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The Canadian Press Published Tuesday, Jul. 10 2012, 2:17 PM EDT Last updated Tuesday, Jul. 10 2012, 2:17 PM EDT Larry Taylor, who amassed a club-record 441 all-purpose yards in the Calgary Stampeders' 39-36 road loss to the Toronto Argonauts, was
Up six points with under a minute to play, Connecticut found itself in need of a goal line stand. A touchdown and extra point would give Rhode Island its first Governors' Cup win in a decade. Rhode Island quarterback Ryan Brannigan backpedaled and
Valkyries 56, Fearless 0 The Saskatoon Valkyries rode their two Julies to a huge early lead that never got any smaller as they defeated the visiting Manitoba Fearless 56-0 at Griffiths Stadium Sunday in their first playoff game of the 2012 season.
The starting right tackle job with the Calgary Stampeders is his to lose and Stanley Bryant wouldn't have it any other way. After establishing himself as the go-to guy in the trenches for all 17 regular-season games and the West Division semifinal
Seth Walder/New York Daily News Recently ousted Canarsie coach Mike Camardese is wearing his feelings about his old school on his sleeve. At the Empire Challenge high school football game at Hofstra University on Tuesday, Camardese sported a brand
Special to the Ledger-Enquirer During the Columbus Lions' three-game losing streak -- the first in franchise history -- the team had 13 turnovers and went from plus-9 to minus-1 in turnover differential. Lions coach Jason Gibson made taking care of
While speaking with a large group of media members last week at Cowboys Stadium, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones hinted that it was more than just injuries that held Dez Bryant back during his second NFL season. Jones was responding to Bryant's comments
Kris Bryant's arrival at USD last season coincided with the change to the bats, but anyone who moved in on Bryant was making a big mistake. I've always had power growing up, said the 6-foot-5 Bryant, a sophomore third baseman from Las Vegas...I
Congratulations high school grads! In the Fall, many of you will go off to college, with all its adult freedom and delights. Julia Steiny But do you have the grit, the resiliency to complete a degree? Beware. You have lower odds than you think.
Emma Stock, Anna Stock, Sophia Stock, Amelia Skoumal and Elyse Skoumal each finished in the top ten of their respective age groups, before meeting Armstrong, who signed their medals and took a photo with them, at the event in Haines City. Emma, 12,