For much of Sunday, the Detroit Lions looked to be on their way to their first road victory of the Dan Campbell era.
A wild Week 4 of college football leads to some big-time changes to the USA TODAY Coaches Poll!
Weaver and his former teammate Robbie Ray were both thrown out of the game by the umpires before the game started.
USA TODAY Coaches top 25 college football poll and rankings for 2022, Week 4
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The American, 45, finished his 30-year-old opponent with the final punch of the second round
New England Patriots kicker Nick Folk set an NFL record with his 35-yard field goal in the second quarter of Sunday's Week 3 matchup vs. the Baltimore Ravens.
This is gonna sting.
Oklahoma fans might have taken solace in ex-coach Lincoln Riley's rough night, but the Pac-12 Network assured few saw the Trojans rally for a win.
Meet the first-place and 3-0 Miami Dolphins.
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Mack Brown had one of UNC’s six personal fouls in the 45-32 loss to Notre Dame as frustration boiled over on the sideline.
Patriots quarterback Mac Jones threw three interceptions in Sunday’s loss to the Ravens and what transpired after the last of them could lead to him missing time in the future. Jones could be seen hopping to the sideline to avoid putting any weight on his left leg after it twisted awkwardly when he was hit [more]
Albert Pujols, a beloved mentor as a Dodger last season, joined the elite 700-home run club with his former teammates bearing witness with conflicting emotions.
Patrick Mahomes expressed frustration at the end of the first half.
Its lead was cut, but Georgia remains No. 1 ahead of Alabama in this week's USA TODAY Sports AFCA Coaches Poll. Oklahoma tumbled after a shocking loss.
Georgia remains No. 1 in Kirk Herbstreit's top six
Unbeatens Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth were poised for an early charge Sunday as the United States eyed a ninth consecutive Presidents Cup victory over the Internationals.
The Jets have fallen behind the Bengals in the first half of Sunday’s game and it’s led to some bad feelings on the sideline. CBS cameras showed defensive tackle Quinnen Williams and defensive line coach Aaron Whitecotton having an angry exchange on the sideline after the Bengals went up 14-6 on a 56-yard touchdown catch [more]