Month: August 2020

7:00 AM ET Once again, it’s elimination Monday. The Colorado Avalanche and Boston Bruins — two popular Stanley Cup picks — both need to win out in their series, or they’ll leave the bubble. That also means the Dallas Stars and Tampa Bay Lightning are a win away from making it to the conference finals.
4:44 PM ET Daniel Cormier said Monday that he won’t need surgery for the torn cornea he suffered in his Aug. 15 unanimous-decision loss to Stipe Miocic, which Cormier agreed was the right call by the judges. Miocic inadvertently poked Cormier in his left eye during the third round, but Cormier was able to finish
5:21 PM ET Steve KimESPN The WBO has ordered Jose Ramirez, just days removed from a title defense over Viktor Postol this past weekend, to begin negotiations with mandatory challenger Jack Catterall. Gustavo Olivieri, the in-house counsel for the WBO, confirmed to ESPN that both parties have 20 days to reach an agreement before the
1:39 PM ET Associated Press LOUISVILLE, Ky. — D. Wayne Lukas, a four-time Kentucky Derby-winning trainer, is back at his Churchill Downs barn after recovering from COVID-19. Lukas, who turns 85 on Wednesday, said he got “really sick.” “I couldn’t get any air and I felt like I was drifting away,” he said. “You just
10:10 AM ET Notre Dame football attendance this fall will be limited to 20% or less of stadium capacity with priority going to students, the school announced Monday. Once student ticket demand is met, Notre Dame faculty and staff will receive the remaining tickets. No fans from outside the university community will be allowed, with