(Undated) — In NFL action on Sunday, the Rams remained unbeaten with a 39-10 win over the 49ers. The Chargers edged the Titans 20-19 in London. The Patriots survived a scare from the Bears 38-31, and the Panthers rallied to stun the Eagles 21-17. Drew Brees threw his 500th career touchdown as the Saints topped the Ravens 24-23.
>>Colts Crush Bills
(Indianapolis, IN) — Andrew Luck threw for four touchdowns as the Colts downed the Bills 37-5 in Indianapolis. T.Y. Hilton hauled in two scores, while Marlon Mack and Eric Swoope had the other TD catches. Mack also rushed for 126 yards and a touchdown as the Colts ran for 220 yards, their first time to surpass 200 yards since 2011.
>>Giants, Falcons Meet On MNF
(Atlanta, GA) — The New York Giants visit the Atlanta Falcons tonight on Monday Night Football. The Giants enter at 1-and-5, while the Falcons sit at 2-and-4. Both squads need wins to turn their seasons around. The all-time series between the two squads is tied at 12 wins each.
>>Tampa Bay Sets Record In Victory Over Blackhawks
(Chicago, IL) — The Tampa Bay Lightning set a modern-day NHL record with 33 shots on goal in the second period in a 6-3 victory over the Blackhawks at the United Center. Alexandre Fortin scored his first NHL goal in the first period for the Hawks, who dropped 4-2-and-2. David Kampf and Nick Schmaltz also lit the lamp for Chicago. The Blackhawks are back home tomorrow night to face the Ducks.
>>World Series Opens Tomorrow
(Boston, MA) — The World Series gets going tomorrow as the Boston Red Sox host the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game One. The Dodgers eliminated the Brewers in Game Seven on Saturday to advance, while Boston closed out Houston in five games last week. Chris Sale is expected to start Game One for the Red Sox, while the Dodgers have not announced their starter.
>>Angels Hire Ausmus, Reds Hire Bell
(Undated) — Both the Reds and Angels have new managers. The Halos hired Brad Ausmus over the weekend, while the Reds brought in David Bell. Ausmus previously served as the manager for Detroit. Bell was the vice president of player development in San Francisco this past season.
>>Wisconsin Tops Illinois
(Madison, WI) — Taiwan Deal rushed for 111 yards and two touchdowns as #19 Wisconsin’s beat Illinois 49-20 Saturday at Camp Randall. Reggie Corbin posted 100 yards on the ground and one score for the Illini, who dropped to 3-and-4 overall and 1-and-3 in the Big Ten. Illinois will travel to face Maryland next Saturday.
>>Rockets’ Paul, Lakers’ Ingram, Rondo Suspended For Fight
(Los Angeles, CA) — Players from both the Houston Rockets and Los Angeles Lakers will serve suspensions for their roles in an on-court scuffle on Saturday night. Rockets guard Chris Paul will be banned two games while Brandon Ingram and Rajon Rondo will sit four and three games for the Lakers, respectively. The scuffle started when Ingram pushed James Harden and was given a technical foul in the fourth quarter. Rondo and Paul began throwing punches at each other moments later, and Ingram joined the fracas by swinging at Paul.