We are a few days away from the beginning of August, which FOX 13 Meteorologist Dave Osterberg says is the meat of hurricane season. He says things typically don’t pick up in the tropics until we get into August. However, he says right now there’s not a lot going on thanks to several Saharan dust waves, which have impeded tropical development so far this year.
- FTW Outdoors
A man was driving up a mountain road in Tennessee when a WWE fight broke out and halted traffic. Two black bears brawled in the road.
Parents of Easton Oliverson, Little League player seriously injured in fall from bunk bed, are pulling for his recovery
Little League player Easton Oliverson, who was critically injured after falling out of his bunk bed at the 2022 Little League World Series, is on the road to recovery.
- Kansas City Star
As Len Dawson lay in hospice, in interviews with The Star his peers atop Kansas City sports history paid homage to “the first real big superstar athlete in Kansas City, wasn’t he?”
- Panthers Wire
If the Panthers need any backup against the Patriots, the Hurricanes might be willing to lend some hands.
- Touchdown Wire
CBS released a trailer for their upcoming coverage of Big Ten football, and SEC fans are not happy.
- NBC Sports EDGE
Bobby Lashley's incredible run as United States Champion has dethroned Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns from our No. 1 spot. (Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports)
- Buccaneers Wire
Questions are swirling around Tom Brady's extended absence from the Bucs, but somebody has a fun theory
- NBC Sports EDGE
Pat Daugherty, Denny Carter and Matt Stroup discuss some big fantasy mistakes we made last season, and what we can learn from them this year. (Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports)
- Yahoo Sports
Knox transferred to Florida International from Ole Miss. He's the brother of Buffalo Bills TE Dawson Knox.
- The Florida Times-Union
How early should you select Travis Etienne or Trevor Lawrence? It depends on what type of fantasy football league you're part of.
A group led by Sacramento Kings owner Vivek Ranadive is on the verge of purchasing the city’s minor league baseball team for approximately $90 million, according to people familiar with the terms. It would be the highest price ever paid for a minor league team. The deal, which includes the River Cats’ Sutter Health Park, would […]
- Austin American-Statesman
Lawsuit seeks $750 million in damages for defamation.
- NBC Sports BayArea
De'Aaron Fox was spotted working out in a gym in Italy and cut his honeymoon short to keep improving.
- ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
- Panthers Wire
A cheap shot to Christian McCaffrey set off another melee between the Panthers and Patriots at joint practice.
Legal battles around LIV Golf intensify as a report on golfer contracts shows restrictions, requirements that come with big paydays
While contracts haven't been made public, a federal judge could rule this week to unseal them, the Wall Street Journal reported.
- Longhorns Wire
Quinn Ewers and Brenen Thompson could not have been more in sync on this throw.
- The Columbus Dispatch
Here's what we know about the Big Ten's media deal and what it means for Ohio State.
- Golf Channel
With some help from his caddie, Collin Morikawa figured out what was wrong with his swing and is back in control of the fade.
- Associated Press
The Big Ten's new $7 billion media rights deal will string the conference's top football games across three major networks each week, creating an NFL-style television schedule on Saturdays. The Big Ten announced Thursday it has reached seven-year agreements with Fox, CBS and NBC to share the rights to the conference's football and basketball games. The deals go into effect in 2023, expire in 2030 and eventually will allow the conference's soon-to-be 16 member universities to share more than $1 billion per year, pushing the total value of the agreements past $7 billion, a person familiar with the terms told The Associated Press.