The Raiders and Broncos engaged in a Monday Night Football contest between AFC West sides with no playoff plans, but there was a far more significant narrative inside the rickety structure known as the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.
Tons of dirt are delivered to the home of UNLV basketball a few days before the NFR commences, spread out over six hours and then, following the 10th and final go-round, packed and stored behind the arena until next year.
Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy recently reimbursed an Oklahoma City radio host who bet the Cowboys (6-6) would win eight games this season.
It was 11:30 Wednesday morning when the J.T. Realmuto Baseball Winter Meetings morphed into the Scott Boras Show. The super agent held a news conference to update media on client Bryce Harper’s free-agent status.
On opening night at the NFR, Mason Clements drew a horse named Colorado Bulldog and rode him to a score of 86.5 points. He finished second in the go-round and earned $26,230.77.
Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson raised $800,000 for charitable causes through side bets that, like Charles Barkley’s commentary, were supposed to make their $9 million golf match more interesting.
Just when you thought the $9 million, winner-take-all, made-for-pay TV golf match between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson couldn’t get any more surreal it did.
Nate Schmidt has returned to the Golden Knights and the team is better for it, but perhaps no individual will benefit from his presence more than Miller, whose first goal of the season on Friday finished the scoring of a 2-0 victory against Calgary.
One of the main problems with UNLV athletics, perhaps the central one, is the fact it either doesn’t realize or accept its place in today’s world of collegiate athletics.
Eric Wynalda showed a reporter a cellphone video he had recorded in the wee hours of Nov. 9. It showed a red fireball moving toward his home in the hills above Ventura County, California.