Month: August 2017

All Virginia athletic programs will wear a special #HoosTogether patch on their uniforms this season as a reminder the university and Charlottesville community stand united following the violent protests that rocked the city earlier this month. In the aftermath of the protests, which left one person dead, the athletic department started the #HoosTogether campaign on
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Sports is better with friends – Follow us on FaceBook for more sports news – [efb_likebox fanpage_url=”sportsempire.org” box_width=”250″ box_height=”300″ locale=”en_US” responsive=”1″ show_faces=”0″ show_stream=”0″ hide_cover=”0″ small_header=”0″ hide_cta=”0″ ] The Maryland State Athletic Commission has upheld the controversial disqualification of super middleweight contender Jose Uzcategui in his vacant interim world title fight against Andre Dirrell on May
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Sports is better with friends – Follow us on FaceBook for more sports news – [efb_likebox fanpage_url=”sportsempire.org” box_width=”250″ box_height=”300″ locale=”en_US” responsive=”1″ show_faces=”0″ show_stream=”0″ hide_cover=”0″ small_header=”0″ hide_cta=”0″ ] One day after Terence Crawford vacated one of his junior welterweight world titles, only 11 days after becoming the undisputed world champion, the fight to fill the vacancy
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Police in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on Thursday discussed the evidence in the alleged domestic violence case against Miami Dolphins receiver Jarvis Landry and expect to decide in the next week whether charges will be filed, a source told ESPN’s Josina Anderson. Authorities reviewed video evidence Thursday, the source said. They discussed the domestic matter with
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Sir Alex Ferguson believes Mourinho’s first class attitude last season allowed Man United to secure UCL football. Jose Mourinho says he is not going to get carried away reveling in Manchester United’s perfect start in the Premier League. Manchester United Supporters Trust (M.U.S.T) has welcomed the club’s decision to cover fans’ visa costs for the
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The Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday were fined $500,000 for violating the NBA’s anti-tampering rule after general manager Rob Pelinka was found to have had contact with Paul George‘s agent after the team had already been warned. The league said Pelinka’s contact with George’s agent “constituted a prohibited expression of interest in the player while
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