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Quarterback Tim Tebow #15 of the Denver Broncos walks off the field after winning in overtime against the Chicago Bears at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on December 11, 2011 in Denver, Colorado. The Broncos defeated the Bears 13-10 in overtime.

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  • Final 2016 College Football Bowl Projections

    What a wild championship weekend that was. While it was fun to watch Penn State pull of a thriller against Wisconsin and see Virginia Tech threaten Clemson, the results of the final week of the regular season caused a few headaches for the College Football Playoff Selection Committee. How will everything shake out? Outside of Alabama claiming the No. 1 seed in the playoff and Western Michigan securing the Group of Five bid, things seem up in the air until the committee announces their final set of rankings on Sunday afternoon. With all that in mind, CFTalk decided to peer into our crystal ball and see which teams wind up in certain bowl games prior to the official announcement. Running through

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  • Gronk's post-surgery report: 'Dance floor tomorrow night, here I come'

    Gronkowski has suffered a range of injuries this season, and the herniated disc that required surgery was perhaps the final straw for 2016. Getting out on the dance floor is one thing, going across the middle against the Raiders defense quite another. Without Gronkowski, the Patriots now lack their most significant weapon, and the AFC race is now wide open.

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  • Chelsea come back from halftime deficit to defeat Man City

    After following behind by a goal in the first half, Chelsea scored three goals in the second half to beat Man City and strengthen its position at the top of the table.

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  • Hot Stove Digest: Rich Hill expected to re-sign with Dodgers

    COMING BACK: Though a deal is not yet complete, multiple reports on Saturday suggested that the Los Angeles Dodgers were on the verge of re-signing left-hander Rich Hill. MLB Network’s Peter Gammons was the first to report that at least one rival executive believed that Hill and the Dodgers were in agreement on a three-year deal worth over $40 million. FanRag Sports’ Jon Heyman added that while no deal is confirmed, the known competition for Hill had reportedly moved on, leaving the door open for a deal to be completed soon. Rich Hill seems pumped up at the thought of returning to the Dodgers.

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  • LeBron James, after three Cavs straight losses: 'We've got to get out of the honeymoon stage'

    LeBron James and Dwyane Wade make their way into work. The Cleveland Cavaliers star entered Friday night’s game with the Chicago Bulls by cashing in on a World Series bet made with pal Dwyane Wade, walking into Chicago’s United Center while wearing a Chicago Cubs uniform at the behest of Cub-fan Wade, after James’ Cleveland team lost in seven games to the Cubs in the World Series (note: neither of these players really roots for either of those teams).

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  • Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain makes it 4-1 for Arsenal

    Arsenal's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain sends a curling shot from the top of the box and scores to give his side a 4-1 lead over West Ham.

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  • Dale Earnhardt Jr. wins 14th consecutive Most Popular Driver Award

    Not that there has ever been any doubt, but Dale Earnhardt Jr. continues to be NASCAR’s most popular driver. Earnhardt accepted his 14th consecutive NMPA Sprint Most Popular Driver award Friday night during the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards in Las Vegas. The award is determined solely by fans and Earnhardt has won the title every year since 2003. Bill Elliott is the last driver not named Earnhardt to win the award and he continues to hold the record with 16. “I try not to think about winning or losing the Most Popular Driver Award, it’s a bit of a gift,” Earnhardt told the media after accepting the award. “Whether we win the award or not, we get a lot of great support from the fans all season

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  • Report: Peyton Manning invited to join Augusta National Golf Club

    Peyton Manning carries a 4.4 USGA handicap index. Retired NFL quarterback Peyton Manning is apparently set to become a member of Augusta National Golf Club, home of the Masters, according to a report from Austin Rhodes of the Augusta-area radio station, WGAC. Augusta National does not (and is under no obligation to) discuss membership matters, so it’s not like there will be confirmation or denial.

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  • Angels’ Pujols has foot surgery, could be sidelined 4 months

    ANAHEIM, Calif. — Los Angeles Angels slugger Albert Pujols had surgery on his right foot Friday, possibly sidelining him past opening day. Angels general manager Billy Eppler said Pujols had the procedure Friday in North Carolina to release his plantar fascia, the ligament connecting the heel to the toes. The three-time NL MVP was bothered by plantar fasciitis repeatedly during the season, but played through the pain in arguably the strongest year of his half-decade with the Angels. Eppler said the surgery typically prevents players from participating in baseball activities for three months, along with another month before they’re ready to resume playing in games. Opening day for Los Angeles

  • Coyotes' Mike Smith sets franchise record with 58 saves in loss

    Arizona Coyotes goalie Mike Smith picks up his stick after giving up the game-winning goal to Columbus Blue Jackets center Sam Gagner during the shootout of an NHL hockey game Saturday, Dec. 3, 2016, in Glendale, Ariz. The Blue Jackets defeated the Coyotes 3-2 in a shootout. Saturday’s game against the Columbus Blue Jackets was one to remember but also one to forget for Arizona Coyotes netminder Mike Smith. The Coyotes dropped their third straight with a 3-2 shootout loss, but Smith was outstanding as he made a franchise record 58 saves on the night, including 22 in the third period.

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  • Will Andrew Luck shine in his return?

    Yahoo Sports' Fantasy Football Live crew looks ahead to Monday night's Colts vs. Jets meeting in New York.

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  • Emre Can puts Liverpool up two again with precise strike

    Liverpool's Emre Can gets the ball at the top of the box and sends a first time shot into the back of the net to give his side a 3-1 lead over Bournemouth.

