(Nashville, TN) — The Tennessee Titans play host to the Jacksonville Jaguars tonight on Thursday Night Football. The Titans enter at 6-and-6, while the Jags sit at 4-and-8. Both teams are trying to gain ground in the AFC South, which Houston leads at 9-and-3. The Titans beat the Jags 9-6 on the road in Week Three.
>>College Football Awards Tonight In Atlanta
(Atlanta, GA) — The College Football Awards show takes place tonight in Atlanta. Prestigious honors such as the Maxwell Award, Doak Walker Award and Outland Trophy will be handed out. Alabama will have five players present for four different awards, including quarterback Tua Tagovailoa [[ TOO-uh tung-oh-vy-LOH-ah ]].
>>Cardinals Trade For D’backs Goldschmidt
(St. Louis, MO) — Paul Goldschmidt is heading to St. Louis. The Cardinals have acquired the slugging first baseman from Arizona for right-hander Luke Weaver, catcher Carson Kelly and infielder Andrew Young. Goldschmidt batted .290 last season with 33 homers and 83 RBI. He has been an All-Star for six straight seasons.
(St. Louis, MO) — Pro football is returning to St. Louis. The city is one of eight to be awarded a franchise with the XFL, the eight-team league owned by WWE CEO Vince McMahon’s Alpha Entertainment. The St. Louis team will play in The Dome at America’s Center, the former home of the Rams. The XFL begins play in February 2020 with a 10-game regular season, a playoff semifinal round and championship game in April.
>>Ducks Top Blackhawks
(Anaheim, CA) — The Ducks scored twice in the third period en route to a 4-2 victory over the Blackhawks in Anaheim. Erik Gustafsson and Alex DeBrincat both lit the lamp for the Hawks, who have lost five straight. Chicago dropped to 9-15-and-5. The Blackhawks are in Vegas tonight to face the Golden Knights.
(Chicago, IL) — Keyshawn Woods poured in 18 points as Ohio State beat Illinois 77-67 at the United Center in Chicago. Trent Frazier and Kipper Nichols scored 18 apiece for the Fighting Illini, who led 38-34 at halftime. Illinois dropped to 2-and-7 overall 0-and-2 in the Big Ten. The Illini host UNLV on Saturday.
>>Rams Paying $24M In PSL Lawsuit
(St. Louis, MO) — The Rams will be shelling out up to 24 million dollars to personal seat license-holders in St. Louis for unused portion of their PSLs after the team relocated to Los Angeles. The team agreed to the payout in a motion filed yesterday. It follows news last week that a settlement had been reached in a class-action suit filed shortly after NFL owners approved the relocation of the Rams in January 2016. It could take at least six months before eligible PSL holders receive any money.
>>Blues Lose To Oilers In Shootout
(St. Louis, MO) — Oscar Klefbom scored with less than a minute remaining in the third period to force overtime before the Oilers went on to beat the Blues 3-2 in a shootout at the Enterprise Center. Ivan Barbashev and Brayden Schenn scored, and Jake Allen made 34 saves for St. Louis. The Blues dropped to 9-13-and-4. They travel to face the Jets tomorrow night.
>>Colorado Names Georgia OC Tucker Head Coach
(Boulder, CO) — The University of Colorado has named Georgia offensive coordinator Mel Tucker as its next head football coach. The deal is for five years and worth 14.75-million-dollars. The 46-year-old Tucker replaces Mike MacIntyre, who was fired after the Buffaloes lost their sixth straight game after starting the year 5-and-0.
>>Broncos’ Sanders Out With Torn Achilles
(Englewood, CO) — Denver Broncos leading receiver Emmanuel Sanders is out for the rest of the season with a torn Achilles tendon. Sanders suffered the injury during practice on Wednesday. The 31-year-old leads Denver with 71 catches for 868 yards and four touchdowns. The 6-and-6 Broncos visit San Francisco on Sunday.