Bodexpress bucked his jockey right out of the gate but kept going and crossed the finish line at the Preakness.
You’re tempted to give up, right? Because Brooks Koepka is winning in a blowout. But from his dominance to Masters invitations to loud fans at Bethpage, there’s still plenty more to see here.
The horse most affected by Maximum Security’s interference in the Kentucky Derby won the 144th Preakness.
Jeff Bzdelik helped guide the Houston Rockets’ defensive turnaround last season.
Myles Murphy, the No. 2-ranked recruit in the 2020 class, will give Clemson’s top-ranked recruiting class its third five-star commitment.
Truth be told, Tiger isn’t all that disappointed he’s not playing the weekend at the PGA Championship. After all, as he reminds, he’s still the reigning Masters champion.
Lowe, a native of Portland, was a star wide receiver at Oregon, where he played from 2011 to 2014.
Koepka has a massive lead. Sure, there’s a lot of golf left, but is there really anyone who can make things interesting?
Tiger inspired a generation of golfers. Now one is out to stop him. Say hello to Koepka, the man standing in Tiger’s — and everyone else’s — way.
Mauricio Sulaiman, the president of the WBC, said the sanctioning body will hold a hearing to address comments by heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder, who has talked about possibly killing Dominic Breazeale during Saturday’s fight.