Pac-2 Champs? No. 21 Washington State tops No. 14 Oregon State 38-35
Josh Kelly had three touchdown receptions, Cameron Ward passed for 404 yards and accounted for five scores, and No. 21 Washington State withstood a late rally to upend No. 14 Oregon State 38-35 in the Pac-12 Conference opener for both teams.
Brooks and defense lead No. 3 Texas into final Big 12 season with dominant 38-6 win at Baylor
Jonathon Brooks ran for two touchdowns and No. 3 Texas got a dominant game from its defense to overpower Baylor in a 38-6 win Saturday night to launch the Longhorns into their final Big 12 season.
Pirates overcome 9-run deficit for first time in 131-season history, beat Reds 13-12
The Pittsburgh Pirates overcame a nine-run deficit for the first time in their 131-season history as Luis Rivas tied a career-high with five RBIs in a 13-12 victory that dealt a staggering blow to the Cincinnati Reds’ playoff hopes.
Bo Nix, No. 10 Oregon slam brakes on Coach Prime's 'Cinderella story' with a 42-6 rout of Colorado
Bo Nix threw for 276 yards and three touchdowns and No. 10 Oregon took some sheen off of Colorado coach Deion Sanders’ showy start to the season with a 42-6 victory over the No. 19 Buffaloes on Saturday.
Braves ace Fried returns to IL with blister issue. The lefty hopes to be back for the playoffs
The Atlanta Braves have placed ace Max Fried on the 15-day disabled list with a recurring blister issue on his left index finger, but they hope the extra rest will ensure he's ready for the NL Division Series.
Christian McCaffrey and the 49ers win 13th straight in the regular season, beat the Giants 30-12
Christian McCaffrey scored a touchdown in his 12th straight game, Brock Purdy threw two TD passes and the San Francisco 49ers won their 13th straight regular season game, 30-12 over the New York Giants.
Taking it to the streets: NHL tries to grow its game with an 'ice' hockey push Down Under
The National Hockey League is trying to build on its first foray into the Southern Hemisphere — two preseason games between the Los Angeles Kings and Arizona Coyote this weekend — by expanding its street hockey program to Australia.
Spain women's coach set to speak on eve of Sweden game amid month-long crisis at Spanish federation
Spain’s new women’s coach Montse Tomé is set to hold a news conference in Gothenburg on Thursday, a day before her soccer team tries to put off-field distractions aside to play Sweden in the Nations League.
Body camera footage shows Cavs exec Altman being told he nearly caused accident before OVI arrest
Body camera footage of Cavaliers executive Koby Altman undergoing field sobriety tests shows him being told he nearly caused an accident before being arrested and charged with driving while impaired.
Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes happy for reworked deal, chance to keep winning Super Bowls in KC
Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes says he is happy with a reworked contract that makes him the league's highest-paid player over the next four years, but also pleased in the way the deal is structured.
QB Bryce Young's status for Sunday uncertain because of ankle injury; Andy Dalton may get start
Carolina Panthers rookie quarterback Bryce Young did not participate in Wednesday’s walkthrough practice because of an ankle injury, opening the door for the possibility of veteran Andy Dalton starting on Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks.
Alabama school band director says he was 'just doing my job' before police arrested him
An Alabama high school band director says he was just “doing my job” when police officers arrested him and shocked him with a stun gun after he refused to immediately stop the band as it played in the bleachers following a football game.
Autopsy finds man who was punched at New England Patriots game before he died had medical issue
Authorities in Massachusetts announced that a man who died at a New England Patriots home game last weekend after he was punched twice in the head did not suffer a “traumatic injury” in the stands but had a medical issue.
Most of Spain's women's players end boycott of national soccer team after government intervenes
Most of Spain’s World Cup-winning players have ended their boycott of the women’s national team after the government intervened to help shape an agreement to make immediate structural changes at the country’s soccer federation.
Ohtani has elbow surgery. His doctor expects hitting return by opening day '24 and pitching by '25
Los Angeles Angels star Shohei Ohtani had elbow surgery Tuesday, and his doctor said he expects the two-way star will be available as a hitter on opening day next season and will return to the mound as a pitcher in 2025.
Deion Sanders condemns death threats against player whose late hit left Hunter with lacerated liver
Colorado coach Deion Sanders has condemned the death threats sent to Colorado State safety Henry Blackburn after his late hit that sent Buffaloes star Travis Hunter to the hospital with a lacerated liver.