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Boston College kicks the ball to Notre Dame during the third quarter of the Shamrock Series NCAA college football game at Fenway Park. (Charles Krupa/AP)
Boston College kicks the ball to Notre Dame during the third quarter of the Shamrock Series NCAA college football game at Fenway Park. (Charles Krupa/AP)
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We talk sports with Shira Springer.

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Shria Springer, investigative reporter for the Sports section of the Boston Globe. She tweets @ShiraSpringer.

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The Boston Globe: DraftKings Seeks To Avert N.Y. Shutdown At Court Hearing Today

  • "A judge is expected to hear different interpretations of how the country’s two biggest daily fantasy sports companies operate at a hearing Wednesday on whether the businesses should be allowed to continue operating in New York."

The Boston Globe: Even As They Win Again, Patriots Are Looking Vulnerable

  • "The Patriots just got their butts kicked by both the Giants and Bills . . . and won both games because the other guys could not finish the job. The Patriots staggered to a 20-13 victory over the (ever-able-to-beat-themselves) Buffalo Bills Monday night. The Patriots could be on their way to 16-0. We still think they’ll make it all the way to Super Bowl 50 in Santa Clara. But is what we are watching really a sustainable formula for a championship?"

WBUR: Football Returns To Fenway

  • "Football returns to Fenway Park Saturday night for the first time since 1968. Fenway is known for baseball — as the home of the Red Sox since 1912, it is the oldest ballpark in the major leagues — but it has also played host to hundreds of football games from high school and college to amateurs and the pros."

This segment aired on November 25, 2015.

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