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Second-half surge carries Gaels to win over Crespi

Like many football coaches, Bishop Gorman’s Tony Sanchez has a laminated sheet of paper listing his team’s offensive plays.

Quick-strike Eagles draw bettors’ quick overreaction

Not only does Chip Kelly speak as quickly as an auctioneer, the Philadelphia Eagles coach instructs his offense to play at high speed. Kelly probably eats breakfast and reads the newspaper in less than a minute.

SPORTS BETTING SPOTLIGHT: Week 2

Matt, Kelly and Tony are back with another round of picks and tips for this weekend’s biggest games.

Arizona State no cupcake, but Wisconsin a tasty underdog today

A snake-bitten team last season, Wisconsin lost six one-possession games, including three in overtime. But 14 starters returned for new coach Gary Andersen, and the results have been better.

MAYWEATHER VS. ALVAREZ: Dream fight nears reality

There are probably 1,000 differences between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez. But the biggest difference might be this: Alvarez believes he can beat Mayweather, and Mayweather knows he will beat Alvarez tonight at the MGM Grand Garden.

UNLV to begin interviews for AD post

UNLV’s search for an athletic director appears to be in its final stages, as the first of three candidates for the post will interview today.

Rebels have plenty to prove

UNLV would seem to be a mental wreck after a stunning run of errors in its first two games, but looking inside a football player’s head is almost impossible.

FRIDAY FOOTBALL SHOWDOWN: Week 2

Week 2 of the Friday Football Showdown pits Steve Fezzik against Cris Zeniuk and Frank Perez.

NASCAR adds Gordon to Chase field amid controversy

NASCAR added Jeff Gordon to the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship field on Friday, a stunning and unprecedented step in the fallout from at least two attempts to manipulate the results at the season-ending race at Richmond last weekend.

Appeals court upholds slugger Bonds’ conviction

A federal appeals court on Friday upheld former Giants slugger Barry Bonds’ obstruction of justice conviction stemming from rambling testimony he gave during a 2003 appearance before a grand jury investigating performance enhancing drug use among elite athletes.

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