Documents filed at the court examining the legality of daily fantasy sports in New York show a rapidly growing national business built on billions in entry fees.
This is the first time in school history both the men's and women's teams qualified in the same year.
Boise State (1-1) led 47-44 at halftime, but the Broncos quickly pushed it to double digits and led by 25 with 9:18 to play.
Top daily fantasy sports companies are fiercely rejecting the idea that their rapidly growing industry should be considered gambling in the United States.
New Mexico (6-4, 4-2 Mountain West) notched its biggest win of the Bob Davie era — and arguably in school history.
The win for the Yotes (4-7, 4-6 Frontier) helped C of I pull into a four-way tie for fourth-place in the league standings.
In this era of instant communication, anything remotely controversial involving officiating draws headlines. Much worse than the social media ballyhoo, though, is the perception that the officials don't know all the rules. Or they don't recognize infractions. Or there are too many rules. Or they can't keep up with the pace of the modern NFL.
Ethan Telfair added 14 points, six boards, and five assists and Geno Luzcando had 12 points for the Bengals, who hit 12 threes and 24 of 35 at the free throw line.
Martin Breunig scored 21 points, Brandon Gfeller added 10, including the go-ahead 3-pointer, and Montana rallied to beat Boise State 74-71 in Friday night's season opener for both teams.
Four lacrosse student-athletes will sign to play lacrosse in college on Saturday.
The Lobos' victory over Utah State last week put the Broncos back in control of the Mountain West Mountain Division and of a spot in the conference title game.
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch likely has a new fan after he reportedly gave a McDonald's worker $500 to help him pick up a pair of high-fashion sneakers.
The New York attorney general's decision that daily fantasy sports betting sites FanDuel and DraftKings are illegal gambling operations in his state is a blow to the companies, but the multibillion-dollar industry could have more legal headaches yet to come.
On Tuesday, ESPN reporter Adam Shefter reported that the Dallas Cowboys waived Kellen Moore. He has yet to take a regular season snap in the NFL.