—N-F-L—49ers beat Lions
Vernon Davis caught a pair of touchdown passes as the San Fransisco 49ers defeated the Detroit Lions, 27-19.
Matthew Stafford threw for 230 yards and a touchdown along with an interception for Detroit.
Calvin Johnson caught eight passes for 94 yards while Brandon Pettigrew hauled in a touchdown.
Jason Hanson was 4-of-5 on field goal attempts for the Lions, who fall to 1-and-1 so far this year.
Detroit heads to Nashville next Sunday to face the Titans.
—College Football—Alabama is number 1
The Alabama Crimson Tide are once again the top team in the nation in the “USA Today” Poll.Alabama earned 54 of the 59 first place votes.
The remaining five went to the second place LSU Tigers.
Oregon moved up one spot to number-three after fellow Pac-12 team USC dropped to 12th following their loss to Stanford.
The Stanford Cardinals jumped from 16th to 11th in the current rankings. Mississippi State and Oklahoma State joined the top-25 in 23rd and 25th place, respectively.
Lonnie Chisenhall singled in the winning run in the bottom of the ninth as the Cleveland Indians scored twice to beat the Detroit Tigers, 7-6 yesterday afternoon.
Jose Valverde took the loss for Detroit.
Miguel Cabrera hit a three-run home run in the seventh to give the Tigers a 6-5 lead.
Detroit fell two games behind Chicago in the AL Central.
The Tigers will make up last week’s rainout with the White Sox today as Doug Fister takes the mound against Jose Quintana.
Game time is 2:10 p.m.
Milwaukee Brewers 3, New York Mets 0 Chicago Cubs 13, Pittsburgh Pirates 9
—N-H-L—Hockey is locked out
The National Hockey League is in its second lockout in less than a decade.
The league locked out players after the two sides failed to reach a new collective bargaining agreement.
The previous CBA expired at 12:01 a.m. Eastern Sunday morning.
The last work stoppage caused the league to cancel the entire 2004-05 season.
Owners and players can’t agree on how to split revenue, which was at an all-time high last season.
Players received 57-percent of the hockey-related revenue under the previous agreement, but the league wants to lower that number to below 50-percent.
There are no new talks between the two sides planned.
By: Mike Plourde for Great Lakes Radio Sports