Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred last week told Oakland officials that the Athletics could be moving to Las Vegas if the city doesn’t drop a lawsuit.
Sharp money on Chicago drove the line from 5½ to 6½ and MGM Resorts took a six-figure bet on the Bears. The Raiders gave William Hill its only win of the 10 a.m. games.
The rookie rushed for 123 yards in a 24-21 win against Chicago, his final score coming on the sort of jump Marcus Allen executed so often during his Hall of Fame career.
UNLV’s Jack Trent shot a final round 68 to finish in a 29th-place tie in the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open as its only amateur.
Rookies Cody Glass and Nic Hague have energized a Golden Knights locker room that was one of the oldest in the NHL at the start of last season.
UNLV’s soccer teams again absorbed league losses Sunday. The women fell 3-2 at New Mexico for their fifth loss in a row; the men bowed 4-0 at California Baptist for their sixth straight loss.
Canadian Adam Hadwin finished second at the Safeway Open last week. He settled for fourth at the Shriners Open this week and is hoping to make Presidents Cup team.
Opening and closing lines and point-spread highlights for every NFL Sunday game.
Oakland got to the quarterback four times in Sunday’s win over the Bears after recording just five sacks in the first four games of the season.
This week was the first time former UNLV golfer and 2013 Masters champion Adam Scott had been in Las Vegas since he stopped working with swing coach Butch Harmon.