Toyota drivers won 16 of 36 races in 2017. And won the title Sunday night when Martin Truex Jr. beat fellow Toyota driver Kyle Busch for the championship.
Not so long ago it appeared Martin Truex Jr.’s career as a competitive race car driver was done. Truex outlasted Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick and Brad Keselowski to win the 2017 Cup Series championship. In a winner-take-all final race of the season, it ultimately came down to a battle between Truex and
Grier injured the finger diving toward the end zone. He didn't get the TD, either. The ball was fumbled and hit the pylon.
Frost's team is undefeated and he's one of the hottest coaching candidates to move to a Power Five school in 2018.
After the race, Sadler laughably claimed Ryan Preece had cost him a championship. Preece, who was racing for third with Sadler and Byron, did nothing wrong.
Mayfield had a run-in with KU players at the coin toss before the game even started when KU players refused to shake his hand.
Arkansas went for it with 3:18 to go in a 21-21 game. The conversion failed and Mississippi State went on to score a game-winning touchdown.
The NFL QB prospect suffered a shoulder injury last week and didn't start on Saturday vs. Fresno State in what could be his final home game.
The ball shot forward after David Williams fumbled thanks to an inadvertent kick. But the lead didn't last very long. Mississippi State won 28-21.
All four of the drivers competing for a title will start in the top 10. Brad Keselowski starts fifth and Kevin Harvick will start ninth.
Patrick has raced full-time for five seasons in the Cup Series. Her departure is another in a growing list of stars who have left NASCAR in recent years.
The school hasn't been to a bowl game since 1960. But according to a report from an El Paso TV station, it could decline a bowl game a long distance away.
Florida State is 3-6 in 2016 and rescheduled a canceled game with Louisiana-Monroe for Dec. 2 with the hopes of getting to a bowl game.