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What Neal Brown had to say after the season finale win

West Virginia defeated Oklahoma State on Saturday afternoon, coming back to beat the Cowboys, 24-19 in Stillwater. The Mountaineers did so under horrible conditions - with a complete downpour and chilly temps, WVU also had to rely on their third string quarterback and fourth string running back to carry the load on offense, with a secondary full of backups to hold down the fort on defense. Here's what Head Coach Neal Brown had to say about the effort after the game.
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Nick Saban's Face Injured During Alabama vs. Auburn Game

Nick Saban has seen better days! The Alabama football coach suffered an unfortunate cut to his face during Saturday's game vs. Auburn. A player's shoulder pad apparently collided with Saban's face shortly before halftime. Saban was shown with a bruised and bleeding left cheek as he continued to coach his...
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Chris Lane and Lauren Bushnell Lane Celebrate First Thanksgiving as Family of Four with Sweet Photos

The couple, who are also parents to toddler Dutton, welcomed baby Baker last month  Chris and Lauren Lane are celebrating their first thanksgiving as a family of four. The country star, 38, and Bachelor alum, 32, shared a set of photos on their Instagram Story with their two kids, Dutton Walker and Baker Weston, who was just born last month. In the relaxed family photo, Chris and Lauren pose together on their porch, each with a child in their lap. Chris holds Dutton, wearing olive green overalls, while Lauren...

4 Fun Holiday Drag Shows You Won't Want To Miss!

You're invited to a festive and fun drag show!Photo by(Photo by Greta Hoffman) (BOSTON, MA) If you're looking for something fun and festive to do during the holiday season that is sure to get you in a great mood then look no further than this holiday-themed Drag Brunch line-up! From music that will get you moving to food that will have you wishing you had room for more, there is fun to be had for all ages every Saturday in December!

West Plains’ football season ends in state semifinals

The West Plains High School football team fell one win short of playing for a state championship. The Zizzers went to O’Fallon on Saturday and suffered a 42-14 loss to St. Dominic in the semifinals of the Class 4 State Playoffs. West Plains’ season comes to an end at 9-4.

Bradley rallies South Alabama past Old Dominion 27-20

MOBILE, Ala. (AP) — Carter Bradley threw three touchdown passes and South Alabama held Old Dominion scoreless in the second half to rally for its fifth-straight win, 27-20 win on Saturday. South Alabama needed Troy to lose Arkansas State in a late game to win the West Division and...

Sippy cups sold at Whole Foods, Amazon recalled due to lead poisoning hazard

Green Sprouts has voluntarily recalled their stainless steel straw bottles, sippy cups and straw cups that were sold at Whole Foods, Buy Buy Baby, Amazon and Bed Bath & Beyond, due to a lead poisoning hazard. Stainless steel bottles and cups were recalled by Green Sprouts Inc. of Asheville, North...

With Fournette out, White gets another opportunity for increased role in Bucs offense

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — The Buccaneers will be without their top running back on Sunday when they take on the Browns. The team announced Saturday afternoon that they have downgraded Leonard Fournette to ‘out’ for their week 12 game in Cleveland. He was listed as ‘doubtful’ on Friday’s injury report with the hip injury he suffered two weeks ago against the Seahawks.

Governor Scott statement on passing of former Rep Richard Lawrence

Vermont Business Magazine Governor Phil Scott today issued the following statement:. “It is with much sadness that I send my condolences to the family and friends of former Representative Richard ‘Dick’ Lawrence, who has passed away. Dick was a champion for the Northeast Kingdom and served his communities well with support for a strong agricultural economy. Outside of the State House, his advocacy for fairs and field days, which benefited rural communities across Vermont, as well as serving as president of the Caledonia County Fair over many years, did even more for the region and state. I appreciate his service and the legacy he leaves behind.”

Ball State defeats Missouri State

NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) – Payton Sparks scored 24 points as Ball State beat Missouri State 67-64 on Saturday. Sparks added 12 rebounds for the Cardinals (4-2). Jarron Coleman added 10 points while shooting 4 for 18, including 2 for 7 from beyond the arc, and he also had eight rebounds. Demarius Jacobs finished 4 of 5 from the field to finish with 10 points.

L-C Valley Fire Crews Respond to Fire on Elm Street in Clarkston

CLARKSTON, WA – Fire crews from throughout the Lewis-Clark Valley are on the scene of a structure fire in the 1400 block of Elm Street in Clarkston. The fire was reported at about 2:05 p.m. In addition to Clarkston Fire, Asotin County Fire District #1 and Lewiston Fire are...

King Charles 'has hit the ground running'

King Charles has "wasted no time in getting to work". The 74-year-old king became the monarch in September, following the death of Queen Elizabeth, and royal expert Katie Nicholl thinks Charles has "hit the ground running". Speaking to 'Entertainment Tonight', Katie explained: "It was always the king's intention to hit...

Connecticut man accused of dragging officer by door after racing

MIDDLETOWN, Conn. — A Connecticut man is accused of drag racing and then pulling a state trooper who tried to stop him along the road, authorities said Saturday. Nathan Delvalle, 18, of Ansonia, was arrested and charged with violating motor vehicle racing requirements, reckless driving, disobeying the signal of an officer, engaging police in pursuit, illegally striking an officer with a motor vehicle, illegal racing on a highway, interfering with officer/resisting arrest, second-degree breach of peace and second-degree reckless endangerment, Connecticut State Police Trooper Preston Zdrojeski told The Middletown Press.