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Richy Werenski sets course record, Justin Thomas takes lead in Zozo Championship

The South Hadley native shot a 61 to break Tiger Woods's mark and move into a tie for sixth, just three shots back entering the weekend.

Seahawks injuries include unlikely name: coach Pete Carroll

Carroll underwent arthroscopic knee surgery during Seattle’s bye last week.

Arizona men’s basketball receives notice of allegations from NCAA

The school had been in the NCAA’s crosshairs since 2017, when assistant coach Emanuel Richardson was among 10 people arrested as part of a federal corruption investigation into college basketball.

Raiders latest COVID tests all negative

Las Vegas's game Sunday against Tom Brady and the Buccaneers is still on, for now.

Why Mohegan Sun will be the hub of college basketball this winter

About 35 teams from more than a dozen conferences will participate at what is being dubbed “Bubbleville” between Nov. 25 and Dec. 5, with up to seven games per day.

25 years of TD Garden: Looking at the arena’s best sports moments since it opened in 1995

From NBA and NHL titles, to the elite performances of college hockey's best, to standout showings from the nation's top gymnasts, the 25-year history of TD Garden is littered with notable moments.

Carson Wentz, Eagles overcome late, 11-point deficit to beat Giants

Amazingly, the Eagles (2-4-1) and Giants (1-6) are right in the mix in the NFC East.

Browns’ Jarvis Landry to play Sunday despite broken rib

“There is no one tougher on the team,” says Browns offensive coordinator Alex Van Pelt of the veteran receiver. “He’s made out of burlap.”