Month: October 2018

Antoine Griezmann would like to end his professional career in the MLS. Griezmann, 27, is under contract with Atletico through June 2022, when he will be 30, and hopes to one day travel the same path. “I want to play in MLS,” he told ESPN FC. “I’d like to finish my career there.” Griezmann has
0 Comments
4:33 PM ET Virginia Tech forward Chris Clarke has been suspended indefinitely, the school announced Wednesday. No further information was provided by the school. Clarke, a 6-foot-6 senior, was runner-up for ACC Sixth Man of the Year last season and was expected to move into the small-ball starting lineup for the Hokies. The versatile forward
0 Comments
8:13 PM ET For the third time in the ranking’s five-year history, the SEC sits atop the first College Football Playoff ranking of the season. 1. Alabama (8-0)2. Clemson (8-0)3. LSU (7-1)4. Notre Dame (8-0)5. Michigan (7-1)6. Georgia (7-1)7. Oklahoma (7-1)8. Washington State (7-1)9. Kentucky (7-1)10. Ohio State (7-1)11. Florida (6-2)12. UCF (7-0)13. West Virginia
0 Comments
Real Madrid has fired Julen Lopetegui as manager after just 14 matches. Santiago Solari has been promoted from the club’s youth team to replace him temporarily. Antonio Conte has been linked to the job on a permanent basis. Lopetegui took the job as manager of Real Madrid while preparing Spain for the 2018 World Cup.
0 Comments
8:31 PM ET Alabama opened as a two-touchdown favorite over LSU in a prime-time SEC showdown in Death Valley that highlights a Saturday with major college football playoff implications. Caesars Palace installed the Crimson Tide as 14.5-point road favorites over the Tigers, who haven’t been this big of home underdogs since 1999. LSU was a
0 Comments