Griffin needs to take a page from Durant’s book and tape it to the bathroom mirror. “I’m taking my time with this,” the Thunder star said. “I’m blessed that it happened early in the season so I can get past it and hopefully by December I’ll be ready to play.”
Jim Jeffcoat won a pair of Super Bowls during his 12-year career with the Cowboys, but there’s no doubt where his loyalties will lie Monday night when his son suits up against Dallas for the Redskins.
While Gruden has told Colt McCoy that he will be the starting quarterback on Monday if Griffin is not medically cleared to play, Gruden did say that Griffin is the “wild card” for that game against Dallas.
George Osborne, the British treasury chief, told the Evening Standard newspaper on Wednesday that the government will do whatever it can “to make this happen.”
The Senators’ arena, Canadian Tire Centre, is in the suburb of Kanata, about 15 miles from the Parliament Hill area where the shootings occurred.
The report released Wednesday by former high-ranking U.S. Justice Department official Kenneth Wainstein found more far-reaching academic fraud than previous investigations by the school and the NCAA.
I’ve done some dumb things in my day, but starting Brian Hoyer over Drew Brees (yes, that Drew Brees) may top the list.
Williams was routed 6-0, 6-2 by Simona Halep at the WTA Finals in what was arguably the worst performance of the 18-time Grand Slam champion’s career.
Gurley has been suspended for the last two games while Georgia investigated allegations he broke NCAA rules by receiving improper benefits. Coach Mark Richt has confirmed the allegations involved autographs.
Madison Bumgarner, who shows virtually no emotion on the mound, got the Giants off to a terrific start in Game 1. Given an early cushion by Hunter Pence’s home run, the man called MadBum by his teammates carried a shutout into the seventh inning and beat the Royals 7-1 Tuesday night.
Thousands of fans left FedEx Field Sunday afternoon with memories of Kai Forbath’s game-winning 22-yard field goal as time expired, the lasting image of the ball splitting the uprights and players spilling onto the field to celebrate. Few fans think twice about the snap that set it up.
The Kansas City Monarchs, the Negro National League champions, faced Philadelphia’s Hilldale Baseball Club, the champions of the competing Eastern Colored League. It marked the first time two Negro League champions from different leagues agreed to play in a championship series of note.