The 50-year old driver wins his fifth race of the year, but his first race at the New Hampshire track.
Former Missouri pitcher Aaron Crow and the Kansas City Royals agreed to a three-year major league contract on Thursday.
David Zabriskie wins Tour of Missouri after holding on to 30-second lead from the beginning of the seventh and final stage in Kansas City. Gustav Larsson and Marco Pinotti placed second and third, respectively.
The 10-race Chase for NASCAR's Sprint Cup Championship begins next weekend in New Hampshire.
Carl Edwards finished 37th. The 12-driver playoff field will be finalized Saturday night.
Chase Daniel got added to the Saints' practice squad on Sunday after getting cut by the Redskins on Saturday
Chase Daniel, announced via Twitter on Saturday that he was one of the Redskins' final roster cuts, and that he might get a place on the practice squad.
Former Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel completed 8 of 16 passes for 85 yards and a touchdown Thursday night in the Washington Redskins' preseason loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, but he also gave up a key fumble.
As Missouri prepares for the arrival of some of the world's top cyclists, some of the city's biking enthusiasts look for ways to participate in the race.
Melissa Hood of Columbia and her horse Watch This Way captured the reining title on Tuesday at the American Quarter Horse Association's Bayer Select World Championship Show in Amarillo, Texas.
The win is Edwards' first career road win and the first Nationwide road triumph for Roush Fenway Racing.
The Kansas City ace leads the majors with three shutouts and six complete games.
The extent of quarterback Matt Cassel's injury is unclear.
After missing two weeks with a pinky injury, the St. Louis quarterback through passes in a side session.
The former Missouri quarterback hopes his performance earns him a spot on an NFL roster.
The free safety has proved he is among the top at his position in the NFL.
Both drivers helped their chances of making the 12-driver Chase field.
Kyle Gibson, Missouri's ace last season, has signed with Minnesota for a deal worth $1.85 million.
Carl Edwards finishes the race in fourth place.
Former Missouri offensive coordinator aims to raise the Cowboys' competitive level.