College football Week 4 picks against the spread

Week 4 of the college football season is here, and we’re coming off a hot week against the spread. This week’s biggest challenges are the top 25 matchups between No. 22 Texas A&M and No. 1 Alabama and the primetime matchup between No. 7 Stanford and No. 20 Oregon. Those are the biggest pieces in the […]

Infantino objects to La Liga games in US

By Saurabh Shankaranarayan Last Updated: 18/09/18 5:03pm FIFA president Gianni Infantino is against the move to play La Liga games in USA FIFA president Gianni Infantino has voiced his objection to leagues playing competitive games abroad ahead of a proposed Girona vs Barcelona La Liga match in Miami. As part of a 15-year deal signed […]

India restricted to 285 despite Dhawan hundred

Amidst all the chatter of India orchestrating a statistician’s pandemonium, thanks to Anshuman Rath’s bewildering decision to bowl first in unforgiving Dubai heat, India were restricted to 285 on an admittedly slow pitch. Kinchit Shah and Ehsan Khan shared five wickets between them, making the slow outfield an accomplice in choking India in the fourth […]

John Mitchell: England defence coach role for ex-All Blacks boss

John Mitchell has been appointed as England’s new defence coach. The Rugby Football Union (RFU) has reached a compensation agreement with South African province Blue Bulls after lengthy negotiations. The RFU is believed to be paying around £200,000 to recruit the former All Blacks head coach. Mitchell coached England’s forwards under Sir Clive Woodward at […]

#Meravigliosi: Una Serata Di Gala Per Celebrare I Successi Di Glasgow

La Federazione Italiana Nuoto ha organizzato per stasera, il quarto gala #Meravigliosi. L’appuntamento è nel cuore della “movida” romana. Il noto locale sito nel quartiere Eur, “Spazio Novecento”, sarà la cornice dell’evento che celebra il successo degli sport acquatici agli ultimi Europei di Glasgow. Il red carpet è pronto ad accogliere i 39 medagliati degli ultimi […]

Culture of Australian cricket has always been very strong: Ponting

Ricky Ponting noted that despite Australian players being involved in the ball tampering incident in the Cape Town Test, earlier in the year, the culture of the national team “has always been very strong”. At the start of the year, Steven Smith, Cameron Bancroft and David Warner were handed bans of different lengths by Cricket […]

MEN, The Fab Three, BBC, MSN & football’s greatest ever trios

Neymar may have broken up Barcelona’s band of brothers last season when he fled to France after a shock €222 million move to Paris Saint-Germain, but the legend of the MSN partnership will live on. With the brilliant Brazilian lining up in attack alongside Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez, the Blaugrana won the Champions League, Club […]

Fabre buzzing over Persian

Last Updated: 18/09/18 12:26pm Andre Fabre Andre Fabre admits he is excited about Persian King as he considers the options after his easy win at Chantilly last week. The Kingman cot – who is 20/1 with Sky Bet for next year’s 2000 Guineas – took his record to two from three, with his only defeat […]

Virginia Tech Set for Four Home Meets in 2018-19

Courtesy: Virginia Tech Athletics BLACKSBURG, Va. – Virginia Tech swimming and diving head coach Sergio Lopez Miro announces the 2018-19 schedule, featuring an exciting ACC opener to kick off the Hokies season which will see four home meets at the Christiansburg Aquatic Center. New to the schedule this season is an ACC/BigTen Challenge hosted by […]

Durham part way with Geoff Cook as Director of Cricket; Marcus North in contention

Former Australian batsman Marcus North is in the running to become Durham’s new Director of Cricket after the club announced that Geoff Cook is set to leave the club after 27 years. Cook joined Durham in 1991 as Director of Cricket after a playing career which included seven Test appearances for England and more than […]