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Will Leitch

Cardinals' Plans Coming To Fruition

The Cardinals are acquiring Marcell Ozuna from the Marlins, and that's not going to be the end of their moves. With a deep farm system, St. Louis is leaping into action right now with a plan that has been building for years. More»
Anthony Castrovince

Biggest Winter Meetings Questions

Baseball's Winter Meetings started slow and finished with a steady stream of done deals, but ultimately, these Meetings created more questions than they answered. So let's run through five prominent ones as they come to an end. More»
Andrea Hangst

Building The Browns Starts at QB

The Browns are flirting with a winless season, and more changes could be on the horizon after John Dorsey was brought in as the new general manager. No matter how many changes are made, nothing matters more than finding a franchise quarterback. More»
Will Leitch

NFL Confidence Pool: Week 15

This season, rather than doing pure NFL picks against the spread, I've decided to do weekly confidence pool rankings and pit myself against both Vegas and analytics. I'm currently sixth out of 123 competitors through three weeks. Can you beat me? More»
Matt Brown

College Bowl Game Confidence Picks

College football bowl season begins on Saturday, with five games kicking off the 39-game slate that stretches out over more than two weeks during the holiday season. We predict all of the games here, ranking them from most to least confident. More»
Will Leitch

The Orioles Should Keep Machado

The Hot Stove has heated up in Baltimore, with rumors swirling that superstar Manny Machado is on the trade block. The Orioles may be looking to start a rebuilding process, but, instead, they should keep their star and go for it one more time. More»
Terence Moore

Belichick is the Best in NFL History

You can say this about Bill Belichick, or you can say that, but you have to say the leader of the New England Patriots with the mumbled responses during interviews is the greatest NFL coach ever. He's on the verge of potentially adding to that claim. More»
Kenneth Arthur

Late QB Injuries Tough To Overcome

The Eagles were dealt a crushing blow when star QB Carson Wentz suffered a torn ACL vs. the Rams on Sunday. Nick Foles entered the game and led the team to a key win, but will he be able to buck historic trends and lead them to a title? More»

Rodgers Set To Return Vs. Panthers

Aaron Rodgers has been "medically cleared to return" after missing seven games with a broken right collarbone, the Green Bay Packers quarterback announced on Instagram on Tuesday night. The two-time MVP could suit up for Green Bay's game at Carolina on Sunday. More»
SoE Staff

Top 14 Photos Of The Week

As part of an ongoing series, Sports on Earth is partnering with Getty Images to bring you the best snapshots from around the sports world each week. Here we count down the best 14 photos from Dec. 5-11. More»
Alex Wong

Suns Need To Build Around Booker

Devin Booker looks like the player who can bring the Phoenix Suns back from the depths of the Western Conference. But the 21-year-old scoring phenom needs to improve his defense and the franchise needs to add pieces around him for sustained success. More»
Monday Night Football

Dolphins Halt Patriots' Winning Streak

Tom Brady was intercepted twice by Xavien Howard and held without a third-down conversion Monday night, and the Miami Dolphins snapped the New England Patriots' eight-game winning streak with a surprising 27-20 victory. More»
Cliff Corcoran

Yankees Can Make Home Run History

Giancarlo Stanton hit nearly 60 home runs with the Marlins and is now primed to join Aaron Judge, who hit over 50 homers himself in the Bronx. The duo could be historic at the plate, and the Yankees might have one of the most powerful lineups of all time. More»
Ross Tucker

Brown Is In a League of his Own

As this past Sunday night showed, Antonio Brown is unlike any other wide receiver in the NFL. The Steelers' explosive star has not only been one of the most productive at his position in recent history, he's also been one of the most consistent. More»
Matt Brown

Michigan Making Bold QB Addition

Faced with pressure to return to the top of the Big Ten, Michigan is bringing in reinforcements. Ole Miss quarterback Shea Patterson announced on Monday that he intends to transfer to Ann Arbor, where he'll provide a spark, if ruled eligible for 2018. More»
Will Leitch

The Yankees We Know Are Back

Even non-Yankees fans could find the Yankees likable last season when they made a run to the ALCS. However, after they acquired Giancarlo Stanton to pair with Aaron Judge, the rest of baseball is back to chasing New York. More»
Cy Brown

