Georgia’s Smart: Parrish could play in opener despite surgery

ATHENS, Ga. – Georgia coach Kirby Smart says there is still a chance cornerback Malkom Parrish could be ready for the start of the season following surgery last week to repair a broken bone in his foot.

Smart said after Saturday’s scrimmage that Parrish broke a ”small bone” in his foot and will miss two to four weeks. Georgia plays Appalachian State on Sept. 2 in its opening game.

Parrish started 12 games in 2016 and ranked seventh on the team with 49 tackles.

Georgia is getting Aaron Davis ready to start at cornerback if Parrish is held out.

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Astros’ Hinch rips umps after loss: I’d ‘like to play with 27 outs’

The Houston Astros have looked far more human in recent weeks, going 3-7 over their last 10 games. It hasn’t put their division lead in jeopardy, but that doesn’t mean the team isn’t getting frustrated, especially with umpires.

Manager A.J. Hinch ripped umpires following Thursday’s 4-0 loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks after left fielder Marwin Gonzalez was called out on a questionable third strike. While he didn’t blame the loss on the call, he did suggest Gonzalez was treated unfairly, according to MLB.com’s Brian McTaggart.

“I’d also like to play with 27 outs and not get at-bats taken away from us. You look at Marwin Gonzalez’s last at-bat, there’s plenty of pitches we could go back to and basically say he got the at-bat taken away from him,” Hinch said. “I’ve always said to worry about yourself, worry about your team and go compete the best you can and then you walk out there and they don’t have to throw strikes to get you out. It’s ridiculous. I know we’re not supposed to talk about the umpires. These guys are good men. But honestly, today, to have the 27th out be taken away and play with 26, it ain’t fair. It’s not right.”

The Astros were limited to four hits and a walk on the afternoon, so more had to go right other than fixing one blown call. But Hinch added that as long as there are outs to play with, his team has a chance.

“Marwin gets to take a strikeout to end the game. We could have built an inning after that. I’m tired of that. I’m tired of our guys getting taken to task for knowing the strike zone. That’s not the reason we lost today, not the reason we had a tough week, but it’s garbage when you start getting at-bats taken away from you.”

Hinch isn’t the first person to be critical of umpires this week. He follows Detroit Tigers second baseman Ian Kinsler, who on Tuesday said ump Angel Hernandez should find another job. Four managers were ejected from games on Wednesday for confrontations with umpires, including Chicago Cubs skipper Joe Maddon who went absolutely nuclear.

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Watch: Giants turn slick double play following glove flip

Jeff Samardzija was in trouble and the defense had his back.

The San Francisco Giants right-hander seemed on the verge of coughing up a slim, two-run lead in the top of the sixth inning of Thursday’s game. With Philadelphia Phillies baserunners on first and third with none out, he got the play he needed.

Second baseman Kelby Tomlinson snagged the ground ball and initiated the double play by flipping the ball to shortstop Brandon Crawford, who relayed it to first. A run may have scored, but things could have been so much worse.

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Report: Alabama, Miami in negotiations to play in 2021 Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game

Alabama is getting set to open the 2017 season in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game against Florida State, and another appearance in the annual event could be arriving in the near future.

Alabama is reportedly in negotiations with Miami to square off in the 2021 installment of the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game, according to Aaron Suttles of The Tuscaloosa News, citing a source.

Both teams have not faced each other since the 1993 Sugar Bowl when Alabama defeated Miami by a score of 34-13 to capture its 12th national championship.

It was previously reported that both Louisville and Ole Miss would be competing in the 2021 Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game.

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Watch: Sano goes full Machado, makes insane play from foul territory

Miguel Sa-NO HE DIDN’T!

In the top of the fifth inning Tuesday at Target Field, the Minnesota Twins' hulking third baseman made one of the finest defensive plays of 2017, ranging to his right to haul in a hot smash off the bat of Austin Jackson and nailing the veteran speedster at first base with a sensational spinning throw from foul territory.

If that looked familiar, it’s because you saw Baltimore Orioles third baseman Manny Machado make a very similar – and similarly spectacular – play at Camden Yards back in June.

