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Unbeaten Monaghan ready to defend title

Many good 32-year-old boxers have had the experience of fighting in Las Vegas. But Sean Monaghan got a late start as a professional, and the light heavyweight from Long Beach, N.Y., finally is getting his chance to show his goods in the fight capital of the world.

Mountain View has big first half, defeats Laughlin

Ian Locke rushed for two first-half touchdowns, and Matthew Larson also had two TD runs to help host Mountain View’s football team storm to a 46-13 win over Laughlin on Saturday.

Pujols sues Jack Clark over steroid comments

Albert Pujols sued Jack Clark on Friday over comments on a local radio show accusing the three-time NL MVP of using steroids.

Saints legit again but not in good spot

In the absence of coach Sean Payton, the New Orleans Saints were stumbling down the stairs in the dark, with last season turning into a lost cause before it even got started.

AP Source: Condi Rice expected on playoff panel

Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is expected to be part of the selection committee that will pick the teams for the College Football Playoff next year, a person with direct knowledge of the process told The Associated Press.

Five years later, Auriemma gets to coach touted recruit

On Friday, Elena Delle Donne and Geno Auriemma were on the court together, in Las Vegas of all places, as USA Basketball held its women’s national team minicamp at Cox Pavilion.

Column: Name changes not always for better

See. I get why J.B. Holmes did it. You walk around life with the name John Holmes and are known for being long off the tee and, well, talk about setup material for late-night comics.

Classic letdown spot awaits No. 4 Buckeyes

When studying preseason magazines in June, I look for scheduling situations that are attractive. The one that stood out most this season was Ohio State’s game at Northwestern.

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