Cowboys (7-2) 43 – Atlanta (4-5) 3
Titans (8-2) 23 – New Orleans (5-4) 21
Rams (7-2) at 49ers (3-5) 7:15 pm ESPN
Dan Quinn last week downplayed the significance of what it meant to play against his former team, the Atlanta Falcons. Still, after the Dallas Cowboys’ convincing 43-3 win Sunday, the defensive coordinator received a game ball.
Emotional and exhausted. That’s how Aaron Rodgers said he felt after the Green Bay Packers’ 17-0 win over the Seattle Seahawks in the quarterback’s return from his ten-day absence because of COVID-19.
Lakers (8-6) 114 – San Antonio (4-9) 106
Suns (9-3) 115 – Houston (1-12) 89
Nets (10-4) 95 – Oklahoma City (5-7) 96
New Orleans at Washington 6:00 pm
Denver at Dallas 7:00 pm NBA TV
Houston at Memphis 7:00 pm
Miami at Oklahoma City 7:00 pm
Stars (5-6-2) 5 – Flyers (7-4-2) 2
Detroit at Dallas 7:30 pm ESPN
In the friendly confines of Ernest Hawkins Field at Memorial Stadium, the Texas A&M University-Commerce football team ended its season with a 30-10 win over Eastern New Mexico on Saturday evening as part of Senior Day. The Lions end their final season in NCAA Division II with a record of 7-4. A charter member of the Lone Star Conference, the Lions finished with a 5-2, finishing tied for second in their final season.
The No. 10 ranked Texas A&M University-Commerce women’s basketball team starts off its season with a perfect 2-0 record in the tournament hosted by Colorado Christian at the CCU Events Center, beating the Cougars, 83-74, on Saturday afternoon.
In the regular-season finale, the Texas A&M University-Commerce volleyball team swept the Western New Mexico Mustangs, 3-0, at Drag’s Court on Saturday afternoon. The Lions finish the season in fifth place in the Lone Star Conference standings.
Two second-half goals by the No. 6 seeded Angelo State ended the Texas A&M University-Commerce soccer team’s run in the Lone Star Conference Championship with a 2-0 loss. It happened Friday night on DBU’s Patriot Soccer Field. The loss marked the end of the Lions’ time in NCAA Division II.
The Sulphur Bluff Lady Bears 26-9 make the school’s first-ever trip to the state volleyball finals in Garland Wednesday. They have the first game at 11:00 am against Fayetteville, who is 44-2. The winner plays Veribest or Blum.
Thursday, Nov. 18
Lindale vs. El Campo at Baylor’s McClane Stadium, 7:00 pm
Carthage vs. Hampshire-Fannett at Porter’s Randall Reed Stadium, 7:30 pm
Malakoff vs. Pottsboro at Sulphur Spring’s Prim Stadium, 7:00 pm
Mount Vernon vs. Whitney at Tyler Rose 7:00 pm
Woodville vs. Lorena at Madisonville’s Mustang Stadium, 7:00 pm
Tyler Legacy vs. Cedar Hill, TBD
Lancaster vs. Longview at Mesquite Memorial Stadium, 7:30 pm
Kilgore vs. Stafford at Houston’s Sheldon ISD Panther Stadium, 7:00 pm
Chapel Hill vs. Brazosport at Porter’s Randall Reed Stadium, 7:00 pm
Paris vs. Stephenville at Collins Denton ISD 7:30 pm
Gilmer vs. Caddo Mills at Mesquite’s Hanby Stadium, 7:00 pm
West Orange-Stark vs. Jasper at Beaumont ISD Memorial Stadium, 7:30 pm
Bellville vs. Rusk at Baylor’s McLane Stadium, 7:00 pm
Pittsburg vs. Quinlan Ford at Sulphur Springs 7:30 pm
Gladewater vs. Grandview at Royce City ISD Stadium, 7:00 pm
West vs. Mineola, at Forney’s City Bank Stadium, 7:00 pm
Diboll vs. Hallettsville at Navasota’s Rattler Stadium, 7:00 pm
West Rusk vs. New Waverly at Crockett’s Driskell Stadium, 7:00 pm
Daingerfield vs. Elysian Fields at Tatum 7:00 pm
Newton vs. DeKalb at Carthage’s Bulldog Stadium, 7:30 pm
Hearne vs. Beckville at Plano’s Tom Kimbrough Stadium, 7:30 pm
Timpson vs. Thorndale at Fairfield, 7:00 pm
Holland vs. Shelbyville at Athens’ Bruce Field, 7:00 pm
Tenaha vs. Chilton at Trinity’s Tiger Stadium 7:00 pm
West Sabine vs. Wortham, TBD
Mart vs. Lovelady, TBD
Marshall vs. Crosby at Lufkin’s Abe Martin Stadium, 2:00 pm