Ranking UCL Round of 16 Matchups

In the wake of one of the least eventful UEFA Champions League group stages in recent years, the soccer gods have seen fit to bless us with a fantastic slate of knockout round matches. Let's rank all eight pairings. More»
Michael Tunison

AFR: Jaguars Add Intrigue To AFC

The AFC is presumed to be a two-team race between the Patriots and Steelers, but with an impressive win over Seattle in Week 14, it's hard to deny the Jaguars are ready to be real factors in the 2017 playoffs. So how far can Jacksonville go? More»

Steelers Lock Up Division With Late Field Goal

Chris Boswell made a 46-yard field goal with 42 seconds left and Pittsburgh's defense overcame a sloppy night to stop one Baltimore's last-gasp drive in the Steelers' 39-38 victory Sunday night. More»
Jason B. Hirschhorn

Wentz Injury Changes Playoff Race

The Eagles beat the Rams to clinch the NFC East, but the win came at a steep price: Star quarterback Carson Wentz left the game with a torn ACL that will end his season. With the MVP candidate sidelined, the NFC becomes wide-open. More»

Wentz Injured as Eagles Clinch NFC East

The Eagles went toe-to-toe with the Rams in a clash of two titans and emerged with a 43-35 victory to clinch the NFC East. The bigger story, however, is that quarterback Carson Wentz left the game with a knee injury that the team reportedly fears is a torn ACL. More»

Jaguars Beat Seattle, Take AFC South Lead

The Jaguars made a statement on Sunday, as they intercepted Russell Wilson three times while Blake Bortles threw for two TDs in a 30-24 victory over the Seahawks. The win puts Jacksonville a game ahead of Tennessee in their division. More»

Cardinals Pull Off Ugly Win over Titans

In a game in which no receiver or running back topped 70 yards for either team and no quarterback topped 180 yards through the air, the Cardinals gutted out a 12-7 win at home. The Arizona defense held the Titans' offense to only one touchdown all game. More»

Bolts Flatten Redskins, Continue to Roll

The Chargers won their fourth game in a row, as Phillip Rivers threw for over 300 yards against the Redskins. The defense held Kirk Cousins to only one touchdown while both Keenan Allen and Tyrell Williams each totaled over 100 yards receiving for LA. More»
NYJ @ DEN blog

McCown Injured As Broncos Shut Out Jets

The Jets struggled to get anything going against the Broncos' defense on the road in a game in which QB Josh McCown injured his hand. The Broncos won 23-0 and held the Jets to 100 yards of total offense. More»

Stewart Leads Panthers To Key NFC Win

To keep pace with the Falcons and Saints, the Panthers needed a big victory at home over the 10-win Vikings. They did just that behind veteran Jonathan Stewart, who ran for over 100 yards and three scores, and a defense that registered six sacks. More»

Browns Blow Late Lead To Remain Winless

With Josh Gordon back, the Browns looked like they were going to pick up their first win of the season, leading by two touchdowns in the final quarter. Brett Hundley, however, had other plans, throwing a game-tying score with 17 seconds left as well as the winner in OT. More»

Garoppolo Shines As Niners Top Texans

Jimmy Garoppolo got 49ers fans excited about the future, as he threw for 334 yards in a victory over the Texans. DeAndre Hopkins did all he could for Houston, hauling in two TDs, but with T.J. Yates under center for an injured Tom Savage, they fell short. More»

Stafford engineers game-winning drive vs. Bucs

Despite having an injured hand, Matthew Stafford kept his foot on the gas pedal against the Bucs, passing for 381 yards and setting up the game-winning field goal in the fourth quarter. Matt Prater kicked a 46-yarder in the closing seconds to secure a 24-21 win over Tampa Bay. More»

Chiefs get statement victory at home over Raiders

The Kansas City defense held Derek Carr and the Raiders scoreless over three quarters before cruising to a 26-15 victory. Kareem Hunt ran for 116 yards and a touchdown as the Chiefs picked up a big division win and snapped a four-game losing streak. More»

Bills Brave The Snow To Pick Up Win in OT

In a snowy game filled with difficult visibility and slippery conditions, neither the Bills nor the Colts could get anything going on offense. Buffalo eventually came away with a 13-7 victory in overtime, behind LeSean McCoy's 157 yards on the ground. More»

