Joey Logano won the 5-Hour Energy 200, a NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Dover International Speedway in Delaware.

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Joey Logano won Saturday’s 5-Hour Energy 200, a NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Dover International Speedway in Delaware.

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Logano has won the last three Nationwide events at the Dover track. He won for Penske Racing; the previous two were for the Joe Gibbs Racing team. Logano, 23, has 19 victories in 114 career starts in NASCAR’s second-tier series.

Logano took two tires on a pit stop rather than four, was out front for a restart with 34 laps left and led the rest of the way. Kasey Kahne of Enumclaw finished sixth of 40; he led once for 14 laps.

It was Logano’s first Nationwide victory of the season. He won nine times last year.

Conway triumphs

Mike Conway dominated the first of the weekend’s two Detroit Grand Prix IndyCar Series races, finishing nearly 13 seconds ahead of defending series champion Ryan Hunter-Reay.

Conway’s margin of victory set a race record, surpassing the 12.2-second cushion 1999 winner Dario Franchitti had over Paul Tracy. Conway made team owner Dale Coyne seem like the smartest guy in the Motor City. Conway’s only other IndyCar victory was in 2011 in Long Beach, Calif.

Coyne picked Conway to drive one of the team’s two cars this weekend. During last Sunday’s Indy 500, Conway helped work on his father’s vegetable garden in England.

NFL

Reports: 49ers to add

Mangini to staff

The San Francisco 49ers have agreed to terms with Eric Mangini to be an offensive consultant for the NFC champions, according to multiple media reports.

The ex-Cleveland Browns and New York Jets coach will work on coach Jim Harbaugh’s staff for the 49ers, league sources said.

Mangini, 42, has been working as an analyst with ESPN since August 2011.

Steeler is stabbed

Steelers offensive tackle Mike Adams is hospitalized after being stabbed during an apparent robbery attempt in Pittsburgh.

Agent Eric Metz said Adams, 23, was stabbed in the stomach while trying to stop three or four men from stealing his truck at his home.

The 6-foot-7, 323-pound Adams had surgery on his stomach and left forearm and was told no vital organs were affected.

Adams tweeted: “I had an angel lookin out for me! “

Robiskie is promoted

Wide-receivers coach Terry Robiskie of the Atlanta Falcons has been promoted to assistant head coach on Mike Smith’s staff.

Swimming

Adrian sets records

Olympic standout Nathan Adrian of Bremerton set his second meet record in two days when he won the 50-meter freestyle in 21.76 seconds at the Santa Clara Grand Prix in California. He won the 100 free in 48.08 Friday.

Elsewhere

• Illinois upset top-ranked California on the second extra hole of the deciding match to reach the final of the NCAA men’s golf championships in Milton, Ga.

The 15th-seeded Illini will meet second-seeded Alabama in the final Sunday.

Illinois’ Thomas Pieters clinched a 1-up victory on the 20th hole with a par. Cal’s Max Homa, the tournament medalist, made a bogey when his 8-foot par putt missed — giving Illinois a 3-2 victory.

Alabama beat host Georgia Tech 3-0-2 in the other semifinal.

• Oregon will have to win three games in a row to advance and host a super regional in the NCAA baseball tournament.

The Ducks lost 1-0 and were limited to two hits by Rice pitcher Jordan Stephens, who struck out 11. Oregon will play San Francisco on Sunday in the double-elimination regional.

• Arkansas athletic director Jeff Long responded to what he called “unfounded and slanderous remarks” by Ohio State President Gordon Gee about Razorbacks football coach Bret Bielema.

Long issued a statement in which he recognized Gee’s apology to ex-Wisconsin coach Bielema, who was described as a “thug” by Gee in a meeting of Ohio State’s Athletic Council in December. Long said the apology “does not erase the unwarranted attack on Bret’s character.”

Ruler Of The World, a 7-1 shot, beat Libertarian by 1 ½ lengths to win the $2.13 million Epsom Derby in England.

Ruler Of The World, trained by Aidan O’Brien and ridden by Ryan Moore, ran about 1 ½ miles on turf in 2 minutes, 39.06 seconds. The colt is 3 for 3 in his career.

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