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Southern Section playoffs seem inevitable already

Southern Section playoffs seem inevitable already
  • Southern Section playoffs seem inevitable already FWC: Southern Section playoffs seem inevitable already

    Three weeks into the high school football season, the suspense is pretty much gone. Being honest means that no team in the Southern Section is going to beat Bellflower St. John Bosco (3-0), Santa Ana Mater Dei (3-0) or Corona Centennial (3-0) during the regular season. The only question is who…

  • Celtic v Rangers LIVE! FWC: Celtic v Rangers LIVE!

    A SHIFT IN MOOD?The last time these two teams met, Celtic were celebrating a seventh successive league title with a 5-0 victory at Celtic Park.But have Rangers reduced the gap already under Gerrard?Kris Boyd is a special guest on Sky Sports’ coverage, and he said: “I’m surprised by the start he’s made. “The European campaign has allowed Rangers to do that,…

  • An *angry* Nick Saban on QB questions: “Quit asking.” FWC: An *angry* Nick Saban on QB questions: “Quit asking.”

    After Alabama beat Louisville, a reporter’s (extremely fair) question ticked Saban off. Alabama looked very Alabama-ish in destroying Louisville in Week 1 on Saturday, 51-14. The most notable part of a boring blowout was that Alabama started sophomore quarterback Tua Tagovailoa instead of junior incumbent Jalen Hurts. The Tide were going to beat Louisville no matter what, but Tagovailoa outshined…

  • Mbappe scores and gets sent off as PSG wins 4-2 at Nimes FWC: Mbappe scores and gets sent off as PSG wins 4-2 at Nimes

    Mbappe scores and gets sent off as PSG wins 4-2 at Nimes

  • How Week 1 — yes, Week 1 — is changing the postseason picture FWC: How Week 1 — yes, Week 1 — is changing the postseason picture

    Let’s track college football’s opening weekend top 25 impact, with an eye toward the Playoff. Here’s the easiest way to keep track of the long-term implications of what’s happening on the college football field, updated all Week 1 long. In this weekly post, we’ll keep track of the national weekend strictly from the perspective of how these things are altering…

  • UCLA's offensive tempo more of a jog than sprint in Chip Kelly's debut FWC: UCLA’s offensive tempo more of a jog than sprint in Chip Kelly’s debut

    Chip Kelly’s Oregon teams confounded opponents with their dizzying pace and dynamic play calls as part of a run-heavy offense. In his UCLA debut Saturday at the Rose Bowl, Kelly’s offense baffled only longtime observers of the coach. The Bruins did bear some Kelly trademarks during a 26-17 loss…

  • Folau named in Wallabies squad FWC: Folau named in Wallabies squad

    Israel Folau has been rushed back into a revamped Australia squad for this month’s Rugby Championship matches against South Africa and Argentina.

  • How Manchester City changed soccer forever FWC: How Manchester City changed soccer forever

    Ten years ago, Sheikh Mansour of Abu Dhabi bought Man City, transforming the club from Premier League punchline to a dynasty in the making.

  • Matuidi scores winner, Ronaldo draws blank as Juventus beat Parma FWC: Matuidi scores winner, Ronaldo draws blank as Juventus beat Parma

    News 128   //    02 Sep 2018, 10:05 IST SHARE Share Options × Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Reddit Google+ Email Milan, Sep 2 (AFP) Cristiano Ronaldo drew another blank in his bid to score his first Serie A goal for Juventus but the Italian champions kept their winning momentum 2-1 at promoted Parma on Saturday with goals in either half from…

  • Antonio Gates signs with the Chargers for a 16th season. The Rivers-Gates era continues FWC: Antonio Gates signs with the Chargers for a 16th season. The Rivers-Gates era continues

    Throughout training camp and the preseason, there was speculation that, at some point, the Chargers could re-sign Antonio Gates. That point arrived Sunday. The tight end agreed to terms on a deal to play his 16th season with the Chargers. Gates, 38, returns to give quarterback Philip Rivers a liable…

  • Motors: Lewis Hamilton wins on Ferrari's home turf FWC: Motors: Lewis Hamilton wins on Ferrari’s home turf

    Lewis Hamilton denied Ferrari a dream home-course win at the Italian Grand Prix on Sunday as he overtook Kimi Raikkonen eight laps from the end to claim a fifth victory in seven years at Monza. The Mercedes driver beat Raikkonen, who had started in pole, to tie Michael Schumacher’s record of five…

  • NHL suspends Vegas' Nate Schmidt 20 games for performance enhancing substances violation FWC: NHL suspends Vegas’ Nate Schmidt 20 games for performance enhancing substances violation

    The Vegas Golden Knights will begin defense of their Western Conference title without valuable defenseman Nate Schmidt, who was suspended without pay by the NHL for 20 regular-season games for violating the terms of the NHL/NHL Players Assn. Performance Enhancing Substances Program. In announcing…