The Utes will finish this college football season as the only undefeated Division I team, but won't play for the national championship--a scenario that bewilders Utah AG Mark Shurtleff.
In what could be the biggest upset of the college bowl season, Utah beat Alabama 31-17 in the Allstate Sugar Bowl Friday night in New Orleans. Utah finished the season 13-0 and has a case to be lifted into the Top 5 of all of college football.
I THOUGHT HE WASNT GOING TO MAKE IT!!!
ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) — Rod Marinelli was as angry publicly as he's been during his three seasons as coach of the Lions, his mood tied to a question after Detroit became the NFL's first 0-15 team.
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott recently got major headlines for nabbing former major league baseball player Troy Neel (pictured) for being a "deadbeat dad." Abbott has launched repeated, well-publicized campaigns against child support d
I recently recalled how my daughter met teen actress Shanica Knowles, co-star of Hannah Montana, and complimented Knowles for being so gracious to her. My daughter was awed, and afterwards was furiously texting all her little friends to tell them abo
The owner of the Cleveland Gladiators told the Times that AFL executives and team owners moved to suspend the 2009 season, pending approval by the players' union, so the league could fix its economic model.
LAS VEGAS — O.J. Simpson, the one-time football great who was acquitted in perhaps the most-watched murder trial of the 20th century, was sentenced Friday to a minimum of nine years in prison.
Next week, a game between the San Diego Chargers and the Oakland Raiders will be broadcast live in 3-D to theaters in Los Angeles, New York and Boston. It is a step to any regular 3-D broadcasts of football games.
Donovan McNabb expected to keep playing until someone scored, no matter how long it took. Mercifully, the NFL's rules set a time limit on terrible play.
LAS VEGAS -- There was never a doubt in Brock Lesnar's mind that he would one day become UFC heavyweight champion. That day came Saturday at MGM Grand Garden Arena before a sellout crowd of 14,272.
At 39, Favre holds every significant quarterback record in existence. But it was these games, these moments, that brought him out of retirement and into uniform.
This is either the stupidest or the coolest thing someone could ever do. Or possibly a combination of both.
Save the jokes, the taunts and all those insults about the losingest team in sports. The Philadelphia Phillies just won themselves a World Series. If that sounds strange, it was strange. Nearly 50 hours after Game 5 started but was stopped by rain, B
Dolphins owner H. Wayne Huizenga said Sunday no date has been set for selling up to 45 percent more of the team to Stephen Ross, but the presidential election is among the issues weighing on his decision.
He cited stadium financing and struggling sponsors as challenges for the league. Borrowing money has become difficult and expensive for many businesses, potentially hampering the credit needed for stadium projects, and sponsorships.
Above is a sideline video of the incident that provides the best angle, and yes, the ref pretty much becomes another linebacker. He actually follows Garcia laterally, then moves towards Garcia and delivers a hit with his shoulder.
The doubts have smothered the Tampa Bay Rays all season. Through arduous games and demanding tests, the Rays were expected to fade away. Sooner or later, the inspirational Rays would go home. But the Rays are not going home after all.
It's a century and counting for the Chicago Cubs. Manny Ramirez and the Los Angeles Dodgers shoved Chicago into another long winter Saturday night, completing a three-game sweep of their first-round playoff series with a 3-1 victory.
Carlos Zambrano pitched the first no-hitter by a Chicago Cubs player in 36 years when he shut out the Houston Astros 5-0 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on Sunday. Zambrano (14-5) struck out 10, hit one batter and walked another over nine innings in his firs
Lance Armstrong is getting back on his bike, determined to win an eighth Tour de France. (Sept. 9)
Federer is the first man since Bill Tilden in the 1920s to win the tournament that many times in a row. He also moved within one major championship of tying Pete Sampras' career record of 14.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Quarterback Tom Brady, the NFL's reigning MVP who has started 128 consecutive games, went down with what appears to be a serious knee injury in the New England Patriots season opener Sunday.
BELLEVILLE -- Even though he's just 52 pounds and 49 inches tall, Drew Gray wasn't hard to spot at Yorktown Golf Club last Sunday: He was the golfer celebrating his first hole-in-one -- at age 5.
A rocket-powered racer successfully passed its first three flight tests with a new liquid oxygen and alcohol engine, setting the stage for a possible demonstration race in the sky at the 2008 Reno Air Races next month.
Thousands of jubilant Afghans packed the national stadium to give the country's first Olympic medal winner Rohullah Nikpai a hero's welcome. Nikpai, who won a taekwondo bronze medal, was met by Vice-President Karim Khalili at Kabul airport in
Major League Baseball reversed its long-standing opposition to instant replay and will allow umpires to check video on home run calls in series that start Thursday. [Yuck and welcome to 4 hour games.]
Two elderly women could face a year of "reeducation through labor" because they applied for permits to demonstrate during the Olympics, according to one of the would-be protesters.
"This story now is really about Internet censorship, the act of removing evidence while at the same time claiming that the evidence is wrong. For the first time, I watched search records shift under my feet like sand, facts draining down a hole