Kang 10-under 61 for the Nelson lead, matches course record

Sports 05/10/19, 14:49

Sung Kang matched the Trinity Forest course record with a 10-under 61 on an unseasonably cool day Friday in the second round at the Byron Nelson. Kang was 16 under after his round that included six birdies in a row. The 31-year-old South Korean, who lives in North Texas, led by ...

McCarthy shoots 63 for 1st-round lead at Byron Nelson

Sports 05/09/19, 19:16

Denny McCarthy shot a career-low 8-under 63 for the first-round lead Thursday at the Byron Nelson, where the local spotlight is on Trinity Forest members Jordan Spieth and Tony Romo.McCarthy had 10 birdies over a 12-hole stretch after a double bogey in his morning round. The former Virginia player was ...

Cowboys’ Lawrence signs $105 million deal; Prescott next?

Football 04/09/19, 17:00

DeMarcus Lawrence may not be the highest-paid Dallas Cowboys player in history for long. It doesn't mean the club's best defensive end can't enjoy the distinction while it lasts.The 26-year-old Lawrence signed a $105 million, five-year contract Tuesday. He then was asked repeatedly to try to reflect on what it ...

Romo approaching first Super Bowl like regular season game

Sports 01/25/19, 19:03

New England's Tom Brady and Los Angeles' Jared Goff are going into the Super Bowl with plenty of momentum, but the quarterback that might be on the biggest roll is CBS analyst Tony Romo.The former Cowboys signal-caller will call his first Super Bowl on Feb. 3 coming off acclaim for ...

Prescott’s playoff road resumes in LA, where so much started

Football 01/10/19, 20:28

So many questions asked of Dak Prescott revolve around two years ago, when the Dallas quarterback led the Cowboys to an NFC-best 13 wins as a rookie before losing his playoff debut.There's a new angle to that old story line now that the 2016 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year ...

Cowboys trace top-5 defense to draft, starting with Lawrence

Sports 12/13/18, 20:47

Dallas defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli remembers the night the Cowboys traded up in the second round of the 2014 draft to grab DeMarcus Lawrence because they thought he was the last pass rusher on the board with the skills to become elite.Four years and several significant draft decisions later, Dallas ...

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