(Arlington, TX) — The Cowboys will host the Vikings Sunday night at AT&T Stadium. The 5-and-3 Cowboys are beginning a stretch of four games in 19 days. They’ll also play the Lions, Patriots and Bill during that span. Wide receiver Amari Cooper had a MRI on his tender knee, but it appears he will play against Minnesota. Our pregame coverage begins Sunday evening at 6 on 710AM and 97.5FM KGNC.
Three Interceptions Lift Raiders Past Chargers
(Oakland, CA) — Phillip Rivers threw his third interception of the game in the final seconds as the Raiders held off the Chargers 26-24 on Thursday Night Football in Oakland. Raiders safety Erik Harris had two interceptions, including a 56-yard pick-six in the first quarter to give Oakland an early lead. Rookie Josh Jacobs ran 18 yards for the go-ahead TD with 1:02 to play to put the now 5-and-4 Raiders up for good. Rivers passed for 207 yards and two TD’s, but also took five sacks for the Chargers. Melvin Gordon rushed for 108 yards and a score for LA, which dropped to 4-and-6.
Boston Celtics 108, Charlotte Hornets 87
San Antonio Spurs 121, Oklahoma City Thunder 112
Miami Heat 124, Phoenix Suns 108
LA Clippers 107, Portland Trail Blazers 101
Mavericks Host Knicks Tonight
(Dallas, TX) — Kristaps Porzingis and the Mavericks will square off with the New Yorks Knicks tonight in Dallas. Porzingis had a messy divorce with the Knicks and requested a trade. This will be his first time to meet his former team. The Mavs are 3-and-1 in their last four games.
Rockets Meet Bulls Tomorrow On Road
(Chicago, IL) — The Rockets will try to win their third straight when they meet the Bulls tomorrow night in Chicago. Houston is coming off wins over Memphis and Golden State. The Rockets remain on the road Monday to play the Pelicans in New Orleans.
Washington Capitals 5, Florida Panthers 4 (OT)
Pittsburgh Penguins 4, New York Islanders 3 (OT)
New York Rangers 4, Carolina Hurricanes 2
Philadelphia Flyers 3, Montreal Canadiens 2 (OT)
Toronto Maple Leafs 2, Vegas Golden Knights 1 (OT)
Ottawa Senators 3, Los Angeles Kings 2 (OT)
Chicago Blackhawks 5, Vancouver Canucks 2
Columbus Blue Jackets 3, Arizona Coyotes 2
Calgary Flames 5, New Jersey Devils 2
Colorado Avalanche 9, Nashville Predators 4
San Jose Sharks 6, Minnesota Wild 5
Stars Open Four-Game Canadian Trip Sunday
(Dallas, TX) — The Stars will open a four-game Canadian road trip on Sunday in Winnipeg. Dallas has won four straight and seven of eight to even their record at 8-8-and-1. They do not return home until November 19th against Vancouver.
NASCAR Playoffs Head To Phoenix Sunday
(Phoenix, AZ) — The NASCAR playoffs continue Sunday in the Bluegreen Vacations 500 at ISM Raceway. Martin Truex Junior, Kevin Harvick, Kyle Busch and Joey Logano currently make up the top-four. The official field of four will be set after Sunday’s race. The cup series championship is November 17th at Homestead.
College Football Roundup
(Undated) — In college football tomorrow, number-12 and undefeated Baylor will play at TCU. Texas will host 16th-ranked Kansas State. Number-25 SMU will try to rebound from its first loss of the season when it hosts East Carolina. Texas will host 16th-ranked Kansas State. The North Texas Mean Green will be at Louisiana Tech. Texas Tech will go to West Virginia. West Texas A&M will be at Texas A&M-Kingsville. Texas A&M is off this weekend.
College Basketball Roundup
(Undated) — In college basketball, TCU tipped off its season with an 83-62 win over Southwestern. Desmond Bane led the Horned Frogs with 26 points, while Kevin Samuel contributed 17 points and a dozen rebounds. Tonight, number-18 Baylor will play Washington at the Armed Forces Classic in Anchorage and North Texas will be at VCU. Tomorrow, Tulsa will be at UT-Arlington, number-12 Texas Tech will host Bethune-Cookman and Texas will be at Purdue.
Three Astros Win Silver Slugger Awards
(Houston, TX) — Astros George Springer, Alex Bregman and Zack Greinke earned Silver Slugger Awards for the best offensive player at each position. Outfielder Springer hit .292 with 20 doubles, 39 home runs and 96 RBIs. Third baseman Bregman hit .296 with 37 doubles, 41 home runs and 112 RBIs. Greinke, who spent the majority of the season with the Diamondbacks, was the National League pitcher Silver Slugger, batting .272 with three home runs in 24 games.
High School Football – Thursday
Coronado 40, Caprock 7
Tascosa 36, Frenship 23
High School Football – Friday
Bushland at Muleshoe
Highland Park at Boys Ranch
Pampa at Canyon
Hereford at Dumas
Randall at Lubbock-Cooper