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COLLEGE BASEBALL RESULTS: Sunday wins for Troy & Auburn

Auburn baseball made its first steps toward improving its record against South Carolina on Sunday by securing their first victory against the side since 1997 in a 3-0 shutout on Sunday at Carolina stadium. Before Sundays win the record was set at 13 consecutive series, and the matchup dropped the Gamecocks to 27-21, 10-14 on the year. With the help ...

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Soeda Ended Hewitt’s run to Achieve Win Record in Houston

Go Soeda from Japan was able to beat Lleyton Hewitt from Australia, 4-6, 7-6 (3), 6-3 last Monday night during the U.S. Men’s Clay Court Championship’s first round. Hewitt, a 34-year-old former World Number 1 (2009 tournament champion), needed 2 wins to be the 7th player in today’s Open Era to achieve 100 wins on grass and clay courts. He ...

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Jeff Novitzky Hired by UFC to Improve Athlete Drug Testing Program

Jeff Novitzky, a federal steroid cop, decided to turn in his badge to accept cleanup duties in the lucrative and wild cage fighting world. Novitzky will be Ultimate Fighting Championships’ athlete health and performance vice president, the largest mixed martial arts promoter to date. The UFC announced in a surprising post last Monday on their website, that Novitzky will lead ...

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Iran Plans to Ease Women Ban on Sporting Events That Involves Men

Since the 1979 Iran Islamic Revolution, in most sporting events that involve men, women are not allowed to attend. But this may change as a top sports official from Iran stated that for some events, the women ban will be removed. Abdolhamid Ahmadi, Deputy Sports Minister of Iran, stated last Saturday that there are plans to allow families and women ...

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