DETROIT (AP) — The San Francisco Giants can win their second World Series in three years with one more victory Sunday night in Detroit. The Giants took a commanding 3-0 lead by blanking the Tigers 2-0 as Ryan Vogelsong and two relievers combined on Detroit’s second straight shutout, a five-hitter.
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Missouri got touchdowns off all three of Kentucky’s lost fumbles as the Tigers earned a long-delayed first win in their debut SEC season with a 33-10 victory yesterday. Corbin Berkstresser was intercepted on consecutive passes to start the second half before getting replaced by backup James Franklin in Columbia.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — Kierra Harris threw for three touchdowns and ran for another, Mikael Cooper-Falls added 95 yards rushing and a score, and Missouri State dominated Western Illinois 42-3 yesterday for the Bears’ first three-game winning streak in eight years. Harris completed just 13 passes and was intercepted three times, but he managed to find Dorian Buford, Trey Kelley and Cadarrius Dotson for scores in Springfield.
(Kansas City, MO) — A pair of struggling AFC West teams meet up Sunday as the Raiders take on the Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium. The 1-and-5 Chiefs are coming off their bye. Brady Quinn makes his second straight start at quarterback in place of Matt Cassel. KC is 0-and-3 at home this year. Kick off at Arrowhead is set for noon today.