1924–Grover Cleveland Alexander wins his 300th game as the Chicago Cubs defeat the New York Giants 7-3 in 12 innings.
1973–Billie Jean King beats Bobby Riggs in straight sets to win the Battle of the Sexes and the $100,000 winner-take-all purse in Houston.
1982–The NFL Player's Association announces a strike at the completion of the Green Bay-New York Giants Monday Night game.
1987–Chicago's Walter Payton breaks Jim Brown's NFL record with his 107th rushing touchdown as the Bears beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 20-3.
1990–Howard Griffith of Illinois sets an NCAA scoring record when he rushes for all eight of the Illini's touchdowns in its 56-21 victory over Southern Illinois.
2003–Rashaun Woods of Oklahoma State catches seven touchdown passes to set an NCAA Division I-A record in the Cowboys' 52-6 win over SMU. Woods breaks the mark of six set by San Diego State's Tim Delaney in a 1969 game against New Mexico State. Woods finishes with 13 catches for 232 yards.
2007–Floyd Landis loses his expensive and explosive case when two of three arbitrators uphold the results of a test that showed the 2006 Tour de France champion used synthetic testosterone to fuel his spectacular comeback victory. Landis forfeits his Tour title.
2009–The first game at the Cowboys Stadium sets an NFL regular-season attendance record with a crowd of 105,121, and most of them go home disappointed after the Giants win 33-31.
2009–Minnesota Vikings QB Brett Favre sets an NFL record with his 271st straight start in a 27-13 win over the Detroit Lions. Defensive end Jim Marshall had the previous mark for consecutive starts, 270 games in a row for Minnesota from 1961-1979.
BOWLING GREEN 3, INDIANA ST. 2
BG: Zuccaro 2, Vonder Brink. IS: Gasparovich 2.
VALPARAISO 2, BOWLING GREEN 0
PERRYSBURG 1, LEXINGTON 0
ST. URSULA 3, SPRINGBORO 1
SUA: Farell, Tronolone, Cook. S: Elmore.
TEAM STANDINGS: 1. Penn State 280-281-283-844 (-8); 2. UNC Wilmington 280-280-292-852 (E); 3. Xavier 287-284-285-856 (+4); 4. Toledo 289-282-289-860 (+8); 5. Maryland 291-279-297-867 (+15); 6. Akron 287-291-290-868 (+16); 7. Penn 282-298-291-871 (+19); T8. George Mason 292-299-298-889 (+37); T8. William & Mary 298-295-296-889 (+37); 10. Old Dominion 297-301-293-891 (+39); 11. Navy 303-297-292-892 (+40); 12. James Madison 297-306-291-894 (+42); 13. South Carolina-Aiken 302-299-294-895 (+43); 14. George Washington 299-322-286-907 (+55); 15. Francis Marion 309-307-308-924 (+72)
TOP FIVE INDIVIDUALS: 1. Michael Miller (PSU) 70-68-69-207 (-6); 2. Max Marsico (Penn) 68-70-70-208 (-5); 3. TJ Howe (PSU) 68-71-70-209 (-4); 4. Lucas Murray (Akron) 69-71-70-210 (-3); T5. Anthony DeGol (PSU) 70-70-71-211 (-2); T5. Will Wiseman (UM) 73-70-68-211 (-2)
TOLEDO INDIVIDUALS: T10. Josh Agin 75-67-72-214 (+1); T14. Jean-Hubert Trahan 66-71-78-215 (+2); T14. Michael Cermak 75-72-68-215 (+2); T22. Ben Boyer 73-72-73-218 (+5); T65. Dugan Murphy 77-78-76-231 (+18)
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