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    The University of Washington decided to suspend their head football coach Jimmy Lake for one week without pay following an altercation with a player on the sideline. During Saturday’s 26-16 loss to Oregon, TV cameras caught Lake sprinting over to Huskies linebacker Ruperake Fuavai on the sideline. Lake appeared to take a swing at Fuavai, who was arguing with an opposing player. As Fuavai turned to walk away, Lake then shoved his linebacker in the back. Jimmy Lake pops Ruperake Fuavai in the helmet and shoves him for getting into it with Jaylon Redd on the sideline pic.twitter.com/7AdSuugGe3 — Ralph Amsden (@ralphamsden) November 7, 2021 Following the loss, Lake claimed he was just attempting to prevent his Fuavai from getting a personal foul penalty. “The guys were chipping back and forth, and one of our players, [Ruperake], was up in an Oregon defender’s face, and I went in to separate them and push him back,” Lake said. “After that we settled down a little bit. That was our deal all week long, you’ve gotta have poise. We knew...
    The UNLV Rebels celebrated a touchdown on Saturday with a slot machine located on the sidelines. We have seen college football teams show off their unique ways of celebrating a touchdown or forcing a turnover. From Miami’s turnover chain to Boise State’s turnover throne, there were many creative ways for teams to celebrate. But it looks as though the UNLV Rebels may have everyone beat. During Saturday’s game against the Utah State Utes, Charles Williams ran 75-yards for a touchdown to give the Rebels a 10-7 lead. Following the score, UNLV showed off their new sideline slot machine, “The Rebel Roller,” to celebrate. VIDEO – Back and forth!! Charles Williams rips off 75-yard TD run. Rebels lead 10-7. Chuck goes to the slot machine and the cameraman gets swallowed up ???? pic.twitter.com/uRMgPQVQm2 — COFIELD (@stevecofield) October 16, 2021 UNLV put a giant slot machine on the sideline ????pic.twitter.com/NssuK3ZHkO — RedditCFB (@RedditCFB) October 17, 2021 UNLV Rebels celebrate with a sideline slot machine As mentioned on the CBS Sports broadcast, the team introduced the gigantic slot machine for this...
    The Baltimore Ravens easily routed the Denver Broncos on Sunday afternoon, 23-7, but head coach Vic Fangio looked furious on the sideline after Lamar Jackson, instead of taking a knee, ran the ball with just seconds left to tie an NFL record.  The Ravens were just three yards short of extending their streak of 100-yard rushing games to 43, matching the Pittsburgh Steelers 1977 record, when Jackson ran the ball five yards with just three seconds left on the clock.  RAVENS KNOCK BRONCOS FROM UNBEATEN RANKS, 23-7   "I don’t know what he was thinking,'' Jackson said of head coach John Harbaugh, who made the call to run the ball. "I thought we would take a knee and he said, ‘No, we’re going for it.’ The game was put away."  Oct 3, 2021; Denver, Colorado, USA; Denver Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller (58) chases down Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (8) in the second half at Empower Field at Mile High. (Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports) Fangio, recognizing what was happening, appeared to yell at his defensive line from the sideline...
    The Denver Broncos sideline was fuming at the Ravens last play call on Sunday. An interception in the end zone sealed the deal for a Baltimore Ravens win over the Denver Broncos on Sunday afternoon. With just three seconds left, Lamar Jackson and company took the field up 23-7. But Baltimore wasn’t in victory formation. The Broncos already felt the emotion of losing their first game of the season, and then Ravens head coach John Harbaugh slapped them in the face when he opted to run instead of kneel in the final play of the game.Denver Broncos head coach Vic Fangio and his team erupted in anger at Ravens’ final play.WATCH: The Broncos sideline was enraged as the Ravens decided to run the ball on the final play of the game rather than take a knee. #9sports #BroncosCountry pic.twitter.com/QshWgAbkpX — 9NEWS Sports Denver (@9NEWSSports) October 4, 2021 Though the obscenities were covered up, you can imagine what Broncos head coach Vic Fangio was spewing towards Baltimore’s bench in rage. The dirty move from Harbaugh was all to keep alive...
