UNDATED (AP) — Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck has announced his retirement at age 29. Luck made the announcement following the Colts’ 27-17 preseason loss to the Bears on Saturday, saying the repeated injuries, lingering pain and continual rehab took away his love for the game. He has most recently struggled to recover from a lower left leg injury.
LONG PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) — Authorities say the son of former NFL defensive lineman Barry Bennett has been arrested in Mexico, three days after Bennett and his wife were found dead in Minnesota. The Todd County Sheriff's Office in Minnesota says 22-year-old Dylan John Bennett was arrested on second degree murder charges at a hotel Saturday in Cancun. A criminal complaint says Dylan Bennett's car was at the scene with an empty box for a 9 mm handgun inside, along with ammunition.
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Feleipe Franks offset three inexcusable turnovers by accounting for three touchdowns as eighth-ranked Florida rallied to beat Miami, 24-20 at Orlando. Franks threw for 254 yards and two scores and ran for another to help the Gators beat the Hurricanes for just the second time in their last nine meetings. Florida’s defense bailed Franks out time and time again, finishing with 10 sacks and 16 tackles for a loss.
ATLANTA (AP) — Six people were taken by ambulance from the PGA’s Tour Championship Saturday after lightning struck a pine tree just off the 16th tee at East Lake in Atlanta. Atlanta Police spokesman James H. White III said five adults and one juvenile girl had sought shelter beneath the tree. He said they were taken to hospitals for further treatment, all of them alert, conscious and breathing.
ATLANTA (AP) — Saturday’s lightning storm at the PGA’s Tour Championship prevented 26 of the 30 participants from finishing their third rounds. Justin Thomas is the overall leader at 12 under, one shot ahead of Brooks Koepka (KEHP’-kah) and Rory McIlroy. All three had completed five holes before play was halted.