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Another session, another round of domination for Europe, including the worst-ever beating in Ryder Cup foursomes history.
The Orioles clinched the AL East and the league's top seed on Thursday, as the postseason picture is finally becoming clear.
The Giants went from an NL West title to below .500 in a short time.
Bryce Harper lit up umpire Ángel Hernández after he was called out on a checked swing Thursday.
We've got another intriguing collection of games on tap this week in college football.
The Utes desperately miss QB Cameron Rising and TE Brant Kuithe.
The NASCAR Cup Series playoff Round of 12 shifts to the unpredictable high banks of Talladega this weekend.
Jake Fischer and Dan Devine go deep into the Damian Lillard trade to find out why the Blazers didn’t want to send him to Miami, which teams are vying for Jrue Holiday, and whether the Suns got better or worse.
Fantasy football analyst Dalton Del Don offers up his lineup advice for every Week 4 game.
There has been no meeting of Asian head coaches in NFL, NBA or NHL history.
Through four games, Detroit has improved in one key area that allows the Lions to play to their strengths, and right now there aren't many teams in the conference clearly better than them.
The two-way Colorado star has gone "straight positive" in reaching out to Colorado State's Henry Blackburn, the player who delivered a late hit against him.
The NFL is headed across the pond. Here's what you need to know about how to watch the Jaguars vs. Falcons in London.
The Marlins might need to play one inning of baseball on Monday in order to make the playoffs.
Deshaun Watson threw just two passes in the open portion of practice Friday.
Is anyone in the best position to succeed in Chicago?
Now that the former Texas A&M running back has burst onto the scene with a four-touchdown, 233-yard performance, those who've coached and scouted him don't expect his star to fade anytime soon.
The Dolphins are getting all of the hype this week.
Alvarez is giving up 4 inches in height and 3 inches in reach to Charlo in their bout for the undisputed super middleweight title Saturday. But he's not concerned and convinced he'll come out on top.