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Among UCLA faithful, Chip Kelly’s debut had to hurt

Among UCLA faithful, Chip Kelly’s debut had to hurt
  • Among UCLA faithful, Chip Kelly’s debut had to hurt FWC: Among UCLA faithful, Chip Kelly’s debut had to hurt

    The Chip Kelly Era marched into the Rose Bowl on Saturday and was heartily welcomed by ghosts of Bruins past. It looked like the Jim Mora Era, only worse. It looked like the Rick Neuheisel Era, only duller. It looked like the Karl Dorrell Era only, well, honestly, it was pretty much exactly like…

  • Tua Tagovailoa is answer to Alabama's so-called quarterback question FWC: Tua Tagovailoa is answer to Alabama’s so-called quarterback question

    Tua Tagovailoa showed in Alabama’s dominant victory over Louisville that he should be the Tide’s quarterback going forward.

  • The Lakers Will Free Themselves From The Curse Of Luol Deng FWC: The Lakers Will Free Themselves From The Curse Of Luol Deng

    The Los Angeles Lakers will reportedly buy out the remaining two years of the contract of Luol Deng, bringing to a close one of the great mistakes of the insane summer of 2016.Read more…

  • Griffin earns spot on Ravens roster FWC: Griffin earns spot on Ravens roster

    Robert Griffin III’s NFL comeback is complete after he was retained by the Baltimore Ravens on their 53-man roster for this season.

  • U.S. Open 2018: Novak Djokovic sees off Richard Gasquet FWC: U.S. Open 2018: Novak Djokovic sees off Richard Gasquet

    Novak Djokovic was a class above at Arthur Ashe Stadium, continuing his quest for a third U.S. Open crown with a 6-2, 6-3, 6-3 victory.

  • Bruce: I do know what I'm doing FWC: Bruce: I do know what I’m doing

    “I do know what I’m doing,” insists Steve Bruce, despite describing his Aston Villa side as “embarrassing” in their 4-1 Sky Bet Championship defeat at Sheffield United.

  • India begin shooting World Championship with 2 junior gold, seniors miss finals FWC: India begin shooting World Championship with 2 junior gold, seniors miss finals

    News 59   //    02 Sep 2018, 11:54 IST SHARE Share Options × Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Reddit Google+ Email Changwon (South Korea), Sep 2 (PTI) India began their campaign in the 52nd ISSF World Championship with two gold medals in the junior section but shooters representing the senior teams failed to reach the finals of their respective events here Sunday.The…

  • Top takeaways from college football Week 1 FWC: Top takeaways from college football Week 1

    By the end of the season, what transpired in college football Week 1 may not feel as significant as it does after watching it all unfold the past few days.Launching into the first weekend of college football can feel a bit like getting shot out of a cannon. So much is happening all at once, and it’s all happening so…

  • What makes the perfect goalkeeper? FWC: What makes the perfect goalkeeper?

    Alisson blotted his copybook after being left red-faced in Liverpool’s 2-1 win over Leicester at the King Power Stadium, but will the Brazilian now change his ways?

  • 49ers lose Jerick McKinnon for season with ACL tear FWC: 49ers lose Jerick McKinnon for season with ACL tear

    Jerick McKinnon got the worst possible news on Saturday, and the San Francisco 49ers lost someone who was expected to be a big part of their offense.According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, McKinnon suffered a torn ACL during Saturday’s practice and will miss the entire season. It’s a brutal blow for the Niners. McKinnon was brought in to be…

  • Star freshman Trevor Lawrence stakes claim for Clemson QB job FWC: Star freshman Trevor Lawrence stakes claim for Clemson QB job

    The Clemson Tigers didn’t do much to silence the talk of a quarterback controversy during their emphatic season-opening win.Highly-touted freshman phenom Trevor Lawrence didn’t start the game for the Tigers, but after senior incumbent Kelly Bryant struggled in the first three Clemson possessions, coach Dabo Swinney put Lawrence in the game. In the second quarter, he threw his first career…

  • Tennis Jedi Master, Roger Federer, gives his latest lesson FWC: Tennis Jedi Master, Roger Federer, gives his latest lesson

    Roger Federer outhit and outwit an overmatched Nick Kyrgios in the third round of the US Open.