PSG vs. Manchester United on CBS All Access: Live stream UEFA Champions League, how to watch on TV, odds, news

A massive Champions League showdown awaits on Tuesday as Manchester United visit the Parc de Princes to take on last season’s runners-up Paris Saint-Germain on Matchday 1. Both teams are in Group H, joined by Istanbul Basaksehir and RB Leipzig, with these two being the early favorites to advance from the group stage despite RB Leipzig being a UCL semifinalist a season ago. As always, there are high expectations for United, but they’ve stumbled out of the gates in the Premier League with PSG the firm favorite to win this one. 

Here’s how you can watch the match and what to know:

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Date: Tuesday, Oct. 20 | Time: 3 p.m. ET
Location: Parc de Princes — Paris, France
TV and Live stream: CBS All Access
Odds: PSG -185; Draw +340; Man United +470 (via William Hill Sportsbook) 

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Steelers host punter and linebacker for workouts Monday

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The Steelers bring in a familiar face at punter as well as an candidate for linebacker.

The Pittsburgh Steelers continued their due diligence when it comes to making the most of their roster with the best possible players. On Monday, the Steelers brought in two players for workouts in linebacker Ray Wilborn and punter Jordan Berry. This per Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle:

Wilborn spent training camp with the Atlanta Falcons after going undrafted in the 2020 NFL draft out of Ball State. In his two years at Ball State, Wilborn had 166 tackles, three sacks, four interceptions, eight passes defensed, and two forced fumbles.

Another intriguing player who was brought in was former Steelers punter Jordan Berry. Released by the Steelers following training camp, Berry was replaced on the 2020 roster with veteran Dustin Colquitt.

Although the move to the former Pro Bowl punter to start the season saved the Steelers some money in regards to the NFL salary cap, the production of Colquitt has been met with mixed reviews. The Steelers are currently 28th in the NFL in yards per punt with a 43.1 average.

In his five years in Pittsburgh, Jordan Berry had a career average of 44.2 yards per punt with 2019 being one of his better years at 45.5 yards per punt. Unfortunately, Berry also had two fumbles for the Steelers in 2019.

It’s interesting how the Steelers brought Berry back for a tryout as they currently have two punters among their 69 players as the Steelers also have also have Corliss Waitman on the practice squad.

While bringing in players for a workout doesn’t mean the Steelers are making a move, it will be interesting to see what the Steelers do with both their punting and linebacker situation moving forward. With Devin Bush reportedly out for the season, the Steelers should be making a move at the position when they place Bush on the Reserve/Injured List.

As for the situation at punter, if the Steelers were completely content there would have been no need to bring in Berry for a workout. Perhaps the move is merely a wake-up call for the veteran Colquitt.

Stay tuned to Behind The Steel Curtain for continued coverage as the undefeated Pittsburgh Steelers take on the undefeated Tennessee Titans this Sunday in Nashville.

Pete Prisco's NFL Week 6 picks: Steelers cool off Rival Browns, Bills bounce back to stun Chiefs,

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I can’t lie. I am on a bit of a heater right now with my picks.

That’s why I go into every week just waiting to cool down. It has to happen, right? It will happen, right?

I sure hope not. 

I went 8-5 against the spread last week — we didn’t pick the Bills-Titans game — to up my record to 45-30-1. I was 8-5 straight up as well to go to 51-24-1 on the season. My Best Bets on the Pick Six Podcast were 4-2 ATS to get to 20-9-1 on the year. 

Yes, they are taking to calling me Pandemic Pete on the podcast since it appears to be my year with the picks. 

Let’s keep it that way.

Who’ll win and cover in Week 6? Pete Prisco, R.J. White and SportsLine’s Kenny White

Le'Veon Bell's contract details with Chiefs revealed: Here's how much Kansas City is reportedly paying him

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If one thing has become clear about Le’Veon Bell over the past few days, it’s that his decision to sign with the Chiefs on Thursday definitely didn’t have anything to do with money. Although Bell has done everything in his career to try and get top dollar, the three-time Pro Bowl running back didn’t exactly break the bank in Kansas City. 

According to, Bell’s one-year contract with the Chiefs is going to pay him a base salary of $1 million. However, since the season is already five weeks old, Bell won’t even be getting all of that because his contract will be prorated, which means he’s only going to take home a total of roughly $690,000 in base salary this year. 

The good news for Bell is that he’ll be able to earn some extra

UFC 254 — Khabib Nurmagomedov vs. Justin Gaethje fight card: Storylines to watch on Fight Island

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The next super-fight in an already loaded 2020 slate for the UFC is upon us this Saturday as unbeaten lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov faces interim titleholder Justin Gaethje at UFC 254 in Abu Dhabi. The 155-pound unification bout headlines a fight card on Yas Island, better known as “Fight Island” as it’s been dubbed by UFC president Dana White, and remains one of the most anticipated of the calendar year. 

