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DENVER — Kit Karbler and Dmitri Rudenko were not expecting a delivery Monday afternoon. “The guy came to the door, met the dog, shook our hands like he was supposed to be here,” said Karbler. “And I’m like, “Well, who are you?”” They certainly weren’t expecting a delivery in a giant black case with a […]

MITCHELL — Back-to-back successful outings at the plate lead Mitchell Black past Pierre in a doubleheader Tuesday afternoon at Drake Field. Mitchell posted 10 hits in Game 1 to claim a 12-6 victory, and followed that up with an even more impressive performance in Game 2, posting 15 hits while committing zero errors, in an […]

– Julia Hart was in action for last night’s edition of AEW Dark. It was her first match since she recently joined The House of Black at AEW Double or Nothing last month. Julia Hart showed off her new look and ring attire for the match, which you can see below. She defeated Valentina Rossi […]

Hall of Fame inductee Herb Carnegie never got his shot to play in the NHL because of Conn Smythe’s racist views. (Getty Images) Less than 24 hours after the National Hockey League handed out the Conn Smythe Trophy, awarded to the NHL’s playoff MVP, the Hockey Hall of Fame announced Herb Carnegie would be inducted […]

The Turkish Basketball League, also known as TBL, wrapped up its season on June 18, as Konyaspor toppled Samsun to claim the league championship. The final series featured two former UGA athletes, Derek Ogbeide and JJ Frazier, who make up two of the 13 bulldogs currently playing overseas. Ogbeide averaged 14.7 points per game for […]

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — The mayor of St. Petersburg, Florida, is reopening talks about the future of the Tropicana Field site where baseball’s Tampa Bay Rays play their home games. Mayor Ken Welch said Wednesday that two previous proposals for the 86-acre (348,000-square-meter) downtown location are being scrapped, with a new round of plans […]

Placeholder while article actions load Carson Pickett on Tuesday became the first person with a limb difference to appear for the U.S. women’s national soccer team, starting on defense for the Americans in their 2-0 friendly win over Colombia in Sandy, Utah . . .

— Former Formula One champion Nelson Piquet apologized to Lewis Hamilton on Wednesday, saying the racial term he used about the Mercedes driver was “ill thought out” but was not meant to be offensive. The 69-year-old Brazilian has faced heavy criticism this week over comments he made in Portuguese last November on a podcast where […]

VICTORIA, British Columbia — The Black Bears’ tough habit of starting slow offensively followed them north across the border, and by the time the bats woke up, the pitching had fallen in too deep a hole to get all the way out of it a 12-11 loss to Victoria on Tuesday. The HarbourCats put up […]

One of more than 300 student organizations, Groovestand members harmonize during a concert in Hendricks Chapel. Imagine finding yourself crunched in the middle of a rugby scrum. Or maybe you’d like to explore the local farm-to-table food culture. Then again, how about stepping on stage to serenade an audience with a three-part harmony? Still not […]

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