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    In 1976, Muhammad Ali wins a unanimous 15-round decision over Ken Norton at Yankee Stadium in New York to retain his world heavyweight title. See more sports moments from this date:

      TAMPA, Fla. — Make the call. Bend the knee. Open the vault. Do whatever it takes, but for goodness’ sake, find a way to get these crazy kids together again. Promise midweek vacations. Tease with more endorsements. Make it clear that he, alone, can rescue the Bucs. Just find a way to get Rob Gronkowski back in Tom Brady’s huddle. You can see it, right? There is nothing wrong with Tampa Bay’s ...

        PITTSBURGH — I am not going to predict Pitt will make the College Football Playoff field and play for the national championship. I am not going to bet against it happening, either. Have you taken a good look at Pitt's remaining schedule? Let's start here: Pitt is ranked No. 24, one of five ACC teams in the latest Associated Press top 25 poll. The others are No. 5 Clemson, No. 10 North Carolina ...

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        TAMPA, Fla. — Make the call. Bend the knee. Open the vault. Do whatever it takes, but for goodness’ sake, find a way to get these crazy kids together again. Promise midweek vacations. Tease with more endorsements. Make it clear that he, alone, can rescue the Bucs. Just find a way to get Rob Gronkowski back in Tom Brady’s huddle. You can see it, right? There is nothing wrong with Tampa Bay’s ...

        PITTSBURGH — I am not going to predict Pitt will make the College Football Playoff field and play for the national championship. I am not going to bet against it happening, either. Have you taken a good look at Pitt's remaining schedule? Let's start here: Pitt is ranked No. 24, one of five ACC teams in the latest Associated Press top 25 poll. The others are No. 5 Clemson, No. 10 North Carolina ...

        EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said what he said even if he didn’t really mean it the way it was it interpreted. The streets were already running rampant with talk of a quarterback controversy in Dallas. All he wanted was the Cowboys to keep winning with backup quarterback Cooper Rush on the field in place of an injured Dak Prescott, a prospect few thought was ...

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