This will also be the second time in NFL history that the past two championship quarterbacks are facing off in the title game. The only other time it happened came in 1943 when Washington’s Sammy Baugh faced Chicago’s Sid Luckman. Baugh had won the title with Washington in 1942 and Luckman with the Bears in 1941. … [Read more...] about Super matchup between QBs Mahomes, Brady for NFL title
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A&M (7-7, 2-6 SEC) held a 66-60 lead on a 3-point basket by JJ Chandler with 8:50 to play when LSU (11-4, 6-3 SEC) turned up the defensive heat after it managed just a 41-36 halftime lead. … [Read more...] about LSU defense comes up big late, holds Texas A&M scoreless in final 8½ minutes for 12-point win
(CBS Local)- Super Bowl week is fast approaching and the build up to the big game will be filled with plenty of commentary and analysis at CBS Sports Network. The network announced Wednesday plans for 75 hours worth of programming throughout Super Bowl week, which will include original and studio programming along with the daily radio show simulcasts leading up to kick-off on Sunday, February 7 when CBS Sports will have coverage of the game across multiple platforms. … [Read more...] about CBS Sports Network Set For 75 Hours Of Super Bowl Coverage Beginning January 31
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Gold mining in DRC, from the ore to the bar Encased in the rock A man kneels in front of a rock slab while breaking down gold ore with a grinding stone. Next, the remaining ore is manually ground down between two rocks to release the gold. This is a slow and arduous process; one plastic basin can take several hours to work through. Water carriers and ore porters are visible moving up and down the mine hill, in the background. … [Read more...] about DR Congo: What’s next for President Felix Tshisekedi without Joseph Kabila?