(Undated)  —  Here is the latest sports news:  Astros sink Dodgers in Game Five.  Seahawks win wild one against Texans.  Texans protest after owner’s comments.  OSU pulls off stunning comeback.  Kyle Busch wins at Martinsville.

>>Astros Take Down Dodgers In 10 Innings

(Houston, TX)  —  Alex Bregman hit a walk-off RBI single in the bottom of the 10th to give the Astros a 13-12 win over the Dodgers in Game Five of the World Series at Minute Maid Park.  Houston has a three-to-two lead in the best-of-seven matchup.  Game Six is in Los Angeles on Tuesday.  A ‘Stros victory would clinch the first World Series title in franchise history.

>>Seahawks Outlast Texans

(Seattle, WA)  —  Russell Wilson connected with Jimmy Graham for a go-ahead 18-yard touchdown with 21-seconds to play, as the Seahawks slipped past the Texans 41-38 in Seattle.  Wilson finished 26-of-41 for 452 yards, four TDs and an interception for the Seahawks.  Deshaun Watson was 19-of-30 for 402 yards, four touchdowns and three picks.  Seattle improved to 5-and-2, Houston is 3-and-4.

>>Majority Of Texans’ Players Kneel For Anthem

(Seattle, WA)  —  The majority of the Houston Texans knelt during the National Anthem before Sunday’s game against the Seahawks in protest of comments made by team owner Bob McNair.  During last week’s NFL owner’s meeting, McNair said “We can’t have inmates running the prison,” in regards to the ongoing player protests during the anthem.  No Texans players had previously participated in the protests this season.

>>Barrett, Buckeyes Stun Penn State

(Columbus, OH)  —  Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett tossed three touchdowns in the fourth quarter as the Buckeyes stunned Penn State, 39-35, on Saturday in Columbus.  Barrett hit Marcus Baugh for the go-ahead 16-yard score with 1:48 left to give Ohio State the win.  Heisman candidate Saquon [[ SAY-kwahn ]] Barkley returned the opening kick off 97 yards for a touchdown, but was held to 44 yards and a score on 21 carries.  The Buckeyes jumped to second in the latest Coaches poll, Penn State dropped to number-seven.

>>Busch Wins NASCAR Playoff Race

(Martinsville, VA)  —  Kyle Busch won the NASCAR playoff race at Martinsville Speedway.  With the victory, he clinches a spot in the NASCAR championship race for the third consecutive year at Homestead.  Chase Elliott was five laps away from his first victory when Denny Hamlin spun him out and push him back to eighth in the playoff chase.  The playoffs continue next Sunday to the Texas Motor Speedway.  There are three spots left in the final four.

 

>>SUNDAY’S SCOREBOARD

MLB World Series
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Houston Astros 13, Los Angeles Dodgers 12  (F/10)
(Astros lead best-of-seven World Series, 3-2)
NFL
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Minnesota Vikings 33, Cleveland Browns 16  (at London, England)
Carolina Panthers 17, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 3
Philadelphia Eagles 33, San Francisco 49ers 10
Buffalo Bills 34, Oakland Raiders 14
New Orleans Saints 20, Chicago Bears 12
New England Patriots 21, Los Angeles Chargers 13
Cincinnati Bengals 24, Indianapolis Colts 23
Atlanta Falcons 25, New York Jets 20
Seattle Seahawks 41, Houston Texans 38
Dallas Cowboys 33, Washington Redskins 19
Pittsburgh Steelers 20, Detroit Lions 15

NBA
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Milwaukee Bucks 117, Atlanta Hawks 106
Indiana Pacers 97, San Antonio Spurs 94
Charlotte Hornets 120, Orlando Magic 113
Washington Wizards 110, Sacramento Kings 83
Denver Nuggets 124, Brooklyn Nets 111
New York Knicks 114, Cleveland Cavaliers 95
Detroit Pistons 115, Golden State Warriors 107

NHL
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Anaheim Ducks 4, Carolina Hurricanes 3  (SO)
Winnipeg Jets 7, Pittsburgh Penguins 1
Calgary Flames 2, Washington Capitals 1

PGA
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World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions  (at Shanghai, China)
1. Justin Rose  (-14)
T2. Henrik Stenson  (-12)
T2. Dustin Johnson  (-12)
T2. Brooks Koepka  (-12)

Sanderson Farms Championship  (at Jackson, MS)
1. Ryan Armour  (-19)
2. Chesson Hadley  (-14)
3. Jonathan Randolph  (-12)

 

>>MONDAY’S SCHEDULE  (All times are Eastern)

NFL
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8:30 p.m. – Denver Broncos at Kansas City Chiefs

MLB Playoffs
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No Games Scheduled

NBA
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7:30 p.m. – Denver Nuggets at New York Knicks
7:30 p.m. – Minnesota Timberwolves at Miami Heat
7:30 p.m. – San Antonio Spurs at Boston Celtics
8:00 p.m. – Charlotte Hornets at Memphis Grizzlies
8:00 p.m. – Philadelphia 76ers at Houston Rockets
8:00 p.m. – Orlando Magic at New Orleans Pelicans
9:00 p.m. – Dallas Mavericks at Utah Jazz
10:00 p.m. – Toronto Raptors at Portland Trail Blazers
10:30 p.m. – Golden State Warriors at LA Clippers

NHL
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7:00 p.m. – Boston Bruins at Columbus Blue Jackets
7:00 p.m. – Arizona Coyotes at Philadelphia Flyers
7:00 p.m. – Vegas Golden Knights at New York Islanders
7:30 p.m. – Tampa Bay Lightning at Florida Panthers
7:30 p.m. – Montreal Canadiens at Ottawa Senators
8:00 p.m. – Los Angeles Kings at St. Louis Blues
10:00 p.m. – Dallas Stars at Vancouver Canucks
10:30 p.m. – Toronto Maple Leafs at San Jose Sharks