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Jerry Jones' power doesn't equal success
ARLINGTON, Texas -- Jerry Jones has proven you can be one of the most powerful men in American sports and a bad franchise owner at the same time. Someone should actually award him a trophy for pulling that off. Lord knows Jones could use a trophy. His Dallas Cowboys had just lost by 28 points at
Truex leads a quartet of veterans in NASCAR's title race
NASCAR has spent so much time this year ushering in a new generation of fresh-faced, young drivers
Truex strengthens grip as driver to beat for NASCAR title
Martin Truex Jr. ended NASCAR's final practice on top. Do it Sunday when it counts and Truex will drive away with his first NASCAR Cup championship. Truex was fastest in the final practice of the season, hitting 171.195 mph on Saturday at Homestead-Miami Speedway and again stamping himself as the
Kyle Busch wants 2nd title to validate 2015 championship
Kyle Busch understands there are some people who don't think he should have been eligible to race for the 2015 championship
Keselowski views finale as 'opportunity to add to my legacy'
Brad Keselowski believes winning a second NASCAR Cup championship would make him a Hall of Fame driver
The Latest: Keselowski looks to become 'Hall of Fame driver'
Brad Keselowski looks at winning a second NASCAR championship as "a chance to really make myself a Hall of Fame driver."
Truex maintains role as favorite at NASCAR's media day
Martin Truex Jr. conducted himself like a driver just a few days away from winning his first Cup title during NASCAR's media day for the championship race
Jimmie Johnson finalist for charitable contributions award
Jimmie Johnson won't win a record eighth championship this year. He could wind up as NASCAR's charitable champion, though. Johnson came up short in his bid to make Sunday's championship-deciding race at Homestead-Miami Speedway, where he won his seventh title a year ago. As he pushed to make
Jimmie Johnson's title chase ends with wreck in Phoenix
Jimmie Johnson's bid for a record eighth NASCAR championship is over. Needing a win at Phoenix to make the final four in next weekend's championship finale, Johnson saw his hopes crumple with a blown tire that sent his No. 48 Chevrolet into the wall with one lap remaining in the second stage
Jimmie Johnson out of title chase after flat tire results in crash
AVONDALE, Ariz. -- Jimmie Johnson won't vie for a record eighth NASCAR Cup championship next week at Homestead-Miami Speedway. His frustrating playoff run continued Sunday after a flat tire resulted in a crash, ending his day just short of halfway through the elimination race at Phoenix Raceway.