Dr. Dre poses with ‘Divorced AF’ balloons as divorce is reportedly finalized
Rap mogul Dr. Dre appears to have finalized his divorce from his now-former wife of 25 years, according to a […] The post Dr. Dre poses with ‘Divorced AF’ balloons as divorce is reportedly finalized appeared first on TheGrio.news.yahoo.com
Man City moves closer to title; Chelsea held in top-4 bid
(Adam Davy/Pool via AP)LONDON – Manchester City only needs to win five of its remaining eight games to secure the Premier League trophy. West Ham can move level on points with Chelsea on Sunday with a victory at Man United and still have a game in hand. "We want to still fight for the position in Europe.”TUCHEL UNBEATENChelsea extended its unbeaten start under Thomas Tuchel to 10 Premier League games with the draw at Leeds. ZAHA STANCEWilfried Zaha became the first Premier League player not to take a knee before his Crystal Palace team beat West Bromwich Albion 1-0. Zaha had already indicated that he thought taking a knee has lost meaning after being brought in by the Premier League in June as an anti-racism message when football resumed.
Carson Palmer, Bob Stoops lead college Hall of Fame class
FILE - USC quarterback Carson Palmer, right, smiles at the Heisman Trophy after being named the 2002 Heisman Trophy winner at The Yale Club in New York, in this Dec. 14, 2002, file photo. Heisman Trophy winner Carson Palmer and former Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops are among the 13 former players and coaches who make up the latest College Football Hall of Fame class. The National Football Foundation announced the newly elected hall of famers Monday, Jan. 11, 2021. (AP Photo/Suzanne Plunkett, File)Heisman Trophy winner Carson Palmer and former Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops are among the 13 former players and coaches who make up the latest College Football Hall of Fame class. He is the sixth Oklahoma coach to be inducted into the Atlanta-based Hall of Fame, including Bud Wilkinson and Barry Switzer.
She scores! Fuller kicks 2 extra points for Vandy, Vols win
Vanderbilt's Sarah Fuller (32) kicks an extra point as Harrison Smith holds during the second half of an NCAA college football game against Tennessee, Saturday, Dec. 12, 2020, in Nashville, Tenn. (AP Photo/Wade Payne)NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Sarah Fuller has a football keepsake from her history-making moment. The ball from her second extra point likely is headed to the College Football Hall of Fame. “This whole time has been if I can do it, if I’m good enough to do it,” Fuller said. Fuller, listed second out of three available kickers on the depth chart, came out for the extra point that tied the game at 7 with 1:50 left in the first quarter. Vanderbilt: The Commodores' best chance in their final home game this season was for the offense to stay on the field.
Here’s what you may have missed over the long Thanksgiving weekend
For all their deprivations and frustrations, these locked-down days and nights have given some people the time and opportunity to fulfill their dreams and desires. Months ago, when all this began, a 57-year-old man named Andre was laid off from the job at a downtown hotel. He decided to tackle something that had been troubling him since he was a small child. “I wanted to learn to read,” he said. “I want to be able to read a book before I die.” Read the full story.chicagotribune.com
Camp injuries, virus protocols had some NFL teams scrambling
I think theres a lot of teams in the league right now that are dealing with all kinds of injuries.He's right. Teams all over the league were sent scrambling during camp. Certainly not during training camp when players are going hard to make the roster as the start of the regular season rolls closer. It's the soft tissue injuries and those things that you are trying to prevent with the ramp-up period," Bitonio said. That will certainly be something to monitor as the regular season begins and teams deal with injuries and potential replacements.
Parsons, Sewell among AP preseason All-Americans not playing
Parsons and Oregon tackle Penei Sewell are among 11 players selected who are not slated to play this fall. (AP Photo/Barry Reeger, File)Penn State linebacker Micah Parsons and Oregon tackle Penei Sewell are among 11 players selected to The Associated Press preseason All-America first team who are not slated to play this fall. Tackles x-Penei Sewell, junior, Oregon; Alex Leatherwood, senior, Alabama. Linebackers y-Micah Parsons, junior, Penn State; x-Hamilcar Rashed Jr., senior, Oregon State; Dylan Moses, senior, Alabama. Safeties x-Jevon Holland, junior, Oregon; Trevon Moehrig, junior, TCU.
The Emmys Mistook Composer Leonard Slatkin for the Late Andr Previn in the In Memoriam
The 2019 Emmys honored stars like Valerie Harper, Luke Perry, Carol Channing and more in its "In Memoriam" segment on Sunday night -- but its tribute to the late Andre Previn is making headlines. While Previn's name was displayed across the screen, a photo of another composer, the very much alive Leonard Slatkin, appeared alongside. "I saw that @theemmys posted a photo of me 'In Memoriam' rather than the intended Andre Previn," he tweeted. I saw that @theemmys posted a photo of me "In Memoriam" rather than the intended Andre Previn. pic.twitter.com/MDVX6H0igb Leonard Slatkin (@LeonardSlatkin) September 23, 2019Halsey provided the music for this year's "In Memoriam" segment, as she gave an emotional rendition of the iconic Cyndi Lauper tune "Time After Time."
Former pro basketball player Andre Emmett is found shot and killed
DALLAS (CNN) - Former pro basketball player Andre Emmett, 37, was shot and killed early Monday morning in Dallas. Early Monday morning, Emmett was approached by two men as he sat in his car in front of his home in Dallas, police said. An altercation followed and Emmett was shot as he ran away, they said. "The BIG3 is in a state of shock over the sudden and tragic death of Andre Emmett. Andre was a member of the BIG3 family for two seasons and never without a smile on his face.
Houston Texans fans line up overnight for training camp
Texans fans are already lined up for a chance to watch the team at open practice. pic.twitter.com/U4JsM20Xcd Jeff Ehling (@JeffEhlingABC13) August 1, 2019Love for Andre lives on! pic.twitter.com/dpGStBaCRq Jeff Ehling (@JeffEhlingABC13) August 1, 2019JJ in training pic.twitter.com/z2rqAhllfH Jeff Ehling (@JeffEhlingABC13) August 1, 2019Thursday, Aug. 1Saturday, Aug. 3Saturday, Aug. 10Wednesday, Aug. 14Thursday, Aug. 15EMBED >More News Videos Here's the Houston Texans 2019 scheduleEMBED >More News Videos Houston Texans reveal 2019 preseason opponents | Watch these matchups only on ABC13HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Fans are lining up to see J.J. Watt, DeAndre Hopkins and company before the 2019 season starts.Some fans have been sitting in their cars since 11 p.m. on Wednesday. The gates won't open until 5 a.m. and the practice begins at 9:10 a.m.Fans say they got there early because it's open seating. They want to try to get to the area where players will sign autographs.Want to join in on the fun?Six training camp practices are open to the public:All practices begin at around 9:10 a.m. at the Houston Methodist Training Center right across from NRG Stadium.Gates will open one hour before practice, with lines forming on Murworth Drive.abc13.com