride than pressure, Michael's son Mick said on Thursday. The 21-year-old German, whose Ferrari great father won seven world championships including five with the Italian team, makes his F1 race debut with Haas in Bahrain on March 28. "I'm very happy to carry that surname, and I'm very happy to carry that name back into Formula One, and I'm very proud of it," he told reporters on a video call as Haas unveiled their new Ferrari-powered car.
Jalen Ramsey and Deshaun Watson share a connection.
Mikaela Shiffrin slammed Slovakian race organizers after a women's World Cup giant slalom Sunday, calling them “unprofessional” for making her wait in the start gate before her final run for what she felt was too long. Holding a slim lead from the opening leg, Shiffrin was ready to start when she had to wait for two minutes while course workers replaced a broken gate. Finally allowed to go, the American posted only the 11th-fastest time and dropped to third, 0.37 behind the winner, Petra Vlhova of Slovakia.
Mikaela Shiffrin called out an "unprofessional" delay after being denied a 70th World Cup victory as Slovakian rival Petra Vlhova won a giant slalom.
As LaMelo Ball continues setting records in his standout rookie season, his latest accomplishment may be his most impressive yet.
Top running back prospect drops hints to Dolphins at draft event
Some of the latest 49ers news from last week to update Arizona Cardinals fans of their division rivals.
A vicious, intentional knee to the head of a downed Aljamain Sterling cost Petr Yan his bantamweight title on Saturday at Apex on the main card of UFC 259.
A look at some of the biggest stories about the Arizona Cardinals' NFC West rivals from last week.
Petr Yan lost the UFC bantamweight championship on Saturday night after illegally kneeing Aljamain Sterling while he was down on one knee. The knee was not only deemed illegal, it was ruled intentional, which meant that Yan was disqualified. Sterling became the new bantamweight titleholder, but not at all in the way that he wanted. Shortly after UFC 259 concluded, Yan issued a statement of apology on Twitter and also took to the UFC 259 post-fight press conference to reflect on the fight. "I apologize and wish speedy recovery to (Sterling). I didn’t mean to throw an illegal strike, I just made a big mistake and paid for it," he wrote. https://twitter.com/PetrYanUFC/status/1368436400220073986 Though Sterling was transported to the hospital to get checked out, he issued his own statement on the fight. "Not the way I ever want to win a fight. It was close, competitive and filled with action. I felt the knee was intentional, especially after the ref announced I was a downed opponent, so I didn’t expect to be hit. Yan is a bad dude! WE WILL DO IT AGAIN!" https://twitter.com/funkmasterMMA/status/1368434976329330690 https://twitter.com/funkmasterMMA/status/1368447331855519745 With both men on board to run the fight back, UFC president Dana White was also agreeable, saying that he absolutely intends to book the rematch as soon as possible. TRENDING > UFC 259 results: Blachowicz denies Adesanya; Nunes rolls; Yan loses belt to DQ Petr Yan reflects on illegal knee, hopes for quick rematch (Subscribe to MMAWeekly.com on YouTube)
Watch Amanda Lemos' striking clinic end with a stiff jab and follow-up shots.
Only one belt changed hands Saturday at UFC 259.
Other GMs around the league took one key lesson away from Sam Hinkie's "process" in Philadelphia — he got fired.
Adesanya showed his peers how it is done, even in a losing effort.
Interesting thought exercise from ESPN's Todd McShay