(Frisco, TX) — The Cowboys will return to the practice field today to continue preparing for a Sunday night matchup with the Vikings at AT&T Stadium. The 5-and-3 Cowboys are beginning a stretch of four games in 19 days. They’ll also play the Lions, Patriots and Bill during that span.
Injured Cowboys’ Defensive Tackle Arrested
(Frisco, TX) — Cowboys defensive tackle Daniel Ross has been charged with marijuana possession and unlawful possession of a weapon after a routine traffic stop near Dallas. He has not played this season after being placed on the injured reserve in August with a shoulder problem. He appeared in 13 games last season.
Raiders Host Chargers On TNF
(Oakland, CA) — The NFL’s Thursday Night Football spotlight shines on the AFC West this week as the Raiders host the Chargers at the Coliseum. Oakland beat Detroit on Sunday to even its record at 4-and-4, while the Chargers have won their last two games to get to 4-and-5. The Chiefs lead the division at 6-and-3. The Bolts have won four straight against the Raiders.
Chiefs’ Mahomes Full Participant In Practice
(Kansas City, MO) — Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is getting closer to returning to the field. He was a full participant in practice yesterday for the first time since dislocating his right kneecap in Week Seven against the Broncos. Matt Moore has been the starter while Mahomes has been out. He’s thrown four touchdown passes and no interceptions as the backup.
Mavericks Edge By Magic
(Dallas, TX) — Luka Doncic poured in 27 points as the Mavericks nipped the Magic 107-106 in Dallas. Maxi Kleber scored 14 points and Tim Hardaway Jr. 13 off the bench for Dallas, which has won three of its last four. The Mavericks remain home tomorrow night against the New York Knicks.
Rockets Reject Warriors
(Houston, TX) — James Harden scored 36 points and doled out 13 assists to the lead Rockets to a 129-112 win over the Warriors in Houston. PJ Tucker contributed 22 points and 11 rebounds to the win, while Clint Capela added 19 points and a game-high 16 boards. Houston improved to 5-and-3 and goes on the road Saturday playing the Bulls in Chicago.
Indiana Pacers 121, Washington Wizards 106
Detroit Pistons 122, New York Knicks 102
Toronto Raptors 124, Sacramento Kings 120
Houston Rockets 129, Golden State Warriors 112
Chicago Bulls 113, Atlanta Hawks 93
Memphis Grizzlies 137, Minnesota Timberwolves 121
Dallas Mavericks 107, Orlando Magic 106
Utah Jazz 106, Philadelphia 76ers 104
Milwaukee Bucks 129, LA Clippers 124
Stars Open Four-Game Canadian Trip Sunday
(Dallas, TX) — The salsa-hot Dallas Stars will open a four-game Canadian trip on Sunday in Winnipeg. The Stars have won four straight and seven of eight to even their record at 8-8-and-1. They do not return home until November 19th against Vancouver.
New York Rangers 5, Detroit Red Wings 1
St. Louis Blues 5, Edmonton Oilers 2
College Football Roundup
(Undated) — In college football Saturday, number-12 and undefeated Baylor will play at TCU. Texas will host 16th-ranked Kansas State. Number-25 SMU will try to rebound from its first loss of the season when it hosts East Carolina. The North Texas Mean Green will be at Louisiana Tech. Texas Tech will go to West Virginia. West Texas A&M will be at Texas A&M-Kingsville.
College Basketball Roundup
(Undated) — In college basketball, Texas A&M downed Northwestern State 77-63 in College Station to open the Buzz Williams-era. Tonight, TCU will tipoff its season against Southwestern in Fort Worth. Tomorrow night, number-18 Baylor will play Washington at the Armed Forces Classic in Anchorage and North Texas will be at VCU. On Saturday, Tulsa will be at UT-Arlington, number-12 Texas Tech will host Bethune-Cookman and Texas will be at Purdue.
College Basketball (Top-25 Coaches’ Poll)
#9 North Carolina Tar Heels 76, Notre Dame Fighting Irish 65
#11 Virginia Cavaliers 48, Syracuse Orange 34
#18 Ohio State Buckeyes 64, Cincinnati Bearcats 56
#21 Arizona Wildcats 91, Northern Arizona Lumberjacks 52
#23 Purdue Boilermakers 79, Green Bay Phoenix 57
High School Football Thursday –
Frenship at Tascosa
Caprock at Lubbock Coronado