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Waukesha School District spokeswoman Terry Schuster told the Appleton Post-Crescent that Bell is welcome at other events such as the grand march and photo sessions with Tarantino, but can not attend the dance itself. Bell served a two-game suspension from the National Football League to start the 2015 season for the infraction and has since completed his probation program.
  • Vunipola says mental strength key to grand slam bid

    Vunipola says mental strength key to grand slam bid

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    Ireland continue to insist they will gain no motivation from trying to spoil England's Grand Slam party in Dublin on Saturday. England's run has taken them second in the world rankings with 91.02 points. "In fact, it was overdue", Woodward wrote in his column in the Daily Mail yesterday. Jones said: " Ireland will come with a lot of emotion". "That would have brought its own pressure".
  • Injury rules Boult out of second Test

    Injury rules Boult out of second Test

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    Taylor's replacement, Neil Broom, is to make his test debut at the age of 33, while number five Henry Nicholls is still trying to cement his place in worldwide cricket. "I said before the series that if we can get rid of Williamson and Taylor there's a lot of pressure on the rest of the batting lineup", du Plessis told reporters.
  • Craig Shakespeare appointed Leicester manager until end of season

    Craig Shakespeare appointed Leicester manager until end of season

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    Leicester went straight up the other end to ultimately put Albrighton into a similar but more hard shooting position to Pareja, but there was nothing rushed about what he did. Sevilla did win a penalty, but keeper Kasper Schmeichel saved it and Leicester hung on to win. Shakespeare assumed caretaker charge following Ranieri's exit and guided the club to an impressive 3-1 home win over Liverpool four days later.
  • CB House returning to Packers for second stint

    CB House returning to Packers for second stint

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    Former Packers running back Eddie Lacy signed with the Seattle Seahawks. Tom Johnson is also coming off of an injury he suffered near the end of the regular season, and is also one of the Vikings' oldest defensive player. Last season, he played in 15 games and compiled 17 tackles and a sack. Barclay returned to Green Bay on a reported one-year, $1.3 million deal, but he's a jack-of-all-trades, master-of-none utility man who's valued for his versatility and doesn't really offer much upside ...
  • Economic realities scupper Commonwealth Games in SA

    Economic realities scupper Commonwealth Games in SA

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    Gideon Sam, president of the South African Olympic committee, told Reuters : "This is a huge disappointment for us and for the whole African continent but without the necessary government guarantees, we couldn't move on". It's a major embarrassment for South Africa, with Durban's successful bid initially hailed as historic as the first time an African city would host an global multi-sport event.
  • Taking a look at the Michigan's chances in the Midwest Region

    Taking a look at the Michigan's chances in the Midwest Region

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    The Cats will face the No. 15 seed Northern Kentucky in Indianapolis on Friday. At least for one game. "We are just going to keep trying to hammer on them". Will Woj, a player and assistant at Duke , be auditioning to be Coach K's eventual successor? The Cardinals are tied for 12th with Florida State in free-throw percentage, connecting on just 68.9 percent of their attempts from the charity stripe.
  • Six Nations: Victorious Eddie Jones fully aware of Ireland's threat

    Six Nations: Victorious Eddie Jones fully aware of Ireland's threat

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    On an afternoon where fans basked in the glory of an England side delivering a highlight reel performance, they were also treated to a veritable love-in from Hartley and Joseph. It is a stark contrast to that famous night nearly 30 years ago when post-match refuelling meant something very different as players from both sides hit the town in Edinburgh and ended up in hot water after manhandling the famous old silver trophy the length of a drunken Princes Street pub crawl.
  • Browns hope to unload newly-acquired QB Osweiler

    Browns hope to unload newly-acquired QB Osweiler

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    According to Schefter, the Browns are not interested in keeping Osweiler and are likely to trade him, which would result in an NBA-like transaction in which teams trade bloated contracts to get them off the books - a rare occurrence in the NFL.
  • Barcelona, Real Madrid to play El Clasico in Miami

    Barcelona, Real Madrid to play El Clasico in Miami

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    The La Liga giants have only faced themselves once outside Spain in history - a match in 1982 in Venezuela, which Madrid won 1-0 thanks to a Vicente del Bosque goal. The match at the home of the Miami Dolphins is expected to include two of football's greatest ever players: current Ballon d'Or-holder Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, the five-time victor of the award.
  • UNC Earns No. 1 Seed in NCAA Tournament South Region

    UNC Earns No. 1 Seed in NCAA Tournament South Region

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    Atlantic Coast Conference tournament champions Duke visited the Upstate when Greenville last hosted the NCAA Tournament in 2002. The three Triangle teams to make the NCAA Tournament learned where they'll play on Selection Sunday. 11 seed in the South region and will open against Kansas State (20-13, 8-10 Big 12) in Dayton Wednesday. North Carolina fans should start making arrangements for Memphis now and expect a long stay because the Tar Heels are going to the Elite Eight.
  • Howley opts against Wales overhaul for Ireland clash

    Howley opts against Wales overhaul for Ireland clash

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    With about 10 minutes left to play, Ireland were driving towards the Welsh line and looked set to cross over for a try that would have given them the chance to retake the lead. Wales came battering back, but the Irish defence held firm. "The players have been outstanding since Scotland, they've been very honest in their appraisal about the way they played in the first 15-20 minutes of the second half at Murrayfield".