Ed Reed leaves Ravens for Houston Texans ... Hofstra fires basketball Coach Mo Cassara ... Aphibarnrat owns lead at Malaysian Open ... Back Caviar wins 24th race without a loss ... Sports news from United Press International.
Woods holds 4-shot lead at Doral ... Canada, Mexico engage in WBC brawl ... Belmont gains NCAA berth with OVC title ... Harvard punches NCAA ticket with Ivy League title ... Sports news from United Press International.
McIlroy, Woods ousted in match play event ... Devils rally to defeat Washington ... Harvick, Kyle Busch win Daytona qualifiers ...Orlando deals Redick to Bucks ... Sports news from United Press International.
Syracuse records 38th straight home win ... Pacers rout New York with big first half ... Snow halts play at WGC match play ... Police: Josh Brent speeding before crash ... Sports news from United Press International.
NBA players oust union chief Hunter ... Defending champ Haas leads Northern Trust ... Two-time champ Raonic to face Haas at SAP ... Reds, Bailey avoid arbitration with deal ... Sports news from United Press International.
Hoefl-Riesch wins women's super-combined ... Netanyahu: Soccer club fire 'racist' ... Relay device led to Super Bowl outage ... Fisher ties Sterne for Joburg Open lead ... Sports news from United Press International.
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, Feb. 8 (UPI) -- Trevor Fisher Jr. just missed a course record Friday in moving into a tie with Richard Sterne halfway through the European Tour's Joburg Open in South Africa.
Reports: Mets to send Dickey to Blue Jays ... Ted Ligety wins men's giant slalom by 2.04 ... Schwartzel claims lopsided Euro Tour win ... Vikings' Peterson nears NFL rushing record ... Sports news from United Press International.
Seven basketball schools leave Big East ... Schwartzel posts 10-shot lead at Dunhill ... American Nyman wins men's downhill by 0.19 ... Dez Bryant questionable for Cowboys ... Sports news from United Press International.
U.S. Open adds rest day, increases purse ... Satterfield to coach Appalachian State ... Lara Gut wins downhill, Vonn hits fence ... Schwartzel, Bourdy tied for Dunhill lead ... Sports news from United Press International.
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