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September 6, 2021

Notre Dame Holds Off FSU with 41-38 Win in OT

The Fighting Irish held on to beat Florida State Sunday night after blowing a big lead going into the fourth quarter. The game, which ended with a 41-yard field goal in overtime, featured Seminoles QB McKenzie Milton playing in his first game since suffering a major leg injury nearly three years ago and Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly making some questionable comments following the win.

Cantlay Claims FedEx Cup, $15M with Win at Tour Championship

Patrick Cantlay captured the FedEx Cup on Sunday with a one-shot victory over top-ranked John Rahm to claim the US PGA Tour Championship — and a monster $15 million payday. Cantlay, who finished the season with four PGA Tour wins, including last week’s BMW Championship, earned the first FedEx Cup title of his career.

USMNT Ties Canada in World Cup Qualifier

The US Men’s National Team earned a 1-1 draw against Canada Sunday night’s World Cup qualifier before a crowd of 43,023 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tenn. The USMNT is winless through two games of 2022 World Cup qualifying, previously drawing against El Salvador.

WNBA Unveils Top 25 Players in League History

In an effort to celebrate its 25th season, the WNBA on Sunday unveiled the members of the “W25” —  a collection of the 25 greatest and most influential players in WNBA history. The list, which features ten current players, including five-time Olympic gold medalists Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi, was determined via votes by a panel of media and women’s basketball pioneers/advocates.

PSG Announces Two-year Deal With Dior

Fresh off signing Lionel Messi during the summer transfer window, Paris Saint-Germain revealed Dior as its official wardrobe provider as part of a two-year partnership. The fashion house will provide upscale menswear in addition to more casual apparel, including polo shirts and knitted sweaters. PSG is the first sports team to sign a deal with Dior.

18-Year-Old Alcaraz Continues to Cruise at US Open

Spanish 18-year-old Carlos Alcaraz became the youngest man to reach the US Open quarterfinals in 30 years with a comeback win against Peter Gojowczyk Sunday night. Alcaraz is the youngest man to reach the quarterfinals of the US Open since Michael Chang back in 1990, notes ESPN.

World Cup Qualifier Between Brazil-Argentina Halted By Health Officials

A World Cup qualifying match between Brazil and Argentina was suspended Sunday night after Brazilian health officials intervened after learning four Argentine players based in England allegedly broke COVID-19  quarantine rules. The game was halted only minutes after kick-off for what Brazilian health officials deemed a “serious health risk.”