This is everything — this young fan, Anderson, met his idol @CP0031, after his mother passed away due to cancer. She had promised him that she would do everything in her power to help the two meet and it happened. This right here is hockey. #OurGreatGame
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— NHL (@NHL) March 1, 2019
Saturday, September 29th
12:00 PM – West Virginia vs Texas Tech
12:20 PM – Virginia vs NC State
3:30 PM – Tennessee vs Georgia
3:30 PM – Baylor vs Oklahoma
6:00 PM – Florida vs Mississippi State
6:00 PM – Utah vs Washington State
7:30 PM – Ohio State vs Penn State
7:30 PM – Stanford vs Notre Dame
8:30 PM – BYU vs Washington
9:00 PM – Ole Miss vs LSU
12:00 PM – Mississippi State vs Kansas State
12:00 PM – Duke vs Northwestern
12:00 PM – Georgia Tech vs South Florida
3:30 PM – Georgia vs South Carolina
3:30 PM – Colorado vs Nebraska
5:00 PM – Iowa State vs Iowa
7:00 PM – Clemson vs Texas A&M
7:30 PM – Kentucky vs Florida
8:00 PM – Penn State vs Pittsburgh
8:30 PM – USC vs Stanford
Week 1 Results
Friday, August 31st
9:00 PM – San Diego State vs Stanford
9:30 PM – Colorado vs Colorado State
Saturday, September 1st
12:00 PM – Ole Miss vs Texas Tech
3:30 PM – Washington vs Auburn
3:30 PM – Tennessee vs West Virginia
3:30 PM – Northern Illinois vs Iowa
7:30 PM – Michigan vs Notre Dame
8:00 PM – Louisville vs Alabama
Sunday, September 2nd
7:30 PM – Miami (FL) vs LSU
Monday, September 3rd
8:00 PM – Virginia Tech vs Florida State
WINNIPEG, Manitoba (AP) — Ryan Reaves scored the winning goal, Marc-Andre Fleury made 31 saves and the Vegas Golden Knights pushed their remarkable expansion season into the Stanley Cup Final, beating the Winnipeg Jets 2-1 on Sunday in Game 5 of the Western Conference final.
Alex Tuch also scored for the Knights. They lost Game 1 in Winnipeg before winning four straight to become the first expansion team since the 1968 St. Louis Blues — when the six initial expansion teams were put alone in the West — to get to the final.
Bruno Sammartino, one of the most iconic stars in professional wrestling history, has died at age 82, the WWE announced Wednesday morning.
Sammartino was the then-World Wide Wrestling Federation’s longest-reigning world champion, holding the title for nearly eight consecutive years. He began his record title reign after beating Buddy Rogers at Madison Square Garden on May 17, 1963.
He would not relinquish the belt until a loss to Ivan Koloff on Jan. 18, 1971.
After regaining the title in December 1973, Sammartino went on to have a run of more than three years; that’s also one of the five-longest world title reigns in the company’s history.
Those title reigns are indicative of Sammartino’s place as the centerpiece of Vincent J. McMahon’s WWWF, which later became the WWF and then the WWE.
Sixteen seed seed UMBC,that is The University of Maryland-Baltimore County, pulled off a sports shocker by knocking off 1 seed Virginia last night. No 16 had ever beaten a top seed, much less blown them out.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Jairus Lyles couldn’t suppress a smile, knowing that a school known more for chess than hoops had finally made it happen — a 16 ousting a 1 in March Madness.
The University of Maryland-Baltimore County stunned the sports world by pulling off the most shocking upset in college basketball history, hammering Virginia 74-54 on Friday night to become the first No. 16 seed ever to beat a No. 1 seed in the men’s NCAA Tournament.
Virginia entered the NCAA Tournament as the No. 1 overall seed after going 31-2 in the regular season, including 20-1 in ACC competition.