SportsPulse: Crazy comebacks and devastating injuries defined a jam-packed Sunday. USA TODAY Sports’ Mackenzie Salmon reacts to all the biggest story lines from Week 2 around the NFL.
After multiple coaches were seen not wearing masks over their noses and mouths in Week 1, the NFL sent a memo to teams reminding them of the requirement amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The message apparently didn’t take for at least a few notable figures.
In their “Monday Night Football” matchup at All…
Former 49ers defensive lineman Dana Stubblefield sentenced to 15 years to life for rape – CBS Sports
Stubblefield was found guilty of a 2015 rape back in July
Former San Francisco 49ers star defensive lineman Dana Stubblefield is headed to prison, as a sentence of 15 years to life was handed to the 49-year-old on Thursday, according to The Mercury News. Back in July, Stubblefield was found guilty of raping a prospective babysitter in 2015 in his home. The jury found Stubblefield guilty of rape by force, oral copulation by force and false imprisonment and acquitted him of raping a person incapable of giving consent. Jurors also determined that Stubblefield…
Yankees’ Clint Frazier, Gio Urshela Gold Glove finalists, DJ LeMahieu snubbed – New York Post
Anybody paying attention understood that Clint Frazier’s defense took a step forward in 2020. But by defensive metrics, Frazier improved vastly — so much so that…
Anybody paying attention understood that Clint Fraziers defense took a step forward in 2020. But by defensive metrics, Frazier improved vastly so much so that he is among three candidates for an AL Rawlings Gold Glove in right field.
Managers and coaches didnt see players outside of their regions in the 60-game season this year, so the Gold Glove will be decided by defensive metrics.
Frazier played in 28 games in right (27 starts) and committed one error in 51 chances. Where Frazier showed marked…
Tiger Woods score: Near bottom of the leaderboard at 2020 Zozo Championship after disastrous Round 1 – CBS Sports
Big Cat struggled tremendously at Sherwood Country Club on Thursday
After a month off from competitive golf with plenty of time to sharpen his game, Tiger Woods could not capitalize on the energy and effort he put into that practice. As a result, he shot 4-over 76 in Round 1 of the Zozo Championship — where he is the defending champion — and is currently 12 strokes back of leader Sebastian Munoz.
“My game’s definitely better than it was at the U.S. Open,” Woods said early in the week. “I feel a little bit more prepared, a little bit better, and hopefully that…