Why Colin Cowherd Doesn’t View Patriots-Steelers As A Rivalry
Saturday December 15, 2018
Some might consider Sunday afternoon the next chapter to the New England Patriots-Pittsburgh Steelers rivalry. Colin Cowherd isn’t one of those people. While there’s no doubt the Patriots and Steelers have been two of the AFC’s best teams over the past decade-plus, Colin Cowherd believes a simple look at the head-to-head record tells you everything […]
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Gordon Hayward Injury Update: Will Hayward Play Tonight Against the Hawks?
Friday December 14, 2018
Celtics forward Gordon Hayward has missed the team’s last two games, against the Wizards and Pelicans, with an illness. The Celtics have been just fine without him–they’ll be looking for their eighth win in a row tonight against the Hawks and are finally on the up-and-up after a rough early season–but they’ll have him back […]
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In this episode of the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast, we take a break from Washington and make sense of a chaotic week in British politics. Two professors from the University of Cambridge, Helen Thompson and David Runciman, explain why a resolution to Brexit is so complicated and how the country got to where it is today.
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