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  • Brian Cashman's Winter Meetings warm up is the ultimate adrenaline rush

    Brian Cashman is set to rappel down a 22-story building on the eve of the Winter Meetings. New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman is continuing a tradition unlike any other in baseball. As he’s done each of the last six years, Cashman will spend the night before baseball’s Winter Meetings rappelling down the side of the 22-story Landmark Building in Stamford, Conn.

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  • Islanders scratchpad: Thoughts from the week that was

    Some thoughts from the week that was for the New York Islanders, as they rang up their first three-game winning streak of the season and collected six must have points to remain in the chase for a playoff spot in 2016-17. It wasn't enough to lift them out of the Metropolitan division basement or the bottom of the Eastern conference but the Islanders were impressive in collecting six points this week, two from high quality opponents. That's not to say the Flames are a pushover by any means, but they were exhausted at the end of their six-game road trip and coming off a back to back. The wins over the Penguins and Capitals were exactly what this team needed at this stage to avoid a complete collapse.

  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic chips Maarten Stekelenburg to give Man United the lead

    Everton goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg comes off his line to try to get the ball, but Manchester United's Zlatan Ibrahimovic chips Stekelenburg and does just enough to score to give his side a 1-0 lead.

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  • Nico Rosberg announces retirement from F1 with immediate effect

    Nico Rosberg has announced his retirement from Formula 1 with immediate effect following his World Championship victory in Abu Dhabi last weekend. Rosberg, 31, edged out Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton for his maiden F1 title by five points through the 2016 season, emulating his father, Keke, who won the title in 1982. Rosberg signed a new contract with Mercedes last spring, but ahead of Friday’s FIA prizegiving in Vienna, the German announced in a press conference that he would be retiring from F1 with immediate effect. “When I won the race in Suzuka, from the moment when the destiny of the title was in my own hands, the big pressure started and I began to think about ending my racing career if I became World Champion,” Rosberg wrote on his Facebook page after the announcement was made.

  • Astros continue aggressive offseason with signing of Carlos Beltran

    Veteran Carlos Beltran is staying in Texas, but headed to Houston. The addition of Beltran comes on the heels of Houston acquiring catcher Brian McCann in a trade with the New York Yankees and signing Josh Reddick to a four-year contract.

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  • LaMarcus Aldridge, Manu Ginobili hustling saves lead to Spurs bucket (VIDEO)

    That’s about the most Spurs play ever. During the third quarter of San Antonio’s win over Washington Friday night, LaMarcus Aldridge saved the ball from going out-of-bounds on the baseline, he threw it out high to Manu Ginobili, who had to leap and save it from going into the backcourt. Two hustle plays. From there the Spurs whipped the ball around the perimeter, and it ended up back to Aldridge on the baseline, where he nailed the 12-foot jumper. Eventually, the Spurs would get a Kawhi Leonard jumper to give them the victory.

  • Alex Radulov bloodied by Logan Couture high stick (Video)

    Montreal Canadiens forward Alex Radulov was bloodied after he took a high stick from San Jose Sharks forward Logan Couture late in their Friday game. During an offensive zone opportunity for the Habs, Couture got his stick up under Radulov’s visor. The

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  • Watch 'Fantasy Football Live' to help land a playoff spot in Week 13

    With the playoffs looming, the “Fantasy Football Live” crew has the answers for all your roster needs. Which top-flight receiver is most likely to put up a goose egg? What should you expect from Derek Carr, Russell Wilson, Cam Newton and Andrew Luck in

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  • Washington should be upset about DeSean Jackson report

    As the Eagles make a last-ditch effort to pull themselves back into the NFC wild-card race, they need to climb over several teams. At a minimum, they need to get past the third-place team in their division: Washington. And now that Washington receiver DeSean Jackson knows that the Eagles are likely to make a strong push to sign him in free agency, Jackson will have that reality bouncing around inside his head during the final five games of the regular season. Which should make Washington upset about the report. It’s hard to know with certainty the impact this information will have on Jackson. Will he go out and play even harder in order to attract others to the table? Or will he be more inclined

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  • Adam Jones didn't like Orioles farewell gift to David Ortiz

    Orioles’ star Adam Jones presents David Ortiz with a dugout phone, which Ortiz smashed during a game in 2013. The David Ortiz farewell tour was filled with many memorable moments. Prior to his final game at Camden Yards, on Sept. 21, the Orioles rolled out the red carpet, showed highlights of Ortiz mashing home runs against the mutual rival New York Yankees, and then presented him with the actual visitor’s dugout phone he once destroyed during an in-game meltdown.

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  • Report: Islanders ownership searching for new face to head hockey operations

    Thursday night's game against Washington had all the makings of a letdown. The Islanders were coming off a hard-fought, last-second win against the Penguins. They had to travel to the nation's capital. Thomas Greiss, who has emerged as the team's number one goaltender, wasn't even dressed. They had skated hard and played an impressive two periods against the Capitals. But we were all bracing for the inevitable in a scoreless third period, and it came just 37 seconds in: the power play opportunity that would inevitably break New York's back. After the Isles had killed off their first four chances down a man, two of which came late in the second period, Johnny Boychuk swatted a puck in the air

  • Christian Benteke scores his second to add to Crystal Palace's lead

    Crystal Palace's Christian Benteke gets on the end of a low cross and scores on an open goal to give his side a 3-0 lead over Southampton.

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  • Rusty Wallace Is Back at Daytona -- In a Ferrari

    The first NASCAR race I covered was the last race of 1989, where Rusty Wallace won his only NASCAR Sprint Cup championship. Wallace is racing in the Trofeo Pirelli class, driving for the Risi Competizione of Houston. The big race is Sunday, but so far, Wallace is showing a lot of improvement, considering the fact that he has only one appearance, in 2006, in the Rolex 24 at Daytona, and that car blowed up, so he got little time behind the wheel then.

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