Here is what's happening in sports on Monday, Oct. 23, including tonight's TV schedule.
The Owls now have a bye and return to action Thursday, Nov. 2 at Lincoln Financial Field against Navy.
The Sixers are looking to reduce fouls, cut down turnovers and perform better in pick-and-roll.
The Ohio State coach acknowledged that revenge is a motivator for players but that he hasn't decided whether he will make that part of his message for Saturday's game against Penn State.
The team will play in Albany, N.Y. in 2018.
The Flyers' D will have a vastly different look Tuesday vs. visiting Anaheim.
Players and owners consider their next move as 22 players reportedly demonstrated before day games Sunday.
Some of the strongest backing came from players whose futures in Philadelphia are in even greater doubt than Curtin's.
Zach Ertz's hot start to the season should continue against a Washington defense that has allowed the tight end to be the leading receiver in four of five games this year.
Bridges is the best NBA prospect in the city, his name in the first round of most mock drafts, if he decides to make this season his last.
On the latest episode of the Birds' Eye View podcast. Zach Berman and Jeff McLane preview the Eagles' Monday night showdown against the Washington Redskins at Lincoln Financial Field.
Andrew MacDonald apparently injured his knee blocking a shot in Saturday's 2-1 win over Edmonton. He has been on the team's top defensive pairing, alongside Ivan Provorov.
Sixers have lost six of their last seven meeting against the Pistons.
Washington must deal with red-hot Carson Wentz and Eagles' No. 3 offense. And Eagles run game has improved since last they played the Redskins.