Las Vegas, NV (SportsNetwork.com) - Hall of Fame basketball coach Jerry Tarkanian died Wednesday. He was 84 years old.
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LOS ANGELES—Former Olympian Bruce Jenner was involved in a multi-vehicle crash Saturday on Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu that left one person dead and several injured, authorities said.
Charlie Sifford, who overcame death threats, heckling from spectators and sabotage on the course to become the first African American golfer on the PGA Tour in 1961 and who was often called the Jackie Robinson of his sport, died Feb. 3 at a hospital in Cleveland. He was 92.
GLENDALE, Ariz. — Tom Brady had an answer for this kind of pressure.
From Ronald Reagan to Gerald Ford, CNN’s Tom Foreman takes a look at those who made it from the football field to the political pulpit.
Ernie Terrell, who held a share of the heavyweight boxing championship in the 1960s but was best known for a title bout he lost in 1967 to Muhammad Ali, who taunted him throughout the brutal fight, died Dec. 16 at a Chicago hospital. He was 75.
HOUSTON — Former Texas A&M wide receiver Travis Labhart of Whitesboro has re-signed with the Houston Texans and has been placed on the Texans’ practice squad.
Final results from the Grayson County Amateur held Saturday and Sunday at Grayson College Golf Course:
GRAPEVINE — Texas Rangers general manager Jon Daniels on Wednesday chose his words carefully on the subject of assistant general manager A.J. Preller leaving the club to join San Diego as general manager. Daniels wanted to avoid do anything to upstage the Padres’ pending announcement.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Tiger Woods says he’s pain-free and planning to play in the PGA Championship, which starts today.