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Star Tribune sports columnist Sid Hartman dies at age 100 – Minneapolis Star Tribune

“My father’s extraordinary and resilient life has come to a peaceful conclusion surrounded by his family,” his son, Chad Hartman, tweeted early Sunday afternoon…

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Sid Hartman, who started selling newspapers in 1928 and wrote about sports for the Star Tribune for the ensuing decades, died Sunday. He was 100.
“My father’s extraordinary and resilient life has come to a peaceful conclusion surrounded by his family,” his son, Chad Hartman, tweeted early Sunday afternoon.
Sid Hartman also was for decades a radio voice on WCCO.
Hartman was born on the North Side of Minneapolis on March 15, 1920, and he worked for newspapers in his hometown for nearly his enti…

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Chambers Resigns as Men’s Basketball Coach – Penn State University Athletics – GoPSUsports.com

Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics Sandy Barbour accepted the resignation of head men’s basketball coach Pat Chambers today following an internal investigation…

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Bills promote DT Justin Zimmer to the 53-man roster – BuffaloBills.com

The defensive tackle has 10 tackles on the 2020 season.

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The Bills have promoted defensive tackle Justin Zimmer from the practice squad to the 53-man roster.
Zimmer has played in two games this season and accounted for 10 tackles – including two tackles for loss.
He’s played in five career games in three NFL seasons. The Bills signed Zimmer as a free agent this summer. He is a product of Ferris State and spent time with the Cleveland Browns and Atlanta Falcons.

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Dallas Cowboys’ Ezekiel Elliott says there’s no one thing that will fix fumbling woes – ESPN

After losing two more fumbles in Monday’s loss to the Arizona Cardinals, Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott said he can’t pinpoint his fumbling issues…

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FRISCO, Texas — As Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott looks to correct an issue that has led to four lost fumbles in six games, he has studied every fumble he ever has had.
He did not want to give away any conclusions that he came to — “I don’t want to give away all my weaknesses right here,” he said jokingly — but the issues came down to holding the ball tighter and the opposition making good defensive plays.
“I just think I need to not put myself in vulnerable situations. I’ve just…

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