Lou Holtz reacts to the Big Ten reversing policy and returning to play college football this season, and if it will impact the election.
Much has been made of Bruce Arians' public criticism of Tom Brady. Brady faced his Week 2 media conference Thursday afternoon where there would be no escaping the topic. The Athletic's Greg Auman broached the subject that has dominated Bucs headlines all week.
Patrick Beverley's words came back to bite him HARD after Clippers choke job originally appeared on NBC Sports Northwest Shannon Sharpe on FS1's Undisputed was on one this morning. He was eager to go at his co-host Skip Bayless after the Clippers and more specifically Kawhi Leonard and Paul George blew their series against the Denver Nuggets after being up 3-1. Sharpe was not holding back.
Gareth Bale touched down at London Luton airport on Friday to finalise his sensational return to Tottenham, with Real Madrid team-mate Sergio Reguilon also on board. The Wales star left Spurs for the Spanish capital seven years ago for what was then a world-record fee and has gone on to win the Champions League four times and LaLiga twice with Madrid. Bale was filmed arriving at an airport about 30 miles away from Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Friday afternoon, with full-back Reguilon for company as he too looks primed to join Jose Mourinho's men.
A look at how the No. seeded Lakers and No. seeded Denver Nuggets match up in the Western Conference finals: STARTERS Lakers | Nuggets Player; Ht.
The monthlong postponement, or was it a pause, of Big Ten football is over. Conference games are scheduled to begin the weekend of Oct. 24. A byeless, eight-game regular season will be followed by "Champions Week" — or the league championship game and a slew of interdivisional Big Ten matchups.
At Thursday's UFC Vegas 11 press conference, Colby Covington responded to Tyron Woodley's hat that said "Make Racism Catch The Fade Again." "The only person that's catching a fade is Tyron Woodley on Saturday night. He's the only one that's racist.
Andy Murray thinks the Australian Open should consider removing Margaret Court's name from the arena at Melbourne Park as he says the multiple Grand Slam champion's values are at odds with what tennis stands for. The 78-year-old Court, who holds the all-time record of 24 major singles titles, has been heavily criticised for voicing her religious-based opposition to same-sex marriage and transgender athletes. "When you get to the Australian Open you want to concentrate on the tennis.
Before the Browns and Bengals play tonight in Cleveland, let's underscore the point. Instead of continuing to force something that won't happen naturally (if it ever were going to happen, it would have by now), the Browns should simply get what they can for Beckham and move on. The trade that brought Beckham to Cleveland arguably became the moment the bubble burst on the belief that the Browns were destined for great things.
Revis shares great Belichick story from Pats contract talks originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston The New England Patriots made a rare exception to open their pocketbooks and sign high-priced cornerback Darrelle Revis in 2014 free agency. But they didn't exactly write Revis a blank check. Joining Bleacher Report's Master Tesfatsion on "Untold Stories," Revis shed light on how negotiations went between his camp and Bill Belichick, the Patriots' de facto general manager.
One of the easiest takeaways from Washington's Week 1 win over the Philadelphia Eagles was that Chase Young is going to be a problem for opposing offenses. Washington defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio has seen all of Young's brilliance early on, and it has him feeling thankful that his team is gameplanning with Young, not against him.
Kawhi Leonard became the first superstar to switch teams immediately after winning a championship. So, there's some schadenfreude coming from Toronto after the Clippers lost in the second round. The Raptors made it that far without Leonard.
The leaves are starting to change color around the NHL playoff bubble, and, at most, seven games remain before the Stanley Cup is handed out. On Saturday night, two of the league's southernmost teams begin a Stanley Cup Final like none other in the great white north when the Dallas Stars and Tampa Bay Lightning face off in Game 1. The Texas and Florida heat that would have been around in May and June has been replaced by a chill in the air with teams from nontraditional markets vying for hockey's biggest prize in the northernmost city in the NHL.
Week 2 of the 2020 Fantasy Football season is here, and our six experts have revealed whom they would choose in their Yahoo Daily Fantasy lineups this week using a budget of $200. The ultimate goal: To build the perfect lineup. Week 2 Fantasy Rankings: QBs | RBs | WRs | TEs | FLEX | DST | Kickers] Will Week 2 be Jonathan Taylor's coming-out party?
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Team Jumbo-Visma said on Friday an International Cycling Union (UCI) official had damaged the bike of Tour de France overall leader Primoz Roglic during an inspection, which had prompted an angry response from the team's sports director. Merjin Zeeman was excluded from the race for intimidating and insulting a member of the UCI at the end of Thursday's 17th stage. "I got upset when the commissioner dismounted the crankset from Primoz's bike," Zeeman said in a team statement on Friday.
Start 'Em or Sit 'Em is geared toward season-long leagues but can also be used for daily fantasy purposes. Start of the Week: Josh Allen at Dolphins -- Last week's QB3 overall after pasting the Jets for 312 yards and two touchdowns as a passer along with 14-57-1 as a runner, Allen gets another beautiful divisional draw against a team he has historically tortured. Allen had his first career 300-yard passing game in Week 1 and now gets a Dolphins team Cam Newton blasted for the QB6 day.
Brett Gardner, DJ LeMahieu and Luke Voit homered on consecutive pitches for the New York Yankees -- and that was just the start of the night's power surge. The Yankees tied a major league record with five home runs in an inning and hit six overall in a 10-7 win Thursday night that extended their winning streak to eight. ''What a show!'' Gary Sanchez, who also homered, said through a translator.
Winged Foot Golf Club was primed for the U.S. Open to provide the toughest challenge in golf, and while there's only around 20 players in the field under par late in Day 1, we've already seen a few remarkable highlight-reel shots. Patrick Reed and Will Zalatoris both made aces at the par-3 7th hole, become just the sixth and seventh players to hit a hole-in-one at a U.S. Open this decade. One of the other players on that list, Zach Johnson (who carded an ace at the 2014 U.S. Open), arguably had an even more impressive shot with his putter on the par-3 1st hole.
Floyd Mayweather is reportedly in talks to take on YouTuber Logan Paul in a boxing match. Mayweather, 43, retired with a record of 50-0 after beating former UFC champion Conor McGregor in a boxing contest in August 2017, but the American then defeated Japanese kickboxing star Tenshin Nasukawa in an exhibition boxing bout on 31 December 2018. Vlogger Paul, meanwhile, has boxed just twice.
NASCAR disqualified the No. Niece Motorsports Chevrolet, driven by Trevor Bayne, after Thursday night's NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway. The No.