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Posted Date : 2014 October 01

  • Barkley and PSU get their signature moment (Yahoo Sports)

    Saquon Barkley

    Penn State’s heart-stopping victory over Iowa not only keeps them in the championship race, it propels Barkley to the top of Heisman contention.


  • Meet the most famous streaker on the planet (Yahoo Sports)

    Mark Roberts has streaked over 561 events in 22 countries over the last 24 years. How did he do it and what's next?


  • Penn State survives at Iowa in dramatic fashion (Yahoo Sports)

    Trace McSorley

    Penn State emerged from Kinnick Stadium with a dramatic victory thanks to a wild final drive and play.


  • A's rookie is first MLB player to protest anthem (Yahoo Sports)

    A's rookie Bruce Maxwell

    Oakland's Bruce Maxwell became the first MLB player to kneel during the national anthem prior to Saturday’s game against Texas Rangers.


  • Red Sox, Yankees back in playoffs together (Yahoo Sports)

    Red Sox and Yankees

    Believe it or not, it's the first time since 2009 both teams have made the postseason in the same year.


  • TCU halts Oklahoma State in its tracks (Yahoo Sports)

    Mason Rudolph

    TCU made things uncomfortable for Heisman hopeful Mason Rudolph all game and controlled the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball.


  • Sources: Anthony headed to Oklahoma City (Yahoo Sports)

    Sources: Carmelo Anthony traded to Oklahoma City Thunder

    The Knicks will ship Carmelo Anthony to the Thunder for Enes Kanter, Doug McDermott and a 2018 second-round draft pick.


  • Why Great Britain streaker won't strike on Sunday (Yahoo Sports)

    Great Britain's most famous streaker explains why he's streaked at 561 events

    Mark Roberts, who has streaked at 561 events, has a good reason for not running on the field for Sunday's game between the Ravens and Jaguars.


  • Florida State starts 0-2 for first time since 1989 (Yahoo Sports)

    Florida State starts 0-2 for first time since 1989

    In their first game since the opener, the Seminoles tried to rally late against North Carolina State but ultimately fell.


  • Trump doubles down on firing anthem protesters (Yahoo Sports)

    Trump doubles down on firing anthem protesters

    President Donald Trump took to Twitter to repeat his criticism of NFL players who have kneeled during the national anthem.