Trubisky, Howard impress as Bears Maul Bengals

Mitchell Trubisky had the best game of his young career vs. the Bengals on Sunday afternoon, throwing for nearly 300 yards with two total TDs. Jordan Howard, meanwhile, rushed for over 100 yards and found the end zone twice as well, as Chicago secured a 33-7 win. More»

Big Plays Give Cowboys Victory Over New York

The Cowboys got long receiving touchdowns courtesy of Dez Bryant and Rod Smith to put away the Giants and keep their playoff hopes alive. Big Blue, meanwhile, showed inspired play with Eli Manning back under center, but key drops derailed the Giants' afternoon. More»
Cy Brown

Man City Tops United, Makes History

Manchester City defeated Manchester United 2-1 on Sunday at Old Trafford to set the English Premier League record for consecutive wins in a season (14). With one hand on the Premier League title already, what else can City achieve? More»
Matt Brown

Tracking the CFB Coaching Carousel

The coaching carousel is always a hectic time on the college football calendar, and it's even more chaotic than usual in 2017. It can be a lot to keep up with, so we'll update this coaching carousel tracker as vacancies are officially created and filled. More»
Matt Brown

Mayfield Becomes An All-Time Great

After two top-four finishes, Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield won the Heisman Trophy on Saturday night in a landslide over finalists Bryce Love and Lamar Jackson. It's a deserved win that further cements Mayfield's status among college football greats. More»
Matt Brown

Army Tops Navy In Snowy Classic

There could be no better or more picturesque way to end college football's regular season than the scene in Philadelphia on Saturday afternoon, as Army beat Navy for the second year in a row, 14-13, after a late touchdown and missed Navy field goal in the snow. More»
Cy Brown

Toronto FC Wins Its First MLS Cup

Toronto FC finished off the best season in MLS history by winning the 2017 MLS Cup. The Reds defeated the Seattle Sounders 2-0 on Saturday in a rematch of the 2016 final, behind goals from Jozy Altidore and Victor Vazquez More»
Joe Sparacio

Fantasy Football Week 14: Start/Sit

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Week 14 in the NFL is upon us, which means the fantasy playoffs in your league either begin this week or next week. This means that a win is likely more important than ever. Let us help with some key players to consider starting or sitting. More»
College Basketball

Boston College Stuns Top-Ranked Duke

Ky Bowman scored 30 points, adding 10 rebounds and nine assists to help Boston College upset No. 1 Duke 89-84 on Saturday. Jordan Chatman scored 22, hitting four straight free throws in the final 16 seconds to ice it. More»
Mike Lupica

Stanton to Yankees Has Familiar Feel

Giancarlo Stanton is on the verge of heading from the Marlins to the Yankees. It's a big move for the Yankees to acquire the 28-year-old slugger coming off a season with 59 home runs. It also can't help but feel like history repeating itself in New York. More»
Will Leitch

Dive Into Five: The Weekend Watch List

There are so many sports events every weekend that it can be nearly impossible to keep track of them all. This week, Army and Navy will square off in their annual rivalry, the Eagles meet the Rams in an NFC showdown and the MLS will decide its champion. More»
Will Leitch

Ohtani Provides Big Spark To Angels

One of the most surprising facts in baseball is that Mike Trout, the best player in MLB, has never won a playoff game. His chances are about to get a lot better, as the Angels won the Hot Stove sweepstakes to land Shohei Ohtani. More»
Cliff Corcoran

Key MLB Hot Stove Moves To Know

Giancarlo Stanton and Shohei Ohtani continue to dominate the conversation around the Hot Stove, but those two aren't the only game in town. After the Marlins traded Dee Gordon to Seattle, here's a quick rundown of the biggest Hot Stove moves made so far. More»
Terence Moore

Atlanta Defense Rises To the Occasion

With 1:25 left and the Saints driving for the win, Falcons linebacker Deion Jones instead stepped up and intercepted Drew Brees in the end zone. The pick gave Atlanta a crucial 20-17 rivalry win to keep the Falcons in the NFC South race. More»
Matt Brown

Breaking Down The Heisman Race

Stanford's Bryce Love, Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield and Louisville's Lamar Jackson have been selected as the 2017 Heisman Trophy finalists. How did the three get here and who will win the prestigious award on Saturday night in New York? More»
Alex Wong

