Blatter wins re-election as FIFA chief In the end, nothing could stop Sepp Blatter. Not a far-reaching corruption scandal. Not a tarnished international image. Not a young prince who gave him a stronger-than-expected challenge.
FIFA chief dismisses calls for his ouster As defiant as ever, Sepp Blatter resisted calls to resign as FIFA president Thursday and deflected blame for the massive bribery and corruption scandal engulfing soccer’s world governing body.
Stars see struggles at Roland Garros For Serena Williams, it was a bad right elbow that led to some shaky serving and a dropped set. For Novak Djokovic, first it was a balky hip that needed treatment from a trainer; later came an emba...
Adkins: Cupboard not bare at Pope As Kyle Adkins takes over a Pope football program that has gone just 5-15 since its last playoff appearance in 2012, he believes his up-tempo style can turn the Greyhounds’ fortunes around quickly.
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A.F. Resnak MDJ Sports WriterThe Marietta Daily Journal