Arizona freshman Deandre Ayton had a dominant game Saturday despite the Wildcats' loss at Oregon and the absence of head coach Sean Miller in the wake of an ESPN report that detailed Miller's alleged involvement to pay Ayton $100,000 to attend the school.
A power-play goal by Kirill Kaprizov in overtime lifted the Russians to the gold medal in men's hockey with a 4-3 win over Germany at the Pyeongchang Olympics.
A heated Russell Westbrook went off on Zaza Pachulia on Saturday night, accusing the Warriors center of intentionally falling on his leg and trying to hurt him late in the third quarter of a game Golden State won 112-80.
Now that Jacksonville has committed to Blake Bortles it needs to put more talent around him, primarily at wide receiver and tight end.
Kentucky freshman Kevin Knox deflected questions Saturday about alleged ties to a sports agent and a report detailing the FBI's investigation into college basketball recruiting.
In an intense slugfest, Srisaket Sor Rungvisai emerged with a majority decision victory over Juan Francisco Estrada to retain his junior bantamweight world title Saturday night at The Forum.
Flyweight world titleholder Donnie Nietes dominated Juan Carlos Reveco in a KO victory, and McWilliams Arroyo surprised Carlos Cuadras for a majority decision win at Superfly 2 on Saturday.
After a slow start marred by poor shooting, the Warriors broke open a close game against the Thunder for a statement win.
After Duke freshman Wendell Carter Jr. was named in a Yahoo! Sports report detailing the FBI's ongoing investigation into illegal recruiting practices, coach Mike Krzyzewski explained how the school handled Carter's clearance to play on Saturday.
Jeremy Stephens recorded a vicious second-round knockout of Josh Emmett on Saturday at UFC Fight Night, strengthening his case for a shot at the featherweight belt.
Alabama point guard Collin Sexton played for the Crimson Tide on Saturday, a day after being one of the Division I players named in a Yahoo! Sports report as possibly breaking NCAA rules through violations uncovered by the FBI.
A lawyer representing the family of Deandre Ayton called allegations involving the Arizona star freshman false and urged the FBI, the NCAA and the university to come out publicly and clear his name.
The International Olympic Committee has upheld its ban of Russia from the Pyeongchang Olympics, denying the country the chance to march into Sunday's closing ceremony under its own flag.
The Jaguars likely are out of the quarterback market after agreeing to a three-year, $54 million extension with Blake Bortles, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter. The deal is worth up to $66.5 million with incentives and includes $26.5 million guaranteed.
Still seeking his first Cup win, the Georgia native received dozens of fan-donated good-luck charms through a promotion orchestrated by Atlanta Motor Speedway, site of Sunday's race.
Tiger Woods is seven strokes off the lead and optimistic about his play entering the final round of the Honda Classic.
As a wide-ranging FBI investigation continues to send shock waves through college basketball, Georgia coach Mark Fox said Saturday that he is "past anger, sadness" and is "disgusted with how people have treated our game."
Following his team's win over Virginia Tech on Saturday, Louisville senior Quentin Snider said it was "a relief" to see other programs implicated in the widespread FBI investigation that has rocked college basketball, adding, "Everything was just on us."
Dismissing any notion that the Terps' 24-point home loss was due in part to the FBI's revelations on Friday, Maryland coach Mark Turgeon said the school would conduct its own internal investigation.
Texas guard Eric Davis Jr. and San Diego State forward Malik Pope will not play while their schools investigate allegations they each took money from ASM Sports.