Let’s take a closer look at the storylines surrounding this weekend’s pay-per-view event highlighting the month of October for the UFC. 

1. How will Khabib be affected by father’s death? 

Nurmagomedov, during an early UFC teleconference to promote the fight, seemed to roundly shut down any further mention of the topic given the pain he is dealing with from the July death of the man who taught

Cowboys' Leighton Vander Esch cleared to return from injured reserve vs. Cardinals in Week 6

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Leighton Vander Esch is officially back. The former first-round pick entered the 2020 season with high expectations not simply for his production, but for his health. He suffered a season-ending neck injury in 2019 that required surgery to repair, and repeatedly noted how great he felt ahead of this year’s opener, but a fractured collarbone suffered early on against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 1 has since seen him sidelined on injured reserve. He’d undergo a procedure to fix that issue as well, and had at least a minimal chance at returning against the New York Giants in Week 5, but the Dallas Cowboys decided to err on the side of caution and sit him an additional week. 

With that added week of rest and an additional day granted by virtue of the Cowboys readying

The first NBA champion from each country

By | October 19, 2020

More than ever, the NBA has become an international game over the past couple of decades.

Superstar players like Dirk NowitzkiGiannis Antetokounmpo and Luka Doncic are sprouting up from all over the world and dominating the formerly American-driven league at levels previously unforeseen.

As such, the league has seen NBA champions from countries all over the world, from Greece to the Republic of Congo to Germany to Great Britain to Brazil and Argentina – and so many more.

Below, you can check out the first NBA champion from each country in this gallery we put together.

Greece: Kostas Antetokounmpo

Won the title with the Lakers in 2020

Cameroon: Pascal Siakam

Won the title with the Raptors in 2019
Playoff stats: 19.0 ppg, 7.1 rpg, 2.8 apg, 47.0

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Chiefs vs. Bills: Monday Night Football double header open thread

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An AFC and NFC double header in prime time to finish out Week 6!

It is hard to believe, and some might still struggle with it, but NFL football is back!

It wasn’t always certain there would be a return of America’s favorite game, but here we are, finishing up Week 6 with another Monday Night Football double header between the Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills going head-to-head at 5 p.m. ET, and the Cowboys and Cardinals squaring off at 8:15 p.m. ET.

While this isn’t the first NFL game of the 2020 season, our new commenting system remains a work in progress. While improvements have been made, and they aren’t done with those improvements, just wanted to put a message here from NFL Manager Jeanna Thomas about the system:

Here are a few features that you might want to include in game day thread articles, to help your community enjoy the game day threads more:

If you change the ‘Sort By’ option to “Oldest,” you can read all the comments in chronological order, and the comment box moves to the bottom. If you leave it as “Newest”, the latest comments will appear at the top.

If you’re using a computer, you can move down the comments using C, and move back up using shift-C by clicking once inside the comments area. This can also be used to ‘load more’ comments.

Under the ‘My Profile’ tab, you can keep track of replies to your comments, and also sign up for email notifications of replies

If you want to auto-show all images/GIFs/Tweets, you can opt into this under My Profile – Preferences

As always, we’re continuing to improve the system, and will be watching how everyone is using it on game days – and if you or your community have suggestions on how we can further improve the game day thread experience, we’d love for you/them to join our commenting feedback group: or you can email

For those wondering, you can enjoy some lively commentary with the best Steelers fans across the globe in the open thread for all BTSC members in the comment section below. Let’s remember to keep it clean, respect everyone’s thoughts and ideas, and ultimately remember we’re all here for the same reason—to root for the Steelers!

If you don’t want to hear the talking heads babble on about the two teams playing tonight, you can always watch the game on mute and listen to some of our great Steelers podcasts. Check out the playlist below:

So enjoy the game and be sure to follow BTSC for all the latest news surrounding the team throughout the game and afterwards!


Meet Dayfri, the baseball player turned NBA 2K League superstar

By | October 19, 2020

Ryan Conger, also known as Dayfri, is a former college baseball player from Texas who now makes his living as a professional NBA 2K player.

Despite originally going against the wishes of his family, the power forward was a second-round pick by his hometown Mavs Gaming in the inaugural NBA 2K League Draft back in 2018.

Conger, once perceived as a toxic teammate, was traded to Wizards District Gaming in 2019. He has gone in to change his reputation, also becoming the first big man to win NBA 2K League Finals MVP in August 2020.

Please note that this transcription is minorly edited for brevity and clarity.

How long are you around today, just so I can be mindful?

Ryan Conger: I’m free. All I do is play video games.

Well, let’s start there. When your friends and family

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