After trailing through the first three quarters, the Denver Broncos made a fourth-quarter comeback to defeat the Miami Dolphins 39-36.
Green Bay (8-3) held off a late-Minnesota rally to defeat the Vikings 24-21 Sunday afternoon.
Missouri (9-2) took one step closer to winning the SEC East with a 29-21 win at Tennessee Saturday night.
Peter King, a writer for Sports Illustrated, has become famous for his weekly column, “Monday Morning Quarterback.”
The Green Bay Packers completely dominated the Philadelphia Eagles 53-20 Sunday afternoon.
The San Francisco 49ers capitalized on five interceptions from Giants quarterback Eli Manning to win 16-10.
The No. 15 Georgia Bulldogs completely dominated No. 9 Auburn 34-7 in Todd Gurley’s return from a four-game suspension for signing memorabilia for money.
No working broadcaster can match the resume of Al Michaels. He is most commonly known for his role on “Monday Night Football,” but has also made his mark elsewhere.
LSU quarterback Anthony Jennings will lead the Tigers against No. 5 Alabama Saturday night.
After building a huge lead in the first half, No. 9 Arizona State held off a comeback attempt from No. 10 Notre Dame for a 48-31 win.
Blake Sims led Alabama on a game-tying drive in the final minute and Alabama held on in overtime to beat LSU in a thriller.
UAB defensive end Chris Rabb’s name has been dragged through the mud over a bogus report.
Before he became the Dallas Cowboys’ signal-caller, Tony Romo made a name for himself at Division 1-AA team, Eastern Illinois University.
The NBA season is back. Three Tuesday night games headline the opening night of the season, including one involving the defending champion San Antonio Spurs.
LSU quarterback Anthony Jennings hit Logan Stokes for a three-yard touchdown pass to give LSU a 10-7 lead over No. 3 Ole Miss with five minutes remaining.