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Browns feel ‘straight excitement’ in win over Colts, extend win streak in thrilling fashion

The Browns proved Sunday they can find success against some of the best teams in the NFL, but the win didn’t come without adversity.

Cleveland was without top running back RB Nick Chubb and two key defensive players in DT Larry Ogunjobi and S Karl Joseph. The Browns knew they would need to rely on some of their depth to find a winning performance against the Colts, and they needed another big week from their top playmakers, too, to prove that the excitement from their three-game win streak wasn’t going to be short-lived.

Stefanski had found a winning formula with his offense through running the football. The Browns totaled 307 rushing yards last week against the Dallas Cowboys and proved to be a nearly unstoppable team when the run game was at its peak form. The Colts defense, however, had the fourth-best rushing defense in the league, and that meant

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Sei Young Kim fires 63 to seal KPMG Women’s PGA, first major win

NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa. — Sei Young Kim shot a 7-under 63 on Sunday to earn her first major title at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship.

The 27-year-old South Korean finished at 14-under 266 at Aronimink Golf Course, winning the major that had eluded her so far in her career. Kim had 10 wins entering the tournament, which made her the winningest active player without a major championship.

Her 63 was the best round of the tournament. She finished 5 shots ahead of runner-up Inbee Park, who shot a solid 65 on Sunday.

“Sei Young was just really untouchable,” Park said.

Kim, a 2016 Olympian, was runner-up at the 2015 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship and tied for second at the Evian Championship in 2018. Kim held the 54-hole lead at a major once, at the 2015 ANA Inspiration, where she finished in a tie for fourth.

She sealed the championship with

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Women’s Super League: Chelsea 3-1 Manchester City – Mjelde, Kerr & Kirby earn win

Chelsea's Maren Mjelde's scores from the penalty spot against Manchester City
Maren Mjelde’s first-half penalty was her second goal of the season

Maren Mjelde’s controversial first-half penalty set reigning Women’s Super League champions Chelsea on their way to victory in a lively tussle with last season’s runners-up Manchester City.

Mjelde slotted home after City’s Ellen White was penalised for handball, although the ball struck Demi Stokes.

But fortunate as their opener was, Chelsea dominated the second half.

Sam Kerr tapped in a second and, after Chloe Kelly’s penalty gave City hope, Kirby’s composed finish made it 3-1.

England striker Kirby, playing wide on the right, was the standout performer in a stylish win that extends Chelsea’s unbeaten WSL run to 25 games and takes them up to third in the table after four games.

A thrilling first league meeting between the two sides this season went the same way as Chelsea’s 2-0 Community Shield success in August.

City, who are fifth

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Peru State’s new coach got his first win in remarkable fashion | Local sports



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Peru State running back Ki’Jana Owens had a career-high 173 rushing yards against Baker last week, including 142 in the second half.




Peru State looked like a different team during the second half of last Saturday’s game, turning a 10-3 halftime deficit into a 30-17 win over previously unbeaten Central Methodist.

Coach Casey Creehan offered a simple explanation for the turnaround.

“Our execution wasn’t where it needed to be” in the first 1½ games, said Creehan, whose team lost its opener 41-2 before last weekend’s comeback. “In the second half, we just executed better.”

It’s understandable that it took the Bobcats time to get on the same page.

Creehan, who coached Lyon College in Arkansas last season, took over at Peru at the beginning of March — just ahead of COVID-19 shutting down campuses for the rest of the spring.

Peru’s first two scheduled games were postponed

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Peru State’s new coach got his first win in remarkable fashion | Sport



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Peru State running back Ki’Jana Owens had a career-high 173 rushing yards against Baker last week, including 142 in the second half.




Peru State looked like a different team during the second half of last Saturday’s game, turning a 10-3 halftime deficit into a 30-17 win over previously unbeaten Central Methodist.

Coach Casey Creehan offered a simple explanation for the turnaround.

“Our execution wasn’t where it needed to be (in the first game and a half),” said Creehan, whose team lost its opener 41-2. “In the second half, we just executed better.”

It’s understandable that it took the Bobcats time to get on the same page.

