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These Wolverines and Cowboys helped college football regain some treasured nuttiness
After a nutty weekend, apparently six teams remain viable for the College Football Playoff.
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Live updates: NFL Week 12 scores and highlights
Week 12 of the NFL season features the Titans vs. the Patriots and the Rams vs. the Packers. Follow along for live updates.
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Michael Vick found a future on TV, but his past is still chasing
Twenty years after becoming the first Black quarterback drafted No. 1, Vick spends Sundays talking about a league now dominated by Black QBs. But he still can’t escape his role in a deadly dog-fighting ring.
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Wizards make it two wins in as many nights with a rare victory over the Mavericks
A hot start from Bradley Beal and late help from Kyle Kuzma and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope gave the Wizards a 120-114 victory.
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Alabama escapes Iron Bowl with playoff hopes intact (college football winners and losers)
The Crimson Tide gets a late touchdown and wins in quadruple overtime against Auburn.
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Virginia Tech caps a chaotic regular season with a cathartic victory over Virginia
The Hokies won for interim coach J.C. Price to secure bowl eligibility and hand the Cavaliers their fourth straight loss.
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No. 2 Maryland finds no answers against No. 7 Stanford for rare back-to-back losses
The Maryland women have a rare losing streak after Saturday's 86-67 loss in the Bahamas.
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Navy beats Temple handily, turns its attention to Army
The Midshipmen will have some momentum heading into their biggest game of the season.
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With a dominant defense, Wise quiets C.H. Flowers and qualifies for another state title game
The Pumas forced four turnovers in a 28-6 win in the Maryland 4A state semifinal Saturday in Upper Marlboro.
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Battlefield keeps its perfect season alive by shutting down Freedom-Woodbridge region final
The Bobcats are headed to Oscar Smith for a state semifinal matchup after winning the Class 6 Region B final, 24-7
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Michigan finally slays the Buckeye beast and earns a spot in the Big Ten title game
The Wolverines knock off Ohio State for the first time since 2011.
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Maryland is bowl eligible for the first time since 2016 after a 40-16 victory over Rutgers
Maryland impressed early and showed poise late for a 40-16 victory that let the Terps finish the regular season at 6-6.
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Maryland can’t keep up in a physical 63-55 loss to Louisville in the Bahamas
The Terrapins get bullied on the boards and their offense goes quiet.
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Washington expects Curtis Samuel, Logan Thomas to return Monday night vs. Seahawks
Wide receiver Curtis Samuel has battled a groin injury since OTAs and has played in just two games. Tight end Logan Thomas has been out since suffering a hamstring injury in Week 4.
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Lars Eller ‘close’ to playing after missing six games due to coronavius
Capitals Coach Peter Laviolette said he’s “hoping” that Eller can play on Sunday at Carolina.
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Franchise quarterbacks have built a high standard that they’re failing to meet this season
The Cowboys' Dak Prescott has joined Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes as quarterbacks who are experiencing unusual struggles.
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Mets, new GM Billy Eppler, go on Black Friday spending spree
The Mets agree to deals with veterans Eduardo Escobar, Mark Canha and Starling Marte.
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Before Ahmaud Arbery became a symbol, he was a teammate and a friend
According to a longtime buddy, Arbery embodied a quality we credit sports with providing us for life: Friendship.
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Which prospects could most influence the Nationals’ rebuild?
Pitchers Cade Cavalli, Jackson Rutledge and Cole Henry headlined a short list provided by general manager Mike Rizzo.
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What to watch in NFL Week 12: Can we find some clarity among this parity?
No team has emerged as truly elite this season, and the parity has led to surprising results on a weekly basis.
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The Olympic boycott movement that failed
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This time, Wizards survive against a young team in the Thunder
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Quince Orchard’s defense delivers as Cougars top Northwest, 14-13, in Maryland 4A semifinal
Quince Orchard avenged a 2019 semifinal loss to Northwest and will now play either Wise or C.H. Flowers in the state final.
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A go-ahead touchdown pass with 16 seconds remaining sends Douglass to the Maryland 2A final
Senior Jaxon Sutton caught a 25-yard fade in the corner of the end zone as the Eagles outlasted the Scorpions in a physical, run-heavy game.
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Alex Ovechkin earns a special fist bump for his hat trick as the Capitals beat the Panthers
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Starter mentality: Despite injuries, Washington’s offensive line has been one of its deepest and strongest units
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Broad Run flips the narrative, shuts out Tuscarora for Class 4 Region C title
Brett Griffis ran for four touchdowns as the Spartans earned the third state semifinal appearance in program history.
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