(Arlington, TX) — The Dolphins have changed quarterbacks as they get ready to face the Cowboys on Sunday at AT&T Stadium. Josh Rosen will replace Ryan Fitzpatrick as the Miami QB. The Dolphins claimed Taco Charlton off waivers, one day after the Cowboys cut their 2017 first-round pick. The Cowboys are 2-and-0 and the Dolphins 0-and-2. Our pregame coverage begins Sunday morning at 11 on 710AM and 97.5FM KGNC.
Texans Preparing For Chargers
(Houston, TX) — The Texans are back on the practice field preparing for a Sunday road game at the Los Angeles Chargers. The Texans are coming off a one-point victory over the Jaguars to even their record at 1-and-1. The Chargers are also 1-and-1. Houston will return home for Week Four to face the Carolina Panthers.
Jaguars Sack Titans On TNF
(Jacksonville, FL) — Gardner Minshew tossed two first-quarter touchdowns as the Jaguars topped the Titans 20-7 in Jacksonville. The defense piled up nine sacks, with three from Calais Campbell and two-and-a-half from rookie Josh Allen. Jalen Ramsey had nine tackles after requesting a trade earlier in the week. Both teams are now 1-and-2.
Rangers Turn To Minor Tonight
(Houston, TX) — After a travel day, the Rangers will open a weekend series tonight with the A’s in Oakland. Texas southpaw Mike Minor will start the first game. Mike Fiers will start for the Athletics. The Rangers have lost six straight.
Greinke Will Start Tonight
(Houston, TX) — The Astros will open a three-game home series tonight with Zack Greinke starting the opener against the Angels. Greinke is 6-and-1 with a 3.10 ERA in eight starts since being acquired in a July trade with Arizona. After the weekend series with Los Angeles, the Astros will play their final six regular season games on the road. The Astros clinched a playoff berth on Wednesday with their 100th victory.
MLB National League
Atlanta Braves 5, Philadelphia Phillies 4
Milwaukee Brewers 5, San Diego Padres 1
St. Louis Cardinals 5, Chicago Cubs 4 (10 INN)
MLB American League
New York Yankees 9, Los Angeles Angels 1
Toronto Blue Jays 8, Baltimore Orioles 4
Cleveland Indians 7, Detroit Tigers 0
Minnesota Twins 8, Kansas City Royals 5
Seattle Mariners 6, Pittsburgh Pirates 5 (11 INN)
Boston Red Sox 5, San Francisco Giants 4
Stars Rally To Top Avalanche In Denver
(Denver, CO) — Michael Mersch and Scottie Upshall scored third period goals as the Dallas Stars rallied to defeat the Colorado Avalanche 2-1 in Denver in their third preseason game. The Stars will face the Florida Panthers tomorrow night in Tulsa. The Stars will play seven exhibition games before opening the season on October 3rd against the Bruins in Dallas.
Mavs Sign Japanese Star Baba
(Dallas, TX) — The Mavs signed Japanese national team star guard Yuadai Baba. He played on the Stars’ summer league squad in Vegas. He helped Alvark Tokyo win their second straight B. League championship and was named the MVP Final. With Baba signing, the Dallas training camp roster is set at 20 players. The Mavericks will tipoff their preseason schedule on October 8th against the Thunder in Tulsa.
FC Dallas To Host NYC FC Sunday
(Frisco, TX) — FC Dallas will host MLS Eastern Conference-leader NYC FC on Sunday at Toyota Stadium. Dallas played to a nil-nil draw on Wednesday with the Sounders in Seattle. Dallas is 9-1-and-5 at home, compared to 3-10-and-3 on the road. Dallas is seventh in the MLS West with 44 points, the same as San Jose. Portland is one point behind, while the LA Galaxy checks in with 45 and Real Salt Lake with 46 in a dogfight for playoff berths and seedings.
Unbeatens SMU, TCU Meet Tomorrow
(Fort Worth, TX) — SMU is off to a 3-and-0 start for the first time since 1984. The Ponies won their first four that year, a feat they will try to duplicate when they play Saturday at rival TCU in the Battle for the Iron Skillet. The Frogs are also unbeaten, coming off a 34-14 victory at Purdue. TCU has won the last seven matchups against SMU, scoring at least 42 points in five of them.
College Football Roundup
(Undated) — In other college football action tomorrow, number-13 Texas will host Oklahoma State to open Big 12 play, 15th-ranked Texas A&M will welcome number-nine Auburn to College Station, North Texas will face UTSA in Denton, while Baylor will be at Rice. The West Texas A&M Buffs open Lone Star Conference play at No. 4 Tarleton. Kickoff is set for 6 p.m. at Memorial Stadium in Stephenville, Texas.
High School Football –
Palo Duro 22, Borger 0
Caprock at Canyon
Randall at Amarillo High
Tascosa at El Paso Americas
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