“We got really lucky to win the first set,” Mike Bryan said. “We had to play some of our greatest tennis to pull it out.” Mike Bryan started the comeback in the tie-breaker with a pair of return winners, while Bob Bryan capped the rally with an ace in tying the break at six. “I found my serve when I needed it,” Bob Bryan said. This was the Bryans’ fourth Tennis Channel Open title. FOOTBALL: Two Illinois football players were released on bond after being charged with obstructing justice and possessing stolen property. Jody Ellis and Derrick McPhearson posted $2,500 bail and were released from the Champaign (Ill.) County Jail on Saturday, Sgt. Rhonda Tarr said. Arkansas football coach Houston Nutt and his mother escaped injury when the landing gear on their plane collapsed during an emergency landing in Fayetteville, Ark. BOXING: Victor Burgos suffered a serious brain injury during his fight against flyweight champion Vic Darchinyan on Saturday at Home Depot Center in Carson and had surgery to relieve pressure from a blood clot on his brain, promoter Gary Shaw said Sunday. After referee Jon Schorle stopped the fight at 1:27 of the final round, Burgos began to slip close to unconsciousness, the ringside physician, Dr. Paul Wallace, said. Burgos was transported to Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, where he underw ent surgery late Saturday. Top-seeded brothers Bob and Mike Bryan successfully defended their Tennis Channel Open doubles title Sunday in Las Vegas, winning their 12th straight match at the event with a 7-6 (6), 6-2 victory over No. 2 Jonathan Erlich and Andy Ram. The Camarillo-based Bryan twins, ranked No. 1 in the ATP, trailed 5-1 in the opening set tie-breaker before rallying to score seven of the next eight points. – Robert Morales 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!