6:58 AM BST Electric winger Sevu Reece will start for the All Blacks in their Rugby Championship clash with Argentina while four more uncapped players are lined up on the bench. Reece will be on the right wing for his maiden Test in Buenos Aires on Sunday (AEDT), having knocked down the selection door with
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Things have gotten interesting for 2018 Open Championship runner-up Kevin Kisner. His caddie, Duane “Dewey” Bock, injured his right calf while walking to the driving range on Wednesday. So Kisner’s swing coach, John Tillery, is on his bag for the opening round of The Open at Royal Portrush. “We’re going to go have fun,” Kisner
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12:15 AM ET Texas added one of the top in-state prospects to its recruiting class on Monday when ESPN 300 defensive end Vernon Broughton committed to the Longhorns. The No. 79-ranked recruit overall chose Texas over Texas A&M in what Broughton says was a back-and-forth recruitment between the two schools. “The coaches, getting to know
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11:36 PM ET Associated Press DETROIT — The Detroit Red Wings have re-signed defenseman Joe Hicketts to a two-year contract. The team announced the move Wednesday. Hicketts played in 11 games with the Red Wings in 2018-19. He also had 27 points in 64 games with Grand Rapids of the AHL. The 23-year-old Hicketts has
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10:23 PM ET LAS VEGAS — Welterweight world titlist Keith Thurman showed off his confidence on Wednesday during the final pre-fight news conference inside the MGM Grand Garden Arena ahead of his showdown with legend Manny Pacquiao. Thurman said he will lay down bets on himself at the MGM sports book to score a knockout
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FIFA President Gianni Infantino said on Wednesday that the unprecedented move to step in and jointly administer African football with the regional body CAF will “significantly improve” the sport on the continent. Infantino also brushed aside suggestions that there was widespread opposition to the move, which followed corruption allegations against CAF president Ahmad Ahmad. FIFA
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9:10 AM ET Greg WyshynskiESPN If I were one of the executives hiring Ron Francis as the first general manager of the Seattle Whatevers — and I’m still all-in on the “Sasquatch” or “Kraken,” for the record — my first question would have been a simple one: “How much of that was your fault?” Under
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