- Highlights: No. 10 Ohio State pulls out 36-31 win over NebraskaNo. 10 Ohio State defeated Nebraska 36-31.FOXSports
- Highlight: Will Grier's 2-point conversion lifts No. 13 WVWhat a clutch performance by the WVU QB.FOXSports
- Nebraska's must-see failed kickoff might be the worst kick everThat probably didn't go according to plan for the Cornhuskers, whose special team woes in the first quarter helped open the door for No. 10 Ohio State to take the lead after an early Nebraska touchdown.FOXSports
Highlights: No. 10 Ohio State pulls out 36-31 win over NebraskaFOXSports4:46
Highlight: Will Grier's 2-point conversion lifts No. 13 WVFOXSports0:17
Nebraska's must-see failed kickoff might be the worst kick everFOXSports0:28
Highlights: Clemson destroys LouisvilleACC Digital Network3:30
Highlight: Nebraska commits absurd turnover in the red zoneFOXSports0:31
Highlight: Iowa State WR's spectacular TD has even his QB in disbeliefFOXSports0:47
Haley takes victory as Gilliland’s tank runs dry on final lap at TexasNASCAR0:38
Hardaway: Celtics are only team who can challenge WarriorsFOXSports1:17
Highlights: Pittsburgh handles No. 23 VirginiaACC Digital Network3:51
Highlights: Arizona tops ColoradoFOXSports5:21
Kershaw gets 3-year, $93 million contract from DodgersFOXSports0:44
Ryan Blaney wins Busch Pole Award at TexasNASCAR1:56
Picking the winner of Chargers-SeahawksNFL1:42
Rodgers on Belichick, 'GOAT' talkCBS Sports1:11
Playoff drivers Sauter, Gragson caught up in multi-truck wreckNASCAR1:45
Picking the winner of Packers-PatriotsNFL1:35
The Match: Tiger vs. Phil, presented by WarnerMeda's Turner, will begin at 3 p.m. Eastern on Nov. 23 at Shadow Creek in Las Vegas and will be available to watch on pay-per-view for $19.99.
The PPV will be available through Turner's B/R Live, AT&T's DIRECTV and AT&T U-verse. The PPV will be distributed to other cable, satellite and telco operators including Comcast, Charter, Cox, Verizon and Altice in the U.S. and Rogers, Shaw and Bell in Canada through In Demand and Vubiquity. Turner International will facilitate the distribution of live PPV access outside the U.S. and Canada.
Capital One will serve as the title sponsor for The Match, which will not only feature the winner-take-all $9 million pot but also side challenges, including longest-drive, closest-to-the-pin and other bets.
As previously reported on Thursday morning, both players will donate to charity.