- The Latest: Daytona 500 goes green with Elliott up front
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — The Latest on the Daytona 500 (all times local):
- Former NHL enforcer suspended as youth coach following brawl
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Former NHL enforcer Andrew Peters has been suspended indefinitely as coach of a youth hockey team pending a Buffalo police investigation into his role in an on-ice brawl.
- Mika leads BYU to upset of No. 1 Gonzaga 79-71
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Top-ranked Gonzaga's quest to go undefeated this season ended under a barrage of baskets by BYU's Eric Mika on Saturday night.
- No. 5 UCLA dominates offensive boards to edge No. 4 Arizona
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — An awesome offense has carried UCLA to a terrific season. The Bruins turned to rebounding and defense for what may have been their most impressive win yet.
- Bulls benefit as James sits with strep, beat Cavs 117-99
CLEVELAND (AP) — With LeBron James missing from Quicken Loans Arena, the Cleveland Cavaliers were reminded again just how tough life can be without their star.
- Turner leads Notre Dame past Florida State for ACC title
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — Brianna Turner scored 24 points to lead No. 5 Notre Dame to its fourth straight ACC regular season title with a 79-61 win over No. 8 Florida State on Sunday.
- Zlatan Ibrahimovic's double wins League Cup for Man United
LONDON (AP) — Zlatan Ibrahimovic powered in a late header to win the League Cup for Manchester United on Sunday, sealing a 3-2 victory over Southampton after a two-goal lead was thrown away by Jose Mourinho's side.
- Jansrud wins men's super-G title as Fill takes race win
KVITFJELL, Norway (AP) — Norwegian Kjetil Jansrud secured the men's World Cup super-G title on home snow as Peter Fill won Sunday's race.
- Shiffrin storms to combined World Cup race victory
CRANS MONTANA, Switzerland (AP) — A stunning slalom run from Mikaela Shiffrin saw her clinch a first Alpine combined win Sunday to extend her advantage in the overall standings.
- Farah says linking him with 'drug misuse' claims upsetting
LONDON (AP) — Quadruple Olympic champion Mo Farah maintained Sunday that he has always competed cleanly and never broken anti-doping rules, countering any association with "allegations of drug misuse."