• Analysis

The Falcons got stymied by the Vikings in Week 1 but this week’s home matchup against the Eagles should provide Atlanta an opportunity to bounce back.

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Reliever Ryan Eades walks in the tying run in the 12th inning moments before surrendering a walk-off grand slam to John Hicks in Baltimore’s 8-4 loss.

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Wayne Taulapapa ran for two touchdowns, the second with 2:34 remaining, and No. 25 Virginia hung on, barely, to beat Florida State 31-24

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Former Red Sox slugger says he expects to be fully recovered by Thanksgiving, but psychological scars remain.

No. 16 Knights are too much for Warriors, 34-6. Carroll thumps Wilson in first game, 48-12.

The quarterback accounts for six touchdowns and 307 yards of total offense in a 42-10 rout of visiting East Carolina.

The Eagles trailed at the half before zooming ahead to a 31-7 win to remain unbeaten.

The No. 21 Terps, whose offense looked so strong in the season's first two games, failed to convert numerous opportunities in a frustrating 20-17 loss.

Georgia Bulldog fans traded in their red attire for pink on Sept. 13 in a show of support for Arkansas State Coach Blake Anderson, whose wife, Wendy, died of cancer in August.

Virginia Tech trailed 14-3 at halftime, but Tré Turner’s two second half touchdowns enabled the Hokies to grab the lead and then they held on late for the victory

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The ‘Fair Pay to Play Act’ would let student athletes in the state generate income before graduation through endorsements and sponsorships. If signed into law, California will be the first state to do so.

The suspension is for "inappropriate conduct," and Kuznetsov won't appeal it. "Growing as a person, I want to get better,” he told reporters in his first public comments about the incident.

  • Perspective

What neither GM Mike Rizzo nor ownership provided will be granted by the calendar turning to October, when the rotation’s three aces will be options as relievers.

The Nationals' best catcher is progressing, but still has an uncertain timeline to return from right elbow inflammation.

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