Seventh-ranked Stanford came from behind to beat UCLA at the Rose Bowl tonight when Ryan Burns connected with JJ Arcega-Whiteside in the final minute of the game to give the Cardinal a 16-13 lead in a game that featured only a pair of offensive touchdowns.
Chris Owusu’s NFL career came to an end in part due to his having suffered at least five documented concussions. Here’s his little brother, Francis, getting knocked out tonight by a blow to the head that Pac-12 officials reviewed on video and declared to be safe and legal.
An LSU game-winning touchdown pass on the final second of the game came off the board, giving Auburn a home win after replay officials judged the snap did not beat the buzzer.
After 11 straight years of losing—including, most recently, back-to-back fourth quarter blown leads—Tennessee finally defeated Florida, this time inviting the Gators to blow a lead of their own.
Catching footballs is a skill even the professionals struggle with from time to time. We’re sure she’ll bounce back from this one.
Nebraska should have opened its game tonight against Northwestern with an early touchdown on a 50-yard Terrell Newby rush, if not for the Huskers running back losing control of the ball as he leapt toward the goal line. Unlike previous instances this season, where runners dropped the ball in celebration before…
The Baylor Line fails again.
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The boys’ soccer team of a Christian high school in Arizona decided to forfeit a game rather than play a team that included girls, citing religious beliefs.
Verizon IndyCar Series team owner and former Indy Racing League driver Sam Schmidt, paralyzed from the neck down in a test crash in 2000, will reportedly receive a license next week to drive a street car with his head. Schmidt will use head movements, breathing and voice commands to control the car.
Noah Syndergaard was scheduled to start for the Mets tonight, until suddenly he wasn’t, due to strep throat. Innocent as the news of ordinary illness might seem, given that he’s been pitching with a bone spur in his elbow since June and the fact that this comes on the heels of other Mets’ pitcher injuries (to say…
Chris Hassel’s day running ESPN’s Goal Line coverage is not going so well; the anchor cannot even manage to sit in his very stubborn chair.
Shit, man. Autumn is officially here. Life sucks now.
Former Baylor chancellor Ken Starr (yes, that Ken Starr) praised the character of ousted head football coach Art Briles, saying he felt Briles had been the object of a “grave injustice,” in a Saturday interview with the Texas Tribune.
Eagle-eyed reader Jim writes in that an ad campaign on ESPN.com features multiple Peyton Manning hairlines scattered amongst inane takes by Stephen A. Smith and fantasy football promotions. The former NFL QB is shilling for some brand you’ve never heard of, and when we checked for ourselves we found inconsistencies…