1920 -- Man o War wins the 1 5/8-mile Lawrence Realization Stakes at Belmont Park by 100 lengths, the largest winning margin in modern racing history. His time for the race, 2:40 4/5, shatters the world record by 6 4/5 seconds for his fifth record-setting performance of the year.
1932 -- Olin Dutra defeats Frank Walsh in the final round 4 and 3 to win the PGA Championship.
1966 -- The Houston Oilers' defense holds the Denver Broncos to no first downs in a 45-7 rout.
1951 -- Frank Sedgman becomes the first Australian to win the men's singles title in the U.S. Lawn Tennis Association championships, beating Victor Seixas in three sets. Sixteen-year-old Maureen Connolly wins the first of three consecutive women's titles, beating Shirley Fry in three sets.
1983 -- Lynn Dickey of Green Bay completes 27 of 31 passes, including 18 straight, for 333 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Packers in a 41-38 overtime victory over Houston.
1992 -- Jimmy Connors loses to Ivan Lendl, 3-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-0, in his record 115th and final U.S. Open singles match.
1993 -- Mats Wilander beats Mikael Pernfors, 7-6(3), 3-6, 1-6, 7-6(6), 6-4, in a four-hour, one minute match that concludes at 2:26 a.m., the latest-ever conclusion of a U.S. Open match.
1994 -- Fu Mingxia of China becomes the first woman to win consecutive highboard world titles, beating countrywoman Chi Bin in Rome.
1994 -- Dan Marino of the Miami Dolphins becomes the second quarterback with 300 touchdown passes by throwing for five scores in a 39-35 victory over New England.
1998 -- The New York Yankees reach 100 wins on the earliest date in major league history -- five days before the 1906 Chicago Cubs and 1954 Cleveland Indians -- with an 11-6 victory over the Chicago White Sox. The '06 Cubs set the major league record for fewest games to reach 100 victories (132).
2002 -- Argentina pulls off a victory that until recently was considered nearly impossible, defeating the United States 87-80 in the World Basketball Championships at Indianapolis. It's the first loss for a U.S. team in 59 games since the Americans began sending NBA players to international tournaments in 1992.
2003 -- A "four-day" match is completed at the U.S. Open. Francesca Schiavone completes a 6-7 (5), 7-5, 6-2 victory over Ai Sugiyama. The fourth-round match began on Monday, Sept. 1, in Louis Armstrong Stadium and finally concluded on Court 10 after the two players went on and off the courts seven times during four days of rain at the USTA National Tennis Center.
2010 -- DeMarco Murray's career-best 218 yards rushing leads Oklahoma to a 31-24 victory and the 800th win in the program's history. The Sooners are the seventh Division I school to reach that mark.
2010 -- The crowd of 113,090 at the Big House for Michigan's 30-10 win over Connecticut is the largest for a football game in the United States. Denard Robinson dashes for 197 yards, setting a Michigan record for a quarterback, and throws for 186 more.
2010 -- Andy Dalton becomes the winningest quarterback in TCU history, running for two TDs and throwing for another as the No. 6 Horned Frogs beat Oregon State 30-21. His 30th win moves him past "Slingin' Sammy" Baugh, who had held the mark alone since the mid-1930s.
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