Jensen Beach volleyball won the state championship and Boca Christian made the title match and fell just short.
- Longhorns Wire
Missouri is refusing a bowl game with Kansas?
- Myrtle Beach Sun News
Did you know there are beach rules for sand castles?
- Yahoo Sports
LeBron James anointed himself a leader at various times during his long career. Being a spokesman for a sports league is difficult; being one for a group of people is impossible.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Wisconsin volleyball blows past Quinnipiac in NCAA first-round in front of fired-up Field House crowd
The Badgers extended their winning streak to 19 and will face Texas Christian in the second round Saturday. UW beat TCU in the season opener.
- Vikings Wire
Despite the "fraudulent" narrative, the Vikings have played a difficult schedule so far
The sight of a tearful Luis Suarez hiding his face in his shirt and an enraged Edinson Cavani knocking over a VAR monitor encapsulated Uruguay's sadness and frustration at their World Cup exit.
Cristiano Ronaldo said he was involved in a verbal spat with a South Korean player who criticised him for failing to leave the field quickly enough when he was substituted during Portugal's 2-1 World Cup defeat on Friday.
- Pensacola News Journal
Five Flags: Journeyman Berry will start on pole for 55th Snowball Derby; Keselowski Highlights Last-Chancers
"We’ve had a good week. We’ve worked smart and made the car better each time we’ve been on the racetrack. That’s all you could ask for."
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Cameron Smith misses cut after being ‘a few too many beers deep’; Adam Scott leads ISPS Handa Australian Open
Cameron Smith was out late on Friday when he found out he had an early tee time on Saturday.
- USA TODAY Sports
The Green Bay Packers quarterback and Bucks minority owner was courtside for the game against the Lakers at Fiserv Forum.
- The Guardian
Gregg Berhalter bemoaned his team’s lack of a world-class finisher as the United States were knocked out of the World Cup by the Netherlands on Saturday. The US failed to finishing off promising attacks in all four of their games at the World Cup, and many have pointed to the team’s lack of a clinical striker as the reason they failed to progress. Jesus Ferreira, Haji Wright and Josh Sargent led the line at different times for the US in Qatar but none of them posed any real threat to opposing defenders.
- NBC Sports BayArea
Cameroon's Vincent Aboubakar was ejected after scoring the winning goal over Brazil in stoppage time because he removed his jersey in celebration.
- NBC Sports Chicago
The United States are headed home after falling to the Netherlands 3-1 in the round of 16. Here are some winners and losers.
Japan continues to show the whole world its penchant for cleanliness by tidying up before celebrating Samurai Blue’s victory against Spain on Thursday. The Japanese squad defeated the Spanish team 2-1 in a stunning upset at the FIFA World Cup 2022 match in Qatar, preventing Germany from advancing to the knockout rounds. Fans who came to support their national team remained at the Khalifa International Stadium to pick up garbage before attending the festivities.
Uruguay's 2-0 win over Ghana during group H matches wasn't enough to advance, and it wasn't enough to divert fans' attention from an old image of Uruguayan soccer star Frederico Valverde making an offensive “slant eyes” gesture. The image was taken during the 2017 U-20 World Cup in South Korea, but it went viral once again following South Korea's win over Portugal 2-1 on Friday. Both Korea and Uruguay were in the running to obtain the second spot behind Portugal in the group H rankings to advance to the knockout rounds.
- Fighting Irish Wire
How Notre Dame and college football fans reacted to the huge news!
- NBC Sports
Maybe, as an aside, we can stop worrying so much about "changing how the world sees American soccer" and get back to tangible deliverables at the World Cup.
With Jacob deGrom off the board, the Mets will now look to fill the rotation with two starters.
- Fighting Irish Wire
You know him for his nickname but not for what he does and that's a good thing. It's also good he's coming back.
- IndyStar | The Indianapolis Star
Tom Crean on taking over IU in 2008: 'I had no idea what I was walking into'