Creehan, who coached Lyon College in Arkansas last season, took over at Peru at the beginning of March — just ahead of COVID-19 shutting down campuses for the rest of the spring.

Peru’s first two scheduled games were postponed by COVID

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Enter to win a Tesla Model 3 by donating to a good cause

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A $10 donation will get you 100 entries to win.
A $10 donation will get you 100 entries to win.

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TL;DR: Get 100 entries to win a 2020 Tesla Model 3 for just $10 as of Oct. 9. 


We love a raffle, and here’s a particularly good one: Enter to win a brand new Tesla Model 3 by simply donating to a good cause.

The more you donate, the more entries you’ll get in this 2020 Tesla Model 3 giveaway. Remember last month when we discussed how you could win a brand-new autopilot vehicle for free? Well, you could increase your chance to win (by a lot) by donating to benefit the Playing For Change Foundation.

A donation of just $10 will earn you 100 entries in

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Two women share chemistry Nobel in historic win for ‘genetic scissors’

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Emmanuelle Charpentier (L) and Jennifer Doudna began a formidable partnership in 2011

Two scientists have been awarded the 2020 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for developing the tools to edit DNA.

Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna are the first two women to share the prize, which honours their work on the technology of genome editing.

Their discovery, known as Crispr-Cas9 “genetic scissors”, is a way of making specific and precise changes to the DNA contained in living cells.

They will split the prize money of 10 million krona (£861,200; $1,110,400).

Biological chemist Pernilla Wittung-Stafshede, commented: “The ability to cut DNA where you want has revolutionised the life sciences.”

Not only has the women’s technology been transformative for basic research, it could also be used to treat inherited illnesses.

Prof Charpentier, from the Max Planck Unit for the Science of Pathogens in Berlin, said it was

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Helping kids fall in love with music can help you win a Tesla Model 3

We’ve been loving the Tesla Model 3 for so long that it only seemed natural for us to get you in on the fun too. That’s why we not only want to give you a $40,000 Tesla Model 3, we want to make that winning as quick and easy as possible AND help out an amazing cause. It’s just a full plate of win topped with some extra win and a final dollop of win right on top.

Entering the sweepstakes for this dream machine is about as simple as it comes. All you have to do is fill in the short entry form, hit send and you’re in the drawing for this luxury ride.

Of course, for a grand-scale contest, you won’t be the only entry. And when you’re up against thousands of others to take home a prize this fantastic, you need to take advantage of every opportunity

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You Could Win a $1,000 Shopping Spree from the Veterans Canteen Service

The Veterans Canteen Service is offering vets enrolled in Department of Veterans Affairs health care, their families and VA employees a chance to win the grand prize of a $1,000 shopping spree just in time for the holidays.

To enter the contest, just create a free account with ShopVCS.com. No purchase is necessary.

The Veterans Canteen Service (VCS) has physical locations at many VA medical centers, and its online store at ShopVCS.com offers name-brand savings on everything from sunglasses to tires to electronic goods.

Besides its normal discounted prices on products, the VCS also offers sales-tax free shopping.

Anyone who creates a free account at ShopVCS.com from now until the end of October will be automatically entered into the contest for a chance to win one $1,000 shopping spree.

Besides the wide array of products offered online, the VCS sells a huge collection of apparel and gear that honors your

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2 women win Nobel Prize in chemistry for gene-editing method

The scientists’ work allows for laser-sharp snips in long strings of DNA, permitting researchers to precisely edit specific genes to remove errors that lead to disease.

“There is enormous power in this genetic tool, which affects us all,” said Claes Gustafsson, chair of the Nobel Committee for Chemistry. “It has not only revolutionized basic science, but also resulted in innovative crops and will lead to groundbreaking new medical treatments.”

“My greatest hope is that it’s used for good, to uncover new mysteries in biology, and to benefit humankind,” said Doudna, who is age 56 and works at the University of California at Berkeley.

But many have cautioned that the technology must be used carefully. In 2018, Chinese scientist He Jiankui revealed he had helped make the world’s first gene-edited babies, to try to engineer resistance to future infection with the AIDS virus. His work was publicly condemned as unsafe human

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