Horschel unaware wife was ready to go public about alcoholism
In a poignant post Monday on Twitter, a day after Horschel's first PGA Tour victory since the end of the 2014 season, Brittany Horschel revealed that she is battling alcoholism. She said she spent more than two months at a treatment center last year, and just last weekend marked the one-year anniversary of her sobriety.
NASCAR adds road course to 2018 playoff
NASCAR announced several changes to its 2018 schedule Tuesday, including new tracks for the final 11 races.
Mixed emotions for Dixon after armed robbery
Santana hurls two-hitter as surging Twins blank Baltimore
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Ryan's Sanders, Douglas nominated to U.S. Army All-American Bowl
The nominees for the 2018 U.S. Army All-American Bowl have been announced, and two of Ryan's top returning players are on the list.
Hoffman’s goal helps Senators beat Penguins to force Game 7
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Warriors sweep Spurs to make third straight trip to the NBA Finals
Astros one-hit Tigers, win 1-0
College baseball: Argyle-ex, Tech pitcher named to Big 12 team
Former Argyle standout and current Texas Tech relief pitcher Parker Mushinski was named on Tuesday to the the All-Big 12 baseball team as an honorable mention selection.
Indy 500 pole-winner Dixon, retired Franchitti robbed at Taco Bell
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis 500 pole-winner Scott Dixon, his wife and retired three-time race winner Dario Franchitti were unharmed after being robbed at gunpoint in the drive-thru lane of a Taco Bell making a late-night food run, police said Monday.
NBA short on drama, long on suspicion
Did you know NBA Commissioner Adam Silver was so worried about the league's TV ratings, he rang up LeBron James and told him to take it easy on the Celtics? Me neither.