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Daily Recap – September 8, 2022


Kirani James won his 3rd career Diamond League championship in Zurich today with a win in the Men’s 400 Meter (see race clip below). James, who posted a time of 44:26, also won Diamond League gold in 2011 and 2015.

Coming off an injury-shortened 2021 and held out of preseason games, Derrick Henry is hungry to get the season started.

Jalen Hurts did a sit-down interview with the Philadelphia Inquirer, and talks about the pride he has for carrying the torch for great Eagles quarterbacks of the past.

The Athletic examines Xavier McKinney’s competitive spirit, and how he has handled being on a losing team in the NFL.

Pro Football Focus asks NFL executives and scouts to weigh in on how Tua Tagovailoa will fare in Miami’s new offense.

Caroline Hardy has been hired as an assistant softball coach at UC-Santa Barbara.

Dabo Swinney received a new contract extension as the head football coach at Clemson University. Swinney’s new contract will run through the 2032 season, and will escalate from $10.5 million in 2022 to $12.5 million in 2032. Swinney’s buyout to leave Clemson for Alabama remains at 1.5 times the buyout to leave for any other school

Community Outreach

The Bradley and Nikki Bozeman Foundation hosted its inaugural packaging event at Bank of America Stadium this evening. The available slots were filled within two hours. The Foundation and volunteers assembled 1,500 SYNC Snack Boxes for distribution in areas of need in Charlotte.

Media Appearances

Links to press conferences from today:

Retin Obasohan was interviewed after Belgium clinched a spot in the Eurobasket knock-out phase.

Emma Talley appeared on SiriusXM PGA Tour Radio, and had this story about her recruitment to Alabama.

Week 1 Injury Reports

Practice Reports – Thursday:
  • Did Not Practice – N/A
  • Limited Participation – Raekwon Davis (knee), Cam Sims (concussion)
  • Full Participation – Ronnie Harrison (hamstring), Phidarian Mathis (ankle), Jaylen Waddle (quadricep)

Scenes and Highlights


  • Ross Pierschbacher – signed to the practice squad by the Detroit Lions.
  • Carson Tinker – signed to the practice squad by the Seattle Seahawks.

Game Results


ATP Cassis Open, Doubles Quarterfinal:
3-seed Saketh Myneni / Y Bhambri defeated Kahde / Sharan 6-3, 3-6, 1-0 (10-6).


Diamond League โ€“ Zurich
Menโ€™s 400m:
Kirani James โ€“ 44.26 seconds, 1st 

Diamond League โ€“ Zurich
Menโ€™s 200m:
Jereem Richards โ€“ 20.56 seconds, 7th 

Diamond League โ€“ Zurich
Womenโ€™s 200m:
Tamara Clark โ€“ 22.42 seconds, 3rd 

Diamond League โ€“ Zurich
Women's Long Jump:
Quanesha Burks โ€“ 6.54 meters, 3rd


Swiss Ladies Open Rd 1 (suspended):
Camilla Lennarth โ€“ 76, +4, T106

GPro Tour Augusta Open Rd 2:
Charlie Nikitas โ€“ 71-65, -8, T24
Dru Love โ€“ 68-70, -6, cut

Queen City Championship Rd 1:
Lauren Stephenson โ€“ 69, -3, T19
Emma Talley โ€“ 69, -3, T19
Stephanie Meadow โ€“ 71, -1, T46
Kristen Gillman โ€“ 72, E, T64
Janie Jackson โ€“ 74, +2, T106


Miami 6, Philadelphia 5. 
David Robertson (BS; L, 4-3) โ€“ 1 IP, 2 R (1 ER), 2 H, 1 BB, 3 K.

Pensacola 11, Tennessee 6.
Cobie Fletcher-Vance (3B) โ€“ 1-5, 1 single.

Northwest Arkansas 6, Wichita 3.
Tyler Gentry (LF) โ€“ 1-4, 1 single, 1 BB.

Quad Cities 6, Peoria 2.
Peyton Wilson (CF) โ€“ 2-4, 1 HR, 1 single, 1 RBI, 1 SB, 1 run.


Buffalo 31, Los Angeles Rams 10.
Aโ€™Shawn Robinson โ€“ 5 tackles.
Terrell Lewis โ€“ 3 tackles, 1 PD, 1 INT (no return).


IWBF U23 World Championships
Spain 64, France 30.
Ignacio Ortega โ€“ 32 minutes, 32 points, 15 rebounds, 8 assists.

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