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Queiroz slams Klinsmann’s criticism of Iran’s World Cup team

Iran’s soccer federation and national team coach Carlos Queiroz have angrily hit back at former Germany great Jürgen Klinsmann for saying that Iranian World Cup players use dirty tactics because its in their “culture.”

At World Cup, US soccer scrubs Islamic emblem from Iran flag

The US soccer federation is displaying Iran’s national flag on social media without the emblem of the Islamic Republic, saying it supports protesters in Iran ahead of the two nations’ World Cup match Tuesday.

Stanford coach David Shaw resigns after Cardinal finish 3-9

Stanford coach David Shaw resigned Saturday night after finishing his 12th season at his alma mater with a 36-25 loss to BYU that dropped the Cardinal to 3-9.

Ski Racing

Mikaela Shiffrin set to continue pursuit of wins record as World Cup arrives at Killington this weekend

Shiffrin has 76 World Cup victories, including two last weekend, and is the only woman to win the slalom event in the five years it has been held at Vermont's Killington ski area.

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Jaylen Brown’s actions are in conflict with his words, and other thoughts

When given chances to denounce antisemitism, the Celtics star chose to support his misguided friends, Ye and Kyrie Irving.


Predators-Avalanche game postponed by water main break in Nashville; Northeastern men’s game moved

The game was supposed to be the first half of a NHL-NCAA doubleheader, with Northeastern scheduled to take on Western Michigan in the evening.

Cowboys 28, Giants 20

Dak Prescott finds his tight ends as Cowboys drop Giants again

The Cowboys swept the series and moved a game ahead of the Giants in the NFC East.

NFL notebook

Bills star edge rusher Von Miller injures right knee, taken to locker room on a cart

Miller had his right leg stepped on inadvertently by Detroit center Frank Ragnow.