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Rodgers rallies Packers past 49ers

Aaron Rodgers completed two deep passes to Davante Adams on a last-minute drive, setting set up Mason Crosby’s 51-yard field goal on the final play of the game that gave the Green Bay Packers a 30-28 victory over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday night.

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Yankees sweep, beat Red Sox to take AL wild-card lead

Twice given new life after the Red Sox dropped foul balls that would have ended his eighth-inning at-bat, Aaron Judge doubled in the go-ahead runs on Sunday night to lead the New York Yankees to a 6-3 victory and a wild-card flipping three-game sweep.

Yankees sweep, beat Red Sox to take AL wild-card lead

Ohtani on future with Angels: 'I want to win'

Shohei Ohtani might have locked up the American League's Most Valuable Player Award on Sunday, with seven dominant innings against a Seattle Mariners team still fighting for a spot in the postseason. But his Los Angeles Angels ultimately lost for the 82nd time this season, solidifying something else: a sixth consecutive losing season in Anaheim, California.

Ohtani on future with Angels: 'I want to win'

Americans set new course with Ryder Cup win

It’s hard to think of anything American team captain Steve Stricker didn’t accomplish this week at Whistling Straits. First and foremost, his side won the Ryder Cup, trouncing the Europeans 19-9 in a one-sided affair.

Americans set new course with Ryder Cup win

- Bob Weeks

Ryder Cup

Tears fall, putts don't: Europe overmatched at Ryder Cup

Rory McIlroy's face reddened and his eyes welled up with tears. It was hard not to see this coming. His most difficult week at the Ryder Cup — one of his most difficult weeks in golf — came to a merciful close Sunday. Finally, he won a match. To call it a bittersweet finish would probably be too kind.

DJ settles score at Whistling Straits, winning all 5 matches

Dustin Johnson was making the short stroll from the 10th green to the 11th tee at Whistling Straits when the galleries on either side of the narrow path began roaring: “MVP! MVP! MVP!”

Is there a changing of the guard in world golf after United States' resounding victory?

The Americans punctuated their Ryder Cup victory with a trouncing of the Europeans on Sunday. TSN Golf analysts Bob Weeks and Graham DeLaet break down the execution from the United States, their ability to use their mismatches to overpower their opponents and how the future may play out for both sides moving forward.

DeChambeau, Koepka 'wanted to play together,' hug after Ryder Cup win

Things went so well for the U.S. Ryder Cup team this week that by the end of the 19-9 blowout victory, Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka were hugging. Several times.

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Reliance on rookies pays off for U.S. in Ryder Cup blowout

With rookies making up half of its roster, the United States laid waste to the notion that experience is essential to thriving in the Ryder Cup’s glaring spotlight.

NFL Highlights and analysis

Must See: Ravens' fourth-and-19 conversion leads to Tucker's game-winning 66-yard FG

The Ravens convert on fourth-and-19, and Justin Tucker sets an NFL record with a 66-yard field goal as time expires to lift Baltimore past Detroit.

Sanchez: 'Turnovers is how you beat the Chiefs'

TSN NFL analyst Davis Sanchez joins SportsCentre to discuss the Chargers' win over the Chiefs. Sanchez says the only way to consistently beat the Chiefs is to force them into turnovers, and the Chargers found success doing that in Week 3.

Must See: Agnew scores TD on 109-yard kick-six after Prater misses 68-yard FG attempt

Jaguars kick returner Jamal Agnew now has one of the longest possible plays in NFL history. Agnew returned Matt Prater's missed 68-yard field goal attempt for a 109-yard touchdown as the first half ended.

Must See: Bourne makes amazing grab, tip-toes on sideline for TD

In the fourth quarter, Mac Jones tosses one up for WR Kendrick Bourne, who makes an amazing catch over top of Saints CB Paulson Adebo before tip-toeing on the sideline en route to a touchdown.

Must See: Callaway makes dazzling catch for first career touchdown

On 3rd-and-goal late in the second quarter, Jameis Winston narrowly avoids a sack by tossing a ball up to the end zone, and WR Marquez Callaway somehow comes down with it, with Patriots DB Jonathan Jones draped all over him, for his first career touchdown.

Must See: Samuel Jr. picks off Mahomes with spectacular diving catch

In the first quarter, Patrick Mahomes' pass deflects off the hands of WR Marcus Kemp, and Chargers CB Asante Samuel Jr. comes up with a spectacular diving interception.

