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NFL cuts OT to 10 minutes and opens up end zone celebrations

NFL cuts OT to 10 minutes and opens up end zone celebrations

In a letter to fans under the headline, "Touchdown celebrations: snow angels, group demonstrations and more are back!" In 2012, researchers at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management conducted an experiment testing whether racial bias played a role in unsportsmanlike-conduct penalties following touchdowns.



Mariners have four-game winning streak snapped

Predictably, the Jays inability to generate offence without so many of its prominent bats was exposed in another frustrating outing, as they managed just three hits off Indians starter Carlos Carrasco , who was spectacular. "He kind of settled in like he always does", Gibbons said. "Maybe it was a hemorrhoid or something". Ryan Weber had an abbreviated start in his season debut for Seattle (17-20), throwing only 55 pitches before leaving the game in the middle of an at-bat in the fourth ...



Stan Kroenke releases statement on Arsenal

Kroenke has a 67% stake in Arsenal . Reports have suggested 63-year-old Usmanov - who is worth an eye-watering £11.2bn from mining and investments - is prepared to increase his offer and value the club at £2bn. Arsenal has endured an eventful 2016-17 season in which it slipped out of the top four for the first time since the arrival of Arsene Wenger in 1996, missing out on the Champions League as a effect.


Mourinho reacts to winning Europa League final

Mourinho reacts to winning Europa League final

Ajax ended with the Reds' victory 2:0. "It was all or nothing and as we won its fair to say its been a good season, three trophies, we're in the Champions League next season so we're very happy". "High pressing was hard because Man United only played long balls and didn't take any risks in the build-up". "I think I am going to have one of these jobs in a few years".


Memorial Day travel volume expected highest since 2005

Memorial Day travel volume expected highest since 2005

Travel by cruise, train and bus will also increase with 1.75 million travelers representing the biggest number since 2009. Almost a million New Jersey residents are expected to travel during the Memorial Day weekend and with that comes expected delays, officials said.