“One thing about Montana,” says Matt Barber, an owner of Tom Morgan Rodsmiths, a custom fly rod shop in Bozeman, “is if there’s a moving body of water, there is probably a trout in it.”
Kyle Lewis of the Seattle Mariners is a top contender for the American League Rookie of the Year Award in a shortened season upended by postponements and delays.
Dak Prescott of the Cowboys helped engineer a comeback for the ages. Dallas trailed by 29-10 at halftime, and 39-24 with less than five minutes to play, before winning, 40-39.
LeBron James, leading the Lakers past the Denver Nuggets in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals, is getting closer to bringing Los Angeles a title.
When people ask Shiffrin how she is doing, “I don’t really know how to answer that.”
“I didn’t expect to feel this way,” said an emotional Tyler Perry upon accepting the Governors Award, effectively a lifetime achievement honor for his work.
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Frank Gore filled in for Le’Veon Bell in the Jets loss to the San Francisco 49ers.
Patrick Mahomes led the Chiefs on an 11-play drive that ended with him hitting tight end Travis Kelce for a 10-yard touchdown pass.
Max Kepler hit his 100th career home run in the Minnesota Twins' 4-0 win over the Chicago Cubs.
Yu Darvish went six innings and struck out nine, but gave up a home run and four earned runs. Max Kepler’s three-run shot was all the Minnesota Twins needed in a 4-0 shutout win over the Chicago Cubs.
The Montreal Impact went a man down after Romell Quioto was sent off with a red card in the 16th minute. The Philadelphia Union scored four goals with two coming from Kacper Przybylko.
Bryson DeChambeau shot a final round 67 on Sunday, and his average drive off the tee traveled 325 yards, the longest for any U.S. Open champion.
Luke Volt of the Yankees rounding the bases after a home run Sunday against the Red Sox. Although the Yankees lost, they ended up in the playoffs anyway.
Mark Grant emotional after Padres clinch playoff spot
Trevor Rosenthal got the final out and punched the Padres ticket to playoffs
Wil Myers celebrates clinching a spot in the postseason
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Check out some of the best photos from the Minnesota Vikings' 28-11 loss to the Indianapolis Colts.
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Saquon Barkley was carted to the locker room after injuring his right knee in the second quarter of the Giants’ loss to the Chicago Bears.
W.N.B.A. Commissioner Cathy Engelbert answers questions about a postponed game between the Seattle Storm and the Minnesota Lynx.
Pogacar, right, rode briefly alongside his friend Primoz Roglic in Sunday’s final stage. Roglic had held the lead for two weeks until Pogacar took it during Saturday’s individual time trial.
Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart leaping to the basket during the second half of Game 3 of the Eastern Conference final Saturday.
If this year’s U.S. Open, without local and sectional qualifying is considered official, shouldn’t Ben Hogan’s name be added to the championship trophy?
Matthew Wolff surged up the leaderboard by shooting five under par on the front nine.
Joel Hanley, right, a journeyman defenseman, scored his first career goal in the first period.
Gareth Bale has plenty of critics in Madrid, but he will almost certainly have the last laugh if his planned return to Tottenham works out.
Kai Havertz, left, and Timo Werner were Chelsea’s two big summer signings. But they were not alone.
In State College, Pa., near the campus of Penn State, banners for each of the Big Ten universities fly along a main boulevard.
The conference with more women's soccer championships than any other opted for an abbreviated fall schedule now and a restart in the spring, when the NCAA plans to hold the College Cup.
The NCAA Division I Council outlined plans for potential spring seasons for non-football sports whose fall championships were canceled amid to the coronavirus pandemic.
Brown University and attorneys for student-athletes who challenged the Ivy League school's decision to reduce several women's varsity sports teams to club status announced a proposed settlement Thursday.
Division I athletes are now prohibited from practicing and competing on the first Tuesday after Nov. 1 every year to allow them to vote in elections or participate in other civic activities following the NCAA Division I Council's approval on Wednesday.
Conrad Mainwaring was the subject of a yearlong ESPN investigation that has now located 52 accusers who say the track coach molested them over the past four decades.
The Penn State athletic department announced Wednesday that 50 student-athletes tested positive for COVID-19 in its latest round of testing, which included 859 total tests. Penn State did not provide a breakdown of athletes impacted by their sport.
Florida reported 61 new COVID-19 cases in its athletics department, including 31 in lacrosse and 15 in baseball and those programs have ceased activity. There were also six positive tests for football and three in women's soccer.
Rebecca Blank, chancellor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, said she would be open to discussing capping college coaches' salaries.
Vanderbilt has hired Louisiana Tech athletic director Tommy McClelland and Kristene Kelly from Dartmouth as deputy athletic directors.
The NCAA is seeking to dismiss a federal lawsuit by two college athletes that seeks to prevent the association from limiting compensation athletes can make from their names, images and likenesses.
UNLV is cutting work hours for 46 staff members due to the coronavirus pandemic's impact on live events.
Washington State's athletic department will cut 10 full-time jobs and top coaches will take a voluntary 15% pay cut to help deal with budget problems caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Commodores will play without fans at home games through October due to coronavirus concerns, Vanderbilt announced Friday.
The Big 12 secured a partner to facilitate rapid coronavirus testing the day before competition.
A survey of about 1,200 athletic trainers across college divisions showed that 59% of respondents said athletes were "somewhat" following COVID-19 protocols.