As of 5:30 p.m. (et) |
Detroit Lions owner and chairman William Clay Ford, Sr. died Sunday morning at
the age of 88. Ford, who would have turned 89 next Saturday, purchased the
Lions on Nov. 22, 1963 for $4.5 million and owned the team until his death. He
was the last surviving grandchild of Henry Ford, the founder of Ford Motor
No. 2 Wichita State remained unbeaten with an 83-69 win over Indiana State in
the championship game of the Missouri Valley Conference tournament on Sunday.
The Shockers (34-0) tied the 1990-91 UNLV team for the longest winning streak
to begin a season and will likely have a No. 1 seed when the NCAA tournament
begins. Two other teams clinched automatic berths into the tournament on
Sunday. Coastal Carolina claimed the Big South title with a 76-61 victory over
Winthrop and Mercer held off late-charging Florida Gulf Coast 68-60 to capture
the Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament.
Patrick Reed is 6-under par through 12 holes of his final round at the
Cadillac Championship in Miami and has a three-shot lead over Bubba Watson,
who has played 16 holes. Defending champion Tiger Woods is 3-over par in his
final round and has fallen eight shots off the lead.
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