How UT Vols’ defensive backs rank in SEC East

Georgia defensive back Deandre Baker (18) knocks the ball from Tennessee running back Jalen Hurd (1) just before he was about to score during the first half at Sanford Stadium on Oct. 1, 2016, in Athens, Ga. Florida has changed for the worse in recent years, but you couldn’t prove it by the Gators’ secondary, which has turned out one NFL prospect after another. That shouldn’t change in Dan Mullen’s first season as Florida’s coach. While the Gators’ offense remains questionable, its secondary again should be a team strength. Georgia and Kentucky also figure to field strong secondaries this fall, and Missouri will return three starters in its defensive backfield.… Read More

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American Fork jumps on Clearfield early, cruises to a 15-5 win in 6A baseball playoffs

OREM — American Fork took care of business early to get past Clearfield 15-5 on Monday, advancing to the 6A semifinal round in the no-loss bracket. The Cavemen bats came alive to the tune of 17 hits, which included seven in the first inning that sent eight runs home. Travis Johnson began the scoring with a 2-run single with Colton Carpenter topping things off with an RBI triple, as the Cavemen sent 13 batters to the plate in the first inning alone. “The kids had good approaches,” said American Fork coach Jarod Ingersoll while noting that Clearfield starting pitcher Bryson Hirabayashi taking a hard-hit ball to the knee may have… Read More

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Boomer & Warrener and the Big Show at the Calgary Flames Alumni Masters Golf Tournament

Sportsnet 960 The Fan will be live on location at the Calgary Flames Alumni Masters Golf Tournament on May 31! Since 1994, the tournament has raised over $2.6 million for Calgary charities. The golf tournament returns to Heritage Pointe on May 31st. This years proceeds directly support Cerebral Palsy Kids and Families. Cerebral Palsy Kids and Families is a small grassroots charity that provides family-focused support, resources, programs and opportunities to Calgary area individuals and families affected by Cerebral Palsy and other similar neuromotor disabilities. …read more Source:: Sportsnet.ca       

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Quinn Cook learned the hard way not to take a single minute for granted in the NBA

Want Warriors news in your inbox? Sign up for the free DubsDaily newsletter. OAKLAND — Quinn Cook has a nagging regret from three years ago. When he played for the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Las Vegas Summer League in 2015, he’d often enter blowout games with six or seven minutes left. But instead of playing as hard as he could during that time, he’d be a bit blase. “I always regretted being too cool out there, never going as hard,” Cook said. “It took me another year to get another opportunity in the NBA. And that whole year I was just thinking, wow, if I just could’ve did that, or… Read More

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