    Chicago Bears backup quarterback Nick Foles had some thoughts about the Bears’ offense. Yesterday was the highly anticipated, first career start of Chicago Bears rookie quarterback Justin Fields. The collective excitement quickly became a collective disappointment as the offense struggled against the Cleveland Browns. The disappointment was not with Fields, but the offense in general. As fans took to social media to express their discontent, Chicago Bears quarterback Nick Foles was caught on the sideline expressing his. “This offense just isnt working.” – Nick Foles It’s clear Matt Nagy has lost the lockerroom. #FireNagy pic.twitter.com/8qeOt7VTZb — Max Markham (@MaxMarkhamNFL) September 27, 2021 Foles, who was originally the third-string quarterback, is seen talking to injured quarterback Andy Dalton. A close reading of Foles’ lips and it appears he says “This offense just isn’t working.” With those five words, Foles became the voice of the people.Chicago Bears offensive strugglesFoles was right, the offense isn’t working. Sure, it was a rookie quarterback’s first game starting against a pretty talented defense, but many deemed Chicago’s offensive performance intolerable. Fields completed just...
    New York Giants receiver Kenny Golladay was caught on the sideline yelling at quarterback Daniel Jones late in the game against Washington. Kenny Golladay got a lot of money from the Giants to come to New York as a free agent. When they brought him in, they probably didn’t have it in mind to see him scream at his quarterback on the sidelines. The frustration boiled over on Thursday night with New York trailing Washington late. Kenny Golladay went after Daniel Jones n the sidelinesKenny Golladay letting it out on the sideline. pic.twitter.com/Z1mtx4fX3o — Justin Groc (@justgroc) September 17, 2021 Golladay had just three catches on eight targets on the night. It wasn’t a good night receiving and he arguably made it worse with that incident. Next: Refs rob fans of Vanilla Vick moment
    New York Giants receiver Kenny Golladay was caught on the sideline yelling at quarterback Daniel Jones late in the game against Washington. Kenny Golladay got a lot of money from the Giants to come to New York as a free agent. When they brought him in, they probably didn’t have it in mind to see him scream at his quarterback on the sidelines. The frustration boiled over on Thursday night with New York trailing Washington late.Kenny Golladay went after Daniel Jones n the sidelinesKenny Golladay letting it out on the sideline. pic.twitter.com/Z1mtx4fX3o — Justin Groc (@justgroc) September 17, 2021 Golladay had just three catches on eight targets on the night. It wasn’t a good night receiving and he arguably made it worse with that incident. Next: Refs rob fans of Vanilla Vick moment
                        Former state lawmaker and GOP gubernatorial candidate Vernon Jones released a video on Thursday criticizing Georgia Governor Brian Kemp for his actions during the 2020 election process. “In 2020, I witnessed, firsthand, Brian Kemp abandon the president, costing us two Senate seats and the Oval Office. He chose to sit on the sideline,” Jones said. “While Brian Kemp was on the sidelines, I was on the frontlines — rallying support for the President, criss-crossing the country, and fighting for the integrity of our elections. The attack from Jones stems from Kemp’s early dismissal of many Republicans’ concerns over the security of the election. Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, who is also facing a daunting primary challenge, quickly certified the results of the election, sparking backlash from many conservatives. Jones has consistently raised similar concerns. Earlier this week, Jones toured the Arizona election audit of ballots in Maricopa County. When describing the process, he praised the level of detail taken by volunteers and officials working. “I hope...
    Getty Tyreek Hill of the Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill is clearing the air after he was seen shoving wide receivers coach Greg Lewis on the sideline during Sunday’s AFC Divisional round win against the Cleveland Browns. The incident happened shortly after kicker Harrison Butker nailed a 33-yard field goal to put the hosts up 22-10 at Arrowhead Stadium. Many online began speculating there was animosity between the two, but the All-Pro wideout quickly shut those accusations down via a tweet referencing the moment, which you view below. Yes man love him like a uncle ???????? https://t.co/zsIlNWTWlu — Ty Hill (@cheetah) January 18, 2021 “Yes man, love him like a[n] uncle,” Hill posted Sunday evening. The Georgia native also posted this response shortly before addressing the aforementioned video: The push was nice lol I was fired up ???????? — Ty Hill (@cheetah) January 18, 2021 For anyone speculating about whether there’s tension amongst players and personnel, hopefully this settles it once and for all. Andy Reid Also Addressed the Push in...
    DK Metcalf got heated on the Seahawks sideline after Seattle’s slow start to its Wild Card game against Los Angeles.  It’s been said that the Seattle Seahawks never play a normal game, which the team manages to prove with every single outing. That unconventional style often times works in Seattle’s favor, but it creates a powder keg that not just the fans have to deal with. As frustrating as it is to watch the Seahawks struggle to be great when it should be easy for them, imagine what it’s like to be on the sideline and in the trenches. DK Metcalf gave us a glimpse of what it must be like on Saturday when he lost his cool more than once after Seattle’s slow start to its Wild Card showdown with Los Angeles. Metcalf was not pleased by the Seahawks inability to move the ball early against the Rams defense, and he let it be known on the sideline.DK Metcalf was visibly upset over Seahawks Wild Card performanceDK Metcalf visibly upset on the Seahawks sideline after the Seattle offense has...
