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Oct. 15—John Bond was a freshman quarterback for Mississippi State on the day they beat Alabama 6-3 in 1980. It ended a 20-plus game winning streak for the Crimson Tide. Bond — who started under center for MSU from 1980 through 1983 — remembers being recruited by Paul "Bear" Bryant in his home just eight months or so before the game. He also remembers getting a hug from the Bear during his ...

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Moscow — Russian human rights organization Memorial has lamented an attack on its office in Moscow and accused the Russian police of inaction. During a film screening on Thursday evening, up to 25 people stormed the hall and shouted insults, Memorial said on Friday. Independent media reported that the action was filmed by the pro-Kremlin television station NTV.The police officers who were ...

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Got a question you want answered on the podcast? Register for Indians Subtext to hear your Tribe questions answered exclusively on the show. Send a text to 216-208-4346 to subscribe for $3.99/mo. CLEVELAND, Ohio — Thursday’s Game 5 of the National League Division Series ended in controversy when umpire Gabe Morales rang up Wilmer Flores on a checked swing to end the series. Paul Hoynes and Joe ...

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Peyton Manning still can’t believe it. There was his little brother, former New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning, flashing the double bird on national TV. In an interview this week with TMZ, Peyton Manning said he didn’t see that coming. “Out of all times to actually do it, I was in real shock about it. But, he felt bad and he apologized. It was not intentional but it was just funny that ...

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Your favorite television guilty pleasure is back and just as deranged as ever. It's been almost two years since Netflix's "You" returned for a second season that managed to be even more depraved than its predecessor. From the beginning, the series asked you to take a journey through the mind of Penn Badgley's Joe Goldberg, a serial stalker who will do whatever it takes to find and keep his ...

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"Is she solid?" That is the question media mogul Logan Roy poses about his daughter, Shiv, as he attempts to rally the troops after the very public family implosion that ended the second season of "Succession" with a messy bang. It has been two years since that finale aired, and as the third season of HBO's dysfunctional-family drama kicks off Sunday, the answer to Logan's question is, of ...

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NEW YORK — At the Carlyle hotel, a pair of Upper East Side doyennes are discussing their country homes between mincing bites of their $30 salads. A few feet away, J. Smith-Cameron is talking about slime puppies. "I made up slime puppy," says the actor, in a crisp white blouse and polished blond bob. "I'm proud of slime puppy. It's my contribution to American literature." In HBO's caustic, ...

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On this week’s edition of “The Recruiting Trail,” I took a long look at the top football prospects in the state of Oregon for the 2022 and 2023 recruiting classes. The headliners have established themselves, as Westview wide receiver Darrius Clemons has been selected as an All-American Bowl participant and Central Catholic playmaker Riley Williams is listed as the nation’s No. 4 tight end. ...

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No, there isn't an active serial killer or serial rapist in Indianapolis, police said Friday, and social media posts claiming otherwise are false. The unfounded rumors appear to have started circulating on social media early Thursday afternoon. A handful of users made posts claiming there is a serial killer in Indianapolis "targeting women and teenagers" and dumping their bodies in the woods. ...

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Work on TV and film sets might come to a standstill as soon as Monday if 60,000 crew members working nationwide go on strike. In Chicago, that could affect a number of projects including the Dick Wolf shows for NBC, a forthcoming reboot of sci-fi drama “The 4400,” a series for AMC called “61st Street,” Fox’s “The Big Leap” and a show for Apple TV+ starring Elisabeth Moss. At issue are better ...