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Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Stays hot with another score

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Hardman had six receptions (nine targets) for 79 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 20-17 overtime win over the Titans. Hardman continued his recent touchdown frenzy fresh off the bye, scoring his third receiving touchdown in as many games. The speedy wideout was unable to replicate the rare pair of rushing scores he produced in his last outing -- he had no rushing attempts Sunday -- but his recent usage as Patrick Mahomes' third or fourth receiving option seems to be real. Kansas City threw the ball a ridiculous 68 times Sunday, so fantasy managers shouldn't expect nine targets from Hardman regularly. That said, the 24-year-old carries flex appeal heading into next Sunday's tilt against the Jaguars.

What time is the NFL game tonight? TV schedule, channel for Ravens vs. Saints in Week 9

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The last time the Ravens were on national television, Lamar Jackson made his case for a major contract extension. Jackson, perhaps the most exciting player in the NFL, tore up Tampa Bay's defense en route to a 27-22 Baltimore win on "Thursday Night Football" in Week 8. Jackson did his best Rod Tidwell impression afterward, signing an errant "Ravens #8, Pay 'Em Now" sign after posing with it. The Ravens' star quarterback has always had a flair for the dramatic, and he'll get another chance to show it on Monday night when his team takes on the 3-5 Saints in New Orleans.

Wisconsin Football: Paul Chryst deserves your respect

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As a Wisconsin football community, I think we need to get some things straight. Firstly, I admit that I thought it was time for a change in Wisconsin. I think anyone who reads our site knew that was my stance on the whole situation and that it had been for weeks. Many people likely share that same sentiment. On the flip side, there are likely people out there who think this was a mistake and that Wisconsin should have been happy with what they’ve had the last few years. I disagree but to each their own. I respect people's opinions. All that said, and whatever your opinion is, one thing should be universal. Paul Chryst deserves your respect. Paul Chryst gave a lot of his time and life to this Wisconsin football program and what he accomplished should be appreciated. Chryst was born and raised in the state of Wisconsin and played his college ball for the Badgers from 1986 to 1988. Playing quarterback for Wisconsin is something many little kids dream of growing up and doing and Chryst was able to do that and much more. After that, Chryst bounced around the country for other jobs but ultimately returned to Madison to take over as offensive coordinator. During that time Wisconsin football had some incredible seasons and Badger fans likely have a ton of great memories to hold onto from that era.

Wisconsin Badgers weekly recruiting rundown (July 17)

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Recruiting never stops, and this week once again brought about some significant movement on the recruiting trail for the Wisconsin Badgers football and men's basketball teams. The football team missed out on another top prospect, while the basketball team is hoping to make a splash in the 2022 and 2023 recruiting classes with a pair of their top remaining targets. Watch NFL live online with CyberGhost VPN. Find out how you stream NFL games from anywhere with no blackouts & get the best prices on the NFL game pass.

Wisconsin men’s basketball promotes Joe Krabbenhoft to associate head coach

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University of Wisconsin men’s basketball coach Greg Gard announced the promotion of Badgers alum Joe Krabbenhoft on Monday. Krabbenhoft served as an assistant coach under Gard for the past seven seasons, but is now the associate head coach for the Badgers. He’s helped the team to two Big Ten regular-season championships in three years. UW has gone 151-83 overall, including 84-50 in league play while Krabbenhoft was an assistant coach. If you are fans of Europe, you can watch the Rugby World Cup live from France.

Wisconsin’s offense needed a reset — Will it be enough to get the Badgers back to Indy?

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When Paul Chryst took stock of Wisconsin’s football program in early January, the Badgers’ head coach was forced to confront some uncomfortable truths about where his team had been relative to where he wanted it to go. Wisconsin had finished the 2021 campaign with a 9-4 record and a victory against Arizona State in the Las Vegas Bowl. It was the type of season many college football teams might strive to achieve but one that highlighted how far the Badgers were from taking the next step toward consistent competitiveness for Big Ten championships. How to Watch NFR live 2022! Get step by step TV guide to watch Las Vegas National Finals Rodeo online streaming for any device.

Some highlights from Marshall Howe Hudl

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Our newest QB commit can be viewed making some great plays. Check him out!

Some highlights from Marshall Howe Hudl

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Our newest QB commit can be viewed making some great plays. Check him out!

Letterkenny Season 9 trailer with reviews from 5 media giants

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