Okafor To Brooklyn: 3 Takeaways

On Thursday, the 76ers finally parted ways with Jahlil Okafor, sending the third overall pick in the 2015 draft -- along with Nik Stauskas and a 2019 second-round pick -- to the Nets in exchange for Trevor Booker. More»
Mike Lupica

Hot Stove Brings New Level of Drama

After the October we all just watched, we get this kind of MLB Christmas season. It is mostly because of two gifted young players whose availability makes this as intriguing a moment as we've ever had in a baseball offseason: Giancarlo Stanton and Shohei Ohtani. More»
Jason B. Hirschhorn

Pressure On Chiefs To Stop Skid

A team that looked like an unstoppable force to start the season has slowed to a halt, with Alex Smith regressing, Kareem Hunt slowing down and the defense struggling. The Chiefs need to turn their season around before it's too late. More»
Will Leitch

Cards Have Options Beyond Stanton

As time passes, it's looking more and more like the Cardinals are losing ground in the Giancarlo Stanton sweepstakes. Never fear, though: There are plenty of other solid options out there for St. Louis via trade or free agency. More»
Will Leitch

NFL Confidence Pool: Week 14

This season, rather than doing pure NFL picks against the spread, I've decided to do weekly confidence pool rankings and pit myself against both Vegas and analytics. I'm currently fourth out of 123 competitors through three weeks. Can you beat me? More»
Terence Moore

Tiger's Impact Still Larger Than Life

Tiger Woods is still peerless. Yeah, there were those wondrous things he did in his prime with a golf club, but I'm talking about his driving, chipping and putting toward the unprecedented: His unparalleled impact on the sport he plays. More»
Matt Brown

College Football All-America Teams

Earlier this week, Sports on Earth handed out its 2017 college football individual awards. It's time to go deeper and pick All-America teams. We've selected three teams honoring 75 talented players at every position who have had the best year. More»
Will Leitch

Fan Front Office Approval At New High

With more creativity and an increased embracing of analytics, baseball teams' front offices are smarter than ever, and fans have taken notice. In many cases, gone are the days where fans think they could make better moves. More»
Matt Brown

The Best of College Football 2017

The college football regular season is finished and the bowl matchups are set, which means it's time to start handing out 2017 awards. These are our picks for the best individual players and coaches in a variety of categories. More»

Curry Out At Least Two Weeks With Ankle Injury

Stephen Curry will miss a minimum of two weeks after an MRI exam on his injured right ankle revealed a sprain. Curry stepped on E'Twaun Moore's foot and landed awkwardly on the ankle while going for a late steal in a Warriors comeback win Monday at New Orleans More»
Kenneth Arthur

Picking The NFL's Best Division Races

The Patriots, Eagles, Vikings and Steelers have their divisions all but locked up, but four other NFL division races are still up in the air. Will the Rams topple the Seahawks in the NFC West? Can the Saints hold on to the NFC South? We make our picks. More»
Joe Sparacio

Russia banned from 2018 Olympics

The International Olympic Committee announced on Tuesday afternoon that Russia would be banned from the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, because of "unprecedented systematic manipulation" of anti-doping measures. More»
SoE Staff

Top 14 Photos Of The Week

n ongoing series, Sports on Earth is partnering with Getty Images to bring you the best snapshots from around the sports world each week. Here we count down the best 14 photos from November 28- December 4. More»
Alex Wong

Oladipo Propels New-look Pacers

At the time, many thought that the Pacers' return of Victor Oladipo and Domantas Sabonis for Paul George was not enough. The results, however, show otherwise. Oladipo is likely an All-Star this year thanks to his two-way play, and Sabonis is rounding into form. More»
Cliff Corcoran

How Ohtani Fits With His Finalists

Two-way Japanese superstar Shohei Ohtani narrowed his list of Major League suitors to just seven this weekend. Which of these teams -- the Cubs, Dodgers, Padres, Giants, Angels, Mariners and Rangers -- has the best chance to land him? More»
Monday Night Football

Steelers Rally For Comeback Victory

Chris Boswell kicked a field goal on the final play shortly after Antonio Brown caught a six-yard touchdown pass, and the Pittsburgh Steelers pulled off another improbable comeback against the Cincinnati Bengals, rallying for a 23-20 victory Monday night. More»
College Football

