Whitlock, at 72, became the first septuagenarian to crack the three-hour mark with a world

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Whitlock, at 72, became the first septuagenarian to crack the three-hour mark with a world
marathon record of 2 hours 59 minutes 10 seconds at the 2003 Toronto Waterfront Marathon.
John Andariese, the avuncular, white-haired Knicks radio
and television analyst for more than 30 years, whose partners included Marv Albert and Gus Johnson, died Monday, the team confirmed.
John Andariese had it all.”
In 2014, two years after retiring from calling Knicks games, he received the Curt Gowdy Media Award from the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame.
Tebow singled in an exhibition game against the Miami Marlins in Port St. Lucie, Fla. Tebow was hitless in his first
eight at-bats in spring training before his opposite-field single leading off the bottom of the fifth inning.
Two former Penn State administrators admitted to mishandling child-sexual-abuse allegations against Jerry Sandusky, pleading guilty more than five years after a scandal rocked the university
and led to the downfall of the football coach Joe Paterno.
Tim Curley, a 62-year-old former athletic director,
and Gary Schultz, 67, a onetime vice president, could get up to five years in prison for misdemeanor child endangerment.
Ed Whitlock, an English-born Canadian runner who became the first septuagenarian to run a marathon in under three hours, died Monday.
Herrera was booked twice — the first time harshly — for fouling Chelsea winger Eden Hazard, leaving United a man down from the 35th minute.

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