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  1. Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner, left, and wide receiver Devin Funchess celebrate after their third touchdown of the first half Saturday at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor. (David Guralnick / Detroit News)

    Michigan 52, Appalachian State 14

    Devin Funchess, Michigan trample Appalachian State

    The Wolverines were looking for a lot of things that were lacking last season, and they found them against an overmatched team in the season opener at Michigan Stadium.

  1. Lions make cuts to reach 53-man roster

    Wide receiver Kris Durham was among the Lions cuts Saturday. (Daniel Mears / Detroit News)Even though most players can feel safe for now, the current roster is by no means permanent. The Lions could add some players who were cut by other teams, and if rookie linebacker Kyle Van Noy goes on short-term injured reserve Tuesday, it would open a roster spot.

  1. NHL open to expansion but has 'no plan moving forward'

    The Minnesota Wild and Columbus Blue Jackets were the last teams to join the NHL, for the 2000-01 season. (Hannah Foslien / Getty Images)

    The NHL has not expanded since the 2000-01 season when the Minnesota Wild and Columbus Blue Jackets became the 29th and 30th franchises in the league.

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Detroit Tigers

Sports on TV

Where to watch the big game in Metro Detroit

BASEBALL

  • 1 Detroit at Chicago White Sox, FSD/97.1
  • 1 N.Y. Yankees at Toronto, MLB
  • 4 Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, FS1
  • 7 Detroit at Chicago White Sox, FSD/97.1
  • 9 Washington at Seattle, MLB

BASKETBALL

  • Noon FIBA World Cup, Brazil vs. France, NBA
  • 3:30 FIBA World Cup, Finland vs. U.S., ESPN

BOXING

  • 9:30 Gavril vs. Falowo, Jack vs. Escalera and Love vs. Medina, SHO

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

  • 8:30 a.m. Penn State vs. Central Florida (at Dublin), ESPN2
  • Noon Appalachian State at Michigan, ESPN2/WWJ
  • Noon UCLA at Virginia, ESPN
  • Noon North Dakota State at Iowa State, FS1
  • Noon Western Michigan at Purdue, ESPNU
  • Noon Indiana State at Indiana, ESPN News
  • Noon Tennessee-Martin at Kentucky, SEC
  • Noon Ohio State vs. Navy (at Baltimore), CBSSN
  • Noon Northern Iowa at Iowa, BTN
  • Noon Youngstown State at Illinois, BTN
  • Noon Georgia Southern at N.C. State, WKBD
  • 12:30 Wofford at Georgia Tech, FSD+
  • 3:30 Rice at Notre Dame, NBC
  • 3:30 West Virginia vs. Alabama (at Atlanta), ABC/WMGC
  • 3:30 California at Northwestern, ESPN2
  • 3:30 South Dakota State at Missouri, ESPNU
  • 3:30 Florida Atlantic at Nebraska, BTN
  • 3:30 James Madison at Maryland, BTN
  • 4 William & Mary at Virginia Tech, ESPN News
  • 4 Arkansas at Auburn, SEC
  • 5:30 Clemson at Georgia, ESPN
  • 6 Morgan State at Eastern Michigan, WEMU
  • 7 Idaho at Florida, ESPNU
  • 7 Northern Arizona at San Diego State, CBSSN
  • 7 Samford at TCU, FSD+
  • 7:30 Fresno State at USC, Fox
  • 7:30 Southern Mississippi at Mississippi State, SEC
  • 8 Florida State vs. Oklahoma State (at Arlington, Texas), ABC/WMGC
  • 8 N.C. Central at East Carolina, ESPN News
  • 9 Wisconsin vs. LSU (at Houston), ESPN
  • 10:30 Washington at Hawaii, CBSSN

COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL

  • 8 Louisville at Minnesota, BTN

GOLF

  • 7 a.m. European Tour, Italian Open, GC
  • 12:30 Web.com Tour, Hotel Fitness Championship, GC
  • 3 PGA Tour, Deutsche Bank Championship, GC
  • 7 LPGA Tour, Portland Classic, GC
  • 9:30 Champions Tour, Shaw Charity Classic, GC

HORSE RACING

  • 6 Woodward Handicap and Forego Stakes, NBCSN

MOTOR SPORTS

  • 7:30 Nationwide Great Clips 300, ESPN2
  • 9 IndyCar MAVTV 500, NBCSN

OLYMPICS

  • 5 Youth Games, CBC

SOCCER

  • 7:40 a.m. Premier, Manchester United at Burnley, NBCSN
  • 9:55 a.m. Premier, Stoke City at Manchester City, NBCSN
  • 12:30 Premier, Chelsea at Everton, NBC

TENNIS

  • 11 a.m. U.S. Open, CBS

WNBA

  • 7 Chicago at Indiana, NBA

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