The Tigers split four games with the White Sox with a big 12-0 win on Sunday. Starter Matt Boyd had a no-hitter with two outs in the 9th.  White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson doubled to left to stop Boyd from pitching the 8th no-hitter in Tigers history.  Tiger bats got started early. Ian Kinsler started the game with a single, stole second, and scored on a single from Jeimer Candelario.  That would be the only run Matt Boyd would need, but he got 11 more.  The Tigers had home runs from Nick Castellanos and Mikie Mahtook.  Jeimer Candelario capped the scoring with a home run to right center in the 8th to make it 12-0.  The Tigers will host Oakland for three, beginning Monday night.  Buck Farmer starts for the Tigers.   Hear the game at 6:45 on 95.3 WBCK.


The Falcons beat the Packers on Sunday Night Football, in a rematch of last season's NFC championship game.  Matt Ryan threw for 252 yards and a touchdown in a 34-23 Falcon’s win.

The Denver Broncos beat the Dallas Cowboys 42-17.  Embattled start running back Ezekiel Elliott was held to nine carries for 8 yards rushing, his lowest output of his career.


The Lions play at the New York Giants tonight at MetLife Stadium.  Detroit Lions coach Jim Caldwell says they’re preparing for a team with Odell Beckham Junior, who has been injured but could return to help a lagging Giants’ offense.   Next Sunday, the Lions host the NFC Champion Atlanta Falcons.  Be listening to the 95.3 WBCK Morning Show this week to win tickets.

College Football

Clemson moved up to No. 2 in the AP college football poll.   Oklahoma drops to third.  Penn State is 4th.  Michigan, Wisconsin, and Ohio State round out the top ten.

The MSU Spartans get back into action on Saturday, as they host Notre Dame in East Lansing.   After a 3-9 season last year, MSU is showing a better defense so far.  The Spartans had only 11 sacks all of last year, but they have five already in 2017. They also haven't allowed an offensive touchdown.


Australian Marc Leishman won the PGA's BMW Championship at Conway Farms. Leishman closed with a 4-under par 67 for a five-shot win.

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