Romo breaks collarbone…Big Ten rivals sit atop poll…Hamlin wins at Chicagoland…Day dominates

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Dallas Cowboys beat the Eagles 20-10 in Philadelphia on Sunday, but they also lost quarterback Tony Romo to a broken left collarbone that will be re-evaluated on Monday. Romo was knocked out of the game in the third quarter when Jordan Hicks sacked him. Romo suffered a similar injury in Week 7 in 2010 and missed the rest of the season.

UNDATED (AP) — Ohio State and Michigan State of the Big-Ten hold down the top two spots in the new Associated Press Top-25 poll. The Buckeyes picked up 40 of 61 first-place votes after surviving a tough game against Northern Illinois. Michigan State got seven and Mississippi picked up 11 to tie TCU for the No. 3 spot.

JOLIET, Ill. (AP) — Denny Hamlin rallied from last to victory lane at Chicagoland Speedway in the opening race of the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship. Carl Edwards rallied from a speeding penalty to finish second and give JGR and Toyota a 1-2 finish. Third-place finisher Kurt Busch was headed for the win until the final caution was called with 10 laps remaining.

LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) — Jason Day is enjoying a tremendous finish to the 2015 season. The winner of the PGA Championship has won his second FedEx Cup playoff tourney with a six-stroke win over Daniel Berger in the BMW Championship. Day finished 22-under-par.

ST. LEON-ROT, Germany (AP) — After being infuriated by a call they found unsportsmanlike, the Americans staged the biggest comeback in Solheim Cup history to win the trophy back from Europe. Paula Creamer (KREE’-mur) defeated Germany’s Sandra Gal to complete the turnaround and secure a 14½-13½ victory for the United States, which had trailed by four points going into the singles.