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OSU ready to bounce back

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COLUMBUS — The upset of Ohio State by two-touchdown underdog Oregon last weekend led to some serious introspection at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center. Third-year coach Ryan Day, who was dealt his first regular-season loss, said every detail is being evaluated. On the hot seat immediately is ...

Leetonia falls to United, 33-0

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LEETONIA — The Leetonia football program was celebrating the opening of their new turf field Friday night, but the United Eagles crashed the party. The Eagles were able to win a battle between two programs that pride themselves on smash-mouth football with a 33-0 victory over the ...

Kluber returns, helps beat Indians 8-0

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NEW YORK — Corey Kluber won for the first time in nearly four months, pitching six shutout innings in his first outing against the team that helped him blossom into a star, and the New York Yankees routed Cleveland 8-0 Friday night in the start of the Indians’ final series in the ...

Crowe’s solid outing helps Pirates in win

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MIAMI — Wil Crowe won for the first time since July 30 and the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Miami Marlins 2-1 on Friday night. He allowed one run in five innings, giving up three hits. Crowe (4-7) struck out five and walked one. The right-hander’s outing also ended a string of five ...

Browns’ Walker heads to IR with hamstring injury

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BEREA — The Browns will be down a key defensive player for Sunday’s home opener and maybe an offensive starter as well. Starting linebacker Anthony Walker Jr. was placed on injured reserve Friday and will miss at least three games with a hamstring injury, a loss that will have a ripple ...

Raiders’ Jacobs out for Steelers game

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Las Vegas Raiders running back Josh Jacobs will miss this week’s game at Pittsburgh with injuries to his toe and ankle. Jacobs didn’t practice all week for the Raiders after rushing for 34 yards and two touchdowns in a season-opening 33-27 win in overtime against Baltimore on Monday ...