LPGA leaderboard: Canadian Pacific Women’s Open today TV schedule time


The LPGA leaderboard at the Canadian Pacific Women’s Open schedule sees Inbee Park attempting to defend her Wegmans Championship victory to amass two LPGA Tour wins in a row, while Brittany Lincicome tries to bounce back from a tough playoff loss. It hasn’t been the ideal month for women golfers from the United States, first with the loss of the International Crown and then the sudden collapse of Michelle Wie in what had been looking like a comeback year for her. This weekend they’re looking for redemption north of the border in Ontario, Canada.

Inbee Park is teeing off early in the morning at 7:44am, giving her an early crack at making a dent on the LPGA leaderboard before before Brittany Lincicome tees off five and a half hours later at 1:!6pm. Stacy Lewis, the number one ranked female golfer, also has an early start time of 7:55am. Michelle Wie will continue to be absent from the LPGA Tour for at least another weekend, after suffering a wrist injury which has sidelined her for multiple tournaments on the schedule. Mirim Lee, who won the tournament two weeks ago, tees off at 8:17am. Today’s action will take place at the London Hunt and Country Club in London, Ontario.

Today’s Canadian Pacific Women’s Open has a start time schedule of noon on television, airing live on The Golf Channel in the United States through 2:00pm. Live coverage in Canada will air on TV channel TSN, running from noon to 2:00pm and again from 3:00pm through 6:00pm.

PGA leaderboard: The Barclays golf tournament today TV schedule time


The only thing that’s kept Rory McIlroy off the top of the PGA leaderboard in men’s golf tournaments on the schedule of late is if he hasn’t played in them. That’s bad news for the field at The Barclays, as Rory is indeed playing this weekend after having taken last week’s Wyndham Championship off. Other major PGA Tour names like Phil Mickelson are also returning to action, making for a high stakes competition in Paramus New Jersey, which is receiving four hours of live TV coverage today.

Rory McIlroy is scheduled to tee off early in the morning today at 8:26am eastern time, giving him an opportunity to make a dent in the PGA leaderboard before most other players even get underway. He has the same tee time at The Barclays as Bubba Watson, Hideki Matsuyama, and Jimmy Walker. But Phil Mickelson is teeing off even earlier in the day at 7:53am. Camilo Villegas, who won the Wyndham last weekend, tees off at 12:44pm. Heath Slocum, who nearly won last time out before stumbling badly in the end, will not play. But the most notable absentee golfer this week is Tiger Woods, whose comeback attempt this year has been stalled out by lingering back problems and inconsistent play.

Today’s PGA Tour Barclays golf tournament at Ridgewood Country Club has a start time schedule of 2:00pm eastern time on TV channel The Golf Channel, and airs live for four hours through 6:00pm eastern time.

Philadelphia Eagles Pittsburgh Steelers game tonight: TV schedule time


The Philadelphia Eagles and Pittsburgh Steelers play each other tonight in an NFL preseason football game which doesn’t count for anything in the standings, but state pride is on the line between the two Pennsylvania based teams. Both teams are also trying to refine their rosters before each making an expected run at the postseason this year. Tonight’s game has an early start time and will be televised nationally, though not on a TV channel that quite everyone will have access to. The game will also air live online.

Pittsburgh got suburb play out of quarterback Ben Roethlisberger in a close win over the Buffalo Bills which saw him notch a nearly perfect passer rating in early action. His backups subsequently looked ineffective, but the key takeaway may have been that Big Ben and offensive coordinator Todd Haley may finally be on the same page for the Steelers. Philadelphia is coming off a strong outing from all three of its QBs in a high scoring loss to the New England Patriots, with starter Nick Foles looking particularly effective for the Eagles. Now the two starters will face off tonight in front of a national audience, with both teams looking for evidence that they’ve made the right offseason personnel moves in their chase for the playoffs.

Tonight’s Philadelphia Eagles vs Pittsburgh Steelers NFL preseason schedule game has a start time of 7:00pm eastern time and airs on TV channel NFL Network, which is available on most cable and satellite providers. The game may also air on local network TV channels in Pennsylvania markets. The NFL is also offering the game live online at a cost via its official website.

