- Europe pulls within one of U.S. at Ryder Cup
- Miles: I'll 'scream and holler' for LSU on Sat.
- Colts' Irsay: Luck's shoulder 'not a serious issue'
- Seahawks' Baldwin: I've received death threats
Europe claimed 2½ of the 4 points in the Saturday morning foursomes session at the Ryder Cup. The U.S. leads 6½ to 5½ entering the afternoon matches.
In an interview with ESPN's Tom Rinaldi, Les Miles said he will be cheering for his former team, LSU, when it takes on Missouri Saturday night.
The Colts have been delicate all season in how they have handled their $140 million quarterback, but owner Jim Irsay says there are no major problems with Andrew Luck's shoulder.
Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin said he has received death threats over statements on changes he wants to see in law enforcement training but said the threats will not stop him from speaking up.
Philadelphia 76ers rookie forward and No. 1 overall pick Ben Simmons fractured a bone in his right foot, the team announced Friday. The Sixers did not specify how long he will be sidelined.
A male fan who ran into the outfield grass at AT&T Park was body-slammed by Giants outfielder Angel Pagan before being removed from the field by security in the fourth inning Friday night.
In case you missed anything on this glorious Week 5 in college football, we have you covered with everything you need to see from Saturday.
Sergio Garcia and Rafael Cabrera Bello rallied to salvage a half-point in their morning foursomes match as Team Europe trimmed the U.S. lead at the 41st Ryder Cup. Track Saturday's four-ball matches on our leaderboard.
With the regular season nearly over, there still are four wild-card spots up for grabs and seven teams in the running. Don't miss any of the action.
With two days left, the races in both leagues are tight, but the New York Mets are closing in on clinching a shot at defending the NL pennant.
Will the Rockies trade Carlos Gonzalez? What will the rebuilding Braves look to do? We have the offseason to-do lists for nine NL teams.
Texas A&M's throwbacks recall the Aggies' undefeated team from 1956 while TCU has a new helmet, and Miami remembers Jose Fernandez.
Louisville takes on Clemson (8 p.m. ET, ABC) and Wisconsin faces Michigan (3:30 p.m. ET, ABC) in a wild Saturday that will have lasting playoff implications.
Joshua Dobbs' special bond with 6-year-old cancer survivor
Swinney explains the origin of 'bring your own guts'
Clemson superfan pumps up crowd
Les Miles understands firing, still supporting LSU
Lamar Jackson's stardom was inevitable
Jake Butt's relationship with his last name
College GameDay is live in Clemson, S.C. where Louisville and Clemson will feature a meeting of two college football's most dynamic QBs. Here are the best signs from College GameDay.
Two second-half goals helped Jurgen Klopp's men come from behind to secure all three points.
Matthew Berry offers the players he loves and hates for Week 4 and reveals the celebrity he picked to teach fantasy football this season in his quest to get every man, woman and child to play.
Between injuries and ineffectiveness, there has been a carousel of new options at running back throughout the league. Some look better than others.
Can the Seahawks get by with a hobbled Russell Wilson? What will the Texans look like without J.J. Watt? Here's what to watch for in Week 4.
The Huskies showed they belong in the playoff discussion with a commanding 44-6 win that brought back memories of the program's best days.
An alleged rape survivor who visited Baylor football players in July to discuss sexual assault prevention spoke out Friday about an assistant coach who questioned her visit.
Matt Holliday learned earlier Friday the Cardinals wouldn't pick up his option, but they activated him off the DL and he launched a pinch-hit homer.
Year 6 of a Clippers era defined by Chris Paul's alley-oops to Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan (along with playoff frustration) is at hand. But free agency for CP3 and Blake could bring an end.
The NBA world is watching to see how Russell Westbrook leads a Thunder team and chases a championship without Kevin Durant.
Having grown into the face of the franchise during Tim Duncan's final seasons, Kawhi Leonard is ready to step into a leadership role with the Spurs.
Ricky Craven says the Chase works. He believes Dale Earnhardt Jr. should retire. He believes Tony Stewart deserves to go out on top. What's gotten into Craven? Let him explain.
It is a backhanded tribute to Wenger, but a tribute nonetheless, that 10 years of failure at Arsenal will be forgiven so quickly, writes Nick Hornby.
After the instability of his year in charge of New York City FC, Jason Kreis is relishing knowing his objective in Orlando: Make the playoffs.
Candace Parker desperately wants another trip to the WNBA Finals. The fact her Sparks -- who are up 2-0 against the Sky -- might clinch it in her hometown in Chicago is especially meaningful.
Ambos directores técnicos coinciden en que este jugador de la 'Casa Blanca' le vendría muy bien a sus respectivos equipos.
We are betwinx them hedges.
