Before we knew Mike Leach was a first-ballot hall of fame interview, before the sideline dissertations about marriage or candy or anything in the world, really, there was Mike Leach, the football genius.

Leach, who died Monday night at 61, likely would scoff at that notion, that anyone needed to be a genius to do something like coach football. But all the off-field quirkiness aside, his introduction to major college football at Oklahoma, followed by

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Veteran college football coach Mike Leach, 61, died Monday night following complications from a heart condition. Leach, who led Mississippi State since 2020, was transported to the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson on Sunday to receive treatment for a medical incident suffered in his home.

Leach was last seen in public Saturday night at a local holiday party.

The Leach family released a statement on his passing Tuesday morning through the school: “Mike

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We welcome back today as a temporary advertiser Steve’s Outdoor Sports. The store is promoting its Smith & Wesson Days sale from April 14-24. It is sponsoring a range day from noon to 6 p.m. on April 14 at the Magnolia Shooting Range. People who click on the ad will be redirected to the Steve’s Outdoor Sports website. We appreciate the opportunity to help Steve’s promote its special sale.

Many aspects of Southern Arkansas

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DURHAM, N.C. — This is what can happen when you try to plan a retirement ceremony with 9,000 of your closest friends, with the tricky caveat of including a basketball game. 

This was to be Mike Krzyzewski’s night. Duke staged one of the grandest send-offs college sports had ever seen. It was nostalgic. It was elaborate. It was quintessentially Duke. Which means a lot of people loved it and a lot of people hated it.

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DURHAM, N.C. — Mike Krzyzewski returned to the bench in his penultimate game at Cameron Indoor while No. 5 Duke took sole possession of first place in the ACC with a commanding 88-70 win over Florida State. 

Coach K missed the second half of Tuesday’s 76-74 win over Wake Forest after nearly passing out on the way to the locker room at halftime where he received IVs and was unable to return. He was back

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Former Major League pitcher Mike Montgomery made waves in the Korean Baseball Organization on Friday, as he was ejected from a game before flying into a rage that saw him throw a rosin bag and hit an umpire. Montgomery, a member of the 2016 Chicago Cubs’ World Series-winning team, currently plays for the KBO’s Samsung Lions.

Montgomery was ejected from Friday’s game after a warning about the KBO’s 12-second

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Mike Trout is recovering slower than expected with a calf injury, but the Angels maintain they are expecting him to return in 2021. 

ESPN reported on Wednesday that Angels general manager Perry Minasian said there are no plans to shut Trout down this year despite his slow recovery and the end of the 2021 campaign coming up. 

“My policy with any player is we go day-to-day and communicate,” Minasian said, according to the report. “From

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The Los Angeles Angels will be without star outfielder Mike Trout for up to two months after the three-time AL MVP suffered a right calf strain while running the bases against Cleveland on Monday night. On Tuesday, the club announced that Trout had been placed on the 10-day injured list and that his estimated timeline for returning to game action is 6-8 weeks. 

Trout, perhaps sensing that he was seriously hurt, was visibly frustrated at

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Day after day this week, Sonic the Hedgehog voice actors have been announcing they’re moving on from the series.

One fan favourite, Mike Pollock – who does the voice of Sonic’s antagonist Dr. Eggman – has taken to Twitter to confirm he won’t be going anywhere. In other words, he’s staying on with Sega to continue voicing the character in upcoming Sonic games.

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Milbury came under fire in August over a comment he made about women during a playoff game between the Capitals and Rangers on NBC Sports Network. Milbury and studio co-host Brian Boucher were discussing the advantages created by the NHL’s coronavirus bubble.

“If you think about it, it’s a terrific environment with regard to — if you enjoy playing and enjoy being with your teammates for long periods of time, it’s a perfect place,” Boucher

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