    The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world: ___ Duke says Hall of Fame coach Mike Krzyzewski will return to the sideline Saturday for the 21st-ranked Blue Devils’ game against Wake Forest. Krzyzewski missed Wednesday’s win against Boston College while completing a COVID-19 quarantine protocol. The 73-year-old coach said earlier this week e and his wife were placed into quarantine after a family member tested positive for COVID-19. He said they had both tested negative to that point. Associate head coach Jon Scheyer led the Blue Devils on the sideline during the BC win. ___ More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Patriots head coach Bill Belichick's patience with New England's disappointing season appears to be exhausted after he obliterated a sideline phone during Sunday's humiliating loss to the Buffalo Bills. Not only did the Patriots fall, 38-9, securing their first losing season in 20 years, but Belichick also lost a challenge after apparently receiving some bad advice. Already trailing 24-9 at halftime, the Patriots yielded a sideline catch to Bills tight end Dawson Knox to begin the third quarter. Belichick, on the apparent advice of someone in the Patriots coaches' booth, tossed the red flag, signifying his wish to challenge the call in the hope that Knox was out of play and the catch would be overturned.  Unfortunately for Belichick — and a wireless telephone on New England's sideline — the call was upheld and the Patriots were docked one timeout. As seen in a video that has since gone viral, Belichick stormed over to the sideline phone and spoke with the presumed culprit before angrily slamming the receiver to pieces. Patriots head coach Bill Belichick's patience with New England's...
    Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill raised eyebrows Sunday when he was seen on the sideline drinking a mysterious green and yellow liquid during a victory against the New Orleans Saints. It turned out the nondescript liquid Hill was sipping was pickle juice, Patrick Mahomes told 610 Sports Radio in Kansas City on Monday. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "That was the ol' pickle juice, man," Mahomes said. "You know, he was cramping up a little bit, so you gotta give him the pickle juice to get him back to the 'cheetah,' you know what I mean?" Mahomes said that the pickle juice is to prevent cramping. "Well, the pickle juice usually is before, like to try to keep you from cramping," Mahomes said. "I don't know... might have to do with the sodium, I think. They try to keep you from cramping. I think he had... the full cramps already, so they had to use the full IV." SAINTS' CAM JORDAN ON EJECTION IN LOSS TO CHIEFS: 'I HURT THE SQUAD' Mahomes admitted that he...
    Heres the biggest news you missed this weekend US says will react if Iran seeks to avenge Soleimani killing NFL fans had a lot of jokes about what Tyreek Hill was drinking on the sideline Kansas City Chiefs star wide receiver Tyreek Hill opened the scoring against the Saints on Sunday with a 5-yard TD catch in the first quarter in New Orleans. © Provided by For The Win Shortly after that play he was seen getting his hamstring worked on while lying down on the sideline. He was also seen drinking something green from a tiny little bottle while doing so. Lots of NFL fans quickly had jokes about maybe Hill was boozing it up on the sideline but that of course wasn’t true. Many pointed out that he was likely drinking some pickle juice, which is known to help you stay hydrated and avoid muscle cramps. He was dehydrated a bit last week against the Dolphins so this makes total sense and has to be it. Here he is having a drink: Tyreek Hill is a...
    The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback was far from a happy camper after getting sacked in the second quarter against the New York Giants. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were pegged as the heavy favorites on Monday night against the 1-6 New York Giants, yet they haven’t played like it thus far. Tampa Bay’s offense has failed to get anything going against the Giants defense early on, as they found themselves trailing 7-3 early on in the first half. On their likely final offensive drive in the first half, Brady saw his offensive line implode, as Giants defensive end Leonard Williams managed to bring the six-time Super Bowl champion down for the sack. As the Buccaneers punted the ball away, cameras showed Brady slamming his helmet on the bench in frustration, as their 11-play drive was all for naught. Tom Brady is not a happy camper right now… ???? #GoBucs #TBvsNYG #MNF pic.twitter.com/H0dIulfKFJ — The Sports Throne (@SportsThroneHub) November 3, 2020 Buccaneers offense failing to get anything going against New YorkAs if things couldn’t get any worse for Brady and the Bucs,...
