• Brown throws 5 TDs, BC beats Wake Forest, 41-34

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — Anthony Brown threw two of his career-high five touchdown passes to Jeff Smith, and Boston College beat Wake Forest 41-34 on Thursday night in a game that started two hours early with Hurricane Florence approaching.

  • After poor opener, Cardinals look to control Gurley, Rams

    TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — The Washington Redskins shredded the Arizona Cardinals for 182 yards on the ground in their season opener, most of any team in the NFL last week.

  • Sharks acquire Erik Karlsson from Senators

    SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — General manager Doug Wilson began the offseason by making a run to add John Tavares to the San Jose Sharks. When that move failed and Tavares signed with Toronto, Wilson stood pat instead of rushing into a lesser move.

  • Stars Group launches online sports betting in New Jersey

    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — One of the world’s largest online gambling companies has launched mobile sports betting in New Jersey, the latest to do so in the rapidly expanding market.

  • Manziel back at practice, wonders why he isn’t playing

    MONTREAL (AP) — A healthy Johnny Manziel is wondering why he’s isn’t starting for the Montreal Alouettes.

  • Arenado, Story homer to help Rockies beat Diamondbacks 10-3

    DENVER (AP) — Kyle Freeland got in on the fun at the plate, too, for the Colorado Rockies.

  • Foles, Fitzpatrick prosper as backup QBs for Eagles, Bucs

    TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Gerald McCoy is puzzled when he hears people question the ability of fellow NFL players, particularly backup quarterbacks such as Nick Foles and Ryan Fitzpatrick.

  • Charlotte edges Old Dominion 28-25 in Conference USA opener

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Chris Reynolds threw for 202 yards and two touchdowns and Charlotte beat Old Dominion 28-25 on Friday night in a Conference USA opener played two days early because of Hurricane Florence.

  • Mets’ David Wright set to play on Sept. 29

    NEW YORK (AP) — New York Mets captain David Wright will return for the team’s final homestand, making what will probably be his last appearance as a big leaguer.

  • FCS Presbyterian cancels game after switching site

    Second-ranked Clemson is the only major conference school in the Carolinas and Virginia that will play its scheduled football game this weekend as Hurricane Florence looms.