AUBURN HILLS, Mich. — For once, the Detroit Pistons aren’t playing like a team in disarray. The Pistons routed the Sacramento Kings 114-95 on Sunday, giving them their first five-game winning streak in more than five years. The Kings, on the other
Sportscaster coined ‘booyah,’ other popular phrases.
Guard won’t make trip to Philadelphia.
Cowboys rally for 24-20 victory in NFC playoff game.
Collins, UT interim president greet Toledo travelers.
Alabama offers next hurdle to OSU’s championship dream.
NEW ORLEANS — Ohio State coach Urban Meyer said he expects Braxton Miller to play for the Buckeyes next season, tempering — for a nanosecond — the storm of speculation surrounding the injured quarterback’s future. As OSU prepares for today’s Sugar
ATLANTA — Gary Patterson knew just what to say when asked if TCU’s rout of Mississippi was a statement the Horned Frogs should have been in the four-team playoff. “I don’t think I have to say anything,” Patterson said. No need. The Horned Frogs
BRAMPTON, Ont. — The Walleye scored three goals in the third period, pulling away for a 5-2 victory against Brampton on Wednesday afternoon. With the score tied at 2 through two periods, forward Kyle Rogers scored a shorthanded goal 1 minute, 7
Under-18 squad dominates play in frigid Winterfest conditions.