The Steelers defeated the Ravens -- their longtime AFC North rival -- 19-14 on Wednesday, despite the game being rescheduled three times. First scheduled on Thanksgiving, the game was postponed to Sunday, then from Sunday to Tuesday, and eventually from Tuesday to Wednesday. … [Read more...] about NBC’s Cris Collinsworth ‘blown away’ that Pittsburgh’s women understand football
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The Giants made a whopper of a move at last year’s deadline, cutting ties with 2019 home run leader Kevin Pillar. This year’s surprise was a bit milder. They declined to tender a contract to left-handed starter Tyler Anderson, sending him into free agency. … [Read more...] about Giants to keep Dickerson, Slater, Solano, but decline to offer contract to lefty Anderson
“Draymond is going to be anchoring the defense. He’s got to be Draymond’s partner, ultimately,” Kerr said. “Looney learned over his first couple of years. He learned the ropes at the ‘5.’. Looney is going to be so much more advanced than James will be defensively. James has a lot to catch up on. … [Read more...] about Steve Kerr adamant that Warriors’ success will hinge on their ability to play defense
But Law and Chow only have such a platform because of their previous work in Hong Kong itself. Unknown protesters are unlikely to get such treatment -- and even sympathetic foreign governments and politicians will be cautious of meeting with those who cannot show evidence of any real constituency. … [Read more...] about With arrests and a security law, who is left to fight for democracy in Hong Kong?
Public health clinics performed tests until 10 p.m. the day before the exam, to encourage students to get diagnosed if they had symptoms. Covid tests for students were prioritized. One high school teacher in Daejeon, a city south of Seoul, tested positive around 9.30 p.m. Wednesday. After one of his close contacts tested positive, dozens of exam workers were substituted for reserve staff. … [Read more...] about Half a million South Korean students sit a college entrance exam despite rising Covid cases