Heisman Finalists: Mayfield, Jackson, Love

Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield, reigning Heisman winner Lamar Jackson of Louisville and Stanford RB Bryce Love were chosen as finalists for the Heisman Trophy. The award for most outstanding college football player will be given out Saturday night in New York. More»
Matt Brown

Ranking All 39 College Bowl Games

With the holiday season approaching, it's time for an annual tradition: Ranking all 39 college football bowl matchups, from the Cure Bowl to the Rose Bowl, based on a subjective combination of watchability, storylines, intrigue, matchups and more. More»

Giants Fire McAdoo, Reese After 10th Loss

The New York Giants made a rare in-season house cleaning, firing coach Ben McAdoo and general manager Jerry Reese on Monday, less than a year after the team made the playoffs for the first time since 2011. More»
Ross Tucker

Cousins Deserves More Appreciation

A recent report indicated that the Redskins believe Kirk Cousins' play down the stretch this season may decide his future with the team. This thinking doesn't make sense: Cousins has already done more than enough to earn a long-term deal. More»
Michael Tunison

AFR: NFL Bubble Teams To Watch

The favorites at the top of the AFC and NFC are well established by Week 13. But which teams could sneak into the playoffs and make a lot of noise? The Seahawks, Ravens and Chargers are all looking like possible players in the playoff race. More»
Anthony Castrovince

5 Best MLB Non-Tender Targets

As is the case every year, the non-tender deadline that passed on Friday night prompted teams to punt on some arbitration-eligible players who didn't fit into their finances. About 20 guys were added to the MLB free-agent pool. Here are five worth a second look. More»

Wilson, Seahawks End Eagles' Winning Streak

Russell Wilson threw three touchdown passes, the last a 15-yard strike to J.D. McKissic with 7:29 left, and the Seattle Seahawks stayed in the NFC playoff hunt with a 24-10 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday night. More»

Saints Take Down Panthers In Key Division Battle

Rookie sensation Alvin Kamara scored two tackle-shedding touchdowns, New Orleans took advantage of a pair of Carolina special teams gaffes and the Saints reclaimed sole possession of first place in the NFC South with a 31-21 victory over the Panthers. More»

Surging Chargers Keep Browns Winless

Philip Rivers passed for 344 yards and hit Keenan Allen for a touchdown, and the Los Angeles Chargers moved into a tie for first place in the AFC West with a 19-10 victory over the winless Cleveland Browns on Sunday. More»

Rams Tighten Grip On First In NFC West

Jared Goff passed for two touchdowns, Los Angeles took advantage of two early interceptions thrown by Blaine Gabbert and the Rams solidified their grip on first place in the NFC West with a 32-16 victory over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. More»

Lynch Powers Raiders Past Giants

Marshawn Lynch had a 51-yard touchdown run and recorded his first 100-yard rushing game since coming out of retirement to lead the Oakland Raiders to a 24-17 victory over the Giants on Sunday in New York's first game without Eli Manning starting in 13 years. More»
Terence Moore

Vikings' Win A Blast From The Past

Sunday felt like the old days for the Minnesota Vikings, who went to Atlanta and won their eighth straight game, 14-9, over the Falcons. The Vikings got a stellar performance from QB Case Keenum, but the defense carried them to victory. More»

Titans Stop Houston, Stay Atop AFC South

LeShaun Sims intercepted a pass intended for DeAndre Hopkins in the end zone with 1:02 left, and the Tennessee Titans beat the Houston Texans 24-13 on Sunday to stay atop the AFC South. More»

Jets Rally To Beat Fading Chiefs

Josh McCown scored on a one-yard quarterback sneak with 2:15 left, and the New York Jets bounced back from a brutal start to hold on for a wild and wacky 38-31 win over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. More»

Dolphins End Skid, Blow Out Broncos

The Dolphins took an early lead for a change, and it grew from there. Xavien Howard returned an interception for the Dolphins' second TD in a seven-second span during the first half, and they went on to snap a five-game losing streak by beating the reeling Broncos, 35-9. More»

Jaguars Roll To Season Sweep Of Colts

Blake Bortles threw two touchdown passes, Leonard Fournette scored for the first time in six weeks and the Jacksonville Jaguars beat the Indianapolis Colts 30-10 Sunday, sweeping the series for the second time since they joined the AFC South in 2002. More»

