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She Dove 374 Feet Without Taking a BreathThose watching the surface of the water were likely somewhat worried about Alenka Artnik, who was attempting to free dive to a depth no woman had before. But Tito Zappalá wasn't too concerned. Having taken an underwater scooter to depths of 200 feet, the safety diver watched Artnik ascend from...
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Oregon coach Mario Cristobal celebrates an Oregon touchdown during the first half of an NCAA college football game against Oregon State in Corvallis, Ore., Friday, Nov. 27, 2020. (AP Photo/Amanda Loman)
Oregon State upsets No. 9 Oregon 41-38 on Nolan's late runTaking his first college snap after starting quarterback Tristan Gebbia limped off, Chance Nolan scored on a 1-yard, fourth-down run with 33 seconds left to give Oregon State a 41-38 upset victory over No. 9 Oregon on Friday night
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Stanford takes back Axe trophy, beats Cal 24-23 in Big GameAustin Jones ran for a pair of short touchdowns, Davis Mills threw for 205 yards and a TD, and Stanford blocked a would-be tying extra point in the final minute to take back The Axe trophy by beating Bay Area rival California 24-23 in the Big Game
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Hellems scores 17 as NC State races past N. Florida, 86-51Jericole Hellems scored 17 points on 7-for-12 shooting to lead four double-figure scorers and North Carolina State raced away from North Florida 86-51 to win a second straight game
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Sims carries UNC-Wilmington over UNC-Asheville 76-68Jaylen Sims had 24 points as UNC Wilmington defeated UNC Asheville 76-68
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Robinson scores 14 to carry NC A&T over Chicago St. 74-44Jeremy Robinson had 14 points as NC A&T easily defeated Chicago State 74-44
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Woods scores 20 to lead Troy past Western Carolina 66-64Kam Woods had 20 points as Troy defeated Western Carolina 66-64
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FILE - In this Oct. 28, 2015, file photo, Roy Jones Jr. attends a news conference after picking up his Russian passport in Moscow. Jones and Mike Tyson are older, wiser, calmer men than the superstars who dominated their sport. Their fight at Staples Center on Saturday night, Nov. 28, is an eight-round exhibition bout with no official judging and limited violence, although the limit depends on whether you're asking the fighters or the California State Athletic Commission. For Tyson and Jones, this unique pay-per-view boxing match is less of a sporting event and more of a chance for two transcendent athletes to prove age is a number and aging is a choice. (AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev, File)
50-something Mike Tyson, Roy Jones Jr. hungry to fight againMike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr are older, wiser, calmer men than the young athletes who once dominated their sport, and their extraordinary return to the ring will reflect it
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