October 1, 2015 RSS feed / State/National Sports

Ravens and Steelers battle for relevance?

PITTSBURGH (AP) — The animosity is still there bubbling just underneath the surface.  Forgive the Baltimore Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers, though, if the current state of their longstanding rivalry is the least of their growing list o More...

Blue Jays rout Orioles to win AL East crown

BALTIMORE (AP) — With its rout of Baltimore in the first game of a doubleheader, Toronto clinched its first AL East title in 22 years, bringing an appropriate conclusion to its unstoppable, two-month run.  More...

COLLEGE PICKS

The first sort’em out Saturday of the college football season is here and no team is facing more pressure than No. 13 Alabama. The Crimson Tide risks being sorted right out of the College Football Playoff race by Georgia.  More...

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Steeler defense coming along quicker than expected

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Keith Butler didn’t exactly dumb things down when he took over for Dick LeBeau Pittsburgh Steelers defensive coordinator last winter.  Maybe streamlined is the better word.  More...

Penn State seeking options to renovate

STATE COLLEGE (AP) — How much are history and tradition worth? It’s a question Penn State athletic director Sandy Barbour will soon answer about the school’s football stadium.  More...

Cardinals clinch NL Central title

PITTSBURGH (AP) — The celebration has become a fall ritual for the St. Louis Cardinals. The champagne showers. The rowdy sing-alongs. The giddy clubhouse joy.  More...

Getting ball to Miller one of Meyer’s goals

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Getting the ball to Braxton Miller is one Ohio State coach Urban Meyer’s goals at Indiana this week in the Big Ten opener.  More...

New home

FRISCO, Texas (AP) — The U.S. National Soccer Hall of Fame and Museum is getting a new home.  More...

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