Ohio State head coach Ryan Day had something to get off his chest.
Deion Sanders and the Buffaloes brought their swagger to Eugene, but the Ducks brought game.
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Colorado is a great story, but the Buffaloes were exposed against Oregon.
"Big Bang" Zhang put Joyce to sleep for a shot at Oleksandr Usyk.
Deion Sanders and Colorado were brought back to reality by Oregon. And it wasn’t pretty.
The Browns quarterback also pushed an official during the loss to the Steelers, but the league didn't find it worth punishing.
Chip Trayanum got into the end zone as the clock expired.
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The NASCAR Cup Series shifts to Texas Motor Speedway to open the second round of the playoffs this weekend.
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The 27-year-old is still out for the season, but optimism is high for his career.
Haley Van Voorhis, a safety, notched a quarterback hurry in her first snap.
After a disastrous weekend in Singapore, Red Bull and Max Verstappen appear poised to resume their dominance at the Japanese Grand Prix.
The Twins have clinched the AL Central, and the Brewers secured a postseason berth, joining the Braves, Dodgers, Orioles and Rays.
'Stat Nerd Thursday' is back for another episode! Matt Harmon and Dalton Del Don give you one stat you need to know for all 32 NFL teams heading into Week 3. The two also react to the Browns signing Kareem Hunt and Harmon shares his analysis on the Cam Akers trade to Minnesota.
Florida State found a way to pull out a gutsy 31-24 win in overtime to post its first win over Clemson since 2014 and remain undefeated.
Scott Pianowski offers up six under-appreciated fantasy options that are widely available to give your squad a boost.
At this juncture, Toronto and Chicago have been the two possible destinations for Lillard discussed most by league figures. But there are so many other details and scenarios to figure out.
The 47-47 score turned in by Mike Bell left both fighters, as well as the 18,766 fans at T-Mobile Arena, unhappy and sucked a lot of the life out of a very loud and energetic crowd.