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NFL team owners vote to expand playoffs to 14 teams

NEW YORK -AP- NFL team owners voted Tuesday to expand the playoffs by one team in each conference, for a total of...

Bergeron, Krug Pace Bruin Domination in St. Louis

Note-This story was originally published on Inside Hockey and is being republished with permission. St. Louis, MO- The...

St. Louis: Frustrating Playoff Record, Hopeful Immediate Future

Note:This story was originally published on Inside Hockey and has been republished here with permission. St. Louis, MO- In...

2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs Preview

Playoff hockey has arrived. Sixteen teams are geared up to take a run at Lord Stanley's precious chalice with sixteen different and fascinating stories...

Ancer Takes Dell Technologies Lead, Adds To Career Best Season

Ivana Ariano never saw a round of competitive golf before Sunday. The Northeastern University alum made the trip from Boston to Norton to see her cousin, Abraham Ancer, play the third round of the Dell Technologies Championship.

DeChambeau Out-Duels Tiger

Bryson DeChambeau played with his childhood idol on Sunday at the Dell Technologies Championship, and climbed the leaderboard in the process.

Rose Leads Competitive Opener at Dell Technologies

For the second consecutive week, a FedEx Cup event opened with a tight leaderboard. Unlike The Northern Trust, though, the Dell Technologies began it's weekend with a single man atop the board.

Dell Technologies Championship Preview

The FedEx Cup Playoffs move from New Jersey to Massachusetts for the final iteration of the Dell Technologies this week. The current Labor Day tournament dropping off the schedule has some PGA players disappointed.

DeChambeau Claims Northern Trust, Top FedEx Cup Spot

Bryson DeChambeau takes the FedEx Cup lead with a win at the Northern Trust.

Why Not Justus Sheffield?

When the New York Yankees turned to seasoned trade deadline acquisition Lance Lynn to replace Sonny Gray in the rotation, some wondered why not Justus Sheffield? The 22-year old is oozing with upside and owns a shiny 2.16 ERA for the Triple-A RailRiders.