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Kenseth leaving Roush in style

Matt Kenseth had to choke back his words when he got to Victory Lane, fumbling with his sunglasses in an attempt to hide his emotions.

Running game, pass rush have surprising Vikings winning

The Minnesota Vikings have already surpassed most external expectations for this supposed rebuilding season, winning games with a method that defies modern NFL convention.

DeRozan propells Raptors

DeMar DeRozan scored 21 points as the Toronto Raptors beat the Milwaukee Bucks 104-95 in their final home pre-season game.

Stingy defence helps surging Bears tame Lions

CHICAGO 13 DETROIT 7 There was a big gasp going through the stadium as Jay Cutler writhed in pain on the field. He got up and the defence provided a big lift.

Jays agree to let Farrell join Red Sox

John Farrell's old boss says the Boston Red Sox's new manager has his dream job. The Blue Jays agreed to a deal with Boston on Sunday that released Farrell from his contract with Toronto, allowing him to join the Red Sox.

U.S. Open champion disagrees with ban on belly putters

U.S. Open champion Webb Simpson isn't worried about a potential rule change that would ban long putters, and he's already practising with a conventional putter.
Rugby: Canada falls to Argentine tide in Langford

Rugby: Canada falls to Argentine tide in Langford

Cheering crowd of 3,255 sets Westhills Stadium record

NHL, players' association talk, but have no plans to meet again

NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly and players' association special counsel Steve Fehr spoke to each other on Saturday, but the sides still have no plans to meet face-to-face as a deadline to preserve a full hockey season draws nearer.

'Wake-up call' for UVic men in hoops loss

CARLETON 87 VIKES 63 After a dreadful first half against the best university men's basketball team in Canada, the University of Victoria Vikes coach Craig Beaucamp challenged his team to do better.

Rebels feel sting of season-ending shutout loss

LANGLEY 33 WESTSHORE 0 What started on a positive note ended badly for the Westshore Rebels on Saturday afternoon, shut out 33-0 by the Langley Rams in the second B.C. Football Conference semifinal of the day.