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Simone Biles Calls Out ESPN For Not Featuring Any Women In Their “Greatest Of All Time” Picks

From Seventeen

Haven’t the world learned by now that women cannot and should not be ignored? Apparently not, but Simone Biles is here to remind everyone. The gymnast called out ESPN on Tuesday for completely disregarding women on Twitter.

In a now-deleted tweet, ESPN’s SportsCenter shared an image by artist @dayxsleep, which highlighted some of the “Greatest of All Time” or GOATs in various sports. The image features big names like Muhammad Ali, Tom Brady, and Michael Jordan, but there is not a woman in sight.

“There are so many women I can think of that belong in this photo yet there are none,” Simone said in response to the image and she immediately gained support from others on Twitter. “Thank you @Simone_Biles for once again speaking out for women’s sports, and as an extension, for women and girls all around the world. In this day and age, shame on

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2021 college basketball picks, Feb. 6 predictions from proven model

The No. 23 Kansas Jayhawks will visit the No. 17 West Virginia Mountaineers on Saturday at WVU Coliseum. Tipoff is scheduled for 2 p.m. ET on CBS. West Virginia is 12-5 overall and 5-2 at home while Kansas is 12-6 overall and 2-4 on the road. The Jayhawks have won nine of the last 10 head-to-head meetings and covered in seven of those 10 matchups.



a person on a court: Mar 20, 2019; Salt Lake City, UT, USA; General overall view of a basketball approaching the rim and net before the first round of the 2019 NCAA Tournament at Vivint Smart Home Arena.


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Mar 20, 2019; Salt Lake City, UT, USA; General overall view of a basketball approaching the rim and net before the first round of the 2019 NCAA Tournament at Vivint Smart Home Arena.


However, the Jayhawks have covered just twice now in their last seven games entering Saturday. The Mountaineers are two-point favorites, with the over-under for total points listed at 141.5 in the latest West Virginia vs. Kansas odds from William Hill Sportsbook. Before entering any Kansas vs. West

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NFL DFS for 2021 Super Bowl: Best DraftKings, FanDuel daily Fantasy football picks for Buccaneers vs. Chiefs

There could be more daily Fantasy football players participating in tournaments, 50-50s and cash games on sites like DraftKings and FanDuel for Sunday’s Super Bowl than in any other week in the season. Plenty of money is on the line, as DraftKings is running a $5.5 million Super Bowl LV Millionaire that nets $1 million to the winner, while FanDuel is putting on a $3.55 million NFL Big Game Bowl with the same million-dollar first prize. So how do you differentiate your NFL DFS picks from the rest?

Mixing stars like Tom Brady with role players like Cameron Brate is critical in single-game slates like Super Bowl 55. Analyzing available players from every angle is critical, but who has the time to formulate a winning Super Bowl DFS strategy? It pays to get advice from the experts. Before making any NFL DFS picks and NFL DFS stacks for the 2021

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College basketball picks, schedule: Predictions, odds for Kentucky vs. Tennessee and other key games

Saturday looks like it could be a big day for college basketball. And if it goes anything like this last few days have gone, we could see a wild day on the hardwood.

We’ve already seen 10 ranked teams — including five in the top-10 and eight in the top-16 — take losses this week in the sport. So with 17 ranked teams in action Saturday, there’s bound to be some high-profile teams stumble in similar fashion.

On tap for the day include ranked matchups in the SEC, Big 12 and Big Ten with real conference title implications at stake as the regular season slowly grinds to a halt.

Our staff has convened once again to lay out our picks for the day ahead, so keep scrolling to get against the spread and straight up advice to fade or follow as you wish.

Jonathan Coachman is joined by Mike McClure

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