Uncertainty over Hurricane Matthew still affecting sports

MIAMI (AP) — Fear of the damage that powerful Hurricane Matthew may cause prompted two college football postponements Thursday, and had the NFL plotting just-in-case scenarios for games scheduled in Tampa and Miami this weekend.

  • Written by TIM REYNOLDS, AP Sports Writer

Woman weeps in testimony against NBA star Derrick Rose

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The ex-girlfriend accusing NBA star Derrick Rose and his friends of rape spent Thursday battling her emotions as she tried to piece together a night she remembers only in "flashes."

  • Written by BRIAN MELLEY, Associated Press

Dalton, Prescott bring hot QB hands into Bengals-Cowboys

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Andy Dalton has an idea how defensive coordinators are preparing for Dak Prescott because the Cincinnati veteran remembers being a rookie starter.

  • Written by SCHUYLER DIXON, AP Sports Writer

Cardinals look to build off 33-21 win over 49ers

SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — After stumbling at the start of the season, the Arizona Cardinals hope a road win without their starting quarterback is just what they need to get their season back on track.

  • Written by JOSH DUBOW, AP Sports Writer

Doping Discord: Olympic summit to seek unity in drug fight

LONDON (AP) — With the Russian doping scandal still causing bitter discord across the international sports world, Olympic leaders meet Saturday to consider ways of revamping a global drug-testing system battered by political disputes and a loss of public confidence.

  • Written by STEPHEN WILSON, AP Sports Writer