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Late INT Clinches Colorado Upset At Oregon

Steven Montez threw for 333 yards and three touchdowns in his first career start and Colorado upset Oregon 41-38 on Saturday thanks to a late red-zone interception. It's the Buffaloes' first victory over the Ducks since joining the Pac-12 in 2011. More»
College Football

No. 4 Wolverines Trounce Overmatched PSU

De'Veon Smith led an overwhelming ground game with 107 yards and a touchdown, and No. 4 Michigan routed Penn State 49-10 on Saturday in both teams' Big Ten opener. The Wolverines scored six TDs on the ground and finished with 326 yards rushing. More»
College Football

West Virginia Holds Off BYU Rally

Skyler Howard passed for 332 yards and accounted for two touchdowns and Rasul Douglas returned an interception 54 yards for a score as West Virginia beat BYU 35-32 Saturday to head into Big 12 play unbeaten. More»
Matt Brown

Vols' Comeback Ends Gators' Streak

At long last, the streak is over. After losing 11 straight games to rival Florida, Tennessee fell behind by three touchdowns in the first half on Saturday. It didn't matter. The No. 14 Volunteers staged a big rally and came from behind to beat the Gators 38-28. More»
Matt Brown

Duke Upset Adds To Notre Dame Angst

Notre Dame started the season with the world's best quarterback controversy and College Football Playoff hopes. By the end of September, just about all the positive attention has already receded from South Bend after a 38-35 upset loss to Duke. More»
College Football

Cook, Seminoles Rebound With Big Win At USF

Dalvin Cook rushed for a career-high 267 yards and two touchdowns Saturday as No. 13 Florida State rebounded from the most lopsided loss in school history with a 55-35 rout of previously unbeaten South Florida. More»
Matt Brown

Ole Miss' Big Lead Stays Safe Vs. UGA

Ole Miss already blew big leads to Florida State and Alabama to start this season, so it was easy to be wary of a big lead against Georgia. But the Rebels left no doubt on Saturday, cruising to a 45-14 win over the Bulldogs. More»
Cy Brown

Arsenal Finally Beats Chelsea

Arsenal scored in the 11th minute to break a 10-game goalless drought against Chelsea. Then the Gunners scored twice more in the first half on the way to a dominant 3-0 win, and bragging rights over Chelsea for the first time in years. More»
Matt Brown

Badgers Stun MSU With Runaway Win

Entering the season, it was easy to be skeptical about Wisconsin, which faced one of the most difficult schedules in the country. The Badgers have answered critics, beating LSU in Week 1 and adding another impressive win, 30-6, at Michigan State on Saturday. More»
Will Leitch

Playoff Dossier: The Texas Rangers

We are perilously, thrillingly close to the beginning of the MLB postseason. Over the next two weeks, we'll be doing a Playoff Dossier of every team that has clinched a spot in the playoffs. Today, the Texas Rangers. More»
College Football

Williams Leads Utes To 31-27 Rally Over USC

Troy Williams threw for 270 yards and two touchdown and ran for another score to propel No. 24 Utah to a 31-27 comeback win over USC on Friday, capped by a long TD drive in the final minutes of the game. With the loss, the Trojans have started the season 1-3. More»
Terence Moore

Clevenger Shows His Cowardice

Steve Clevenger should know the following that was first uttered by Socrates, Yogi Berra or maybe just me: If you are bold enough to say it, you should have the courage to own it. The backup catcher proved to be a racist and a coward. More»
Alex Wong

KG's Out, But Passion Never Left

After reaching a buyout agreement with the Minnesota Timberwolves on Friday, Kevin Garnett has decided to retire after 21 seasons. KG leaves the game as one of the best power forwards in history. And one of the most intense players ever. More»
Cliff Corcoran

Spoiler Alert: Teams on A Mission

We've come to the final stretch of the regular season, which means there will be a few teams playing the role of spoilers. Which teams will cause the most trouble for those fighting for a spot in the postseason? More»
Terence Moore

Tech Crunch: Clemson Stings Jackets

With Clemson's 26-7 dismantling of Georgia Tech Thursday night still fresh on everybody's mind, coach Dabo Swinney nitpicked his team's few flaws. But everybody saw the same thing: a national title contender. More»
David Ubben

Defense Fueling Aggies' Resurgence

Anyone watching knew Texas A&M needed a defense, and Kevin Sumlin has finally found a good one. It might just be a great one, and it's put the Aggies in position to hope for their best season yet as a member of the SEC entering Saturday's showdown with Arkansas. More»
Michael Tunison