Rams take advantage of mismatches to take down Buccaneers

Rams take advantage of mismatches to take down Buccaneers

The Rams' receivers had their way with the Buccaneers' secondary and came away with the victory in Week 3. TSN NFL analyst Davis Sanchez breaks down how Los Angeles was able to take advantage of their mismatches and discusses the role the Rams' defence played in the win.

NFL Recaps

Tucker's NFL-record FG lifts Ravens to win over Lions

Justin Tucker set an NFL record with a 66-yard field goal, bouncing it through off the crossbar as time expired to lift the Baltimore Ravens to a 19-17 win over the Detroit Lions on Sunday.

Chargers rally to beat turnover-prone Chiefs in KC

The Chargers capitalized on four Kansas City turnovers, including Patrick Mahomes' second interception in the closing minutes, and Justin Herbert's touchdown toss to Mike Williams with 32 seconds to go lifted Los Angeles to a 30-24 victory over the Chiefs on Sunday.

Allen shakes off rust in Bills' rout of Washington

Josh Allen quieted his early season critics and own self-doubts by throwing four touchdown passes and scoring another rushing in the Buffalo Bills’ 43-21 rout of the Washington Football Team on Sunday.

Murphy shines on defence as Cardinals beat Jaguars

Byron Murphy intercepted two passes, including one he returned for a touchdown following a botched trick play, and the Arizona Cardinals rallied to beat the skidding Jacksonville Jaguars 31-19 on Sunday.

Burrow throws three TDs, Bengals drop listless Steelers

Joe Burrow threw for 178 yards and three touchdowns, including two to rookie Ja'Marr Chase, and the Cincinnati Bengals handled the listless Pittsburgh Steelers 24-10 on Sunday.

Winston has two touchdowns, Saints pick Jones three times in win over Patriots

Jameis Winston threw two touchdown passes, Malcolm Jenkins returned an interception for a score, and the New Orleans Saints beat the New England Patriots 28-13 on Sunday.

Blue Jays wild card push

Jansen, Springer homer, Blue Jays beat Twins

Danny Jansen hit a go-ahead, three-run homer, George Springer also went deep and the Blue Jays beat the Minnesota Twins 5-2 Sunday to maintain pressure in the AL wild-card race before heading to Toronto for their final homestand.

Jansen, Springer homer, Blue Jays beat Twins

Mitchell on Springer's resurgence, Blue Jays' confidence heading into final week

After stumbling through a difficult September, George Springer produced back-to-back outings with a home run against the Twins. TSN Blue Jays reporter Scott Mitchell discusses whether or not this past series was a turning point for Springer and the level of confidence in the team as it heads into the final week of the regular season with a pivotal series at home against the Yankees on tap.

Mitchell on Springer's resurgence, Blue Jays' confidence heading into final week

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Flames set to welcome fans to Saddledome for first time in 16 months

For the first time in 16 months, the Flames will welcome fans to the Saddledome as they Host the Oilers in their first preseason game. Calgary gave Johnny Gaudreau, Matthew Tkachuk, Jacob Markstrom, and other veterans the game off. Instead, it'll be newcomers like Brad Richardson, Erik Gudbranson, and Tyler Pitlick making their Flames debuts on a roster with several AHL call-ups. Salim Valji has more.

Flames set to welcome fans to Saddledome for first time in 16 months

'Good butterflies': Tavares clears hurdle in return from traumatic injury

In his first game since sustaining a scary injury in last season’s playoffs, John Tavares looked like his old self. The Leafs captain, who told coach Sheldon Keefe he wanted to play the opening pre-season game, scored on the power play and received a warm reception from the fans at Scotiabank Arena. "I’d be lying if I said it was normal pre-season," Tavares said. "Definitely some good butterflies."

'Good butterflies': Tavares clears hurdle in return from traumatic injury

'It was beautiful': Leafs soak up atmosphere as fans finally return

The Leafs welcomed 10,000 fans to Scotiabank Arena on Saturday night for their pre-season opener against the Montreal Canadiens. "You don’t know how much you miss it until it's gone,” said defenceman Jake Muzzin. "It was beautiful." Head coach Sheldon Keefe joked that he spent part of the first period watching the fans instead of the game.

'It was beautiful': Leafs soak up atmosphere as fans finally return

The latest from Leafs camp

Tavares returns ready to turn the page

John Tavares still can’t remember the end of his last game and he doesn’t particularly want to. Tavares recovered quickly but the Leafs’ first-round implosion robbed him of another opportunity to play. So he’s been patiently waiting for that next chance, which will finally come on Saturday in Toronto’s exhibition game against the Canadiens.

