Max Borghi plowed his way in from two yards out with one second remaining to left Washington State to a 54-53 win.
Rafael Nadal capped a remarkable season, guiding Spain to a sixth Davis Cup title as he beat Denis Shapovalov to seal victory over Canada in Madrid's Caja Magica.
Manchester United and Sheffield United shared a six-goal thriller in the English Premier League on Sunday at Bramall Lane.
The force was with Flamengo on Saturday as the Brazilian side stunned Argentina's River Plate with two late goals to win the Copa Libertadores final in Peruvian capital Lima.
Jon Rahm birdied the last hole as he held off Tommy Fleetwood's late surge to win the DP World Tour Championship by one shot and clinch the Race to Dubai title on Sunday.
US boxer Deontay Wilder landed a devastating right hander to dump Cuba's Luis Ortiz on the canvas and retain his World Boxing Council world title at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas late Saturday.
The parents of Tyler Hilinski are heading to Pullman to watch what would have been their son's senior game.
The Harvard-Yale football game was delayed Saturday after more than a hundred students and alumni flooded the field to protest against the schools' endowments from fossil fuel companies.
Alabama fans greeted quarterback Tua Tagovailoa with cheers on Saturday, just one week after his season-ending hip injury.
The NFL has disciplined 33 players involved in the November 14 brawl between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cleveland Browns, according to a source with direct knowledge of how the NFL disciplines players.
Ohio State University star defensive end Chase Young broke the school's single-season sacks record in his return Saturday after a two-game suspension.
After almost 11 months out of football, Jose Mourinho is back -- with a smile.
Boston Celtics star Kemba Walker has been released from a hospital after suffering concussion-like symptoms after a frightening head-on collision with a teammate Friday night against the Denver Nuggets.
In a season dominated by up-and-coming teams, the Major League Soccer Cup final was played between two sides that are no strangers to success. For the third time in four seasons, Seattle Sounders played Toronto F.C. for MLS' top prize, winning 3-1.
Fred Cox, a former kicker for the Minnesota Vikings and inventor of the Nerf football, has died at age 80.
Convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky was resentenced Friday to 30 to 60 years in prison, the same penalty that was previously overturned, according to Kendra Miknis, court administrator for Centre County in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania.
Simone Biles reacted Thursday to a Wall Street Journal report accusing USA Gymnastics of ignoring the possibility she had been sexually abused by Larry Nassar and excluding her from the investigations of the national team's now-disgraced doctor.
Since its inaugural season in 2014, Formula E has undergone a multitude of changes, from technology to personnel.
Watch a kid go from average 8-year old to feathered celebrity superhero on the gridiron.
Former world champion boxer Floyd Mayweather says he is "coming out of retirement in 2020."
Visit Tri-Cities funded a recent sports facility feasibility report, a study to analyze how the Tri-Cities can grow their tourism through sports.
Antonio Brown has countersued a woman who accused him of rape, not only denying her allegations but also accusing her of defamation and causing the former NFL star to lose lucrative professional contracts.
Jake Burton Carpenter, the snowboarding pioneer and founder of Burton Snowboards, passed away from complications related to cancer. He was 65.
While players might take some time off after retiring from professional sports, Derek Jeter did the opposite.