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The Hot Corner

After offseason buildup, Jaguars, Meyer open with meltdown

The Jaguars looked downright unprepared in their season opener.

Pressure mounts on US after 2 draws in World Cup qualifying

Players walked off the field dejected. Nervous American fans are in an uproar.

Jaguars have college feel amid Meyer’s methods, missteps

It’s his first taste of real football since the end of the 2018 season.

Bubble trouble? Jags’ Bryan hoping to do enough in finale

Bryan started the month with a black eye. He might end it with a bruised ego.

NHL quickly responds to Kane betting allegations

Sharks' Evander Kane has some issues, and his wife says betting on his own team is one of them.

‘OK not to be OK’: Mental health takes top role at Olympics

According to Thriveworks, one in three elite athletes suffer from anxiety and depression.

If shots don’t fall in Olympics, not a surprise when US does

The loss showed their problems might last well beyond their Olympic opener.

Olympics finally to start, 1 year later and far from Tokyo

The Games of the 32nd Olympiad were to have started last July 22 but were pushed back by the coronavirus pandemic.

Resilient Suns? Down 3-2 in Finals, it’s time to find out

The Phoenix Suns like to believe they’re a resilient bunch. Now is this season to prove it.

MLB threatens pitchers with 10-game bans for altering balls

Major and minor league umpires will start regular checks of all pitchers.

Sticky situation? Cole says spin rate drop due to mechanics

Cole called the criticism “undesirable” but declined to respond specifically to the allegation.

National teams wait on NBA stars for Olympic qualifier games

Four men’s basketball qualifying tournaments are played from June 29-July 4.

‘Everybody’s tired’ as condensed NHL schedule takes its toll

Fatigue has set in around the NHL with teams playing 50 games in just over 100 days.

Injuries wreaking more havoc than virus protocols

Injuries to key players — not just their unavailability due to COVID-19 — is having the biggest effect.

When will next generation of tennis overtake the Big Three?

Hurkacz became the lowest-ranked champion in the ATP’s top-level series since 2005.

Olympic failures show structural issues for US Soccer, MLS

The Americans failed to qualify for their third straight Olympics.

March Madness: 68 teams punch ticket; the hard part awaits

Welcome to Bubble Ball — the NCAA Tournament is being played in a pandemic

Meyer should know by now he’s not in college anymore

The NFL is different in a lot of ways, something Meyer quickly found out.

3rd down struggles doom Mahomes, Chiefs in Super Bowl

Mahomes didn’t complete a single third-down pass until late in the fourth quarter.

Baseball Hall gets no new members; Schilling 16 votes shy

Curt Schilling, Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens were the closest in voting

Analysis: Amid a pandemic, a blowout epidemic also happening

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, the NBA is also seeing a blowout epidemic.

Sports in 2020: Disruptions aplenty, only constant was loss

Disrupted by the coronavirus, sports stopped cold and started up again in emptied-out stadiums.

MLB plays hardball – and deals blow to the heartland

It’s not an encouraging development for a sport that desperately needs to develop new fans.

‘Is Miami back?’: Hurricanes may finally have a good answer

The team hadn’t practiced in two weeks. Few starters still had to sit out amid health concerns.

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