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Texans send Bengals to 1st loss, 10-6 behind backup TJ Yates

CINCINNATI (AP) — It figures that Cincinnati's first loss would come against a team that has tormented them in the big games.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 17 November 2015

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No. 2 Ohio State hopes its best is yet to come in last games

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The defending national champions are still an enigma to many, including themselves.

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AP NewsBreak: Leaders say no to Russian track at Rio Games

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — Leaders of the world anti-doping movement called for Russian track athletes to be banned from next year's Olympics, saying Monday that the nine-month window between now and the Games isn't enough to ensure the program and its athletes are clean.

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Test time: Next two games give No. 2 Ohio State the chance to silence its critics, prove its 10-0 record is legitimate

COLUMBUS — The defending national champions are still an enigma to many, including themselves.

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No. 7 Ohio State looks ahead after 100-56 loss to UConn

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio State coach Kevin McGuff challenged his Buckeyes in their first two games, playing the top two teams in the country.

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No. 25 Oregon enters poll, beats No. 20 Baylor 74-67

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — Oregon coach Dana Altman didn't know what was in store for his freshly ranked team when the quality of competition cranked up with No. 20 Baylor in town Monday night.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 17 November 2015

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Cubs' Bryant, Astros' Correa voted top MLB rookies

NEW YORK (AP) — Big expectations followed Kris Bryant and Carlos Correa from the moment each was drafted just a few years ago.

It didn't take long for both to deliver.

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Quick thinking averted massacre at Paris attacks stadium

 

SAINT-DENIS, France (AP) — The suicide bombers' remains, clingy flecks of flesh spread in a 10-meter (yard) radius around where they exploded, were flushed down the drains of the city they sought to terrorize, washed away by municipal workers with detergent sprays and power hoses.

All that's left of them now are questions.

Last Updated on Monday, 16 November 2015

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