After falling behind to Northwestern by two scores, Iowa responded with a 9-play, 75-yard drive. LeShun Daniels Jr.'s 1-yard run makes it a 7-point game in the fourth quarter on ESPNU.
Georgia RB Nick Chubb (ankle) is dressed and warming up
The hat is back. Gus Malzahn swapped out his visor for a hat last week, and Auburn beat LSU. He's going for 2-0 with the hat today against UL Monroe (3:30 p.m. ET, SEC Network).
Phil Mickelson is trying to avoid a dubious distinction in his afternoon match at Hazeltine. With a loss in the morning session, Lefty now has 20 losses in his Ryder Cup career, tying Jim Furyk for the most in U.S. history. Another today or tomorrow would give him the U.S. "record.'' The most losses by any player is 21, held by Neil Coles and Christy O'Connor both of whom played for the Great Britain & Ireland side prior to continental Europe joining the Ryder Cup.
A group of students expected to grow to more than 200 is planning to sit through the national anthem at Florida State. Marvel Joseph, one of the organizers, said he wants to continue the conversation surrounding injustices in America and thanked Colin Kaepernick for inspiring him. "He took his platform to a whole other level. He doesn't have to do it, so I want to use my platform and take stand and sit with him." The group will raise their fists at the end of the anthem. They did not talk to any football players about joining.
Arkansas LT Dan Skipper just blocked an Alcorn State FG attempt. 7th career blocked kick for the 6-foot-10 senior offensive lineman. Skipper blocked a field goal attempt late in Arkansas' Sept. 10 win at TCU that helped the Razorbacks force overtime (where they eventually won 41-38).
Michael Jordan, biggest star at the Ryder Cup, watching the American golfer who was named after him, Jordan Spieth.
Dexter Williams dusted Syracuse's defense by reversing direction for a 59-yard TD run, adding to the Irish's long list of TD plays today. They also have scores of 79, 67, 93 and 54 yards.
The son of Oklahoma State and NFL legend Barry Sanders just put the Cowboys up by 18 over No. 22 Texas with a powerful 1-yard TD run on ABC.
Glimpse of Ryder Captains future? Jim Furyk chatting with Ian Poulter behind the 3rd green.
Nebraska and Illinois specialists met on the field an hour before kickoff in Lincoln, and the Illini players presented the Huskers with a white, Illinois No. 27 jersey in honor of late Nebraska punter Sam Foltz. Nebraska's Spencer Lindsay placed the jersey on the bench alongside Foltz's red Nebraska jersey.
The over-under for Notre Dame-Syracuse was 74.5, the highest of any FBS game today. Dexter Williams' 59-yard TD run and the ensuing extra point has this game at 74 total points with 8:26 left in the third quarter, as the Irish take a 47-27 lead.
Northwestern is playing like a completely different team in Iowa City today. Good use of tempo by the Wildcats to help jump start an offense that has struggled most of the year. Iowa hasn't looked right since halftime of the North Dakota State game two weeks ago.
With his third touchdown in the first half against Rutgers, J.T. Barrett breaks the record for most career touchdown passes at Ohio State with 58.
Ben Simmons update: Sixers and doctors involved believe rookie suffered an "acute injury" unrelated to weight and plan for surgery next week
Notre Dame QB DeShone Kizer, who also has TD passes of 79 and 67 yards, goes deep to Kevin Stepherson for a 54-yard TD toss. Notre Dame leads Syracuse 40-27 on ESPN.
Asked if Saturday's lineup against the Reds could be his Game 1 lineup including starter Jon Lester, Maddon responded: "There's a shot."
While Florida's o-line has struggled against Vanderbilt, the Commodores' o-line is starting to find its groove. They're averaging 5.7 yards per rush today (148 yards on 26 carries) with running backs Ralph Webb and Khari Blasingame serving as a capable duo. Vandy has pulled to within four points of the Gators, 10-6 with 2:54 left in the third quarter.
Quite the Georgia fan right here. Must be boiling in there
Joe Maddon accidentally came up with a new nickname for his set up men when he misspoke the names of Pedro Strop and Hector Rondon: Strondon.
Michigan is wearing Derek Jeter-themed shirts to warm up this afternoon. Jeter, a Jordan brand ambassador and Wolverines fan, wrote a letter to the team to fire them up for a top-10 match-up with Wisconsin.
Miami QB Brad Kaaya passes to Stacy Coley up the middle, who takes it for 31 yards to the pylon. No. 14 Miami leads Georgia Tech 35-21 in the third quarter on ESPN2.
Notre Dame and Syracuse's 60 first-half points were just five points fewer than the Giants and Jets have combined to score in their three total games at MetLife Stadium this season. There have been 727 total yards, with the promise of plenty more in the second half.
Boston weather not cooperating with Big Papi's regular season farewell.