Rafael Nadal made quick work of his countryman David Ferrer in straight sets to win a record eighth French Open title. He improved to an ungodly 59-1 in the tournament and can call himself the King of Clay with complete immunity should he feel so inclined. His biggest challenge in the 2 hour, 16 minute match turned out to be sidestepping a flare-totting protester — not any forehand or backhand waged by his opponent.
Bears receiver didn’t mince words.
Knile Davis leads of group of backs who will be starting options this week, including Bobby Rainey and Khiry Robinson.
Lots of drama for a midday radio simulcast.
deGrom versus host.
Good luck making an adjustment at the line in these stadiums.