After Further Review: Hawks' Offense

The Seattle Seahawks offense has struggled through the first two games of the season. They just haven't been able to get into a rhythm yet. Is it part of a downward trend for this year, or is it just a slow start? More»
Michael Klopman

Into The Wild Card: Easiest Paths

While most of the division races will be locked up soon, the Wild Card races are far from finished. Which teams in the hunt for the Wild Card Game have the easiest schedules down the final stretch? More»
Matt Brown

College Football Pick 'Em: Week 4

Week 4 of the college football season is upon us, and for many teams, that means the start of conference play. And for some -- Tennessee, UCLA and Arkansas -- it means crucial games in which they're trying to end losing streaks to their opponents. More»
Thursday Night Football

Pats Keep Rolling, Even With QB 3

It didn't matter that the New England Patriots had to go with their No. 3 quarterback, Jacoby Brissett this week. He and running back LeGarrette Blount led the Pats (3-0) to a blowout win over the Houston Texans (2-1) at home on Thursday night. More»
Will Leitch

Best W.S. Winner: Round of 64

It's time for the ultimate baseball bracket of all baseball brackets. You've voted on best stadium, jersey, hat and throwback uniform. Now, get ready for the most important vote. Which World Series-winning team was the best of them all? More»
Will Leitch

Playoff Odds: Last Chances

With just a few series left in baseball's regular season, there are plenty of teams that technically have a chance at making the postseason. One last time, here are the odds for every team still fighting to play in October. More»
Manny Randhawa

Cards Enjoying Bliss Of Aledmys

If the St. Louis Cardinals end up taking one of the National League Wild Card spots, don't be surprised if rookie shortstop Aledmys Diaz becomes yet another one of the franchise's unexpected playoff stars. More»
Will Leitch

Baseball Gets Wild, Others Don't

Don't let the Wild Card races fool you. While the teams fighting for those spots have had rocky seasons, the Wild Card teams can easily make deep playoff runs and even win the World Series. More»
David Ubben

CFB Players Still Dropping the Ball

It's become an epidemic in college football that doesn't appear to be stopping: players dropping the ball before they cross the goal line, wiping out touchdowns. It's hardly new, either, as former Kansas State CB Nigel Malone knows all too well. More»
Matt Brown

Gators-Vols: History of Heartache

Florida vs. Tennessee is still a relatively young rivalry, but even some of its early history fell into the pattern we've seen of the past 25 years: a rivalry capable of inflicting the type of angst on the losing team that few other rivalries are capable of matching. More»
Len Hochberg

Tour Championship: What to Watch

You may not be ready for golf's TOUR Championship. But you should be. Dustin Johnson heads into the tournament at the top of the FedExCup point standings, but there are plenty of stars right behind him. More»
Anthony Castrovince

October Matchups We'd Love To See

October baseball is coming soon, and there are plenty of intriguing playoff matchups that could occur when the regular season is all wrapped up. While any postseason series is great, here are the ones that would provide a little something extra. More»
Injury News

Surgery for AP: Out At Least Three Months

Vikings running back Adrian Peterson will undergo surgery on his right knee after suffering a torn meniscus against the Packers on Sunday. The Vikings announced that he could miss three-to-four months, but hope to have him back this season. More»
Terence Moore

Cunningham Talks Cam Newton

It's a different world in the NFL nowadays when it comes to the quarterback position. And with that in mind, Randall Cunningham spoke about the differences between his NFL and the one Cam Newton is playing in right now. More»
Will Leitch

Drama of One Game Hard to Beat

The Wild Card Game will celebrate its fifth birthday this October. And while the one-game playoff contest may not feel fair, each one has been packed with excitement. Here is a ranking of all eight so far in terms of drama. More»
Mike Lupica

Wild About Cards, Not Stan Who Ran

Yes, St. Louis is going through its first football season in two decades without the Rams. But the Rams were never nearly as important to St. Louis residents as the Cardinals. This is a baseball town -- and always will be. More»
Matt Brown

College Football's 3-0 Mystery Teams

We have learned a lot through three weeks of the 2016 college football season, but as always, there are several undefeated teams that haven't been tested by top competition yet. Can Michigan, Washington, Miami, Baylor and Florida live up to their rankings? More»
Andrea Hangst

Trust In Cousins? Not So Fast

Even if Washington sees long-term potential in Kirk Cousins under center, the franchise tag was a smart move. Cousins is struggling so far in 2016, his team is 0-2 and there are already rumblings of dissent in the locker room. More»

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