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TODAY'S THOUGHT

We can always find something to be thankful for, and there may be reasons why we ought to be thankful for even those dispensations which appear dark and frowning.

- Albert Barnes

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K-HEART SPORTS - MONDAY - 09/25/17 - PM EDITION

The top five remain the same in this week's FCS Coaches poll....

    FARGO, ND - The top five remain the same in this week's FCS Coaches poll.  Defending champ, James Madison is followed by North Dakota State at No. 2. Then it's Sam Houston State and South Dakota State. Youngstown State and Jacksonville State are tied for fifth. North Dakota has dropped out of the top 25 following a 49-21 loss to Montana State on Saturday that dropped the Fighting Hawks to 1-3 on the year.

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     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Minnesota Lynx coach Cheryl Reeve had no time to talk about her team coming back from 26 points down in Game 1 of the WNBA Finals. There was no moral victory after they dropped the game to the Los Angeles Sparks on a last-second shot by Chelsea Gray.
 
     A day later, all she could think about was how her team was down 28-2 in the first quarter of a home finals game. Reeve blasted the veteran Lynx today, wondering aloud if they were taking for granted their sixth trip to the finals in the last seven years. Reeve says her team did not play with the hunger that the Sparks did. She also felt some where too light-hearted when they showed up for a camp with young girls in the morning.
 
     Game 2 is Tuesday in Minneapolis.

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     NEW YORK (AP) - Aaron Judge has broken Mark McGwire's major league record for home runs by a rookie, going deep twice today to raise his total to 50. The Yankees slugger hit a two-run drive to right-center off Kansas City's Jakob Junis in the third inning to tie the mark. He added a solo shot over the visitors' bullpen in left in the seventh inning against Trevor Cahill.
 
     Judge has 13 home runs in September and six in five games. He hit two home runs for the second straight day and has four multihomer games this month.
 
     McGwire hit 49 homers for Oakland in 1987, breaking the previous mark of 38 set by the Boston Braves' Wally Berger in 1930 and matched by Cincinnati's Frank Robinson in 1956.
 
     Judge is second in the major leagues behind Miami's Giancarlo Stanton, who has hit 57.
 
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     PHILADELPHIA (AP) - When Darren Sproles walked briskly off the field holding his wrist after it appeared he injured his knee, the Philadelphia Eagles thought it was good news. Bad news came today. Sproles tore his ACL and broke his forearm on the same play in Sunday's win over the Giants. He'll miss the rest of the season.

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    GLENDALE, AZ - Tonight's Monday Football game has the Dallas Cowboys playing at Arizona versus the Cardinals. Both teams at 1-1 on the season.  Both exceeded expectations with 13-3 seasons in the past two years.

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     CLEVELAND (AP) - LeBron James says his intentions to finish his career with Cleveland haven't changed. The three-time NBA champion, who previously left the Cavaliers as a free agent for Miami, said today that he will not make a decision about his future until next summer. The 32-year-old has a player's option for next season worth $35.6 million. There have been reports swirling around for months about James planning to play for the Los Angeles Lakers next season.
 

 

   (Copyright 2017 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)

 

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