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    Gordon rushes for 200 yards, 2 TDs as No. 14 Wisconsin holds off Iowa 26-24

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  • No. 1 Florida State Beats Boston College 20-17

    No. 1 Florida St beats Boston College 20-17 on Roberto Aguayo field goal with 3 seconds left

  • Arkansas Defense Shuts Down Ole Miss in 30-0 Win

    Arkansas forces 6 turnovers on way to shutting down Ole Miss for 30-0 win

  • Suzy Whaley Becomes 1st Female Officer at PGA

    PGA elects Suzy Whaley as 1st female officer at annual meeting; in line for president in 2018

  • Granada Clings to 1-Shot Lead at LPGA Finale

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  • Oklahoma's Perine Runs for Record 427 Yards

    Perine sets major college rushing record with 427 yards, No. 23 Oklahoma routs Kansas 44-7

  • Marshall's Return Lifts Buckeyes by Hoosiers 42-27

    Jalin Marshall's 4 second-half TDs help No. 7 Ohio State avoid Indiana's upset bid, 42-27

  • Swiss Lead France 2-1 in Davis Cup Final

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  • Charles Woodson was ready to fight

    ALAMEDA, Calif. -- Veteran safety Charles Woodson has been one of the Oakland Raiders' most consistent defensive players this season and has been a model of professionalism on and off the field. On Thursday night, the 38-year-old found himself in the unenviable position of nearly coming to blows with teammate Sio Moore after the second-year linebacker cost the team a timeout while dancing and celebrating a sack late in the game. Moore's celebration went far beyond the normal jump-up-and-prance-around routine most players do when making a big play. After dropping Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith for a 7-yard loss at Kansas City's 48-yard line, Moore sprinted down inside the 10-yard line and began to dance and gyrate while the crowd cheered. Rookie linebacker Khalil Mack joined in and repeatedly slapped hands with Moore, then two other Oakland players came running in to keep the party going. The only problem was that while the Raiders...

  • Bills Back on Practice Field at Lions' Facility

    Bills return to practice field at Lions' facility after snow forces relocation to Detroit area

  • NFL Will Hear Adrian Peterson's Appeal Dec. 2

    NFL will hear Adrian Peterson's appeal of his suspension on Dec. 2

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  • Team Pacquiao focused on knockout

    As the great Manny Pacquiao, boxing's only eight-division titleholder and a reigning welterweight titlist, was making his historic march up the scale, he was knocking almost everyone out. Because of those eye-catching knockouts, including devastating performances against Miguel Cotto, Oscar De La Hoya, Ricky Hatton, Marco Antonio Barrera, Erik Morales and David Diaz, Pacquiao made history and rocketed to the top of the pound-for-pound list, as he and Floyd Mayweather Jr. were for years 1-2 in whichever order one preferred. He also became an international icon. This was especially true in his beloved home country of the Philippines, where he now serves as a congressman in his second job to boxing. While Pacquiao remains one of the best in boxing, his knockout power has vanished. In fact, since a 12th-round knockout of Cotto in November 2009 to win a welterweight title for the first time, Pacquiao has not knocked anyone out in his past eight fights. The...

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