Rain delay debacles cause Yankees-Indians Game 2 mess

September 30, 2020 | 8:41pm | Updated September 30, 2020 | 10:10pm What a mess. After Wednesday’s start of Game 2 of the Wild Card Series between the Yankees and Indians was delayed by nearly 45 minutes because of the threat of rain at Progressive Field in Cleveland, the game finally started — after no…

SEC waivers grant immediate eligibility for some transferring within league

7:44 PM ETChris LowCloseESPN Senior Writer College football reporter Joined ESPN.com in 2007 Graduate of the University of TennesseeMark SchlabachCloseESPN Senior WriterSenior college football writer Author of seven books on college football Graduate of the University of GeorgiaThe SEC altered its rules to allow immediate eligibility for intraconference transfers in light of the coronavirus pandemic…

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Smart on Salyer’s left tackle debut Jamaree Salyer made his debut at left tackle last Saturday against Arkansas and, overall, head coach Kirby Smart was pleased with what he saw.“Jamaree did a good job. I thought he helped lead the group. He’s probably got a little more experience than the other guys,” Smart said during…

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