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One-on-One: Bold proposals to save us from soul-sucking NFL preseason

Yardbarker NFL writers Michael Tunison and Chris Mueller address some of the hottest issues in the league. This weeks topic: What can the NFL do to make preseason games more watchable Mueller:The preseason tends to be a slog not only for veteran players whose roster spots arent in jeopardy, but also for fans, many of whom tune in to watch their teams games out of sheer force of habit and nothing more. A mostly meaningless exercise was momentarily made interesting by Rams head coach Sean McVay du...

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Here's the plan for Orioles, baseball's biggest losers

A last-place finish in the American League East in 2017 convinced Baltimore Orioles management the team needed to jettison veterans and start over with younger, cheaper talent. The results of the new organizational philosophy have been disastrous: Baltimore finished 47-115 in 2018, an astounding 61 games behind first-place Boston, and this seasons team again has MLBs worst record (41-86). Only three teams in the modern era (since 1900) have lost more than the Orioles did last season: the 1962 Ne...

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One-on-One: We absolutely can't unsee Lakers' offseason circus

Yardbarker NBA writers Pat Heery and Sean Keane address the hottest issues in the NBA. This weeks topic: the Lakers circus. Keane:There are three constants in the National Basketball Association: uncalled traveling violations, cursory sideline interviews from Gregg Popovich and a circus surrounding the Los Angeles Lakers. In an otherwise quiet stretch of the summer, the Lakers were hit with a devastating injury when DeMarcus Cousins suffered a torn ACL. Now theyre holding tryouts for new centers...

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One-on-One: Who can break up Clemson-Alabama monopoly?

Yardbarkers Michael Weinreb and Kate Rooney address the hottest issues in college football. This weeks topic: Can anyone upend Alabama and Clemson Weinreb:Were days from the start of college football season, which was marked Monday by the release of the preseason Associated Press Top-25 poll, in which journalists rank teams based entirely on the fine print in Phil Steeles preseason magazine and the hype around young quarterbacks who often havent played a college game. Beyond the top two -- which...

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Deep thoughts: How Bears' QB Mitch Trubisky can take his game to next level

Mitch Trubisky had a breakout second season for the Bears in 2018, leading them to 12 wins and the NFC North title. It was a huge step forward for the former North Carolina star, who had an up-and-down rookie season after being selected second overall in the 2017 Draft. In 2017, Trubisky went 4-8 as a starter, with a passer rating of 77.5 and just 183 passing yards per game. In 2018, Trubisky made a big sophomore leap, boosting his passer rating to 95.4 and throwing for about 230 yards per game....

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From zero to warp speed? Miami-Florida winner could rev up its program

A generation ago, the voters in the 2001 preseason Associated Press poll chose the Florida Gators as the No. 1 team in the country. It was a sensible choice, given that Steve Spurrier had built Florida into a perennial power. As it turned out, the Gators were 10-2 that year and finished fifth in the final poll, and Spurrier left for the NFL after the season. The national champion in 2001 The Miami Hurricanes, led by first-year coach Larry Coker. Eighteen years later, two of the most formidable p...

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Rams' Jared Goff must transform into Joe Cool to join QB elites

Jared Goff is one of the more interesting QB mysteries in the NFL. Over the past two seasons, he has put up some of the most prolific passing numbers in the league. Since 2017, he is fourth in the NFL in passing touchdowns (60) and fifth in passing yards (8,492), spearheading one of the NFLs most dangerous offenses. Earlier this year, he led the Los Angeles Rams to Super Bowl LIII at only 24 years old. However, many have questioned the legitimacy of Goffs production. Are his gaudy numbers truly ...

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