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Ohio State football players, parents asked to sign COVID-19 risk waiver

[ad_1] Ohio State football players and their parents were asked to sign an acknowledgement of risk waiver regarding COVID-19 before returning to campus for voluntary workouts on June 8, athletic director Gene Smith confirmed to ESPN on Sunday.The "Buckeye Pledge," obtained and reported by the Columbus Dispatch, asks players to "help stop the spread of the COVID-19," and accept "I may be exposed to COVID-19 and other infections." By signing
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No positive tests, a compelling tournament and lessons learned

[ad_1] FORT WORTH, Texas -- They arrived at Colonial Country Club unsure of what to expect; just sure they were excited to get back to the game. After a three-month layoff because of the coronavirus pandemic, the PGA Tour's restart at the Charles Schwab Challenge could not have been better, considering the circumstances.Daniel Berger left with the winner's plaid jacket when he beat Collin Morikawa on the first playoff hole
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Saints’ Alvin Kamara attends NASCAR race, shows support for driver Bubba Wallace

[ad_1] New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara became one of NASCAR's newest fans this week after the organization banned Confederate flags from its racetracks.Kamara saw his first race Sunday as an invited guest of NASCAR at the Dixie Vodka 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway after he tweeted his support for the sport and driver Bubba Wallace earlier in the week.i love y'all 🥰 @NASCAR pic.twitter.com/GPGNrcWn00— Alvin Kamara (@A_kamara6) June 10,
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Daniel Berger wins Colonial playoff in PGA Tour’s return

[ad_1] FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — Daniel Berger was playing some of the best golf that no one noticed. Three months away because of the COVID-19 pandemic didn’t slow his momentum, and he made it pay off Sunday with a victory at Colonial. The PGA Tour made a healthy return to golf at the Charles Schwab Challenge with a somewhat sickly finish. Berger saved par from behind the 17th green
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WWE Backlash results, recaps and analysis

[ad_1] WWE Backlash has historically been a night where any lingering tensions and rivalries from WrestleMania are put to bed. While Money in the Bank slid in between WrestleMania 36 and Backlash in 2020, there's still one major score to settle -- the presupposed "Greatest Match Ever" between Edge and Randy Orton.All four top singles champions will be in action as well. Drew McIntyre puts his WWE championship on the
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A safe return for golf as Berger wins Colonial in a playoff

[ad_1] FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — Daniel Berger was playing some of the best golf that no one noticed. Three months away because of the COVID-19 pandemic didn’t slow his momentum, and he made it pay off Sunday with a victory at Colonial. The PGA Tour made a healthy return to golf at the Charles Schwab Challenge with a somewhat sickly finish. Berger saved par from behind the 17th green
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Lakers players say there’s still time to ‘figure things out’ ahead of restart

[ad_1] LOS ANGELES -- After Friday's NBA players' group call revealed just how adamant a faction of the league is against resuming the season in Orlando next month, members of the Los Angeles Lakers insist that ample time remains to get their team on the same page."[There's] no divide," one Lakers player told ESPN."Still have some time to figure things out as a league and as a team," another Lakers
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Real Madrid’s Marcelo takes knee raises fist after goal vs Eibar

[ad_1] Real Madrid left-back Marcelo took a knee and raised his fist after scoring in a 3-1 La Liga victory over Eibar on Sunday.The Brazil international tallied the Spanish giants' third goal of the day -- pouncing on a poor clearance and beating Eibar goalkeeper Marko Dmitrovic with a low, driven shot from the edge of the penalty box. He then immediately dropped to his knees, lowered his head and
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Liverpool set for glory, Man United seek momentum, battle at the bottom

[ad_1] 3:00 PM ETIan DarkeESPN.com writer CloseDarke, who called games for the network during the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, is ESPN lead soccer voice in the United States. He has covered the Barclays Premier League and the Champions League since 1982, and has one of the world's most recognizable soccer voices.Wednesday sees the Premier League resume its strangest season, 97 days after the coronavirus pandemic forced it