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Unvaccinated Sox may cost themselves a lot of money

2 Minute Drill: Unvaccinated Sox may cost themselves a lot of money



This is sportscenter 5, 2 minute drill. Hi everybody spring training now officially underway the Red Sox hard at work down in Fort Myers preparing for the upcoming season. They opened the season in the Bronx april 7th against the Yankees, their home opener april 15th at Fenway against the twins. April 25th, the Red Sox traveled to Canada to play a four game series with the blue jays and right now the Canadian government is not letting unvaccinated athletes into their country to compete in games and sports center five first told you and the new C. B. A. Which Major League Baseball and the players association agreed to and signed. It says that unvaccinated players that cannot compete in games in Toronto will not be

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Money didn’t keep QB from transferring to Arizona State football

After reports surfaced Thursday that quarterback Jayden Daniels intended to transfer from Arizona State University, the conversation quickly moved to Spencer Rattler and how the Sun Devils could have landed the transfer from Oklahoma, but didn’t pursue him when the school received word in December that Daniels was going to return to ASU.

ESPN host and SportsCenter anchor Matt Barrie, a former ASU student, tweeted out this tidbit about Rattler, a local product out of Phoenix Pinnacle High, potentially landing in Tempe.

“Rattler and his camp were asking for too much,” Barrie tweeted. “ASU passed. Find me where I gave misinformation. I believe I said: Spencer Rattler will not attend ASU? Was I wrong?”

More: Jayden Daniels transfer options: Pac-12 schools among landing spots for ASU football QB

Rattler’s father, Michael Rattler, took issue with Barrie’s tweet, responding: “Matt you have been lying about this situation the whole

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Hue Jackson Clarifies Tweet Suggesting Browns’ Jimmy Haslam Offered Money for Losses | Bleacher Report

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Grambling State University head football coach (and ex-NFL head coach) Hue Jackson spoke with ESPN’s Elle Duncan on SportsCenter Wednesday to discuss his claims that he was incentivized to lose games when he oversaw the Cleveland Browns from 2016-2018.

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Former Cleveland head coach Hue Jackson says he was given “no chance to win” with the Browns: <a href=”https://t.co/hT8UGcH6Ch”>pic.twitter.com/hT8UGcH6Ch</a>

On Tuesday, Jackson replied to a tweet and seemed to imply that he was paid extra to lose football games in Cleveland, which has been owned by Jimmy Haslam since 2012.

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Trust me it was a good number!

The Browns came out and flatly denied the allegations:

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The <a href=”https://twitter.com/hashtag/Browns?src=hash&amp;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw”>#Browns</a> have responded:<br><br>“The recent comments by Hue Jackson and his representatives relating to his tenure as our head coach are completely fabricated. Any accusation that any member of our

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‘Whatever the money dictates.’ ESPN’s Bilas explains how SEC-ACC merger could work.

As ESPN analyst Jay Bilas sees it, Texas and Oklahoma moving from the Big 12 to the Southeastern Conference — if it happens — would be a mere prelude to the even more seismic change he proposed this week: the SEC merging with the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Bilas said he first voiced this idea about a decade ago when conference realignment included Texas A&M and Missouri joining the SEC. He again voiced this idea on ESPN’s “SportsCenter” this week.

Bilas sees the ACC as a natural partner for the SEC.

“It has a great geographic fit with all the different markets,” he said Tuesday. “And there are amazing rivalries in that.”

He noted Kentucky-Louisville, Georgia-Georgia Tech, South Carolina-Clemson, Florida-Florida State and Florida-Miami.

Plus, of course, such a scenario would have Kentucky playing Duke and North Carolina in conference games.

“With the way college sports is going, consolidating power is

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