College football scores, schedule, NCAA top 25 rankings, games today: Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Tennessee in action

The college football schedule in Week 7 may look light compared to last week’s monster slate of games involving highly-ranked teams. But if there’s one thing we’ve learned in the 2021 season, it’s to expect the unexpected, and there are plenty of opportunities for intrigue and mayhem with involving the 16 ranked teams in action on Saturday.

In the noon ET window, No. 3 Cincinnati handled a banged-up UCF squad with ease while  No. 10 Michigan State barely came away with a win at Indiana, while No. 12 Oklahoma State stayed unbeaten against Texas. In total, seven ranked teams will

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Sheikh Hamdan enjoys mountain biking in Mushrif National Park

Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed, Crown Prince of Dubai, went cycling in Mushrif National Park on Saturday.

He was pictured with a small group of cyclists and shared photos on social media.

“I enjoyed mountain biking in Mushrif National Park, the first mountain bike trail in the heart of Dubai with a length of 50 kilometres,” Sheikh Hamdan tweeted.

Earlier in the day, he was at the Expo 2020 Dubai site to tour the Rwanda and Ivory Coast pavilions.

Sheikh Hamdan is a cycling enthusiast and is often seen on bike rides.

In September, he took a tour of the Expo

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Irish man found dead in swimming pool in Spain

The Department of Foreign Affairs has said it is providing consular assistance following the death of a young Irish man in Spain.

Local reports say a 24-year-old man, who was found dead in a swimming pool at a property near Marbella in Andalucia, was one of a group of Irish holidaymakers.

Authorities in Andalucia say emergency services responded to a distress call at 10.25am yesterday morning and found a young man who showed signs of drowning in the pool of a house located on the Camino del Ángel, in the Nueva Andalucía area.

His companions had already pulled him out

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2021-22 NBA fantasy basketball: Top 250 player rankings with notes

Nikola Jokic, the top fantasy player from 2020-21, looks to repeat his performance this season.

I posted my top 150 rankings just over a month ago, but information has changed since then. We’ve learned more about injury situations, potential starting lineups, and players who are opposed to getting the COVID-19 vaccine. Taking all of those factors into consideration, along with some updates based on tinkering and research, I updated that top 150 and added another 100 players just for good measure. Below, you’ll find my top 250 with notes for every single player. Yep, that’s nearly 17,000 words. So, if

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Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em Fantasy Football Week 5: Running Backs – Fades, Sleepers, Matchups, DFS Bargains

UPDATED: October 8, 2021

Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em is the ultimate look at the best and worst matchups based on a PPR scoring system in fantasy football. This column will not cover the elite players in the NFL like Patrick Mahomes, Christian McCaffrey, Davante Adams or Travis Kelce. Instead, I’ll look at the players you have the most questions about to help you set the most effective starting lineup possible. For all of your final fantasy lineup decisions, be sure to check out my weekly player rankings which will be updated daily throughout the 2021 NFL season.

Week 5 Start

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Fight Talk: Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder III – who wins?

We’re just days away from a blockbuster heavyweight clash as Tyson Fury defends his WBC belt against Deontay Wilder – so who will come out on top in the trilogy bout?

Plus, Mike Tyson praises Anthony Joshua after the Briton’s defeat by Oleksandr Usyk and Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez refuses to rule out a fight with YouTuber Jake Paul.

It’s Fight Talk – your weekly fix of boxing news.

Is Fury just too good for Wilder?

The first fight was a thrilling draw.

The second was a Fury masterclass.

And on Saturday night in Las Vegas, two of the

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Mesut Ozil wants to help British South Asians succeed as he launches Bradford Football for Peace centre | Football News

Mesut Ozil says he will give British South Asian players a platform to shine after linking up with partners including the Football Association and Bradford City for the launch of the Football for Peace Mesut Ozil Centre.

Speaking exclusively to Sky Sports News last year, former Liverpool striker Emile Heskey spoke about growing up in Leicester and playing football with South Asian kids as a youngster, adding the community has an unquestionable passion for the game.

Yet despite making up around eight per cent of the UK population, less than 0.25 per cent of players across the leagues in England

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Democrat Adam Metzendorf is running in the 6th Congressional District

Adam Metzendorf announced Tuesday his candidacy for Congress, hoping to challenge incumbent Republican Rep. David Schweikert in Arizona’s 6th Congressional District. 

Metzendorf, a 33-year-old Scottsdale resident, is running as a Democrat in a historically conservative and affluent area that includes Scottsdale, Paradise Valley and Fountain Hills.

Metzendorf is making his first move in the political arena after stepping down last week as the director of membership experience for the Phoenix Suns, the Phoenix Mercury and the Arizona Rattlers.

Seeking public office is something he felt compelled to do after the events that have transpired this year in Washington, such the

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Family Biking: Bikes and kids and rain, oh my!

It will be their first rainy season on the bike. Wish us luck.
(Photo: Shannon Johnson/BikePortland)

The rain has begun.

Having the right gear is only part of it… the even bigger hurdle is psychological.

Which means, for all Portland area bike riders, and especially those riding with children, it’s decision time: will we be fair weather riders, safely packing away the bikes in some dusty corner until the sun reliably returns next spring? Or will we choose to bike on the occasional dry day or sunny afternoon throughout the rainy season? Or (you knew this was coming) will we

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Samsung imagines Galaxy Buds with a unique swim-proof design

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  • Samsung is possibly building a pair of Galaxy Buds with a removable neckband.
  • The unique true wireless buds are designed for underwater use.

Samsung is considering a pair of hybrid (if you can call them that) truly wireless Galaxy Buds that can be used for swimming.  Folks over at LetGoDigital have come across a Samsung patent for waterproof Galaxy Buds with a removable neckband.

Samsung’s truly wireless Galaxy Buds are generally comfortable to wear, but you can’t really jump into the pool with them. Why? Because firstly, most Galaxy Buds models are not completely

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