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Iran Pressures Players To Sing National Anthem During World Cup

Earlier this week, Iran’s National Soccer Team remained silent while the Iranian national anthem played at their game against England. The team is currently under scrutiny, as the world watches them maneuver how to represent both their country and their people in the midst of violent domestic crackdowns.

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Buffalo Bills Win Thanksgiving Day Game Against Detroit Lions

Yesterday’s big Thanksgiving day game was nothing if not exciting. The game was an epic showdown between the Buffalo Bills and the Detroit Lions. Though the Lions seemed to have the upper hand throughout the game, by the start of the fourth quarter the tides turned, thanks to an epic play by the Buffalo team’s Josh Allen, who won them the game.

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Ohio St. Apologizes to MSU Hockey Player Over Racial Slurs

Ohio State University athletic director Gene Smith has issued a formal apology to Michigan State University hockey forward Jagger Joshua after he accused a Buckeyes player of hurling a racial slur “multiple times” at him during a game earlier this month. According to Joshua, who is Black and plays for MSU’s Spartans team, the racist incident happened on Nov. 11, when OSU visited East Lansing and lost 4-3. While Joshua did not specify the exact words said to him on the ice, the Buckeyes player allegedly responsible for the abuse has been identified as forward Kamil Sadlocha.

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Saudi Arabia’s victory over Argentina is the greatest upset in World Cup history

The two times world cup winner Argentina, 1978 and 1986, was stuck by a surprise of a different type in Qatar 2022. La Albiceleste wrote history this year in a different way. Argentina 2-1 defeat by Saudi Arabia in their group C match is the greatest upset in world cup history.
La Albiceleste the Argentina football team is led by Lionel Messi, is ranked third in the world, was unbeaten for three years, and among the teams that were predicted to win this year’s tournament. Everyone expected Argentina to win against Saudi Arabia since there is a 48 difference in their world ranking.

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Ronaldo Leaves Manchester United; Fined 50,000 Pounds

One week after Cristiano Ronaldo’s explosive interview with Piers Morgan, Manchester United officially terminated Ronaldo’s contract a year early. In the interview, Ronaldo aired his frustrations with his former employer Manchester United, expressed his lack of respect for Man Unt’s head coach, and caused much speculation from fans about his future on the team.

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Qatar 2022: Saudi Arabia Shocks Argentina 2-1

Qatar 2022 group stages continue with yet more surprises. This Tuesday morning was Argentina’s debut against Saudi Arabia. Even though Argentina’s forward and soccer superstar Lionel Messi scored the first goal of the match, this was not enough to overpower Saudi Arabia’s strong spirit, who finished the game 2-1 with a score by Al-Dawsari.

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Giants Rookie Wan’Dale Robinson Out with Torn ACL

In yet another hit to New York’s roster, Giants wide receiver Wan’Dale Robinson’s promising rookie season has come to an end.
During Sunday’s 31-18 loss against the Detroit Lions at MetLife Stadium, Robinson tore his right knee’s ACL–anterior cruciate ligament–after getting tackled near the home sideline on the first play of the fourth quarter, according to head coach Brian Daboll. The wide receiver fell to the ground and immediately began writhing in pain as he grabbed at the knee. The severity of the injury means that Robinson will have to sit the rest of the regular season out.

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FIFA Restricts Human Rights Protests

The FIFA World Cup kicked off yesterday, signaling the start of this four week long event. Though this is the world’s most watched sporting event, in recent weeks it has received nothing but scrutiny as the games are being hosted in Qatar, a nation that to this day denies basic human rights to its citizens, particularly those who identify as being an LGBTQ+ member. Restricted human rights, as well as the abuse of migrant workers who built the structures for the World Cup, have prompted immense backlash. The country was supposed to fulfill a pledge it made when it won the right to host the World Cup, prior to the tournament, but has yet to do so, and instead has sought ways to repress the voices of those disturbed by the country’s stance on human rights.

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David Kaplan Leaving NBC Sports

Yesterday evening during his show, Unfiltered with David Kaplan, Kaplan announced that he would be departing from the network at the end of the year to spend more time with his family. Kaplan, who has been with NBC since 2008, announced that he would be leaving the company on December 30th. The opportunity to depart from the company presented itself when NBC’s partner company, NBCUniversal (NBCU) offered him a buyout, which Kaplan said was simply too good to pass up on.

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Manchester United Terminates Ronaldo’s Contract

On Thursday night, an interview between Cristiano Ronaldo and Piers Morgan aired on TalkTV. The interview was a chance for Ronaldo to speak about his challenging year, both professionally and personally. The interview included him saying he didn’t respect Manchester United’s head coach Erick ten Hag, felt betrayed by Manchester United, and that the club had handled his daughter’s illness poorly.

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Virginia Cancels Home Finale After Shooting that Killed 3 Football Players

Virginia has canceled its game against Coastal Carolina on Saturday after the shooting deaths of players Lavel Davis Jr., D’Sean Perry, and Devin Chandler, the school announced Wednesday. No decision has been made on the season finale against Virginia Tech on Nov. 26 in Blacksburg. Davis, Perry, Chandler, running back Mike Hollins, and another student were shot Sunday night after returning to campus from a class field trip. Hollins survived but remained hospitalized after being shot in the back. The other student who survived is considered to be in good condition.

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NFL and Skydance Media Form Joint Sports Content Studio

The NFL, its NFL Films division, and “Top Gun: Maverick” studio Skydance Media announced a partnership to create a premier global multi-sports production studio called Skydance Sports. The joint venture is slated to bring together some of the best storytellers in sports production history alongside a variety of scripted and unscripted sports content. According to the NFL announcement Tuesday, NFL Films and Skydance, which is owned by David Ellison, will significantly expand multi-platform programming across sports in a broad range of formats for partners, fans, and viewers around the world.

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