College Football’s Way-Too-Early Top 25 for 2023

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Athlon Sports

By Steven Lassan A detailed look at a Way-Too-Early Top 25 college football team rankings for 2023 from the editors of the most accurate NCAAF preseason CFB ranking magazine. The 2023 college football season doesn’t officially start until August, but it’s never too early to look ahead and project the Top 25 rankings for next year. Georgia takes the top spot in the Way-Too-Tarly Top 25 for ’23 by Athlon Sports, but coach Kirby Smart’s team will be pushed by Michigan, Ohio State, USC and Alabama. Also, an intriguing second tier of contenders appears to be in place next season. Florida State is o… Read More “College Football’s Way-Too-Early Top 25 for 2023”

Look: Chiefs, Raiders Held Moment Of Support For Damar Hamlin

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The Spun

By Daniel Bates After Damar Hamlin’s scary incident on Monday night that led to him being revived on the field and spending time in the ICU, the entire NFL family rejoiced in the positive news thats come out in recent days. Prior to kickoff of the Chiefs-Raiders Saturday, both teams observed a moment of support as he continues to fight his way back to health. Fans reacted to the touching tribute on Twitter. “I’m still praying!” a user said. “#LoveForDamar.” “All this is nice but I hope the NFL does right by Hamlin in the event he can’t ever play again. Thats the support I really wanna see,” an… Read More “Look: Chiefs, Raiders Held Moment Of Support For Damar Hamlin”

NFL Reacts To Damar Hamlin’s Message For Fans

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The Spun

By Daniel Bates For the first time since Monday night’s terrifying cardiac arrest, Bills safety Damar Hamlin was able to communicate with fans; posting a four-pack of photos to Instagram with the caption: When you put real love out into the World it comes back to you 3x’s as much. The Love has been overwhelming, but I’m thankful for every single person that prayed for me and reached out. We brung the World back together behind this. If you know me you know this only gone make me stronger. On a long road keep praying for me! The NFL World reacted to Hamlin’s message across social media. “The bi… Read More “NFL Reacts To Damar Hamlin’s Message For Fans”

Sources: Jalen Hurts to return for Eagles’ Week 18 game against the Giants

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The Philadelphia Inquirer

PHILADELPHIA — Jalen Hurts will return from a two-game absence and start at quarterback for the Eagles against the New York Giants on Sunday, NFL sources said. Hurts was listed as questionable on Friday’s injury report. He was a limited participant at practice all week as he continued to work back from the right shoulder sprain he suffered on Dec. 18 against the Bears. Eagles coach Nick Sirianni said earlier Friday that Hurts was trending in the direction of playing, but that he still had obstacles to clear. He is now through those protocols. Asked if there was a risk of reinjuring his shoulde… Read More “Sources: Jalen Hurts to return for Eagles’ Week 18 game against the Giants”

Prince Harry’s friends come out fighting for Duke after fury over Taliban kill book claim

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Express.co.uk

By Katie Harris Prince Harry’s friends have rushed to defend him after controversy erupted over the Duke disclosing he killed 25 Taliban fighters in Afghanistan in his tell-all memoir. The 38-year-old discusses his two tours of duty on the frontline in his autobiography Spare, which has seen a flurry of revelations emerge after copies went on sale in Spain ahead of next Tuesday’s release date. Harry’s claim to have killed 25 people has sparked criticism from senior military figures in the UK and even prompted the Taliban to taunt him as a “big mouth loser”. But a number of the Duke’s friends h… Read More “Prince Harry’s friends come out fighting for Duke after fury over Taliban kill book claim”

From tracking moods to putting on a show, it’s AI-everything at CES

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Relaxnews

By Robyn BECK / AFP Entrepreneur Antony Perzo introduces a small device called Emobot, which looks like a cross between a speaker and a piece of abstract art, and explains: “It’s an emotional thermometer!” Entrepreneur Antony Perzo introduces a small device called Emobot, which looks like a cross between a speaker and a piece of abstract art, and explains: “It’s an emotional thermometer!” Like hundreds of other exhibitors at CES, the World’s biggest tech expo, French engineer Perzo is selling the merits of an object that depends on the latest breakthroughs in artificial intelligence. AI is the… Read More “From tracking moods to putting on a show, it’s AI-everything at CES”

2023 NFL mock draft: First-round projections

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The San Diego Union-Tribune

A scary injury to Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin has forced the NFL to essentially press pause on the regular season, and rightfully so. Here’s hoping we hear Hamlin has a clear path to a full recovery soon. Reigning national champion Georgia will defend its title against upstart TCU next Monday and bring another college football season to a close. The final order of the 2023 NFL draft is starting to take shape and after Alabama’s Bryce Young and Ohio State’s CJ Stroud added to their impressive stockpile of game tape with memorable performances in the Sugar and Peach Bowls respectively, the… Read More “2023 NFL mock draft: First-round projections”

Ant Group founder Jack Ma to give up control in key revamp

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Reuters UK

By Yingzhi Yang, Brenda Goh and Kane Wu SHANGHAI/HONG KONG (Reuters) -Ant Group’s founder Jack Ma will give up control of the Chinese fintech giant in an overhaul that seeks to draw a line under a regulatory crackdown that was triggered soon after its mammoth stock market debut was scuppered two years ago. Ant’s $37 billion IPO, which would have been the World’s largest, was cancelled at the last minute in November 2020, leading to a forced restructuring of the financial technology firm and speculation the Chinese billionaire would have to cede control. While some analysts have said a relinqui… Read More “Ant Group founder Jack Ma to give up control in key revamp”

Fintech overhaul: Jack Ma to relinquish control of Chinese giant Ant

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City AM

By Ilaria Grasso Macola Ant Group’s founder Jack Ma will give up control of the Chinese fintech giant in an overhaul that seeks to draw a line under a regulatory crackdown that was triggered soon after its mammoth stock market debut was scuppered two years ago. Ant’s $37bn IPO, which would have been the World’s largest, was cancelled at the last minute in November 2020, leading to a forced restructuring of the financial technology firm and speculation the Chinese billionaire would have to cede control. While some analysts have said a relinquishing of control could clear the way for the company… Read More “Fintech overhaul: Jack Ma to relinquish control of Chinese giant Ant”

How do the 2022 Bears compare with the worst teams in franchise history? A look at some of the ‘darkest and dreariest’ years.

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Chicago Tribune

CHICAGO — The Chicago Bears had just lost by 31 points to a division rival, one of what would become 13 losses in the season. In the Chicago Tribune the next day, the Bears coach was quoted as calling it “one of the darkest and dreariest days in Bear history.” A little more than 53 years later, the Bears again lost to a division rival by 31 points, the 13th loss of the season. The current coach wasn’t as dramatic as the former, but he was quoted in the Tribune as saying, “It doesn’t sit well.” The first coach was Jim Dooley, whose 1969 Bears went 1-13. One of those losses was a 31-0 beating by… Read More “How do the 2022 Bears compare with the worst teams in franchise history? A look at some of the ‘darkest and dreariest’ years.”