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Pasqualoni talks Lions’ defense, working with Patricia & more

It was 16 years ago that Paul Pasqualoni, then the head football coach at Syracuse, gave a young defensive line coach from Amherst College – Matt Patricia – an opportunity to be an offensive graduate assistant on his staff. The two spent three years together at Syracuse before going their separate ways after Pasqualoni was relieved of coaching duties at ...

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Justify Is The Colt To Beat « Detroit News Watch

By Kevin Martin Trainer Bob Baffert has won the Kentucky Derby four times in his Hall of Fame career. He saddled the first Triple Crown winner since 1977 with American Pharoah in 2015. Needless to say, he knows how to condition a horse to be their best on the biggest days in racing. This year he enters Justify, the morning ...

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Kingham Dazzles In Debut « Detroit News Watch

Ryan Mayer The Pittsburgh Pirates drafted right-hander Nick Kingham out of high school in the fourth round of the 2010 MLB draft. After eight years, including a season and change missed due to Tommy John surgery, Kingham finally debuted with the big club over the weekend. He didn’t disappoint. Going against the St. Louis Cardinals, Kingham took a perfect game ...

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Draft grades for the Lions’ 2018 opponents

The 2018 NFL Draft is over and the Lions fared well, earning around a B in most national draft grades. So how did the Lions’ 2018 opponents do? Let’s find out: Week 1 vs. NEW YORK JETS The picks: USC QB Sam Darnold (No. 3 overall), Fort Hays State DT Nathan Shepherd (No. 72 overall), Miami TE Christopher Herndon (No. ...

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