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  • Billy Horschel's hot hand nets Tour Championship, FedEx Cup, $11.4M

    Billy Horschel capped off the best three weeks of his career with the biggest payoff in golf. Horschel pulled away from a self-destructing Rory McIlroy early, and then holed two clutch putts that felt like $10 million to hold off Jim Furyk on the back nine at East Lake. He closed with a 2-under 68 for a three-shot victory in the Tour...

  • Broncos vs. Chiefs: Rewind

    Join The Gazette for live updates from the Chiefs at Broncos game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver.

  • Charles, Berry leave game with ankle injury

    DENVER — The Kansas City Chiefs have been hit hard by injuries for a second straight week with All-Pro running back Jamaal Charles and safety Eric Berry leaving the game with ankle injuries Sunday against the Denver Broncos. The return of both players was listed as questionable. Charles was stopped on a run up the middle early in the...

  • Charles, Berry leave game with ankle injury

    DENVER — Kansas City Chiefs All-Pro running back Jamaal Charles has left the game with a left ankle injury after being brought down in the first quarter Sunday against the Denver Broncos. His return was questionable. Charles was stopped on a run up the middle by Broncos safety T.J. Ward and then hobbled to the bench. Charles was examined by...

  • Broncos' turf at Sports Authority Field playing better than it looks

    A striking visual confronted a national TV audience last Sunday night. The Broncos began their season playing on haggard-looking turf at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. The field played well, with minimal slippage, but it didn't look well. "We have always placed a lot of pride in the 'playability' of our turf. The safety of players is...

  • Tailgating Minnesota Vikings fan in Adrian Peterson jersey wields switch

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  • Carolina Panthers change stance, deactivate star player convicted of domestic assault

    CHARLOTTE — Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy is inactive for Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions. That news comes after Panthers coach Ron Rivera said Friday that Hardy would play. Hardy was convicted July 15 of assault on a female and communicating threats. He is appealing the ruling. He was active...

  • Peterson case creates new crisis for NFL

    MINNEAPOLIS — Minnesota Vikings star running back Adrian Peterson's booking on a child abuse charge Saturday has created another crisis for the embattled NFL, already derided for not responding strongly enough to acts of domestic violence by its players. It also has touched off a national debate about the role of corporal punishment in...

  • Two strokes haven't kept AFA coach from competing

    At 42, Lt. Col. Dan Oosterhous, an Air Force pilot, tennis coach and athlete, felt alive and healthy until a stroke threatened to end his career and forever alter his life. Recently medically retired, Oosterhous continues as the Air Force Academy's men's head tennis coach and as an athlete representing the nation in the first Invictus Games...

  • Klee: Broncos Country should crack a cold one for Chiefs fans

    DENVER — There was a time, not that long ago, when Chiefs Kingdom had this argument over the quarterback situation in Kansas City: Damon Huard or Tyler Thigpen? There was a time, too, when blowing a 28-point lead in a playoff game was something the Raiders would do, or missing three field goals in a playoff game was something no one could do,...

  • Kelly leaves with injury, No. 16 ASU beats Colorado

    BOULDER — Taylor Kelly threw for three touchdowns and ran 50 yards for another score before leaving with a right foot injury, and No. 16 Arizona State withstood a late challenge from Colorado to beat the Buffaloes 38-24 on Saturday night. D.J Foster also had a big night for Arizona State (3-0, 1-0 Pac-12), running 20 times for 147 yards,...

  • Saturday's high school box scores

    Cross Country Pueblo Central Invitational At Pueblo Central BOYS 1. Alamosa 95, 2. The Classical Academy 100, 3. Legend 116, 4. Rampart 125, 5. Vanguard 127. Individuals-1. Martinez (WIDE) 16:25, 2. DeLaCerda (ALA) 16:26, 3. Duran (PC) 16:29, 4. Lewenkamp (CUS) 16:35, 5. Norman (TCA) 16:39, 6. Johnson (TCA) 16:41, 8. Oldach (FFC) 16:48, 9....

  • Pine Creek looks good in beating No. 6 Dakota Ridge 31-3 despite miscues

    The Pine Creek Eagles weren't hitting on all cylinders Saturday, and managed to shoot themselves in the foot at District 20 Stadium. Despite all of the mistakes though - the mishandled runs, the dropped passes, and not to mention the plethora of opportunities gone dry - the top-ranked Eagles still managed to look like the best team in Class...

  • Discovery Canyon airs it out against rival TCA

    Discovery Canyon's football plan isn't tough to figure out. The Thunder are going to try and steamroll opponents with a ground game that features multiple rushers. At least, that was until Saturday. On two of the first three plays from scrimmage the Thunder attacked through the air for gains of 52 and 23 yards - the second, a touchdown pass...

  • Late bloomer Sam Bauer making her mark for UCCS cross country

    A remarkable college career is even more so when you consider how far Sam Bauer has come. The Liberty High School graduate, who took up cross country as a lark her junior year, is making her mark in the Colorado-Colorado Springs' women's program as a senior. Bauer placed fifth at the seventh annual Rust Buster meet on Saturday at Monument...

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