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Schlabach: LSU gets it right ... more or Les

Les Miles was carried off the field Saturday night. A last ride? Hardly. Despite weeks of speculation, his position as LSU head coach is safe.

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Warriors keep rolling, rout Kings to get to 18-0

Stephen Curry took the fourth quarter off after scoring 19 points in 30 minutes Saturday night in the Warriors' 18th straight victory to start the season.

GW FG keeps Cardinal's slim playoff hopes alive (0:59)
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Magical Murray clinches Davis Cup for Great Britain

A superb performance from the Scot against David Goffin seals a 3-1 win in the final as Leon Smith's side become the first British winners of tennis' premier team tournament since 1936.

Fury beats Klitschko by decision to become new heavyweight champ (0:40)
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Top 10 third basemen in MLB

Buster Olney's positional rankings series moves to third base, where Josh Donaldson tops the list; plus a look at some tough decisions for the Pirates.

LeBron sinks game-winning shot to beat Nets (0:27)


Monmouth knocks off USC, bench parties

Micah Seaborn helped seal the Hawks' win with this hoop as the Trojans suffered their second loss of the season 83-73. Monmouth's bench was enjoying every moment of it.


Rookie QB besting the vet in Indy

Jameis Winston, 21, tossed his first TD of the game right before half to put the Bucs up 12-6 over the Colts. Matt Hasselbeck, 40, is 12-for-22 with 140 yards for Indianapolis. Follow live

Rafael Ramos ESPN Deportes 

#LiguillaDePolémica Un gol en fuera de lugar y un penalti (mano de Alcoba), no marcado, tienen a Pumas a 20 minutos de pasar a Semifinales. Gana 1-0. Global 1-1. El reglamento lo clasifica.

Gates gets open again

Just 1:05 after catching his first touchdown of the game, Antonio Gates got free in the end zone for another one. Gates has four touchdowns this year -- two in his first game of the season and two today. The Chargers lead the Jaguars 21-9. Follow live

Brees' pursuit of Marino off to slow start

Saints QB Drew Brees needs four TD passes today to tie Dan Marino for 3rd on the all-time touchdown pass list. He doesn't have any in the first half as the Saints trail the Texans by 8. Follow live


Monmouth's Jones posterizes defender

Deon Jones right went over USC player to throw down a vicious one-handed dunk.The Hawks hold a slim lead on ESPN2.


ICYMI: Curry makes 3 fall while he free falls

Stephen Curry was headed to the ground, but the ball was destined for the net.


Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

A gutsy call by the Saints to attempt 57-yard field goal and a clutch kick by Kai Forbath to nail it. His previous career high was 50. Texans still lead 14-6, though.

Antonio Gates returns to end zone

The Chargers TE hadn't scored since Oct. 12 vs. the Steelers, but his third TD of the season gives the Chargers a 14-9 lead over the Jaguars late in the first half. Follow live

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills CB Ronald Darby is back in the game about 2 minutes after press box announcement that he was in concussion protocol.

Matthew Berry @MatthewBerryTMR

Given how well KC D has played & how poor BUF's passing O has been recently (plus Tyrod hurt - didn't practice much)..this is shocking

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Sammy Watkins has six catches for 158 yards and two touchdowns through almost one half here in Kansas City. QB Tyrod Taylor throwing into double coverage without issue.

Hopkins sets record with 80th catch

DeAndre Hopkins reached the 80-catch mark today vs. the Saints, which is the most by any player 23 or younger through their first 11 team games of a season (via Elias). The Texans lead 14-3. Follow live

ICYMI: Les Miles hits the dab after LSU win

LSU topped Texas A&M and Les Miles will return as head coach. That calls for some dabbing.


Jerry Crasnick ESPN.com MLB Sr. Writer 

The Tigers made the first big free agent move of the winter by signing Jordan Zimmermann to a 5-year, $110 million contract, and it's likely they'll follow up by adding another veteran to slot in behind Justin Verlander, Anibal Sanchez and Zimmermann in the rotation. Doug Fister, who could be looking for a short-term deal to re-establish himself after a rough 2015 season, appears to fit the profile. But he's not the only available option.

Chiefs can't stop Sammy Watkins

Sammy Watkins currently has 137 receiving yards, which sets a career-high in first-half yards for the Bills receiver. The Bills are in the red zone and lead 10-7 late in the second quarter. Follow live


Eifert catches another TD pass

Tyler Eifert scored to give the Bengals a 17-7 lead over the Rams. Eifert has six TD catches in his past four games, and an NFL-leading 12 this season. Follow live

Giants lineman Schwartz fractures leg

The Giants' offensive line, already in shambles, will be without Geoff Schwartz as the team announced he fractured his leg in today's game vs. the Redskins. New York, down 10-0, is already playing without two of its top linemen.

Peterson moves up rushing list

Vikings RB Adrian Peterson has 48 yards rushing today, giving him 11,244 for his career. He passed both Corey Dillon and O.J. Simpson on the NFL's all-time rushing yards list today, moving into 19th place. He needs 109 yards to pass John Riggins. Follow live


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Latest AP Top 10: 1) Clemson 2) Alabama 3) Oklahoma 4) Iowa 5) Michigan St. 6) Ohio St. 7) Stanford 8) UNC 9) Notre Dame 10) Florida St.

Cameron goes crazy after Allen slam

The Blue Devils turned offense into defense after Marshall Plumlee's block led to Grayson Allen's soaring dunk. Duke is running away from Utah State on ESPNU.


Rutgers fires AD, football coach

Rutgers athletic director Julie Hermann and football coach Kyle Flood have been fired, sources tell ESPN's Brett McMurphy. Flood, whose Knights finished the season 4-8, told NJ.com Saturday night: "I fully expect to be the head coach here for a long time." Story