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Tavares returns ready to turn the page

With Brodie's help, Dermott aims to prove he has the right stuff

Travis Dermott is looking to show the Leafs he has the right stuff to play the right side. The 24-year-old, left-shooting defenceman has played on the right at times during his four NHL seasons, but now may need to take up permanent residence on his weak side. Mark Masters has more from Leafs' practice.

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With Brodie's help, Dermott aims to prove he has the right stuff

Russian Grand Prix

Was Norris' heartbreaking day more about back luck or bad execution?

After a heartbreaking day for Lando Norris who was just laps away from his first career win only to watch it all slip away in the rain, was the result more about bad luck or bad execution? TSN Racing analyst Tim Hauraney weighs in, and discusses whether Max Verstappen, who started from the back of the grid to finish second place, had a better day than Lewis Hamilton.

Was Norris' heartbreaking day more about back luck or bad execution?

Taurasi, Griner lead Mercury past Storm in OT

Brittney Griner scored 23 points and grabbed 16 rebounds and Diana Taurasi scored six points in overtime as the Phoenix Mercury beat the Seattle Storm 85-80 in the second-round, single elimination WNBA playoff game on Sunday.

WNBA Playoffs

Vandersloot leads balanced Sky past Lynx

Courtney Vandersloot led a balanced offense with 19 points and the sixth-seeded Chicago Sky raced past the third-seeded Minnesota Lynx 89-76 in the second-round, single elimination WNBA playoff game on Sunday night.

Lynx star Fowles named WNBA Defensive Player of Year for 4th time in career

Minnesota Lynx center Sylvia Fowles has been voted the WNBA Defensive Player of the Year for the fourth time, the league announced Sunday.

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Yankees sweep, beat Red Sox to take AL wild-card lead

Twice given new life after the Red Sox dropped foul balls that would have ended his eighth-inning at-bat, Aaron Judge doubled in the go-ahead runs on Sunday night to lead the New York Yankees to a 6-3 victory and a wild-card flipping three-game sweep.

Mariners send Angels to losing season

Shohei Ohtani allowed Jarred Kelenic's tying home run in the seventh inning, and Mitch Haniger hit a go-ahead single in a four-run eighth against the bullpen that lifted the Seattle Mariners over the Angels 4-1 Sunday.

Athletics edge Astros again on walk-off hit

Mark Canha hit an RBI single with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning and the Oakland Athletics again beat Houston with their final swing, edging the AL West-leading Astros 4-3 Sunday.

Seager hits two HRs as Dodgers shutout Diamondbacks

The dominant Dodgers rolled to win No. 100 of the season on Sunday afternoon with a mix that's served them well all season: terrific starting pitching, a few long homers and a shutdown bullpen.

Brewers clinch NL Central, condemn Mets to losing record

The Milwaukee Brewers clinched their second NL Central title in four years, beating the sloppy New York Mets 8-4 Sunday behind Willy Adames's two-run homer and three RBIs.

Cardinals win 16th in row, tops Cubs

Andrew Knizner scored the go-ahead run on Codi Heuer's wild pitch in the ninth inning, and the Cardinals beat the lowly Chicago Cubs 4-2 on Sunday for their 16th straight victory.

Around the pitch

Fati scores in his triumphant return for Barcelona

Wearing the No. 10 jersey that used to belong to Lionel Messi, Ansu Fati made a triumphant return from a long injury layoff on Sunday, scoring a goal and giving Barcelona fans hope for the future.

Arsenal humiliates Spurs, seasons head in opposite direction

However bad things have seemed for Arsenal over the last decade, beating Tottenham at the Emirates Stadium can usually be relied on. Just not usually as emphatically as Sunday’s north London derby triumph — a 3-1 victory helping to clear the early-season gloom for Mikel Arteta’s side.

Freiburg wins its last game at Black Forest stadium

Freiburg coach Christian Streich shed tears and joined fans in the stand after his team beat Augsburg 3-0 in the Bundesliga on Sunday.

Dybala off injured as Juventus labors to win over Samp

Paulo Dybala left the field in tears shortly after scoring to set Juventus on the way to a 3-2 victory over Sampdoria in Serie A on Sunday.

Jimenez scores first post-injury goal, Wolves beat Southampton

Raul Jimenez conjured a moment of magic to claim his first goal since suffering a career-threatening fractured skull and earn Wolverhampton a 1-0 Premier League victory at winless Southampton on Sunday.

