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Dallas and Chicago are trying to keep pace in the NFC playoff chase, making tonight's showdown critical for both teams.
Florida State-Auburn was a no-brainer. But why did the Sugar select Oklahoma? Clemson to the Orange? It's simple, really.
Record performances and blizzard-like conditions made Week 14 one for the ages. But it wasn't all fun and games.
There already has been a flurry of MLB offseason deals. What's next? Expect more at the winter meetings.
Perhaps Kobe Bryant can be his old self some day, but his debut against Toronto showed he's a long way off.
Week 14 of the NFL was filled with wacky finishes that shook up the playoff race. Which teams benefited the most?
49ers edge Seattle, but offense still work-in-progress
The final BCS standings went out without controversy, but if we had a playoff in place it would've been tricky.
It was among the most stubborn records in NFL history, set miraculously 43 years ago by a 23-year-old kid with no toes on his right foot, and then tied three times but never broken. On the second Sunday in November of 1970, Tom Dempsey kicked a 63-yard field goal, seven yards longer than anyone had previously made, to give the New Orleans Saints a 19-17 victory over the Detroit Lions. A guy his teammates lovingly called Stumpy (for not just his sawed-off kicking foot, but for his withered, fingerless right arm) celebrated by drinking Dixie Beer in the team's subterranean locker room at long-since-demolished Tulane Stadium. He hadn't known about the old record, and he sure didn't expect this one to last so long.