Thursday Sports Update – Yankees Take American League Wildcard

(Bronx, NY) — The Yankees are moving on to the American League Division Series. Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton homered as they beat the A’s 7-2 in the AL wild card game in New York. The Yankees will now play the rival Red Sox in the ALDS starting tomorrow in Boston.

Both National League Division Series Start Today

(Undated) — The two National League Division Series get underway today. The Brewers host the Rockies in Milwaukee and the Braves battle the Dodgers in Los Angeles.

Astros Host Indians Tomorrow

(Houston, TX) — The American League Division Series opens up tomorrow as the Houston Astros welcome the Cleveland Indians to Minute Maid Park. Justin Verlander will take the mound in Game One while the Indians counter with Corey Kluber. The ‘Stros will send out Gerrit Cole in Game Two on Saturday.

Cowboys Prep For Texans

(Frisco, TX) — The Cowboys are back at practice as they get ready for Sunday’s showdown with the Texans in Houston. Dallas is 2-and-2 after a victory over Detroit in Week Four, while the Texans sit at 1-and-3. Ezekiel Elliott enters Week Five as the NFL’s leading rusher with 426 yards after stepping off 152 yards on 25 carries against the Lions. Join us this evening at 6 for the Cowboys Huddle at Beef O’Brady’s – 34th & Coulter in the Summitt Shopping Center. We will be talking about the Cowboys win over the Lions and this week’s game against the Texans. We will have $2 domestic beer during the show.

Williams Sits Out Practice

(Frisco, TX) — Wide receiver Terrance Williams missed practice, although he was on the premises. He sat out the Lions’ game last Sunday because of personal reasons. Linebacker Sean Lee did not participate in the initial practice for Houston because of a hamstring injury. He is not expected to play this week.

Texans Clash With Cowboys Sunday

(Houston, TX) — The Texans defend home turf on Sunday as they face the Dallas Cowboys. Houston looks to get a win streak going after getting its first win versus the Colts in Week Four. J.J. Watt, DeAndre Hopkins, and Lamar Miller were all limited in practice yesterday but should be good to go on Sunday.

Patriots Host Colts On Thursday Night Football

(Foxboro, MA) — The Patriots will try to climb above .500 as they host the Colts on Thursday Night Football in Foxboro. New England is 2-and-2 on the season after Sunday’s 38-7 demolition of the Dolphins. Indianapolis is just 1-and-3 after Sunday’s 37-34 overtime setback to the visiting Texans.

Mavs In China, Play Sixers Tomorrow

(Undated) — The Mavericks are in China to play the Sixers in a couple of NBA preseason games. They will face Philadelphia tomorrow in Shanghai and again on Monday in Shenzhen.

Rockets Host Pacers

(Houston, TX) — The Rockets are at the Toyota Center tonight as they host the Indiana Pacers. Houston won its preseason opener on Tuesday against the Grizzlies. Clint Capela is doubtful to play tonight as he deals with a sore foot. P.J. Tucker and Nene have already been ruled out for the Rockets.

NBA Preseason
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New York Knicks 107, Brooklyn Nets 102
Detroit Pistons 97, Oklahoma City Thunder 91
Milwaukee Bucks 116, Chicago Bulls 82
Phoenix Suns 91, New Zealand Breakers 86
LA Clippers 128, Minnesota Timberwolves 101

Stars Host Coyotes Tonight

(Dallas, TX) — The Stars will open their NHL season tonight at home against the Arizona Coyotes. Dallas went 4-2-and-1 in preseason games. The Stars are beginning a new era under Jim Montgomery, who was the head coach at the University of Denver the past five years.

NHL
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Toronto Maple Leafs 3, Montreal Canadiens 2 (OT)
Washington Capitals 7, Boston Bruins 0
Vancouver Canucks 5, Calgary Flames 2
Anaheim Ducks 5, San Jose Sharks 2

College Football Preview

(Undated) — In college football on Saturday, 20th-ranked Texas faces number-five Oklahoma at the Cotton Bowl in the annual Red River Showdown, SMU visits number-13 Central Florida, Texas A&M hosts 15th-ranked Kentucky, Baylor entertains Kansas State and North Texas State is at UTEP. TCU and Texas Tech are off this week. The West Texas A&M Buffs host UT Permian Basin Saturday night at 6.

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