The ruling on the field stands: A high school football team from a tiny Oklahoma town is moving on to the state semifinals, having topped an Oklahoma City powerhouse after an improperly enforced penalty with 64 seconds left.
Panthers quarterback Cam Newton suffered fractures to his lower back in a two-car crash Tuesday and will spend the night in the hospital, a team spokesman said Tuesday.
Desperate for a power bat to punch up the worst offense in the majors, the San Diego Padres have a deal in place to acquire outfielder Matt Kemp.
Boise State to play Arizona in the Vizio Fiesta Bowl.
The Broncos qualified for a major bowl as the top-ranked champion from a group of five conferences without New Year's bowl contracts.
Seventy CBS workers worked to produce a clean broadcast.
Carter Blackburn, Aaron Taylor and Jamie Erdahl called the Mountain West Conference Championship.
Boise State (11-2), which claimed a share of the conference title in 2012, won its first outright league championship since joining the Mountain West four years ago.
The slogan refers to Eric Garner, who died after a New York police officer placed him in a chokehold during an arrest for selling loose cigarettes. A grand jury decided last week that it would not indict the officer. A video of the arrest showed Garner gasping, "I can't breathe."
Now the Big 12 Conference has a real debate to settle after both of its co-champions were left out of the four-team playoff.
Alabama is the top seed and will play No. 4 Ohio State in one semifinal at the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans. Oregon is the second seed and will play third-seeded Florida State in the other semifinal at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. Both games will be played New Year's Day.
Now, the Baltimore Ravens get a chance to perhaps replicate Denver's 201 yards rushing two weeks ago. Or New York's 277 yards rushing last Monday night - but not repeat the final score, which went in Miami's favor.
One team had its owner publicly apologize for the team's latest performance, the general manager's daughter call for the firing of the offensive coordinator and faces weekly reports about the head coach's possible departure after the season.
Washington Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth was convicted Friday of reckless driving and sentenced to 10 days in jail for driving his Porsche over 100 mph on the Capital Beltway earlier this year.
The senior says his kidneys are working at only 1% of normal and he has to undergo dialysis at least once a day. But he says he still wanted to finish his last year with his team on the field.