Here’s what it looks like to whip around Richmond Raceway at 100 mph

Richmond, Va. – As far as NASCAR tracks go, Richmond Raceway is one of the shortest at .75 miles. Compared with Daytona International Speedway’s 2.5-mile track, driving around Richmond actually feels like driving in circles because once you hit the straightaway, the next during no more than a couple seconds away. Former NASCAR driver Brett Bodine gave For The Win a 100-mile an hour tour of the track Saturday ahead of the Federated Auto Parts 400, the Cup Series regular season finale Saturday night. It’s a view usually reserved only for the drivers – and, of course, Bodine as the pace car pilot. Drove around @RichmondRaceway with former NASCAR driver… Read More

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How to Watch Browns Games Live Online Without Cable in 2017

Looking to watch a live stream of Cleveland Browns 2017 regular season games? There are a number of different ways to watch every game, even if you don’t have a cable subscription. Of the Browns’ 16 games this year, 13 will be broadcast on CBS (in the Browns’ TV markets), two on Fox (in the Browns’ TV markets), and one on NFL Network (nationally televised). You can click here for the complete schedule, and here for a weekly coverage map to see if the game is in market in your area. If the game is in your market or nationally televised: –CBS games can be watched via CBS All Access–Fox… Read More

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How to Watch Bears Games Live Online Without Cable in 2017

Looking to watch a live stream of Chicago Bears 2017 regular season games? There are a number of different ways to watch every game, even if you don’t have a cable subscription. Of the Bears’ 16 games this year, 10 will be broadcast on Fox (in the Bears’ TV markets), three on CBS (in the Bears’ TV markets), one on ESPN (nationally televised), one on NFL Network (nationally televised) and one on Amazon. You can click here for the complete schedule, and here for a weekly coverage map to see if the game is in market in your area. If the game is in your market or nationally televised: The… Read More

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NCAA OKs request by Houston coach for aid to Harvey victims

The NCAA is signing off on a request for aid for Hurricane Harvey victims that began with a tweet from Houston basketball coach Kelvin Sampson. Kelvin Sampson. Sampson sent a tweet Aug. 28 asking high school, college and pro coaches to send 20 school or team T-shirts and 10 pairs of shoes for the storm victims. Sampson’s team plays in the American Athletic Conference, and on Thursday the NCAA gave its OK to the league, allowing the school to send donations. The university says it has more than 1,300 commitments via Twitter, including more than 330 from Division I sports programs, and donations from all but one state. Sampson has… Read More

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