Zardes scores twice, Crew tops Montreal

Gyasi Zardes scored twice and the Columbus Crew kept its playoff hopes alive by defeating Montreal 2-1 on Saturday night.

Clemson falls to No. 25 in AP Top 25, snapping top-10 streak

Clemson tumbled to No. 25 in The Associated Press college football poll Sunday, snapping its streak of 97 straight weeks in the top 10. The Tigers (2-2) lost for the second time this season Saturday -- falling in double overtime to NC State -- and dropped 16 spots from No. 9 in the AP Top 25.

Clemson falls to No. 25 in AP Top 25, snapping top-10 streak

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The Canadian Invasion

Names like Chuba Hubbard and Chase Claypool have paved the way for recent Canadians in the NCAA, Farhan Lalji looks at this year's crop of Canadians who are in the front running for the Jon Cornish Trophy.

The Canadian Invasion

CFL Week 8

Huddle Up: If Arbuckle is healthy, who should Argos start?

If Nick Arbuckle gets healthy again, who should the Argos start for their next game? Should the CFL go back to having three active QBs on every roster? Who had the catch of the week - Brayden Lenius or Jake Weineke? Rod Smith and the CFL on TSN panel answer all of that in this week's edition of Huddle Up.

Harris (neck) returns to Elks' active roster

The Edmonton Elks have added quarterback Trevor Harris to the active roster, the team announced on Saturday.

Worthy on how it felt to produce for Argos offence

Argonauts wide receiver Chandler Worthy spoke about how it felt to produce some offence for the team against the Alouettes, and how it feels to be making an impact after initially being cut from the team in camp.

How did Diaz look in return to octagon?

Nick Diaz looked like a fighter that hasn't fought in six years as he lost to Robbie Lawler in their much-anticipated rematch. Aaron Bronsteter and Robin Black discuss what's next for Diaz and the impressive title defences from Valentina Shevchenko and Alexander Volkanovski.


Volkanovski downs Ortega in action-packed featherweight main event

Alexander Volkanovski successfully defended his UFC featherweight title following a thrilling bout that ended in a unanimous decision win over Brian Ortega.

Shevchenko claims sixth consecutive title defence; Lawler beats down Diaz

Valentina Shevchenko produced another one-sided flyweight title defence as she beat Lauren Murphy in a fourth-round finish at the UFC 266 co-main event. After a 17-year wait, Robbie Lawler got his revenge as he dropped Nick Diaz 44 seconds into the third round and essentially forced Diaz to quit to pick up the win.

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Akil Thomas on making history last season, diversity in hockey, and new looks to his clothing line

Los Angeles Kings prospect Akil Thomas joins The Shift’s Kayla Grey to talk about his clothing brand, ‘Zale,’ as well as making history as part of the first all-Black line in pro hockey since the 1940s and the state of diversity in hockey overall.

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Comeback Season: Sports After 9/11

This Sept. 11, ESPN has teamed up with the 9/11 Memorial & Museum to celebrate its newest exhibition, "Comeback Season: Sports After 9/11," which explores how sports helped to unite a nation after the 2001 terrorist attacks.


The story of Maya Moore, who was one of the best basketball players in the world when she stepped away from the sport to fight for a man she believed was wrongly improsoned.

Project 11: Alex Smith's Final Drive

The final chapter of one of the most incredible comebacks in NFL history, a new extended version of Project 11 - Alex Smith’s Final Drive

Full Circle - Freddie Freeman

National League MVP Freddie Freeman of the Atlanta Braves opens up as never before on life, his battle with COVID-19 and his struggles with building a family

Imperfect: The Roy Halladay Story

In May of 2020, the Philadelphia Phillies will retire Hall of Famer Roy Halladay’s number to mark the tenth anniversary of the perfect game he threw against the Miami Marlins. Two and a half years ago, Major League Baseball lost one of its most revered figures, when Halladay died doing the thing he loved most- not pitching, flying. While most baseball fans know about Roy Halladay’s on the field accomplishments- a postseason no-hitter, the perfect game, two Cy Young awards, they don’t know much about the man- someone who struggled with mental health issues and an addiction to prescription painkillers. In exclusive E60 interviews with Halladay’s wife, family, close friends and teammates, correspondent John Barr tells the story of one man’s obsessive pursuit of perfection and how that led to a complicated life.

The Life and Trials of Oscar Pistorius (Part 1)

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