With the first month of the college football season over, let’s take a step back to evaluate where some of the state’s major programs are entering October. Here are five of the most pressing questions from across the state: 1. Is Florida State for real? The No. 23 Seminoles are 4-0 and absolutely deserving of their ranking. FSU has blown bad teams (Duquesne, Boston College), beaten Louisville ...
FLORENCE, S.C. — West Florence coach Jody Jenerette thinks his third-ranked Knights put Friday’s thrilling, last-second win over Byrnes in the…
LANDOVER, Md. — The play Sunday that told you that the Eagles are an excellent football team, with the potential to be more than excellent, was born of what appeared to be chaos. It was late in the first half, the closing seconds ticking down on the game clock, the Eagles up 17 points on the Washington Commanders, positioned for a finishing blow. Jalen Hurts had tried to carry the ball into ...
The Jacksonville Jaguars snapped an 18-game road losing streak with a decisive 38-10 victory over ailing Justin Herbert and the Los Angeles Chargers. Trevor Lawrence threw for 262 yards and three touchdowns, and James Robinson rushed for 100 yards and a TD for the Jaguars. Herbert started after being listed as questionable all week with a rib injury. The third-year quarterback passed for 297 yards but turned it over twice, finishing 25 of 45 with a touchdown. Jacksonville’s road skid was tied for the eighth-longest in league history. The Jags won in the Pacific time zone for the fourth time in 19 trips.
MIAMI — Damn you, Appalachian State! That is what Miami Hurricanes football fans should be thinking with a scowl this week as UM girds for its most telling test of this season on Saturday night at Texas A&M. Had little App State done what it was supposed to and lost to A&M last week we wouldn’t be in this spot. ESPN trucks should be rolling into College Station, Texas, right about now setting ...
Preseason rest appeared to lead to a little bit of rust in Week 1 for several of the NFL's top quarterbacks.
HBO’s Succession took home the award for Outstanding Drama Series at the 2022 Emmy Awards.
Week 2 lines: Bengals TD faves at Big D; Falcons, Titans biggest dogs
According to ESPN Stats and Information, no seven-win team in NFL history had a worse point differential than the 2021 Falcons, who were outscored by 146 points. That’s not just because the league added a 17th game. No seven-win team had a worse point differential over a 16-game schedule, either. The Falcons had a better record than those numbers suggest because they were 7-2 in games decided ...
Unbeaten Atalanta visits last-place Monza on Monday knowing that a win will take it top of the Italian league. Atalanta has won three of its four matches and only dropped points in a 1-1 draw against AC Milan. Silvio Berlusconi's Monza is still searching for it first point in its first-ever season in Serie A. Serie B champion Lecce visits Torino and Empoli travels to Salernitana. In Spain, Valladolid will go for its first win of the season in the Spanish league when it hosts Almería in a match between promoted clubs.
DARLINGTON, S.C. − The previous time the No. 43 car took the checkered flag at Darlington Raceway, it was a 1967 Plymouth driven by Richard Pe…
Formula One championship leader Max Verstappen made quick work of a safety car restart to win the Dutch Grand Prix in front of 100,000 adoring fans, and make it four straight wins for the first time in his F1 career. Verstappen’s 10th win matched his tally from last year and the Red Bull driver extended his championship lead over Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc to 109 points. With seven races left, a second straight title is looking increasingly likely. George Russell finished second for Mercedes ahead of Leclerc with Lewis Hamilton dropping to fourth. Verstappen looked to be coasting to victory when a safety car came out on Lap 56, after the engine cut on Valtteri Bottas’ Alfa Romeo and threw the race wide open.
Adele won her first very first Emmy gong for her CBS special 'Adele One Night Only' on the opening night of the Creative Arts Emmy Awards on Saturday (03.09.22).
DARLINGTON, S.C. – It took a few hours longer than expected, but Noah Gragson found Victory Lane at Darlington Raceway.
Brayan Bello pitched six scoreless innings in his first major league win and John Schreiber escaped a jam in the ninth, helping the Boston Red Sox beat the Texas Rangers 5-3. Bello allowed three hits, struck out five and walked one in the longest of his eight big league appearances. The 23-year-old right-hander is one of the team’s top prospects. Rafael Devers drove in two runs in Boston’s fourth straight victory. Marcus Semien and Nathaniel Lowe homered for Texas in the eighth.
Arsenal can take a four-point lead atop the English Premier League if it maintains its perfect record with a win against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday. It would be the first time Arsenal has started a Premier League with six straight wins. Roma will be looking to move back to the top of Serie A with a win at Udinese. José Mourinho’s side has dropped points only once, in a draw at Juventus. Athletic Bilbao is unbeaten in the Spanish league and aiming for a third consecutive win when it hosts Espanyol. Lille travels to Montpellier hampered by injuries and looking for consistency after winning only two of its five French league games. Borussia Moenchengladbach is one of four Bundesliga sides still unbeaten, and it welcomes Mainz.
Robert Lewandowski, Raphinha and Jules Koundé have all shown why Barcelona sold assets to sign them after helping lead a 3-0 victory at Sevilla. Lewadowski and Raphinha both scored while Koundé produced two assists against his former club. Vinícius Júnior and Rodrygo have scored to help Real Madrid end Real Betis’ unbeaten start to the Spanish league in a 2-1 victory for the defending champions. Madrid is perfect through four rounds and leads Barcelona by two points. Betis fell into third place. Real Sociedad's Sadiq Umar also scored five minutes into his debut to help earn a 1-1 draw with Atlético Madrid.
DARLINGTON, S.C. – Darlington Raceway, the track Too Tough to Tame, just might meet its match Sunday.
Daniel Podence has notched the only goal as Wolves beat Southampton at Molineux for their first English Premier League victory. The little Portugal winger scuffed his finish in first-half stoppage time but it was enough to lift Bruno Lage’s side out of the bottom three in the standings. Southampton had a second-half effort by Che Adams ruled out for handball and the striker hit the crossbar with another header. Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side was unable to follow up their midweek home win against Chelsea and slipped to a third league defeat.
Darius Wilson passed for two touchdowns, Bronson Yoder rushed for 120 yards and a score, and FCS member William & Mary scored 21 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to beat FBS school Charlotte 41-24. The Tribe gained 560 total yards in posting its first FBS win since topping Virginia in 2009. Yoder gave William & Mary a 27-24 lead early in the fourth quarter on a 1-yard run to cap a 10-play, 75-yard drive. On the Tribe’s next possession, Lachlan Pitts caught a pass from Wilson and raced 65 yards for a score. Wilson was 12 of 18 for 237 yards and he added nine carries for 68 yards for William & Mary.