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Blows to head still prevalent in NFL

Almost once a game, an NFL player absorbs an illegal blow to the head or neck that could put his career — or worse — at risk.

Las Vegas boys get overtime win at Foothill

Las Vegas High’s basketball team was due a break around the basket on Tuesday. Reserve forward Will Loche gave them one.

LEFTOVERS: UNLV’s bowl not must-see TV

It’s easy to forget that college football’s bowl season is, first and foremost, programming for ESPN. And the Neal Smatresk Bowl apparently is not TV gold.

Rodeo offer from Las Vegas to get answer within 30 days, official says

The Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, which stages the popular National Finals Rodeo, will let Las Vegas know within 30 days whether it will accept a 10-year deal to stay in the city beyond the 2014 NFR event, PRCA Commissioner Karl Stressman said Tuesday.

Anthem singer gets it just right at NFR

There was a certain amount of pressure on the young woman who sang the national anthem before the fourth performance of the NFR on Sunday night. And this is why Jackie Schmillen spent most of Sunday in her room at the LVH, making animal noises with her throat.

Basics pave way to win for Gators

Green Valley girls basketball coach Eric Johnston devotes large portions of his practices to two simple skills: making layups and sinking free throws. The two came in handy Monday.

Tuf Cooper Tuesday is born

After last year’s National Finals Rodeo, when Tuf Cooper went home to Decatur, Texas, with a second straight gold buckle as the world’s best tie-down roper, some fans got the idea that Cooper needed to up his social media presence.

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