Jones' TD Propels Packers In Overtime

Aaron Jones' 20-yard touchdown run on his only carry, with 5:59 left in overtime, gave the Green Bay Packers a 26-20 win Sunday over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. With the passing game struggling, Green Bay wore down the Buccaneers on the ground. More»

Gould's Kicking Lifts Niners Over Bears

Robbie Gould kicked a 24-yard field goal in the closing seconds, Jimmy Garoppolo threw for 293 yards in his first San Francisco start, and the 49ers beat the Chicago Bears 15-14 on Sunday. Gould made five field goals in his first appearance at Soldier Field since Chicago cut him prior to the 2016 opener. More»

Patriots Beat Buffalo For Eighth Straight Win

Rex Burkhead scored twice and the New England Patriots won their eighth straight in a 23-3 victory over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday in an AFC East showdown overshadowed by injuries and cheap shots. More»

Ravens' Offense Springs To Life

Joe Flacco threw for 269 yards and two touchdowns, and the Ravens forced three pivotal turnovers Sunday in a 44-20 win over the Detroit Lions. Flacco helped Baltimore take a 20-0 halftime lead and directed three scoring drives in the fourth quarter to keep the Ravens in front. More»
Matt Brown

Breaking Down The CFB Playoff

The debate may last for years, but the argument that matters is finished: The College Football Playoff selection committee announced its choices on Sunday. With Clemson, Alabama, Oklahoma and Georgia in, let's examine the field. More»
Mike Lupica

Playoff Right To Roll With The Tide

The College Football Playoff committee got it right. Alabama ought to be in the playoff. Ohio State should not be. The Crimson Tide landed the No. 4 spot over the Buckeyes, joining Clemson, Oklahoma and Georgia in this year's four-team field. More»
Matt Brown

Championship Week: Five Takeaways

Nine conference title games are in the books, and resumes have been completed. All that's left is for the selection committee to announce the four playoff teams. Three are obvious, but Ohio State's win over Wisconsin complicated matters. More»
College Football

Buckeyes Hold Off Badgers For Big Ten Title

J.T. Barrett threw two touchdown passes and ran for another to help give No. 8 Ohio State a 27-21 victory over previously unbeaten No. 3 Wisconsin in Saturday's Big Ten championship game. More»
College Football

Bryant, Clemson Roll Past Miami

No. 1 Clemson emphatically claimed its spot in the College Football Playoff with a 38-3 victory over No. 7 Miami in the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game Saturday night. Kelly Bryant completed his first 15 passes and finished with 252 yards passing More»
Terence Moore

Georgia Avenges Loss, Wins SEC

Three weeks after losing at Auburn, Georgia turned the tables on the Tigers. The No. 6 Bulldogs ran away from the No. 2 Tigers, 28-7, on Saturday to win their first SEC championship since 2005 and likely lock up a spot in the College Football Playoff. More»
David Ubben

Sooners Rout TCU For Another Title

Save for a brief few moments in the second quarter, Oklahoma had no time for drama in the Big 12 championship game's return to existence. Led by Heisman frontrunner Baker Mayfield, the Sooners beat TCU 41-17, taking aim at a playoff bid. More»
Matt Brown

UCF Outlasts Memphis For AAC Crown

If any game this season could be deemed more entertaining than last week's UCF win over USF, it might be Saturday's UCF win over Memphis. Before coach Scott Frost heads to Nebraska, UCF moved to 12-0, earning the AAC title and a major bowl bid. More»
Joe Sparacio

Fantasy Football Week 13: Start/Sit

Week 13 in football is upon us, which means the fantasy playoffs are quickly approaching. This might be a win-or-go-home matchup for your team, and we want to help you figure out who to bench and who to play. Here is some advice to help you out. More»
Will Leitch

Dive Into Five: The Weekend Watch List

College football is front and center on Saturday, specifically the SEC title game between Georgia and Auburn. In the NFL, there are key matchups across the NFC, including a test for the Eagles. Here's our weekly guide to all the biggest events this weekend. More»
College Football

USC Hangs On For First Pac-12 Title Since '08

Sam Darnold threw for 325 yards and two touchdowns and engineered a back-breaking 99-yard drive in the fourth quarter to lead No. 10 Southern California to a 31-28 victory over No. 12 Stanford in the Pac-12 championship game on Friday night. More»