With another week in college football behind us, it's time to look at this week's Power Rankings.
Chicago won at home to take a 2-1 lead over Phoenix in the WNBA Finals.
- Sky hand Mercury largest defeat in Finals history
- Taurasi: Didn't realize person I pushed was ref
- Cubs hire Cleveland's Hawkins to serve as GM
- Bears RB Williams on COVID list; status in doubt
Courtney Vandersloot was full of self-doubt early in her WNBA career. Now she's the face of Chicago's franchise as it closes in on its first WNBA title.
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All the latest information about the teams, storylines and highlights of the 2021 MLB postseason, from the start of October through the World Series.
— The Pittsburgh Penguins are doing just fine so far without injured stars Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin.
— Álvaro Medrán and Ignacio Aliseda each scored a goal and the Chicago Fire tied the MLS-leading New England Revolution 2-2 on Saturday night.
— Ryan Hilinski threw for 267 yards and two touchdown passes on Saturday afternoon to boost Northwestern to a 21-7 victory over Rutgers.
The Sky's 36-point margin of victory over the Mercury in Game 3 on Friday was the largest in WNBA Finals history.
— Kahleah Copper scored 20 of her 22 points in the first half and Chicago used a dominant defensive effort to reach a record rout of the Phoenix Mercury 86-50 on Friday night, moving the Sky one victory away from the franchise's first WNBA title.
— Not only did defenseman Dougie Hamilton pay instant dividends for the New Jersey Devils, Jack Hughes had a game worthy of a No. 1 overall pick.
Diana Taurasi said Friday that she didn't initially realize the person she pushed in Game 2 of the WNBA Finals was a referee.
In her effort to push the league into a stronger financial future, WNBA commissioner Cathy Engelbert wants to disrupt the economic model that she says has undervalued women's sports.
The Cubs have hired Carter Hawkins as their new general manager. Hawkins joins Chicago after 14 seasons with Cleveland in various roles, including assistant general manager.
The Bears placed RB Damien Williams on the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday, putting his availability for Sunday's game against the Packers in doubt.