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Romo makes appearance with Nantz in CBS booth at Colonial
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - Tony Romo has appeared in the CBS broadcast booth with Jim Nantz for the first time. The former Dallas Cowboys quarterback, hired last month to be the network's lead NFL analyst, was on the air Saturday for a few minutes during third-round coverage of the PGA Tour event at Colonial. Romo, wearing a jacket but not one with the CBS logo on it, appeared with Nantz and Nick Faldo in the tower at the 18th hole.
Longer prison sentences: Good for the crime rate, bad for the criminal
Getting tough on serious crime was a central focus of the Trump campaign, and so far Jeff Sessions, the new Attorney General, has not disappointed. Restrictions on the use of mandatory minimum sentences remove one of the most effective tools prosecutors have to lock up major dealers. Over the next two decades, as the prison population swelled, crime went down, and by 2014 violent crime rates had been cut in half.
Cleveland Indians unveil statue of Hall of Famer Frank Robinson
The Cleveland Indians honored Hall of Famer Frank Robinson with a statue at Progressive Field on Saturday. Robinson was the first African-American manager in the big leagues, hired by the Indians in 1975. Robinson managed the Indians for two-plus seasons, including in 1977 when he had retired as a player. After his stint with the Indians, Robinson went on to manage the San Francisco Giants, Baltimore Orioles and Montreal Expos/Washington Nationals. A career.294 hitter, Robinson slugged 586 home runs and notched 2,943 base hits.
Frankfurt player suspended after getting tattoo, says he's 'been nailed to the cross'
It's not often that a player gets the ax for getting a tattoo, but that's exactly what happened to Eintracht Frankfurt defender Guillermo Varela. The Uruguayan defied his manager and team doctors and got a tattoo despite orders not to, and the tattoo became infected. As a result, Frankfurt suspended the player and will almost certainly not look into extending his loan from Manchester United.
Full results from XFINITY Hisense 4K TV 300 at Charlotte
Ryan Blaney passed Kevin Harvick for the lead following the final restart with three laps remaining in Saturday afternoon's Hisense 4K TV 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Blaney won Stage 2 and led 106 of 200 laps on the way to his fifth career XFINITY win. For full results from Saturday's race, click here.
Watch the Yankees' Aaron Judge and Starlin Castro team up for circus catch
We know what Aaron Judge can do with his bat, but the Yankees slugger flashed some leather again on Saturday much to the chagrin of the A's Trevor Plouffe. What looked like a harmless popup in shallow right field quickly turned into an adventure.
Ryan Blaney passes Kevin Harvick late for XFINITY win
That gave Blaney his fifth career series victory, and his first of this season in five starts. He led a race-high 107 laps overall - all but the last three during the middle portion of the race. Harvick was hot on his tail, though, and Blaney was right behind Harvick in third. Blaney then passed Harvick for second before yet another caution flag flew when Michael Annett hit the wall.
Gregg Allman was a true sport fisherman, too
Gregg Allman, who died Saturday at 69 years old, had a voice that captivated anyone who heard it and keyboard skills that helped power one of the greatest bands in music history. The lead singer of The Allman Brothers Band also was one heck of a fisherman, one of the passions that carried through his life. Yes, Gregg Allman caught at least 47 sailfish and a 180-pound tarpon.
Stars react to death of legendary singer Gregg Allman
Gregg Allman, recipient of the Living Legend Award at the 10th annual Classic Rock Awards. The music world reacted to the death of legendary singer Gregg Allman, a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and founding member of The Allman Brothers Band. Allman died Saturday at his home in Savannah, Ga. Cher, who was briefly married to Allman in 1975, tweeted to Allman referring to the couple's nicknames. Word are impossible Gui Gui, Cher wrote, featuring a broken heart.
Gregg Allman dead: Singer, organist for The Allman Brothers Band was 69
He idolized his older brother Duane, eventually joining a series of bands with him before finally creating the nucleus of The Allman Brothers Band. The original band featured extended jams, tight guitar harmonies by Duane Allman and Dickey Betts, rhythms from a pair of drummers and the smoky blues inflected voice of Gregg Allman. Although Gregg was the first to pick up a guitar, it was Duane who excelled at it. They failed to crack success until they formed The Allman Brothers Band in 1969.
