Potential buyer group scouts Toronto area
BUFFALO, N.Y. — A Buffalo Bills prospective ownership group that includes rocker Jon Bon Jovi has conducted a feasibility study into buying the NFL franchise and building a stadium in Toronto, a person close to the situation said....
Majka wins 16th stage, Nibali leads
PLA D’ADET, France — On the last of four Pyrenees ascents, Rafal Majka winked at a French TV camera and tugged playfully at a motorcycle’s antenna....
Aggie’s QB Chuckie Keeton talk dominates Mountain West media day
LAS VEGAS — Utah State quarterback Chuckie Keeton got his junior season off to a superb start, only to have it derailed by a knee injury in Game 6....
Patriots prepare for another Super Bowl run
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Three quarterbacks took turns throwing as the New England Patriots began training camp Thursday. It’s the 15th for Tom Brady, the fourth for Ryan Mallett and the first for Jimmy Garoppolo. All had plenty to learn....
Manning trying new targets
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Though his physical condition is no longer a big question mark for Peyton Manning, when he looks around at training camp, he must feel like he’s starting over again....
Heavily favored U.S. group faces off against world’s best female golfers
OWINGS MILLS, Md. — The inaugural International Crown is unique for what it isn’t. Thirty-two elite players from eight countries will compete at Caves Valley Golf Club to determine which nation has the best women’s players in the world. ...
Ol’ ball coach believes his team can compete for national championship
BLYTHEWOOD, S.C. — South Carolina’s Steve Spurrier always considered the Gamecocks were a long-term project, even if some on the outside of the program saw it was just a quick lay-over for the national championship coach. “I didn’t plan ...
Weir, DeLaet attempt to end 60-year Open drought
MONTREAL — Mike Weir was well aware that it has been 60 years since a Canadian won the Canadian Open....
Tim Petrovic and Michael Puttnam share top spot
MONTREAL — Tim Petrovic and Michael Putnam shared the first-round lead in the Canadian Open on Thursday, shooting 6-under 64 in sunny, breezy afternoon conditions at rain-softened Royal Montreal....
NCAA infractions chair responds to ‘cheating pays’
The chairman of the NCAA’s infractions committee says a number of factors could be the cause for the lack of activity by the group that prompted Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby to call the enforcement program “broken.”
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