Week 12 got underway with a trio of thrilling Thanksgiving matchups, but we’ve still got a full slate of Sunday and Monday action on tap. After the Lions nearly upset the Bills, the Giants hung around with the Cowboys and the Patriots threatened to spoil Turkey Day in Minnesota, it’s anyone’s guess who should actually be favored in the next big NFL games. But that’s where we come in, bringing you expert analysis and best
The 2022 NFL season is here, giving us the first real meaningful action since Super Bowl 56. That means it’s time for Sporting News to get back to picking games against the spread and straight up for 2022.
From opening kickoff Thursday night through Monday night, every team has a clean slate and represents a fresh set of possibilities. With all the records unblemished, here’s navigating through some of the unknown to make a fearless
The first NFL Sunday live on Sky Sports for the 2022 season sees the New England Patriots travel to the Miami Dolphins and the Green Bay Packers visit the Minnesota Vikings in two crunch divisional matchups – watch live on Sky Sports NFL from 6pm on Sunday, September 11
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The top-five showdown between No. 2 Ohio State and No. 5 Notre Dame is the most-anticipated game on the Week 1 schedule.
The matchup between the Buckeyes and Irish is part of a loaded five-day weekend that starts with the renewal of the Backyard Brawl between No. 17 Pittsburgh and West Virginia on Thursday and ends with the ACC opener between No. 4 Clemson and Georgia Tech on Monday. There also are ranked matchups between
Most of the 131 teams playing in the FBS won’t take the field until next week, but for 17% of college football’s top division, the 2022 season begins Saturday in Week 0 with games taking place as far east as Dublin, Ireland to as far west as Honolulu, Hawaii. Since games are scattered across six time zones, there will be games to watch from early in the day into late at night.
Nebraska vs. Northwestern
Missouri has landed Manning!
No, not that Manning family. Joshua Manning, a four-star wide receiver from Lee’s Summit, gave Mizzou a verbal commitment Thursday night, picking Eli Drinkwitz’s team over Kansas State, Iowa State and Nebraska during a ceremony at Lee’s Summit High School. The 6-foot-3, 190-pound wideout is rated as high as the state’s No. 6 player by On3.com.
As a junior last fall, Manning caught 69 passes for 900 yards and 11
In line with changing tourist expectations, Sanya is constantly enriching its offering to attract new travelers to discover its shores and encourage previous ones to return. As the winter season winds down, Sanya is helping sports enthusiasts, especially ski lovers, to continue finessing their athletic prowess with more options of water sports in the coming summer.
“In terms of technical and physical skills, surfing and skiing have a lot in common. Wake surfing, for example,
OK … let’s talk about fishing. Lower water levels in area reservoirs and low flows at their inlets has been causing anglers to change their tactics a bit, but there are fish to be caught.
Lake Maloney’s water level is slowly trending down. Very little water is coming into the lake at the inlet and is not expected to be flowing again until November. Fishing activity at the inlet is
Welcome to the Monday edition of the Pick Six newsletter!
After spending the past week talking about nothing except for Tom Brady’s return to New England, I have some bad news for you (or good news, depending on your point of view): We’re going to talk about it some more today and that’s because the Patriots and Buccaneers gave us a crazy game.
I didn’t think it was possible, but Brady’s return to New England
Football! It’s back, it’s real and it’s spectacular. While there’s still a pandemic in the background, it feels vastly different from a year ago, when football legitimately could have just disappeared. Now we have fans in the stands and it could present some interesting betting opportunities — at the very least it’s going to create wildly different game situations for these players.
After a year of being able to easily communicate in empty stadiums, quarterbacks