Cleveland Browns v. Washington Redskins game: final score, schedule


I was the Cleveland Browns and Washington Redskins on the NFL Monday Night Football preseason game schedule tonight, with both teams facing growing controversy heading into the game, albeit each of a different kind. The Browns have been facing growing scrutiny over whether they’ll name Johnny Manziel or Brian Hoyer as their starting quarterback, and that question only grew more perplexing tonight in a game whose final score was decided by just one point.

Cleveland once again started veteran quarterback Brian Hoyer, and he looked ineffective against a stiff pass rush with a passer rating of just 42. When rookie Johnny Manziel ultimately took over, he wasn’t able to find much more success, completing a touchdown on a shovel pass but only amassing a passer rating of 76. They were both outplayed by Connor Shaw, the only QB who has no chance of starting. But Johnny Football may have hurt his chances tonight when he made an obscene gesture toward the Washington sideline, calling into question his maturity. The Redskins fared somewhat better at the position, with Robert Griffin III looking solid aside from a single interception. In the end, the final score was decided by backups.

The Washington Redskins were the winner over the Cleveland Browns by a final score of 24-23. The next game on the Washington schedule is at the Baltimore Ravens on Saturday night, while the next game on the schedule for Cleveland is at home against the St Louis Rams on Saturday night. No word yet on whether Manziel or Hoyer will start.

Wyndham PGA leaderboard winner, results, golf tournament schedule


The PGA leaderboard at the Wyndham Championship golf tournament was chock full of up and comers throughout the weekend. PGA Championship winner Rory McIlroy and other major names like Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods took the weekend schedule off following the major tournament, opening the door for lesser known players to shine, and some of them ended up doing just that. In the end, two players battled it out to determine the winner.

Camilo Villegas shot seven under for the tournament and ended up atop the PGA leaderboard when the smoke cleared, the winner over Bill Haas, who snuck his way up the leaderboard and finished at six under for the weekend. Freddie Jacobson and Heath Slocum, who had been closer to the lead earlier in the day, ultimately fell back to four under and three under, respectively. Brandt Snedeker, arguably the most recognizable name and potent golfer in the field at the Wyndham this week, finished four off the lead at three under. Can Villegas continue to play as well next week with the major PGA golf names back on the schedule?

The next stop on the PGA Tour schedule is the RBC Heritage golf tournament at Hilton Head, South Carolina, starting this Thursday.

San Francisco 49ers vs Denver Broncos game: final score, schedule


The Denver Broncos and San Francisco 49ers both have Super Bowl aspirations this season, and they faced each other in an NFL preseason schedule football game today which offered just a hint as to how things are progressing on each side – and left only one side cheering. There was plenty of scoring, but it all came from the winner.

The 49ers just gave quarterback Colin Kaepernick a long term contract and they’re hoping that will pay off. He and his San Francisco teammates couldn’t do anything right today, even as they look to get back to the Super Bowl, which they lost two years ago and then failed to reach last season thanks to their chief rival Seattle Seahawks. The Broncos are facing a number of personnel shifts including the arrival of star defensive back Aqib Talib, the departure of wide receiver Eric Decker and running back Knowshon Moreno on offense, and the recent appendectomy of running back Montee Ball. But star quarterback Peyton Manning and his understudy Brock Osweiler both looked impressive, each throwing a touchdown score and ending up with a passer rating over over a hundred.

The Denver Broncos were the winner over the San Francisco 49ers in today’s NFL preseason football game by a final score of 34-0, spoiling the 49ers home exhibition debut at new Levi Stadium. The next game on the Broncos schedule is at home against the Houston Texans on Saturday night. The next game on the 49ers schedule is at home against the San Diego Chargers on Sunday afternoon.

Final LPGA leaderboard: winner, results for Wegmans, golf schedule


The LPGA leaderboard at the Wegmans Championship golf tournament schedule kept changing hands during the course of the Wegmans Championship women’s golf tournament, and bunched up tightly heading into Sunday’s final round, so it’s no great surprise that the results and winner were determined by a playoff. The seventy-two hole tournament ended up needing seventy-three holes before concluding.

