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8:25 PM ET The Big 12 executive committee met with the presidents of Texas and Oklahoma on Sunday amid speculation that the two schools intend to depart for the SEC. Texas’ Jay Hartzell and Oklahoma’s Joe Harroz met via videoconference with the committee, which includes Big 12 Chairman of the Board of Directors and Texas
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11:04 PM ET Associated Press KAWAGOE, Japan — Bryson DeChambeau tested positive for COVID-19 before leaving the United States for the Olympics and will miss the Tokyo Games. He’ll be replaced by Patrick Reed. 1 Related DeChambeau, last year’s U.S. Open champion, becomes the highest-profile athlete to test positive for the virus. He said he
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5:45 PM ET Nacho Elvira squandered a six-shot overnight lead in the Wales Open and bogeyed the 18th hole before rallying to beat Justin Harding in a playoff to win his first European Tour title on Sunday. Elvira dedicated his victory to Spanish golfer Celia Barquin Arozamena, who was murdered in 2018. Harding three-putted the
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1:59 PM ET Arizona Cardinals star pass rusher Chandler Jones is unhappy with his contract status and has requested a trade, sources tell ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler. The Cardinals don’t want to trade Jones and expect him to report to training camp, sources tell Fowler. The 31-year-old Jones appeared in just five games in 2020 before
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1:40 PM ET ESPN News Services The Vancouver Canucks placed Jake Virtanen on unconditional waivers Sunday for the purpose of buying out the final year of his contract. Canucks general manager Jim Benning confirmed the decision in an announcement on the team’s official Twitter account. Virtanen was placed on leave on May 1 after being
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1:05 PM ET Associated Press EVIAN-LES-BAINS, France — Australian golfer Minjee Lee won a sudden death playoff against overnight leader Jeongeun Lee6 to clinch the Evian Championship on Sunday for her first major title. Lee6 had to take a drop shot when her second shot on the first extra playoff hole flew into a pond,
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11:54 AM ET Associated Press CLEVELAND — Indians manager Terry Francona missed his second straight game Sunday with a head cold. President of baseball operations Chris Antonetti said Francona is “still under the weather” and the team’s medical staff felt he would benefit from another day resting at home. He will get more time to
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10:08 AM ET The Unites States faltered down the stretch Sunday in a 83-76 loss to France at the Olympics. The U.S. led 74-67 with 3:41 remaining, before Evan Fournier ignited a 14-0 run that helped France secure the victory. Fournier finished with 28 points for France. It is the United States’ first Olympic basketball
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12:09 AM ET Ash Barty has been sensationally knocked out of the Tokyo Olympics singles in the first round, stunned by unheralded Spaniard Sara Sorribes Tormo in straight sets. The world No.48 beat world No.1 and newly-crowned Wimbledon champion Barty 6-4 6-3 in the biggest shock of the Games to date as the Australian fell
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4:28 AM ET Associated Press Spain’s Nacho Elvira continued his fine form to take a six-shot lead into Sunday’s final round at Celtic Manor, Wales on Saturday. The 34-year-old is chasing his maiden European Tour win and carded a 5-under-par 66 to finish Round 3 at 16 under. “I struggled a bit this year. To
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