Outdoor enthusiasts flocked to Tyler State Park on Sunday to partake in New Year’s Day activities.

Sunday was the official kickoff for the Centennial Celebration of Texas State Parks which turns 100 this year. Different events were held at various state parks across the state to celebrate, and in Tyler, the park hosted a T.R.Y.athalon in which participants could trek, ride or kayak their way into the new year.

About 20 hikers participated in the

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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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Ohio State is building a strong case to be ranked as the best team in the country. After a dominant win against Wisconsin in Week 4, the Buckeyes have now jumped ahead of Alabama for No. 2 in the CBS Sports 131, our comprehensive ranking of every FBS college football team. 

We’ve released just five editions of the CBS Sports 131 this season, and this latest update marks the fourth different combination for the top

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Travis Dye won a Rose Bowl. He won two Pac-12 championships. He played for a third conference crown last year.

But this USC team can top all those Oregon exploits, the running back said.

Dye, a transfer from Oregon, doubled down Saturday night on his claim that this team is “the best team I’ve ever been on.” After the Trojans beat Fresno State 45-17 at the Coliseum, Dye said he’s “never played on a team

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PlayStation’s September State of Play has concluded after 20 minutes of reveals, new updates, and fresh gameplay footage for ten games coming to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PS VR2.

IGN has you covered right here with every announcement from the show, including those from God of War Ragnarok, Tekken 8, and Hogwarts Legacy.

Tekken 8 Officially Revealed

The State of Play got off to a hot start, opening with the reveal trailer for Tekken

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By: D. Scott Fritchen

Elena Baka was 12 years old when she caught the volleyball bug. She had tried other sports. She dazzled the floor in ballet. But there was just something about volleyball that instantly clicked. She loved to play it near her home in Thessaloniki, Greece, on the sandy beaches of the Aegean Sea. The feeling would carry on into indoor gyms, where she played competitively on teams. Yeah, she was hooked.

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When the college football rankings are updated after Week 1 results are final, it’s a chance to blend preseason predictions with first impressions to create a new look at how these teams stack up against one another. While much of the conversation around the top of the sport has focused on Alabama, Georgia and Ohio State for months, few takeaways from Week 1 are more significant than the Bulldogs’ 49-3 statement win

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Just before the Jackson State football team entered Hard Rock Stadium through a tunnel next to the west end zone—to the tune of the program’s iconic theme song “Get Ready” played by The Sonic Boom of the South—Tigers head coach Deion Sanders looked his players in the eyes and set the mood for the 2022 Orange Blossom Classic. 

“Adversity is going to come. Check it at the door,” Sanders said.

Following the disappointing loss in

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In case you missed last week’s ‘TN Triple-S coverage of Florida State athletics, here is the recap: Sunday Seminoles Summary: FSU Baseball, Softball, Track & Field, Golf, and other Noles sports news

Please start out your Sunday by reading Prince’s outstanding Summer Roundup, where he shares ‘Just a few thoughts on Seminole sports. As always read at your own risk.’

Florida State Sports Notebook: Summer Roundup
The last few weeks (and

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