Shead saves day for new No. 1 Houston vs. OU

Jamal Shead hit a short follow shot with 0.4 seconds left, and No. 1 Houston beat Oklahoma 87-85 on Saturday night, giving coach Kelvin Sampson a victory over one of his former schools.


Self sees positives in Kansas despite another loss

Despite an 82-74 loss to Baylor, Kansas coach Bill Self said he thought his skidding Jayhawks "did some good things."


Self sees positives in Kansas despite another loss

Despite an 82-74 loss to Baylor, Kansas coach Bill Self said he thought his skidding Jayhawks "did some good things."


Tiger 'honored' to win highest honor from USGA

Tiger Woods, 48, who has won 15 majors among his 82 career victories on the PGA Tour, has been selected to receive the Bob Jones Award, the highest honor from the USGA that recognizes his commitment to sportsmanship and respect for golf's traditions.


Jays: Manoah's MRI shows 'no structural concern'

Toronto pitcher Alek Manoah, on his way back from a topsy-turvy season that saw him land back in the minor leagues, felt some soreness during a bullpen session Friday, but Blue Jays manager John Schneider said an MRI showed "no structural concern at all."


Moore honored in Wisconsin return after '19 crash

Former Wisconsin player and assistant coach Howard Moore received a standing ovation in his first public appearance at the Kohl Center since a 2019 car wreck that killed his wife and daughter and left him with serious injuries.


Ex-Steelers LB Russell, 7-time Pro Bowler, dies

Legendary Steelers outside linebacker Andy Russell, a two-time Super Bowl champion, has died at age 82.


Red Sox 2B Grissom unlikely for Opening Day

Red Sox second baseman Vaughn Grissom is unlikely to be ready for Opening Day after suffering a groin injury while taking ground balls.


Braves' Acuna set for further evaluation on knee

Reigning NL MVP Ronald Acuna Jr. has irritation around his meniscus that should not keep him out for Opening Day, though he is set to undergo further evaluation.


Long jump champ says he'd quit if rules change

Miltiadis Tentoglou threatened to quit the long jump shortly after winning the world indoor title, saying he would change events if the sport implements a rule change intended to eliminate foul jumps.