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Riot at Indonesian soccer game kills 129, including two police officers
Publisher:  CBS Sports
Saturday, 01 October 2022 21:33

Most of the victims were trampled to death

2022 WWE Extreme Rules card, matches, rumors, predictions, match card, date, start time, location
Publisher:  CBS Sports
Saturday, 01 October 2022 21:32

WWE always gets a little extreme around this time of year

Watch Oregon vs. Stanford: How to live stream, TV channel, start time for Saturday's NCAA Football game
Publisher:  CBS Sports
Saturday, 01 October 2022 21:30

How to watch Oregon vs. Stanford football game

Trump praises gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon at rally in Mich.
Publisher:  TheHill
Saturday, 01 October 2022 21:29

Former President Trump threw his weight behind Michigan gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon (R) at a rally on Saturday, as his chosen candidate continues trailing incumbent Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) in the polls.

“Michigan, you need to dump this wild-eyed extremist Gretchen Whitmer and put Tudor Dixon in the governor’s mansion,� Trump told his supporters in Warren, Mich. on Saturday evening.

The former president touted Dixon’s hard-line GOP stances on abortion, education and law enforcement, while denouncing Whitmer as “one of the most radical, most sinister governors in America.�

“The first step to restoring public safety is defeating the radical Democrats this November and that starts with trouncing Whitmer,� Trump said.

Dixon briefly joined Trump on stage, telling Whitmer, “Stop trying to make reelection happen, Gretchen.�

Michigan is the latest in a series of campaign rallies for the former president. However, some worry that Trump’s support could backfire for Republicans, as could his candidates’ typically hard-line stances

A Detroit Free Press poll in late September showed Whitmer with a 16-point lead over Dixon, up 5 points from the month before. The nonpartisan Cook Political Report also shifted the race increasingly in Whitmer’s favor on Thursday, moving it from “lean Democratic� to “likely Democratic.�

Dixon has drawn scrutiny over her hard-right stances, particularly on abortion. She previously said in an interview that she only supports abortion exceptions to protect the life of the mother and suggested that rape victims could heal by being forced to give birth.


Alabama reminds Nick Saban always has an answer, even when Bryce Young's injury changed the question
Publisher:  CBS Sports
Saturday, 01 October 2022 21:26

With a passing game suddenly in question, the Crimson Tide's bruising rushing attack quickly took over

'Tropical Trump' Jair Bolsonaro gets boost from the former president after Michigan rally
Publisher:  Raw Story
Saturday, 01 October 2022 21:23



Following a 103-minute rally speech in Michigan on Saturday evening, Donald Trump turned his attention to politics in Brazil ahead of Sunday's presidential election.

On Friday, The Washington Post reported, "For half a decade, we have drawn comparisons between Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and former president Donald Trump. In many ways, the two right-wing ultranationalists are birds of a feather: They both surged to power on a tide of anti-establishment anger; they counted on the enduring support of evangelical voters and certain business elites; they gained politically by the spread of misinformation on social media; they stymied collective global action on climate change; they raged at the strictures imposed by (and the science behind) pandemic-era lockdowns; they waged a relentless culture war against supposed enemies in media, state institutions and schools."

Bolsonaro is being challenged by former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.

"Bolsonaro has been casting doubt on the security of Brazil’s electronic voting system for months, claiming without evidence that it is vulnerable to fraud and that Mr. da Silva’s supporters are planning to rig the vote. Mr. Bolsonaro has, in effect, said that the only way he would lose is if the election were stolen from him," The New York Times reported.

Trump urged Brazilians to vote for Bolsonaro on his Truth Social website.

"There is a very big election taking place tomorrow, one of worldwide importance," Trump posted. "A great and highly respected man, Brazil’s President, Jair Bolsonaro, is up for re-election, and based on all that he has done, and all that he is doing for the wonderful people of his beloved country, everyone should enthusiastically go out and vote for him."

"Jair Bolsonaro has my Complete and Total Endorsement. He will never let you down!" Trump promised.


NFL Punishes Dolphins DE Accused of Dirty Hit on Bills QB Josh Allen
Publisher:  Heavy.com
Saturday, 01 October 2022 21:23

Days after Christian Wilkins was accused of a dirty hit on Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen, the NFL has handed down punishment to the Miami Dolphins defensive end.

Wilkins got into a scrap with Allen in the fourth quarter of last week’s game, with Allen pushing Wilkins’ helmet off after the two tangled at the bottom of a pileup following a run from the Bills quarterback. Allen was hit with a 15-yard penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct, but after the game said he was reacting after Wilking grabbed him in a sensitive area.

On Saturday, the NFL seemed to back up Allen’s claim and issued a fine to the Dolphins defender.


NFL Fines Wilkins for Hit on Allen

On Saturday, the NFL issued a $13,261 fine to Wilkins for the incident in Sunday’s game. As the Buffalo News reported, the fine amount was established by the NFL and the NFL Players Association and came after Allen had accused Wilking of grabbing him in the groin during the play.

Speaking to Kyle Brandt on his weekly podcast, Allen took the blame for losing his cool and said he apologized to his teammates for taking a penalty.

“I think anybody with two eyes can understand what was going on under that pile,” Allen said. “I let the emotions get the best of me, but there were some things happening down there that I didn’t appreciate. We’ll let everyone make their own judgments on that. I apologized to my team for putting us in a tough situation, but it is what it is and we’ll move on. I know I’ll probably get a fine for that, but I hope they’ll look at some other things too.”

Allen was not fined for his actions toward Wilkins on Sunday, but the penalty came at a costly time for the Bills as they looked to mount a comeback down 21-17. The Dolphins ultimately prevailed, moving to 3-0 and taking over sole possession of the AFC East crown.

Allen had mixed up with Wilkins in the past, the Buffalo News noted, with the Bills quarterback waving goodbye near the end of Buffalo’s win over Miami in Orchard Park last season.


Allen Called out Dolphins Defender

While he expressed regret for taking the costly penalty, Allen wasn’t shy about airing his grievances with Wilkins during the week. After the game, Wilkins had brushed off the incident by saying the two were just hyper competitive.

“It just happens. Josh is a competitor, I’m a competitor,” he said. “The game is on the line. We’re going back and forth. That’s just how it is. That’s how it is with division rivals. With alpha males, that’s how it goes.”

But Allen didn’t hold back later in the week when Brandt asked, “Do alpha males grab each other by the groin on the football field?” The Bills quarterback noted that Wilkins had been accused of grabbing opponents before, during his college playing days.

“Not typically,” Allen replied. “It is what it is. He is a competitor. He’s been known for that, going back to the college. I should know that and shouldn’t let it get the best of me, but sometimes you see red and things like that happen.”

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Publisher:  Indiegogo: Announcements
Saturday, 01 October 2022 21:19

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129 dead during fan stampede after Indonesian soccer match
Publisher:  New York Post
Saturday, 01 October 2022 21:19

Panic at an Indonesian soccer match after police fired tear gas to stop brawls left 129 dead, mostly trampled to death, police said Sunday.

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Publisher:  Fark
Saturday, 01 October 2022 21:17

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