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Playoff chances for the Eagles and Panthers took a hit, while the Jets lost to the winless Bengals.
The unbeaten Cardinals are the new No. 1 and have a challenging week ahead, including a date with No. 2 Michigan.
The Premier League has turned into a luxury version of the Championship -- but that might be a good thing. It's Nick Miller's weekend review.
Will Baylor live up to being the No. 1 overall seed? Could Stanford and Penn State meet in the regionals? We break down the NCAA volleyball bracket.
The Premier League has turned into a luxury version of the Championship -- but that might be a good thing.
As pressure mounts, Solskjaer needs results. Man United's draw vs. Villa wasn't that.
Steelers players blasted Browns coach Freddie Kitchens for wearing a "Pittsburgh started it" T-shirt and putting his players in a tough position.
The Jaguars benched struggling quarterback Nick Foles on Sunday in favor of Gardner Minshew.
Quarterback Feleipe Franks said on Instagram Sunday that he will not return to Florida next season and will instead explore options to enter the NFL draft or transfer.
Ole Miss has informed Matt Luke that he's out as head football coach, sources confirmed to ESPN. Luke took over after Hugh Freeze was fired in 2017 and went 15-21 in three seasons.
The Chargers seemingly find new ways to lose games every week.
The Chiefs have a two-game lead and the tiebreaker against the Raiders with four games to play.
The Rams put the lopsided loss to the Ravens behind them and dominated Arizona.
The Bengals defeated the Jets 22-6 on Sunday to avoid an 0-12 start to the season and give rookie coach Zac Taylor his first career win.
The Jaguars benched struggling quarterback Nick Foles Sunday in favor of Gardner Minshew.
Boston College has fired coach Steve Addazio after a seven seasons, a source confirmed to ESPN.
South Florida has fired coach Charlie Strong, who finishes his three-year stint with the team with a 21-16 record, including a 4-8 mark this season.
In their eight-game win streak, the Ravens have beaten the Seahawks, Patriots, Texans, Rams and now 49ers.
The Niners' loss to the Ravens means they could lose control of the NFC lead -- as well as the NFC West lead. Here's how the current bracket looks.