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Today’s edition features a player suing the NFL, a Boston Bruins player exceeding expectations and a pair of series you need to follow for college football and the NBA.
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The biggest name on the MLB trade market is Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Cole Hamels. More than a few teams are interested in his services for the stretch run. However, it’s not farfetched to believe Hamels will still be on the Phillies after the July 31 trade deadline.
Knuckleball’s Paul Lebowitz says there are multiple layers to a possible Hamels trade, including other star pitchers on the market. A deal should be viewed as an “if” not a “when.”
Today’s U is running a series of college football previews called “3 questions, 3 answers,” where they evaluate the most pressing issues surrounding a specific team.
In this edition, U’s Sean Cordy breaks down the Texas Longhorns and answers the biggest questions surrounding the team, including whether or not Tyrone Swoopes is the answer at quarterback.
The Boston Bruins knew they had something special in David Pastrnak last season, but his potential may be even greater than what they once thought. Pastrnak became the 14th 18-year-old to play an NHL game in Bruins history. By the end of the season, he had scored more points than all but three others.
Slapshot’s Robert Mand says Pastrnak could end up being an All-Star-caliber player in Bean Town.
OK, so Dallas Cowboys starting quarterback Tony Romo is suing the NFL. Why? Gambling, or more specifically the lack of gambling in fantasy football. Confused yet? Pigskin’s Billy Nayden has more details.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has become the poster child for a lawsuit in which Fan Expo LLC is suing the NFL for over $1 million in damages related to the company’s botched fantasy football convention that was supposed to take place earlier this month.
Today’s Fastbreak is currently running a series called “Talk Yourself Into a Championship,” in which writers make the case for a team to win the NBA Championship in 2016. In this edition, Donnie Kolakowski makes a case for a repeat performance by the Golden State Warriors.
Get all the info you need to know leading up to UFC Chicago and the bout between Miesha Tate and Jessica Eye for a shot at Ronda Rousey’s UFC Women’s Bantamweight Championship. Before you place your bets, check out this article.