In an absolute thriller in Vegas, lineal and WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury overcame multiple knockdowns to outslug Deontay Wilder in their trilogy fight. The challenger displayed incredible toughness but was ultimately knocked out in Round 11 by the undefeated Gypsy King.
Texas A&M Stops the Crimson Tide in 41-38 Stunner
Aggies’ kicker Seth Small converted a 28-yarder as time expired to lift unranked Texas A&M over No 1 Alabama, sending the fans on the field in College Station. The field goal came on the heels of a 25-yard TD reception by Ainias Smith to seal a masterful six-play, 65-yard drive by Texas A&M with three minutes left on the clock. With the shocking loss, Alabama will forfeit its top spot in the college rankings.
Max Fried, Braves Shut Out Brewers to Even NLDS
Max Fried struck out nine in six innings on the hill and Austin Riley added a homer to propel the Braves to a 3-0 victory over the Brewers at Miller Park. The result evened their NL Division Series at 1-1 as the series heads to Atlanta.
Oklahoma Stages Epic Comeback to Hook Texas
The Sooners put together a 25-point fourth quarter to complete an unlikely comeback, beating their Texas rivals 55-48. The win marks the biggest comeback in the history of the Red River Showdown, and came on the arm of backup QB Caleb Williams, who came in off the bench to throw for 212 yards and two TDs for a lackluster Spencer Rattler. RB Kennedy Brooks also put up 217 on the ground in the winning effort.
Dodgers’ Bats Heat Up as They Take Down Giants, 9-2
Los Angeles broke their 2-1 lead wide open with a four-run sixth inning, kicked off by a two-RBI double by Cody Bellinger. Dodgers’ ace Jose Urías gave up just one run in an efficient 72 pitch, five-inning showing and he delivered an RBI single in the second to jumpstart the Dodgers’ offense. The series is tied 1-1 as they head back to LA.
Iowa Beats Penn State in Big Ten Clash
In a close matchup, the Hawkeyes eked out a 23-20 victory over their Big Ten rivals. Iowa posted a 10-point fourth-quarter capped off by a Spencer Petras 45-yard bomb to junior WR Nico Ragaini. To make matters worse for the Nittany Lions, they lost their QB Sean Clifford in the defeat; however, the nature of his injury is not yet known.
Ole Miss Outlasts Arkansas, 52-51
It was a wild afternoon in Oxford as the No 17 Rebels took on the 14th-ranked Razorbacks. Ole Miss claimed the lead on a 68-yard pass by Matt Coral, with 1:07 left. Arkansas staged a heroic final drive in the last minute, scoring on the final play of regulation. However, their 2-point conversion attempt came up short, as the pressure applied by Sam Williams and Tavius Robinson proved too much for Arkansas QB KJ Jefferson.
Georgia Continues to Dominate, Topples No. 18 Auburn
Georgia preserved their undefeated season, cruising to a 34-18 victory over the Tigers. Zamir Wright had another productive day for the Bulldogs with 79 yards and two touchdowns, while Ladd McConkey ran for 135 and a score.
Sunday Night Football Heads to Kansas City for Chiefs-Bills Showdown
On Sunday, Kansas City will host the richest QB matchup in the NFL as the Chiefs go head-to-head with the Bills for the third time this year. However, many questions remain: Will Josh Allen be able to exploit the 31st-ranked defense in the league? And can the Bills defense contain Mahomes and his magic? All will be answered tonight.