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Sports That Matters POWERED BY Intertops Sign Up, Make a Deposit, Redeem your Bonus August 12, 2019 COLLEGE FOOTBALL NEWS Alabama’s Joshua McMillon, a projected starter at inside linebacker, injured his right knee in Saturday’s scrimmage and will need surgery, Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban confirmed on Monday. McMillon, a fifth-year senior from Memphis, will be […]

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Sports That Matters August 6, 2019 Welcome back! MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL NEWS Rick Porcello pitched six innings of one-run ball, Sam Travis hit a two-run homer and the Boston Red Sox halted their eight-game losing streak with a 7-5 victory over the struggling Kansas City Royals on Monday night. Rafael Devers added a solo shot for the Red Sox. Travis’ gave Boston a […]

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Fighting Irish Add Recruit, Sooners Riley Dealing With Off Field Issues, Other College Football News

Sports That Matters August 3, 2019 Welcome back! COLLEGE FOOTBALL NEWS The University of Oklahoma and football coach Lincoln Riley have both responded to social media posts from a woman who said she was abused by running back Kennedy Brooks. In tweets posted Friday from an account that has since been turned private, Mallory Jech said she dated […]

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Less Than A Month Away NCAA Football Heating Up As Camps Get Started

Sports That Matters July 30, 2019 Welcome back! Usually the nation’s top college football programs schedule cupcake games as part of their non-conference schedule. Alabama and Wisconsin announced they agreed to a home-and-home series for 2024 and 2025. Alabama linebacker Eyabi Anoma was not enrolled in classes for what would have been the fall semester of his sophomore academic year. That […]

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NCAA College Football Season Is Right Around The Corner But Teams Recruiting For The Future

Sports That Matters July 28, 2019 Thanks for stopping by! NCAA COLLEGE FOOTBALL NEWS The LSU Tigers added an ESPN 300 defensive tackle Jaquelin Roy to its 2020 class for a second time. Roy had de-committed and now is a Tiger. Roy, a 6-foot-4, 290-pound defensive tackle from University Laboratory School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Roy is […]

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NBA Comings & Goings, MLB Set For Second Half, College Football Pre-Camp News

Sports That Matters July 11th, 2019 Welcome back! ESPY Award show still less entertaining as other award shows! 1. National Basketball Association news Magic Johnson likes the Lakers fourth quarter team. Photo: Yahoo Sports You may remember that Magic Johnson abruptly quit his job as Lakers president so he could tweet whatever he wanted and voice his […]

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NBA Free Agency, CWS, MLB News, Notes & Results

Sports That Matters Powered By June 26th, 2019 Welcome back! 1. What’s New Once free agency starts on Sunday, the Rockets are planning to recruit Jimmy Butler to push the Philadelphia 76ers for a sign-and-trade deal that would allow the All-Star forward to join James Harden and Chris Paul in Houston. Drew Brees welcomed Zion Williamson to New Orleans with a framed jersey from the quarterback on […]

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Lakers Make Deal For Davis, Marte Hits Two HR’s, OJ Simpson On Twitter

Sports That Matters Powered by Site Ground June 15th, 2019 Welcome back, hope your Saturday was enjoyable and you have a wonderful Sunday! 1. Lakers Land Davis From The Pelicans… The Los Angeles Lakers reached an agreement to acquire three-time All-NBA forward Anthony Davis from the New Orleans Pelicans for three players and three first-round draft picks on Saturday, league sources […]

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What’s New, College Basketball, College Football News

May 29th, 2019 Welcome back, even politics can’t compete with NBA Finals, Stanley Cup Finals and MLB daily news. 1. What’s New About 14.77 million people went to Broadway shows last season. That’s five million more people than went to Yankees, Mets, Knicks, Nets, Rangers, Islanders, Giants and Jets games combined. NFLPA executive director DeMaurice […]