Duke’s Historic Comeback, Brown Thanks SteelerNation, King Wins Best In Show


The #2 ranked Duke Blue Devils were down 23 points against #16 Louisville but made a historic comeback in the second half to win the game. After the game, when reporters asked Duke’s superstar Zion Williamson how they were able to make up the deficit with only 10 minutes left,  Zion repeated what Coach K told them.  “He said he don’t coach losers, only coach winners.” Duke 71, Louisville 69


Receiver Antonio Brown made it official, he’s asking for a trade and doesn’t plan on coming back to Pittsburgh. After a media frenzy this season speculating on whether Brown was playing his last game as a Steeler, he posted a video on Tuesday thanking the fans for their support over the last nine years. His post was pretty clear, “Thank you SteelerNation for a big 9 years…..time to move on and forward…….#NewDemands”.


King, a wire fox terrier, won Best in Show at the Westminster Dog Show. The wire fox terrier has now won 15 times, more than any other breed and making them the Tom Brady of dog shows.

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