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Five college football freshmen who can become instant stars in 2020

The 2020 recruiting class is in the books, and its clear there are a handful of freshmen who have the talent and skill-set to make an immediate impact. Were highlighting five freshmen in particular who are set up for instant success. These young men could burst onto the college football scene in 2020 and become stars. Julian Fleming, wide receiver, Ohio State The Buckeyes are loaded with talent on offense, and a couple of stars from last years squad are returning. Big-play specialist Chris Olave...

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Could Zion propel Pelicans into playoffs? The Lakers hope not

The New Orleans Pelicans were rocked by two seismic events this season. One was the knee injury suffered by rookie Zion Williamson in his first game of Summer League, followed by an actual earthquake that shut down the game. The second was Zions earth-shattering debut in January, when he exploded for 17 straight points in a comeback effort against the Spurs that was only derailed when he was pulled because of a minutes restriction. Since that loss to San Antonio, New Orleans has gone 8-4 and vau...

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10 takeaways following the 2020 NHL trade deadline

Lets be honest: The NHL trade deadline doesnt typically live up to its hype. If anything, its the fake Twitter accounts that steal the show when hockeys trade market closes for the season. But the 2020 edition had plenty of entertaining moves to watch and discuss, from big veteran departures from downtrodden clubs to teams beefing up for what could be long playoff runs in just a couple of months time. While there were storylines aplenty over the last few days, there is a handful that stood out. ...

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Five surprising teams that could reach the Final Four

As March approaches, the conversation around college basketball focuses on two areas: the top of the bracket, and the bubble. Everyone is eager to figure out the top seeds and the last teams in the tournament. That does a disservice to one of the most interesting groups of teams in college basketball. Theres a huge chunk of teams that arent contending for a top seed, should safely reach the Big Dance, and have a real chance to be a factor in March. Every year we see teams seeded in the meaty mid...

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Trade it, pick Tua or select Mr. Obvious? Advice for Bengals on No. 1 pick

As we approach this weeks Combine in Indianapolis, Yardbarker NFL writers Michael Nania, Chris Mueller and Sam Robinson weigh in on one of the biggest topics of the offseason: what the Bengals should do with the first overall pick. Consider trade for draft haul MICHAEL NANIA:In a recent interview, Burrow was non-committal when asked about his desire to play for the Bengals, stating, They have their process that they have to go through, and so I am blessed to be in the position Im in. If they sel...

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Ionescu makes NCAA history hours after speaking at Kobe Bryant memorial

Sabrina Ionescu had a pretty incredible day on Monday. The Oregon Ducks senior was one of a handful of few people who had the honor of speaking at the memorial for Kobe and Gianna Bryant at Staples Center in Los Angeles. She delivered a moving speech and talked about her relationship with the Bryants, and about how she wanted herself and others to follow Kobes lead in pushing forward womens basketball. Later that evening, Ionescu was in Palo Alto for her No. 3 Ducks huge game against the No. 4 S...

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Five middle-class teams primed to take advantage if playoffs expand

With the baseball world focused on the Astros scandal, reports surfaced in early February that MLB is considering expanding its playoff field in 2022. If adopted, seven teams in each league would make the postseason; the team with the best record in each league would get a first-round bye. Perhaps this was just commissioner Rob Manfreds effort to distract from sign-stealing purgatory. If so, good job, commish. The leaked proposal, which generated much chatter, has merit. Most importantly, it wou...

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