Back in Week 8, Albert Breer of the MMQB wrote about how the Patriots were holding back early in the season, saving both their players and possibly key elements of their playbook for more important games later in the season.
The 2018 Baseball Hall of Fame ballot will include some interesting new names and cases, such as Chipper Jones and Jim Thome. Former Minnesota Twins and New York Mets left-hander Johan Santana is also currently slated to be among that group. As we first learned in November and FanRag Sports’ Jon Heyman reminded us Friday, Santana is working out again in hopes of making a comeback in 2017. Johan Santana is part of a strong crop of newcomers on next year's HoF ballot.
Duke’s Grayson Allen got beat up pretty good in the first half against Miami. First he got smacked in the face going up for a rebound, and was bleeding from the side of his right eye. Then, on the final play of the half, Allen fouled a Miami player going for another rebound.