Mack, Amukamara Lead Bears Over Seahawks 24-17
The Chicago Bears looked liked "The Monster of the Midway" with Khalil Mack destroying Russell Wilson protection. Mitchell Trubisky tossed 2 TD. Bears win 24-17.
LSU jumps to No. 6; Wisconsin Tumbles From Top 10
LSU make some big jumps in the ranking. Bama still ranked #1 and LSU moves to 6th, Wisconsin falls to #18 and Penn State tied with Washington at #10.
Seahawks to Sign Mychal Kendricks
Rumor has it that former Eagles linebacker Mychal Kendricks is expected to sign a one-year contract with the Seattle Seahawks to help filled the void of KJ Wright.
WSU: Jason Gesser Harassment Probe Found No Violations
WSU's President Kirk Schulz and Director of Athletics Pat Chun stated there was an investigation on allegations of sexual harassment against staff member Jason Gesser,
Padres get Better of Edwin Diaz in 9th, Beat Mariners 2-1
It seems that the Mariners have been snake bitten in the past few weeks. Losing ground in the wild card. Padres squeaked out a 2-1 win, with an RBI in the 9th.
Stewart, Storm Beat Mystics 75-73 for 2-0 Series Lead
Breanna Stewart and Susan Bird locked down the Washington Mystics in the final few minutes of game 2 of the WNBA finals. The Storm held off Washington 75-73.
Miller Leads Broncos Past Seahawks 27-24
Von Miller doesn't like playing against Russell Wilson, because he will run you ragged. But, this time Von and the Broncos got to Wilson first. Denver wins 27-24
Haniger’s Legs, Glove Send Mariners Over Yankees 3-2
Mitch Haniger ran the base paths like the Flash to score the winning run and then flew through the air like Superman to catch the final out to secure a 3-2 win.
Eagles Stop Ryan to Jones Again, Beat Falcons 18-12
The defending Super Bowl champs Eagles and Falcons again stood toe to toe in a loosely played game that was decided on a failed 5 yard TD pass from Ryan to Jones.
Back-to-back Homers by Cruz, Span Lead M’s Past O’s 5-2
A couple of miscues got the Mariner fans thinking "Not Again!". Then Nelson Cruz and Denard Span hit back-to-back home runs. Edwin Diaz shut down the O's 5-3.