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Former NFL linebacker and current CBS Sports Network college football analyst, Brian Jones and radio personality, Gregg Giannotti take on the morning and the latest sports news with their effervescent style. Recognized for their entertaining dynamic, sports fans will enjoy their energetic show as they explore the morning’s sports news, interview influencers and engage with their listeners.

 

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Women’s World Cup: Referees coming under heavy criticism in France

In a crowded penalty box with the score 0-0 in the first half, Svenja Huth is standing a few yards from her opponent’s goalkeeper as Germany prepares to take a corner. Nigeria’s goalkeeper Chiamaka Nnadozie gives the forward a little push, but the German still remains in the teenager’s eyeline as the ball comes flying…

Vatican cancels football match with Vienna over anti-abortion protests

The Vatican canceled a friendly football match between its new women’s team and a club in Vienna, after a number of Austrian players protested against the Catholic Church’s stance on abortion. The match, which was scheduled to take place Saturday at the Mariahilf football club in the Austrian capital, was called off after several Austrians…

Red Sox player David Ortiz is out of intensive care, his wife says

Former Red Sox player David Ortiz is out of intensive care two weeks after a gunman shot him in his native Dominican Republic, his wife says. Ortiz remains at the Massachusetts General Hospital, and is in good condition, Tiffany Ortiz said in a statement issued via the Red Sox. A gunman shot Ortiz in the…

Martin Fuchs clinches double victory in Cascais

Martin Fuchs kept cool under pressure as he clinched the Cascais leg of the Longines Global Champions Tour (LGCT) for the world’s top show jumpers. The Swiss rider and his horse, Chaplin, won an 11-rider jump-off in a clear round of 37.64 seconds in the vast, grassy arena of the Hip√≥dromo Manuel Possolo in Cascais,…

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