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ESPN

Golf's organizers announced a revamped 2020 schedule: The Open was canceled; the PGA Championship moved to August, the U.S. Open to September and the Masters to November; and the Ryder Cup remains in its original dates. [...]
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Oddsmakers expect Clemson's ACC dominance to continue this season but aren't convinced that coach Dabo Swinney's squad is the best in the nation. [...]
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A look at Kobe's head-to-head track record against the HOF players of his era -- both current and future ones. [...]
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Reuters

The U.S. Open golf championship, which had been set for June 18-21 at Winged Foot in New York, has been rescheduled due to the novel coronavirus outbreak, the U.S. Golf Association announced on Monday. [...]
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Augusta National Golf Club said on Monday that it had identified Nov. 9-15 as a possible date for the rescheduled Masters. [...]
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The 149th Open Championship scheduled for Royal St George's from July 16-19 has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, golf's governing body the R&A announced on Monday. [...]
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ROKiT Williams drivers, George Russell and Nicholas Latifi, and senior management will be taking a 20% pay cut during the coronavirus crisis while many of their employees will be temporarily furloughed, the Formula One team said on Monday. [...]
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Bleacher Report

Assuming this isn't the end (again) for Edge , The Rated-R Superstar has a lot left in the tank based on his victory over Randy Orton at WrestleMania 36 . This was Edge's first singles match since 2011... [...]
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Rob Gronkowski entered the weekend as WWE 's host for WrestleMania 36 . The former New England Patriots tight end left it with the WWE 24/7 Championship... [...]
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Baker Mayfield 's former coach at Oklahoma, Lincoln Riley, told the First Take crew on Monday morning that he believes the Cleveland Browns quarterback will have a bounceback season after a disappointing 2019... [...]
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Boston Celtics star Jayson Tatum and Washington Wizards star Bradley Beal are each donating $250,000 to provide meals in Boston and St. Louis amid the COVID-19 pandemic... [...]
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