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The ruling by the five-member National Labor Relations Board concluded that letting Northwestern football players unionize could lead to different standards at different schools, from amounts of money players receive to the amount of time they can practice.
Bilbao won its last title in 1984, when it beat Barcelona 1-0 in the Copa del Rey final to complete a double of cup and league trophies.
Vikings right tackle Phil Loadholt's season is over because of a torn left Achilles tendon.
Rivers agreed Saturday night to the $84 million deal, which will allow him to retire as a Charger.
In an interview Monday with ESPN Radio's "Mike & Mike" show on KPUG, Marshall says he saw then-teammate Ikemefuna Enemkpali punch Smith and break his jaw. Marshall says Smith didn't stick a finger in Enemkpali's face, as some reports suggested.
Monday's ruling says unionization could throw off the "competitive balance" between teams by setting different standards for practice, pay and other conditions at union and non-union schools.
The Steelers linebacker says he won't reward his sons just for showing up.
Getting a few “mental reps” has never been easier at Ole Miss: The Rebels are one of a growing number of football programs dabbling in technology to supplement work on the field.
In one of the wealthiest suburbs of South Africa's capital Pretoria stands a three-story mansion where Paralympic gold medalist Oscar Pistorius will be taken on his release from prison this week.
Bruised but toughened by a difficult childhood, Australia's Jason Day endured several close calls at the majors before finally landing one with a three-shot victory at the PGA Championship.
Here's a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Monday, Aug. 17.
The classic San Francisco-set sitcom gets a Major League makeover.
Matt Kenseth raced to his third NASCAR Sprint Cup victory of the season, winning in convincing fashion Sunday at Michigan International Speedway.
Tim Tebow threw for 69 yards and ran for a touchdown in his first game in two years,and the Philadelphia Eagles beat the Indianapolis Colts Sunday.
Jason Day led wire-to-wire Sunday at Whistling Straits to close out a record-setting PGA Championship and capture his first major title.
The Yankees won their third straight following a five-game skid and extended their AL East lead over Toronto to 1 ½ games.
General manager Ryan Pace says the first-round draft pick will have surgery on his shin and spend at least eight games on the physically unable to perform list.
Matt Jones is in the clubhouse with the lead at the PGA Championship. He finished up a second round of 7-under 65 and is 11 under for the tournament. That's two shots ahead of Jason Day and three in front of Justin Rose
Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell says he has a "very treatable" form of cancer. Farrell said Friday that he would take a medical leave to deal with lymphoma.
UCLA wide receiver Cordell Broadus, the son of rapper Snoop Dogg, is giving up football to concentrate on pursuing a career in film production.