Inbee Park and Brittany Lincicome both spend much of Sunday at or near the top of the LPGA leaderboard, and when the final round concluded, they were tied at eleven under for the tournament. They were the only two in contention by the very end of the Wegmans, as Lydio Ko could only muster up an eight under par performance for the weekend to finish in third place, and Azahara Munoz and Anna Nordqvist were further back at six under. Stacy Lewis, the number one ranked player on the LPGA Tour, finished at five under. The playoff between Park and Lincicome only took one hole, which Inbee Park won with a par. Can she do it again next week?

The next top on the LPGA Tour golf schedule is the Canadian Pacific Women’s Open in London, Ontario, beginning on Thursday August 21st.

Kansas City Chiefs vs Carolina Panthers game: score, schedule


The Kansas City Chiefs and the Carolina Panthers faced each other tonight in a Sunday Night Football game, and even though it’s still the NFL preseason schedule, all eyes in the pro football world were watching. The Chiefs are looking to build on last season’s postseason run which saw them score at will in the playoffs but fail to keep the Colts from scoring at will. The Panthers are looking to overcome personnel shifts at wide receiver. Both teams got mixed results, along with a final score which was more indicative of how the second half went.

Cam Newton looked like less than his usual self for Carolina in going four for nine with no touchdowns or interceptions. The good news: his injured ankle didn’t appear to be a major hindrance. The bad news: he didn’t quite gel with any of his new Panthers receivers. Alex Smith had a somewhat better night for Kansas City, completing an efficient fourteen of twenty-two passes for the Chiefs. Derek Andersen had the best night of any quarterback, notching a 141 passer rating in relief action. In the end, the game came down to a pair of touchdowns scored in the third quarter.

Andersen threw one touchdown pass for the Carolina Panthers and Fozzy Whittaker rushed for another, making them the winner over the Kansas City Chiefs by a final score of 28-16. The next scheduled game for the Panthers is at the New England Patriots on Friday night, while the next game on the KC Chiefs schedule is at home against the Minnesota Vikings on Saturday night.

Houston Texans v Atlanta Falcons game: final score, schedule


The Atlanta Falcons and Houston Texans squared off in an NFL preseason football schedule game tonight which saw one team locked in at its quarterback situation and the other team running a three ring circus at the position – but the results ended up looking the opposite by the time the final score rolled around. The Falcons are counting on Matt Ryan to help them bounce back from an uncharacteristically down season, while the Texans have been looking for any quarterback help they can get.

Ryan Fitzpatrick, the closest thing to a viable starting quarterback on the Houston Texans roster, showed up in a big way in tonight’s game for Houston. He as 9 of 12 with one touchdown and a passer rating of 126. On the other side of the ball Matt Ryan didn’t look sharp in his brief stint for Atlanta, as the Falcons had a poor night in general.

The Houston Texans were the winner over the Atlanta Falcons in tonight’s game by a final score of 32-7, with Atlanta getting shut out in the second half. The next game on the Texans schedule is at the Denver Broncos on Saturday night, while the next stop on the schedule for the Falcons is at home against the Tennessee Titans, also on Saturday night.

Minnesota Vikings vs Arizona Cardinals game: score, schedule


The Arizona Cardinals took on the Minnesota Vikings tonight in an NFL preseason schedule football game which featured one team trying to get over the hump and into the postseason while the other team attempts to decipher its logjam at the quarterback position. The Cardinals are set with Caron Palmer, whom they hope is the answer paired with star receiver Larry Fitzgerald. The Vikings played three quasi-starter-material quarterbacks tonight, and got some positive answers. The final score was a close one.

Matt Cassel played so well in the first half of the game for Minnesota that he seemingly had the starting job for the regular season locked up. But then rookie Teddy Bridgewater had such a strong second half for the Vikings that the team could conceivably go with either QB, and may need the next preseason game to make a final determination.

In the end the Minnesota Vikings were the winner over the Arizona Cardinals by a final score of 30-28. The next game on the schedule for the Vikings is at the Kansas City Chiefs on Saturday night, while the next game on the Cards schedule is at home against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday night.