It’s a long shot, but for the Buffalo Bills to still have a shot at the playoffs in December is rare. Their odds would become more realistic with an upset of Peyton Manning.
Colby Jackson didn’t play up to his usual high standards during the Clark basketball team’s first three games of the season, and Chargers coach Chad Beeten let his senior point guard know it. Jackson responded with a strong outing Saturday night.
There is no shortage of suitors who want to be part of a proposed super fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao in 2015.
Robbie Lawler felt he let an opportunity get away when he slowed down late in the fight and dropped the fifth and final round of an Ultimate Fighting Championship welterweight title bout to Johny Hendricks in March. He wasn’t going to let it happen again.
Cardale Jones — the Buckeyes’ No. 3 quarterback — led Ohio State to a Big Ten title. Jones threw for 257 yards and three touchdowns and was named the game’s MVP in his first career start, leading No. 6 Ohio State to a 59-0 rout of No. 11 Wisconsin.
Florida State has made its case to play for a second straight national championship. Jameis Winston threw for 309 yards and three touchdowns, and second-ranked Seminoles held off No. 12 Georgia Tech 37-35 Saturday night to win their third consecutive ACC championship.
The UFC has signed professional wrestler C.M. Punk, and he intends to make his mixed martial arts debut in 2015. President Dana White announced the deal during the UFC 181 pay-per-view show Saturday night.
Poor shooting again plagued the UNLV women’s basketball team Saturday as Utah dealt the Lady Rebels a 62-49 loss in Salt Lake City.
Tate Martell opened the season splitting time with Bishop Gorman’s second team. He finished the season with an incredible performance in leading the Gaels to their sixth consecutive state football championship before a crowd that included former heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali.
Blake Sims threw a pair of touchdown passes, T.J. Yeldon and Derrick Henry each had a couple of touchdown runs, and top-ranked Alabama pulled away in the fourth quarter to win its 24th Southeastern Conference championship with a 42-13 rout of No. 14 Missouri on Saturday.