Gregg Allman, Influential Force Behind the Allman Brothers Band, Dies at 69
Foremost among Mr Allman's influences as a vocalist, though, was the Mississippi-born blues and soul singer and guitarist known as Little Milton. The band's main songwriter early on, Mr Allman contributed expansive, emotionally fraught compositions like Dreams and Whipping Post to the Allman Brothers repertoire. Mr Allman also enjoyed an enduring, if intermittent, career as a solo artist, both while a member of the Allman Brothers Band and during periods when he was away from the group.
Ohio State rallies to edge Towson and reach first men's lacrosse final
J.T Blubaugh, right, celebrates his second-half goal with Lukas Buckley. - No 3 Ohio State rallied from a five-goal deficit and overtook Towson 11-10 to earn the Buckeyes their first trip to the NCAA men's lacrosse championship game. Ohio State put together a pair of four-goal runs to take charge the rest of the way. Ohio State got goals from seven different players.
Fact check: President Trump and his mistold NATO tales
WASHINGTON - It's been a muted week for the real Donald Trump, the Twitter account where the president normally says a lot of things that are unreal. That respite may have come to a close, though, as he wrapped up his foreign trip with yet another mistold tale about NATO. In a tweet and a speech before leaving for home Saturday, he said that thanks to him, money is starting to pour into NATO, which it isn't.
Padres place OF Margot on 10-day DL with calf strain
The San Diego Padres placed Manuel Margot on the 10-day disabled list with a strained right calf before Saturday's game against the Washington Nationals. The centerfielder left Wednesday's game with calf soreness. Second on the team in at-bats, the 22-year-old Margot is batting.259 with four home runs and 13 RBIs. Outfielder Franchy Cordero was called up from Triple-A El Paso for his major league debut. He is expected to start Sunday and receive much of the playing time in center field.
Two Etiquette Experts Take On New York
That, to me, is a big part of etiquette. I'm a fidgeter, and I know there will be those situations, I carry around this fancy-schmancy organic Silly Putty. It might be a first date, and you don't know whether it's a woman who values chivalrous acts or doesn't. Sign Up Receive occasional updates and special offers for The New York Times's products and services. In her book, Ms Brown offers some tips on not letting the internet and social media take over your life.
McCain lifts Oklahoma State into Big 12 championship game
Garrett McCain hit the game-winning single in the top of the 10th inning as Oklahoma State advanced to the Big 12 Conference championship game with a 4-3 win over West Virginia on Saturday. The eighth-seeded Cowboys (29-25), who reached last season's College World Series, will face either TCU or Texas in Sunday's championship game. McCain gave Oklahoma State a 3-1 lead in the sixth inning with his three-run double to left field.
Arsenal beats Chelsea to win third FA Cup title in four seasons
LONDON (AP) - Arsene Wenger's turbulent year ended with a third FA Cup success in four seasons after Arsenal beat Chelsea 2-1 to deny the English Premier League champion a double on Saturday. The good fortune Arsenal have desperately needed came in front of almost 90,000 fans at the cup final. Arsenal even had the luxury of a man advantage from the 68th minute when Victor Moses received a second yellow card for diving.
Chase Elliott is leading the next generation of NASCAR drivers
Though he hasn't taken the checkered flag yet on the NASCAR Monster Energy circuit, stock car racing scion Chase Elliott has taken the sport by storm. While Bill Elliott's son may be chasing his dad's legacy of 44 NASCAR Cup wins, he's focusing more on building his own track record. It's as valuable as you make it - the ability to go and talk to a guy or seek out info.
How logos explain difference between NBA, NFL
We all know the NFL is king, but NBA players get paid more and are more famous and more recognizable. That's why Michael Jordan and LeBron James leave their NFL equivalents in the dust in terms of career earnings and international fame. It's also why mid-level stars in the NBA make millions more than even the best defensive players in the NFL. It's iconic - without a doubt the best league logo in American sports - and speaks to the priorities of the league.
Pit bull bites, kills 3-week-old girl in Michigan
Grand Rapids, Mich. - A pit bull bit the head of a 3-week-old Michigan girl, fatally injuring the infant just minutes after an adult checked on her. An adult found her bleeding with a severe head injury at her home in Grand Rapids on Thursday evening. Nearby, one of the family's three pit bulls was found with blood around its mouth. All three dogs were taken to a local animal shelter where they will be held under quarantine.

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