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No. 25 Alabama squeaks by Texas-Arlington (Nov 21, 2017)


TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) Collin Sexton scored 29 points and No. 25 Alabama beat UT-Arlington 77-76 in a come-from-behind victory Tuesday night. The Crimson Tide (4-0) trailed the entire first half and took their first lead with 12 minutes remaining. Article continues below … UT-Arlington (2-1) relied on Kevin Hervey offensively. …

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KU hits school-record 19 3s in 114-71 win over Texas Southern


LAWRENCE, Kan. — Svi Mykhailiuk scored 21 points, Udoka Azubuike added 20 and No. 3 Kansas cruised to a resounding 114-71 victory over Texas Southern on Tuesday night in the Jayhawks’ first game of the Hoophall Miami Invitational. Lagerald Vick, Devonte’ Graham and Marcus Garrett all finished with a double-double …

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K-State QB Ertz to have season-ending knee surgery


MANHATTAN, Kan. — Kansas State quarterback Jesse Ertz will need surgery on his ailing knee and miss the remainder of the season, while backup Alex Delton remains sidelined after sustaining two concussions. Wildcats coach Bill Snyder said it’s possible Delton could return for a bowl game. That means the Wildcats, …

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Michigan State's goal: 3-9 to 9-3


EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) Michigan State is heading to a bowl regardless of this weekend’s result, so the Spartans have to look for other reasons to stay motivated. ”Coach D’s been saying all week: `Flip it.’ That’s been his thing,” linebacker Chris Frey said. What Frey was referring to Tuesday …

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Keenum dodging sacks with help from revamped Vikings line


EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — Case Keenum dropped back to pass for Minnesota in the first quarter against Cleveland. He faked a short throw to his right to running back Jerick McKinnon before stepping up in the pocket with hope for a bigger play. Keenum kept moving forward with his receivers …

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Revamped Skins defense ranks 31st in points allowed in NFL


ASHBURN, Va. (AP) So much for that offseason overhaul of the Washington Redskins defense, a unit that even cornerback Josh Norman acknowledged after a recent game played like ”trash.” They fired their old defensive coordinator. They spent first-, second- and third-round draft picks on that side of the ball. They …

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Competition, expense bring curtain down on Alaska Shootout


ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) Four decades ago, Alaska Anchorage head basketball coach Bob Rachal was looking to promote the program, and while rubbing shoulders with coaches from major programs at the Final Four, he found a way. The NCAA wanted a presence in all 50 states and had created a rule …

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