This is an article from the Aug. 17, 2015 issue
|MLB||Aug. 22, 2007||Rangers 30 Orioles 3||Up 3--0 after three innings in the first game of a doubleheader at home, Baltimore collapsed. In the second game the Orioles rallied ... and only lost by two.|
|NBA||April 27, 2009||Nuggets 121 Hornets 63||In Game 4 of their playoff series Denver almost scored as many points in each half (61 and 60) as New Orleans did all game.|
|NFL||Oct. 23, 2011||Saints 62 Colts 7||New Orleans had Drew Brees at QB, Indianapolis had Curtis Painter. The Colts opened the season with 13 straight losses—this was the seventh—finished 2--14 and took Andrew Luck with the first pick in 2012.|
|College Football||Nov. 8, 2003||Oklahoma 77 Texas A&M 0||The Sooners scored 276 points and gave up just 44 in five games against Lone Star State schools (North Texas, Texas, Texas A&M, Baylor, Texas Tech) that season.|
|Women's College Basketball||Dec. 30, 2010||Georgia Tech 82 Tennessee State 11||The Tigers made D-I women's hoops history by shooting 3 for 50 from the field and scoring the fewest points ever.|
|Women's Olympic Hockey||Sept. 8, 2008||Slovakia 82 Bulgaria 0||Slovakia scored at a rate of one goal every 43.9 seconds to seal Bulgaria's exclusion from Vancouver 2010.|
|World Cup Soccer||April 11, 2001||Australia 31 American Samoa 0||A passport mix-up left Samoa with mostly youth players against the best team in the Oceania region during this qualifier.|
SIGN OF THE APOCALYPSE
A game between the Class A Tampa Yankees and Clearwater Threshers was canceled last Friday because a circus tent beyond centerfield interrupted batters' vision.
THEY SAID IT
"For me, it would be a dream come true I haven't ever dreamt of."
Rickie Fowler discussing the possibility of representing the U.S. at next summer's Rio Olympics.