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Le secret le mieux gardé du foot ? Il n'en dira rien. -- Serveurs de messagerie cryptés, réunion à huis clos, confidentialité absolue. Pour tenir secrète jusqu'au bout l'identité des lauréats du Ballon d'Or, Pascal Ferré, rédacteur en chef de France Football, s'astreint à une discipline qui frise la "paranoïa". -- Rory Smith

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Ralf Rangnick Will Manage Manchester United. For Now. -- Rangnick, an architect of the Red Bull soccer empire, will take over as United's manager while the club pursues a permanent replacement for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. -- Rory Smith

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What To Know About This Year's Thanksgiving Day N.F.L. Games -- Thursday's three games feature six teams coming off losses, with the Buffalo Bills and New Orleans Saints playing in prime time. -- Emmanuel Morgan

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When No. 1 Is a Lot Better Than No. 2 -- Gonzaga crushed U.C.L.A. in a marquee early season matchup, backing up its victory over the Bruins in last year's Final Four. -- Adam Zagoria

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A College Football Crash Course for Thanksgiving -- This weekend's rivalries could lead to some familial bickering at the dinner table. But there are national title implications, too. -- Alan Blinder

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In Buffalo, Waiting for the Canadians -- So far, relaxed travel restrictions between the United States and Canada have not led to a big influx of tourists on either side of the New York-Ontario border. Both sides are waiting, not so patiently. -- Jeff Z. Klein

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Karim Benzema, French Soccer Star, Is Convicted in Sex Tape Scandal -- The Real Madrid striker was found guilty of being part of an attempt to blackmail a fellow player, charges that had led to his being dropped from his national team for more than five years. -- Aurelien Breeden

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South Carolina Women's Basketball Soars in Place, Atop the Rankings -- The Gamecocks were already ranked No. 1 when they beat Connecticut, but the victory elevated a sense that Coach Dawn Staley is building a perennial title contender. -- Natalie Weiner

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'I Can't Just Quit' -- Sika Henry is the first African American woman to be recognized as a pro triathlete. But a horrible bicycle crash in 2019 nearly thwarted her dream. -- Alanis Thames

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Bill Virdon, Quiet Manager of Four M.L.B. Teams, Dies at 90 -- As a player, mainly for the Pirates, he was an outstanding center fielder and hit a catalytic ground ball in the 1960 World Series against the Yankees. -- Richard Goldstein

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