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Tuesday, November 24, 2015

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Report: Bill O’Brien interested in Maryland coaching job

The 3-5 Houston Texans are still in the playoff hunt thanks to some horrible play in the AFC South this season, but their head coach is reportedly considering moving on after the season. According to Jason La Canfora of, Bill O’Brien is “very intrigued” by the University of Maryland coaching vacancy. Several high-ranking Maryland…Read More

Vegas books ‘crushed’ by Rousey loss, Holm’s camp won six figures

The Las Vegas sports books were hit hard by Ronda Rousey’s shock loss to Holly Holm, and Holm’s camp was one of the beneficiaries. “The results around town were not good,” Westgate Las Vegas Sportsbook vice president Jay Kornegay told USA Today Sports’s Josh Peter after the fight. “Most books got crushed as typical underdog…Read More

Georgia player injured by coach’s celebratory head slap (Video)

A member of Georgia’s coaching staff got a little too excited on the sideline Saturday, and one of the players paid the price. Georgia players and coaches were celebrating after the team got off the field following a big play. Defensive back Rico McGraw was one of them, and a very excited Georgia assistant, Mike…Read More

Report: Doctors fear Lamar Odom suffered serious brain damage

Lamar Odom isn’t doing too well, according to a new report which states he has had difficulty recognizing friends and family. Odom has made little progress over the past few weeks, according to a report posted early Saturday by TMZ. A source tells them that he’s only able to speak a word occasionally and has…Read More

Fans rally in New York to support daily fantasy sports

A group of fans and employees rallied outside the office of New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman to protest his ruling that daily fantasy sports sites FanDuel and DraftKings constituted illegal gambling. Estimates on the crowd varied depending on the source, but roughly 250 to 300 people showed up, though according to reporters on the…Read More

Oscar De La Hoya rips ‘boring’ Floyd Mayweather

Oscar De La Hoya had some harsh words for Floyd Mayweather Jr. in a letter written to the now-retired boxing champion for Playboy Magazine. De La Hoya fought Mayweather in 2007, producing what at the time was the biggest pay-per-view draw in the sport’s history (Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao broke the mark earlier this year)….Read More

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