• Pirates edge Braves to clinch playoff spot
    Gerrit Cole retired the final 17 hitters he faced, and the surging Pittsburgh Pirates clinched a spot in the playoffs with a 3-2 win over the free-falling Atlanta Braves on Tuesday night.
  • NFL: Penalty on Chiefs S for prayer wrong
    Husain Abdullah should not have received a 15-yard unsportsmanlike penalty after dropping to his knees and bowing in prayer following a 39-yard interception return for a touchdown during the Kansas City Chiefs' 41-14 victory over the New England Patriots
  • Michigan apologizes for how QB injury handled
    The Michigan Wolverines football staff made mistakes due to a "serious lack of communication" while dealing with quarterback Shane Morris' head injury, athletic director Dave Brandon said.
  • Michael Phelps arrested for DUI, speeding
    Authorities say Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps has been arrested on a DUI charge in Maryland.
  • Raiders fire coach Allen after 0-4 start
    The Oakland Raiders fired coach Dennis Allen on Monday night after an 0-4 start and only eight wins in his 36-game tenure.
  • FCC drops blackout rule; NFL won't budge
    The Federal Communications Commission voted 5-0 to eliminate its sports blackout rules Tuesday, but the NFL said that it doesn't plan to change the way its broadcasts are handled.
  • NC St. coach apologizes for FSU comments
    NC State Wolfpack coach Dave Doeren apologized to Florida State Seminoles coach Jimbo Fisher on Tuesday after accusing the Seminoles of faking injuries in their win over the Wolfpack on Saturday.
  • Sources: Yanks start work on Cashman deal
    The New York Yankees have begun the process of constructing a new contract for longtime general manager Brian Cashman, sources close to the situation said.
  • Pacquiao says Mayweather 'should fear God'
    A wellspring of outside-the-ring sparring between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao reached a crescendo Monday with Pacquiao citing Bible verse while saying he was unaffected by the pound-for-pound king's barbs.
  • The house where Rockne lived hits market
    The house in South Bend, Indiana, where Knute Rockne lived at the time of this death goes on the market for $500,000
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