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Projected top four after Week 5

Projected top four after Week 5

And that's why Clemson vaults to No. 1 following its convincing victory over Virginia Tech. Dabo Swinney's team is the first team ever to have three AP top 15 wins before October 1, and its second victory by double digits on the road. Auburn and Florida look solid. Mississippi State and LSU both dropped out of the rankings with disappointing losses on Saturday. Like, at all? LSU can't beat Troy at home.


New Orleans Saints Reveal If They'll Stand Or Kneel For The Anthem

New Orleans Saints Reveal If They'll Stand Or Kneel For The Anthem

The Dolphins have trailed by a combined score of 20-3 at halftime in its two games. "My tourism part is over". New Orleans' drive failed when Will Lutz missed wide right on a 41-yard field goal. However, there is renewed hope for the Saints after their 34-13 road win over the Carolina Panthers last week. In the National Football League, the Jacksonville Jaguars are a road favorite for the first time in six seasons when they travel to take on the New York Jets , while the Tampa Bay ...


Vettel Moves on From Singapore Crash

Vettel Moves on From Singapore Crash

Although Japan was an established destination in the world of F1, the introduction of the malaysian Grand Prix in 1999 heralded a new dawn in the sport. Race director Charlie Whiting revealed he and his team faced a long day to get the circuit into a safe state ahead of free practice three this afternoon.


Watford boss Marco Silva hails 'character' for West Brom draw

Watford boss Marco Silva hails 'character' for West Brom draw

But Hornets scored when Deeney headed on for Richarlison again and he supplied Doucoure who took the ball on 10 yards and whipped a low left foot shot past Dawson and Evans and into the bottom corner. "We haven't lost in the league at home, but that's our third draw in as many (league) games". Richarlison's late leveller means West Brom are still yet to win at home since the opening weekend of the Premier League season.


South Africa lead approaches 400 in 1st test vs. Bangladesh

South Africa lead approaches 400 in 1st test vs. Bangladesh

Bangladesh were 49 for three at tea after being set to make 424 to win. Du Plessis was part of a fourth-wicket partnership of 142 runs with Bavuma, which came at a run-rate of almost five. Mominul scored 77 runs off 150 balls, featuring 13 fours, during the vital innings where he tackled South Africa's pacers Morne Morkel and Kagiso Rabada along with left-arm spinner Keshav Maharaj pretty well.