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BYU a bit shorthanded, due to injuries and COVID-19, vs. Troy Saturday night – Deseret News

Cougars had to shuffle their lineup in absence of starting right guard Tristen Hoge, others.

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PROVO ESPN college football analyst Rece Davis sent shockwaves through Cougar Nation Saturday morning when he said on the College GameDay program that BYU could be missing as many as 12 or 13 players in its home opener against the Troy Trojans on Saturday night.
He might have been overstating things a bit.
Sure, BYU was shorthanded. Cougar fans knew that going in because tight end Matt Bushman, running backs Hinckley Ropati and Jackson McChesney and defensive back Chaz Ah You have sustained se…

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NFL experts predict: Week 7 upsets, fantasy sleepers and Steelers-Titans picks – ESPN

Will Pittsburgh or Tennessee win the battle of the unbeatens this weekend? Our insiders answer six big questions.

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Week 7 of the 2020 NFL season brings us a coronavirus pandemic-postponed matchup that a couple of weeks later has gotten even juicier.
With some moving around of the schedule, the Pittsburgh Steelers (5-0) and Tennessee Titans (5-0) will meet in Nashville on Sunday. Now they’re two of only three undefeated teams, and the only two in the AFC.
So we asked our panel of experts for their thoughts on that matchup and their thoughts on the league’s other unbeaten team, the Seattle Seahawks (5-0). They…

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Former Steeler linebacker endorses ‘next man up’ approach with Robert Spillane – TribLIVE

Former Steelers linebacker Chad Brown knows all about the Steelers’ “next man up” mentality. He was part of it with Bill Cowher. It has continued with current head…

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Former Steelers linebacker Chad Brown knows all about the Steelers’ “next man up” mentality.
He was part of it with Bill Cowher. It has continued with current head coach Mike Tomlin.
Brown was replaced by Jerry Olsavsky for five games in 1995 when he was injured. The team went to Super Bowl XXX. Then Brown moved to outside linebacker when Greg Lloyd got hurt in 1996. And Olsavsky…

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Fantasy Football Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em: Week 7 Wide Receivers – Fades, Matchups, Sleepers & DFS Bargains – Sports Illustrated

Week 7 start ’em and sit ’em recommendations for the wide receiver position from senior fantasy football expert Michael Fabiano.

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Start ‘Em & Sit ‘Em is the ultimate weekly look at the NFL matchups and how they’ll affect your fantasy football team. Fantasy superstars such as Patrick Mahomes and Alvin Kamara will not be featured in this column. All player matchups are based on a PPR scoring system.
Be sure to check out my Week 7 PPR rankings (ETA Thursday morning publish)before finalizing any lineup decisions or if your league has special scoring rules, sign up for SI Fantasy+ for customized rankings. Members also get access…

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