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At 36, Eli Manning predicts he can play 4 more seasons

Unlike some of his quarterbacking peers, Eli Manning is keeping expectations for the length of his career realistic.

While Tom Brady, Drew Brees, and Aaron Rodgers each believe they can play into their mid-40s, the New York Giants quarterback is targeting a slightly lower number.

"I think sitting here right now, I think I can play another four years," Manning, 36, told ESPN as he enters his 14th season.

The two-time Super Bowl champ has not missed a start since his rookie campaign, and says he's continuing to feel healthy.

"That's the way the body feels," Manning said. "Again with football, you don't know what's going to be the difference, how you're going to feel next year. And right now I still have the same enthusiasm and I'm working hard and I like doing the training and watching film and doing everything … I have to do to prepare for it.

“So I don’t see it slowing down. I think until the time comes or that changes, I’m going to keep going as hard as I can.”

As he aims for his third career Super Bowl, Manning heads into the 2017 regular season with Odell Beckham Jr., Brandon Marshall, and Sterling Shepard potentially providing him with the best receiving weapons he's ever had.

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Report: Notre Dame, Wisconsin to play series at Lambeau, Soldier Field

College football and the NFL will collide in 2020 and 2021 as Teddy Greenstein of the Chicago Tribune is reporting that Notre Dame and Wisconsin will play a home-and-home series at Lambeau Field and Soldier Field.

The official announcement will be made on Monday during a press conference at the Under Armour store in Chicago.

The 2020 game at Lambeau Field in Green Bay will act as a home game for the Badgers, while the return leg at Soldier Field in 2021 will be a Notre Dame home affair.

The two storied programs haven't met since 1964, but the Fighting Irish are experienced playing at the home of the Chicago Bears. Notre Dame is 10-0-2 all time at the venue, including a 41-3 win over Miami in its last appearance there in 2012.

Wisconsin has also played at Soldier Field previously, with the last trip in 2011 against Northern Illinois. The Russell Wilson-led Badgers hammered their opponents 49-7.

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Watch: Montage of each team’s best play in 2016-17

The 2016-17 season crowned a wholly predictable champion, but it produced a handful of memorable moments along the way.

The NBA released a compilation of last season's best play from each of the 30 teams. Included within were a smattering of game-winning baskets, a series-saving block, an incredible career milestone, and the pull-up dagger that ultimately decided the 2017 Finals.

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Each team’s best play from 1st full night of preseason action

It may only be the preseason, but Thursday featured plenty of entertaining plays from the first night of multiple exhibition games in the NFL.

With 14 teams getting their first in-game action of the 2017 season, here’s the best that each team had to offer.

Vikings 17, Bills 10

Vikings: Taylor Heinicke and Rodney Adams showed off their athleticism on a roll-out TD.

Bills: Tyrod Taylor escaped immense pressure and scrambled back to line of scrimmage.

Dolphins 23, Falcons 20

Falcons: De’Vondre Campbell plucked the ball out of the air for a one-handed pick.

Dolphins: David Fales and Damore’ea Stringfellow connected for a 99-yard TD bomb.

Ravens 23, Redskins 3

Redskins: Kirk Cousins entered the field singing Whitney Houston. It was all downhill from there.

Ravens: Tim White hauled in a deep pass to score late in the third quarter.

Jaguars 31, Patriots 24

Jaguars: Keelan Cole beat his corner to breeze in for a 97-yard TD.

Patriots: Jimmy Garoppolo scrambled and found Austin Carr for a contested TD.

Broncos 24, Bears 17

Broncos: Chris Harris Jr. picked off Mike Glennon and went for a TD on the first series.

Bears: Leonard Floyd decked Trevor Siemian for a monster sack.

Browns 20, Saints 14

Saints: Alvin Kamara escaped a pileup and broke off on a 20-yard run.

Browns: DeShone Kizer put the ball on a 52-yard frozen rope to Richard Mullaney.

Packers 24, Eagles 9

Eagles: Carson Wentz broke a tackle and hooked up with rookie Mack Hollins for a 33-yard score.

Packers: Trevor Davis scorched the Eagles with a 68-yard punt-return score.

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