The chart lists four quarterbacks as co-starters.
The redshirt sophomore quarterback was arrested in April and charged with two misdemeanors.
The city and the U.S. Olympic Committee severed ties after a board teleconference Monday, ending an effort that was troubled nearly from the moment it started.
Paige Cofer started diving eight months ago.
The Borah graduate has one year of eligibility after competing at the University of Louisville.
A record 727 entries were submitted for this year's rodeo.
Organizers said about 230 kids took part in the Kids' Ride with the Olympic gold medalist.
Graysen Huff graduated this year from Cole Valley Christian High School.
The retired Army corporal is the first amputee to play in a Web.com Tour event.
Maite Zabala suited up for the Athletic Bilbao women's program.
Players seeing benefits of the exercise.
Allegra Weeks and Jenna Clubb saw the United States during the group stage of the FIFA Women's World Cup.
The sophomore saw in action in one game for Mexico.
Boise State confirms the center has left the program.
Marisa and Jeff Howard married in 2013.
Athletic Bilbao defeats Club Tijuana, 2-0.
Ricardo Lockette and B.J. Daniels visited children in the hospital.
Web.com Tour players have little free time, but they try to make the most of it when in the Treasure Valley.
Piller shot a 4-under 67 at Hillcrest Country Club for a 28-under 256 total, the second-lowest 72-hole score in Web.com Tour history and the third-best mark in relation to par.
The installation starts one week before the Basque Soccer Friendly.
Graham DeLaet takes home more than $300,000.
Christina Jones and Bill May of the U.S. won the first gold medal in new mixed duet technical synchronized swimming at the world championships.
New York Yankees great Reggie Jackson says he's sorry for using profanity in public after a confrontation with an autograph-seeking fan in Cooperstown.
Some 6,500 athletes from 165 countries - the most to converge on Los Angeles since the 1984 Summer Olympics - have poured into town this week to hit tennis balls, kick soccer balls, swim laps and even run a triathlon in the 2015 Special Olympics World Games.
The head of the Canadian Olympic Committee says he would back a bid by Toronto to host the 2024 Olympics, potentially joining a crowded field that already includes five cities.
Police say Arizona Cardinals rookie receiver Damond Powell Jr. was wounded by gunfire outside his Ohio home.
The Glendale City Council voted unanimously in favor of a restructured arena lease agreement with the Arizona Coyotes on Friday, keeping the team in the desert for at least two more years.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback C.J. Wilson has been placed on the reserve/retired list while he recovers from losing two fingers on his right hand in a July 4 fireworks accident.
ESPN says radio host Colin Cowherd won't be on the air again before leaving the network in the wake of his remarks about major league baseball players from the Dominican Republic.
The players' union proposed a settlement on Tom Brady's four-game suspension last week that was "met with silence" by the NFL, a person familiar with the proposal told The Associated Press.
The U.S. Department of Justice on Tuesday formally dropped its criminal prosecution of Barry Bonds, Major League Baseball's career home run leader.
A friendly between Brazil and Argentina planned in the United States in September has been canceled as part of the fallout from the investigation into alleged corruption involving FIFA.
A British comedian disrupted a news conference by Sepp Blatter on Monday, showering the FIFA president with fake money.
Zach Johnson cradled the silver claret jug in his arms. Jordan Spieth let it slip through his fingers.
DirecTV's exclusive right to broadcast certain NFL games is an illegal monopoly that raises costs for bars and restaurants, a San Francisco bar says in a lawsuit against the league and the satellite TV provider.