As he watched his son play football, Dana White smiled. He did not have an episode with the referees. He did not use swear words. He was the ideal father, like Mr. Cunningham in “Happy Days.”
It seems Rodgers could beat the Bears in his sleep, and a majority of bettors had that figured out when they woke up Sunday morning. The Green Bay Packers were a hot ticket with the public.
San Diego State proved superior in every way while beating the Rebels 34-17 in a Mountain West opener for both teams before 28,005, the latest example that UNLV simply isn’t good enough in most areas right now to have a chance at defeating anyone capable.
In the NASCAR hierarchy and chain of command, the Camping World Truck Series that made its annual stop at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Saturday night is considered Double A in scope, style and substance. It’s sort of like the Texas League in baseball.
Columnist backs New Orleans on the road despite the running of DeMarco Murray of the Cowboys.
The thunder and lightning and heavy rain couldn’t conceal the truth longer than an hour, that in the world of national high school football rankings, nothing is certain.
He is pretty sure they could play with Bishop Gorman’s football team. Oh, not win. Not outscore the Gaels. Maybe not even be all that close on the scoreboard when four quarters had expired.
Second chances in life are sometimes squandered. Notre Dame offered Everett Golson another shot, a chance to make good and reclaim the starting quarterback job he lost, and it’s paying off.
There are nine grade 1 stakes this Saturday — five at Belmont Park and four at Santa Anita — leading up to the Breeders’ Cup at Santa Anita Park on Oct. 31 and Nov. 1
Some 20 years after he nearly quit racing, veteran driver returns to Las Vegas Motor Speedway for NASCAR truck series Rhino Linings 350.