Joey Logano won his second NASCAR Cup Series race of the season, holding off Kurt Busch and Martin Truex Jr. in overtime Monday in the Firekeepers Casino 400 in Brooklyn, Mich.

Logano had a lead over Truex and Busch with five laps remaining, but Erik Jones went onto the grass, bringing out a caution flag that forced overtime. Logano and Truex were up front on the restart, and Logano pulled ahead and held on.

"As the leader, you're like, 'Ohhhh.' Right?" Logano said of the caution flag. "But the race fan part of me is like, 'Heck yeah, this is going to be a great race for everyone to watch.'"

Truex said Logano got away with cheating.

"He jumped the restart by over a car length," Truex said. "I don't know. I guess they don't enforce those rules anymore. We'll have to remember that for next time."

It was the fifth victory of the season for Team Penske and the third in a row for Ford at Michigan International Speedway.

The race was held Monday after being rained out Sunday.

College baseball

Two more from SEC reach World Series

Auburn and Arkansas posted blowout victories in the deciding games of their super regionals, giving the SEC a record-tying four teams in the eight-team College World Series.

Auburn scored 13 runs in the top of the first and beat host North Carolina 14-7, and host Arkansas beat Mississippi 14-1.

The SEC's Vanderbilt and Mississippi State clinched bids Sunday. The conference also sent four teams to the CWS in 1997, 2004 and 2015; the ACC sent four teams in 2006.

NBA

Guard Parker retires after 18 seasons

Four-time NBA champion Tony Parker announced his retirement after 18 seasons in the NBA.

Parker, 37, played 17 seasons for the San Antonio Spurs and made the postseason every year of his career before joining the Charlotte Hornets last season and missing the playoffs. He was selected to the All-Star team six times.

Pelicans hire Swin Cash

The New Orleans Pelicans hired former WNBA and U.S. national team player Swin Cash to serve as vice president of basketball operations and team development.

Minnesota Scene

Phillips leaving U men's hockey team

The Gophers men's hockey team will be down one more experienced player next season.

Clayton Phillips, a sophomore defenseman this past season, intends to transfer, though his destination is not yet known, a source said. He had 10 points mostly as part of the third defensive pairing this past season, when the Edina product played in 34 of 38 games.

Also, Blake forward Tristan Broz announced his commitment to the Gophers on Twitter. He had 62 points as a sophomore last season.

Around the horn

College basketball: Kansas added Iowa guard Isaiah Moss as a graduate transfer. Moss was a three-year starter for the Hawkeyes, averaging 9.2 points last season. He made 42.1% of his three-pointers.

Crime: Former NFL tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. was convicted of raping a 58-year-old homeless woman in San Diego. A jury was expected to continue to deliberate on two more counts of rape involving a 54-year-old hitchhiker and an unconscious teenage girl in 2003.

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