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Maryland hasn’t played the same opponent on back-to-back nights since January 1949 at Miami.
The game at Texas Southern was thrown together Friday, about 30 hours before tip-off, when Texas Southern also had an opponent suddenly cancel because of the virus.
At just 19, he’s accustomed to being hunted by every opponent and still finding a way to make you remember him.
First off, California may have been Democratic-leaning in 2003, but it has a notably deeper shade of blue today, which will make it more challenging for Newsom’s opponents to engineer his ouster.
Campbell said she simply doesn’t buy into vacation rental opponents’ thinking that banning them altogether is possible.
The Cavaliers have had four games postponed, and a December matchup with Michigan State canceled, because of coronavirus-related issues within both their program and those of their opponents.
Wright ran ahead of the president, defeating a Democratic opponent by nine points.
REP. RON WRIGHT HAS DIED AFTER BATTLE WITH COVID-19PAULINA FIROZI, DAVID WEIGELFEBRUARY 8, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Players drive a vehicle around the pitch trying to score by putting a big ball into their opponent’s goal.
This Maryland team has shown flashes of potential, but with holes in the roster that opponents can exploit, the Terps need their best players to perform well to have a chance to win.
The 76-year-old’s chief opponent, Bobi Wine, says he will contest the results despite being afraid for his life, and urged peaceful rejection to his supporters.

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