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Report: RB Salzburg ‘Expect’ Christoph Freund To Stay

It appears that Christoph Freund’s rumored switch from RB Salzburg to Chelsea is not nearly as close as some reports led fans to believe. Ben Jacobs of CBS Sports has obtained a quote from the club regarding these recent reports.

The quote reads as follows: “FC Red Bull Salzburg has never been contacted from Chelsea to talk about any transfer details of Christoph Freund. We expect him to stay”.

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Jacobs notes that it is normal for a club to put out such a statement when one of their executives is rumored to be on their way out. This statement could be a form of posturing or it could be a legitimate indicator that Salzburg have no desire to entertain this possibility.

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It helps that Freund has reportedly verbally agreed to join the Blues. This may come in handy should the Austrian side

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College football rankings: Penn State surges into top 10 as notable teams hold steady in new CBS Sports 131

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Georgia remains the unanimous No. 1 team in the CBS Sports 131, our comprehensive ranking of every FBS program. While much of the top 10 remains the same after Week 3 results across college football, there is plenty of movement elsewhere as the sport’s landscape begins to take shape heading into the heart of conference play.

Each of the top seven teams from last week’s rankings — Georgia, Alabama, Ohio State, Michigan, Oklahoma, USC and Clemson — held their respective positions after wins that affirmed their statuses. But while that top tier of the sport seems to be solidified for the moment, there are a handful of worthy contenders starting to knock at the door of elite status.

Kentucky (No. 8) and Oklahoma State (No. 9) both moved up two spots into the top 10 while improving to 3-0 over the weekend. The wins, both over FCS

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What CBS Sports’ Week 1 prediction says about Texans’ offense

The Houston Texans are seven-point underdogs to the Indianapolis Colts in Week 1. The AFC South showdown inside NRG Stadium on Sunday at 12:00 pm Central Time may be a good chance for the Colts to start 1-0.

According to Pete Prisco from CBS Sportsthe Colts will inaugurate the Matt Ryan era with a win, and he actually expects a close game with Indianapolis prevailing 31-27.

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This will be Matt Ryan‘s first game as the Colts quarterback after coming over in a trade. Ryan is still more than capable of lighting things up, which will prove to be a challenge for the Texans defense. They also can pound Jonathan Taylor. Davis Mills looked good for the Texans late last year, which will carry over here. Look for a lot of points in a tight game.

The 31 points from Indianapolis is the precise point

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Sports Fource Extra Week Three

SIOUX CITY (KTIV) – It is week three of Sports Fource Extra, and week three is just enough time where teams start getting tested to see how well they hold up.

We have battles between undefeated teams, and great matchups from all around Siouxland as always.

FINAL SCORES:

Randolph 6 Holy Family 26 F

Sgt. Bluff-Luton 14 Harlan 42 F

Hartington CC 35 Yutan 6 F

Yankton 41 Watertown 7 F

Stanton 37 Weeping Water 14 F

Homer 57 Omaha Christian Academy 20 F

Oakland-Craig 20 Malcom 22 F

Clarkson-Leigh 22 Bancroft-Rosalie 0 F

Vermillion 22 Milbank 16 F

Elkhorn Valley 28 Hartington-N’Castle 18 F

Dakota Valley 14 SF Christian 24 F

Gayville-Volin 0 Avon 28 F

South Sioux City 40 Omaha NW 20 F

Remsen St. Marys 73 Siouxland Christian 0 F

North Union 0 St. Ansgar 48 F

Viborg-Hurley 0 Bon Homme 20 F

Winnebago 60 St. French

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College football schedule, games 2022: What to watch in Week 2, TV channels, Saturday kickoff times

Week 2 of the 2022 college football season includes huge nononference matchups, key conference games and enough star power to keep you engaged Saturday from from first kick to final whistle. In the marquee showdown of the day, No. 1 Alabama will travel to Texas to take on the Longhorns in the first meeting between the two tradition-rich programs since the Crimson Tide knocked off the Longhorns in the 2010 BCS Championship Game following the 2019 season.

Elsewhere, No. 25 Tennessee will travel to No. 17 Pittsburgh in what should be a wild affair, No. 20 Kentucky will play upstart No. 12 Florida in The Swamp and No. Baylor will visit Provo to take on No. 21 BYU in what should be a nice late-night treat for those who enjoy staying up super-late on Saturday night/Sunday morning.

The action on Saturday is aplenty, and below we have provided a handy

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