    Trevor Lawrence will be there in person for Clemson’s football game at Notre Dame.Despite testing positive for COVID-19, Trevor Lawrence will be in attendance in South Bend. Lawrence did not play last week vs. the Boston College Eagles and will not play on Saturday night vs. the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. The Clemson Tigers starting quarterback was the frontrunner to win the Heisman Trophy before his positive COVID test. While he may not win the award because of it, he’ll still go No. 1 in the 2021 NFL Draft and he’ll be in attendance in South Bend…wait, what? Dabo Swinney says on his call-in show Trevor Lawrence will travel with the team and be on the sideline Saturday. — Matt Connolly (@MattatTheState) November 3, 2020 Trevor Lawrence can be on the sideline but cannot play on Saturday for ClemsonSo Lawrence can’t play on Saturday night because he tested positive for the coronavirus two weeks ago? Okay, got it. But why is he allowed to travel to South Bend, Indiana from Clemson, South Carolina to watch D.J. Uiagalelei start in place...
    Jason Garrett stands with Mike McCarthy to check in on Dak Prescott. CBS Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott suffered a brutal ankle injury on Sunday against the New York Giants. As Prescott was tended to on the field, former Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett, who is now the offensive coordinator of the Giants, rushed over to check in on his longtime quarterback. Garrett and Prescott spent four years together with the Cowboys before Garrett was let go by the team in the offseason. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott suffered a devastating ankle injury on Sunday after an awkward fall against the New York Giants. As Prescott was attended to on the field and helped into the cart to be taken off the field, Jason Garrett, his former coach and current offensive coordinator for the New York Giants, rushed over to stand with Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy and check in on his longtime quarterback.—Stu Motown #BlackLivesMatter (@cjzero) October 11, 2020Garrett coached Prescott through his first four seasons with the Dallas Cowboys...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — High School football is making a comeback in Minnesota, and so is a beloved coach. Steve Jipson is the long-time head coach at Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley. He wasn’t sure what the future held after a cancer diagnosis and the threat of COVID-19. “My senior class was 1979, and we were the first to play nine-man football on this field. It’s been beautiful out here,” Jipson said. He has done his part to pile on the memories, helping the CGB Wolverines win their only state title in 2012. “You’ve got friends forever after that, you know,” Jipson said. “Them kids want to talk football, you know, year after year.” But the players aren’t just learning about the game from their coach. They’re learning about life. “There’s a lot of change in life when you have cancer,” he said. “The fight is on with that, and hopefully we can beat it.” Senior Nate Moberg has his coach’s back. “Everybody loves him and supports him,” Moberg said. There were moments when people wondered if Jipson had walked off the...
    Georgia Tech had football players lift weights on the sideline before facing UCF. College football coaches will try a lot of things to get their team pumped. Next: 10 college football rivalries dying a slow death For more NCAA football news, analysis, opinion and unique coverage by FanSided, including Heisman Trophy and College Football Playoff rankings, be sure to bookmark these pages.
    In California: August Complex Fire becomes state’s biggest blaze ever at a whopping 471,000 acres The Classic Comfort Food Youll See More of at Chain Restaurants Patrick Mahomes, Deshaun Watson share a moment on the sideline in the middle of gameplay They may be rivals in one of the most brutal games on the planet. © Provided by Yahoo! Sports Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson (4) and Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (15) meet on the field during the coin toss before the start NFL football game Thursday, Sept. 10, 2020, in Kansas City, Mo. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel) But that doesn’t mean there’s no love between Patrick Mahomes and Deshaun Watson. Two of football’s most talented quarterbacks faced off on Thursday as the NFL kicked off its 2020 season. With the game tied in the second quarter, Watson took off on a third-down run near midfield. After scrambling out of bounds, Watson took a quick breather on the bench — on the Kansas City Chiefs sideline. Deshaun Watson takes a seat next to Patrick Mahomes...
    Trump calls on supporters to boycott Goodyear, tweeting Dont buy Goodyear Tires over companys ban on MAGA hats CDC: Salmonella outbreak linked to onions expands NFL Reporters Wont Be on the Sidelines This Season The NFL is trying to figure out a way to safely play football amid the pandemic and though that's an impossible task they are giving an earnest effort to enact some best practices. Having as few people on the field as is absolutely necessary is at the heart of the new protocols sent out to teams today. © Provided by The Big Lead Cheerleaders and mascots? Forget about them. They will not be trodding on that sacred turf. But surely the pregame reporters and sidelines reporters, whose live shots have bridged the gap from hangover to early-game kickoff on so many Sundays will be allowed, right? Not so fast. NFL Network's Tom Pelissero with a reality check: Other groups now prohibited from field access in 2020, according to the updated game day protocols, include network sideline reporters and pregame TV reporters. So...
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