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DENVER (AP) — Marcus Mariota could be Von Miller's elixir.The Broncos star linebacker is off to the slowest start of his nine-year career with just two sacks in Denver's 1-4 start under coach Vic … more
ATLANTA (AP) — One day later, Brian Snitker had shed his uniform but was still wearing the pain of yet another one-and-done postseason exit for the Atlanta Braves."It's going to take me a while to … more
Friday, Oct. 11 FOOTBALL Bradley Central at Maryville, 7:30 Walker Valley at Marion County, 7:30 Sweetwater at Polk County, 7:30 Cleveland at Shelbyville, 8 SOCCER West Florida … more
Well, we’re all as mad as hornets again.And I believe this is the nuttiest one yet.If you watched the Cowboys-Packers game Sunday, you may have seen a shot or two of comedian Ellen DeGeneres … more
ATLANTA (AP) — The St. Louis Cardinals turned the diamond into a giant pinball machine, dinging hits all over SunTrust Park.By the time the Atlanta Braves finally got the third out, it was the most … more
KNOXVILLE (AP) — Tennessee coach Jeremy Pruitt says freshman quarterback Brian Maurer will remain the starter Saturday when the Volunteers host Mississippi State.Pruitt had said Monday that Maurer … more
Playing in a region where three teams are ranked in the Top 10 in this week's AP Class 6A state poll is no easy task, and No. 4 Bradley Central faces it's toughest challenge of the regular season Friday with a visit to second-ranked Maryville. more
The Blue Raiders have had almost a week to cleanse their palates after a tough loss last week against Bradley Central. So far, Cleveland head coach Marty Wheeler likes the way the team has handled it and put it in the rear view mirror.
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