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UCLA reportedly hires Paul Rhoads as defensive backs coach

Navy (6-6) came within mere feet of avoiding a second-straight loss to Army (9-3), but a last-second field goal fell just shy of crossing the goal post as time expired in a snowy Army-Navy Game in Philadelphia. As Bennett Moehring‘s 48-yard field goal attempt fell short, Army fans rushed the field for the second straight season following a victory over Navy, celebrating a 14-13 victory by making snow angels on the field and singing their alma mater second. Navy quarterback Malcolm Perry rushed for a game-high 250 yards and a touchdown to help Navy take a 13-7 lead into the fourth quarter, but Ahmad Bradshaw and Army’s running game scored the only points in the fourth quarter. Bradshaw’s one-yard touchdown run with 5:10 to play gave Army its first lead since running the opening possession in for a touchdown at the start o the game.

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IU on Sunday recognized its seniors and several others for their contributions to its 2017 season during its end-of-season team banquet at the Henke Hall of Champions. Senior linebacker Tegray Scales won the Anthony Thompson MVP award, becoming the first Hoosier to earn the distinction in back-to-back seasons since former IU linebacker Jammie Kirlew. Redshirt senior quarterback Richard Lagow won Indiana's inaugural L.E.O. (Love Each Other0 Award. Head coach Tom Allen also recognized Indiana's captains - Scales, Lagow, senior defensive end Greg Gooch and redshirt junior offensive lineman Wes Martin. Here is the complete list award winners from Sunday's banquet: Offensive Newcomer of the Year:

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Skip Bayless still angry Alabama made Playoff over Ohio State

It must be tiring to be this salty over the College Football Playoff selection committee's final vote. Fox Sports 1 analyst Skip Bayless revealed his dream national championship matchup Saturday on Twitter shortly after Baker Mayfield won this season's Heisman Trophy going away. Bayless believes Ohio State should've been the fourth team and hopes Mayfield beats Alabama in the final to prove his point. His flag-planting stance goes back to Mayfield's post-game antics after winning at Ohio State in September. Earlier this month, Bayless pointed to Alabama's weak schedule and lack of quality wins as primary reasons the Crimson Tide should've been left out of the final four. He also placed Ohio State's

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SEE IT Bills-Colts playing in whiteout conditions in Buffalo

Welcome to Buffalo. The Colts and Bills are playing in near whiteout conditions Sunday afternoon at New Era Field. Considering the game features a matchup of mediocre (the 6-6 Bills) vs. bad (the 3-9 Colts), the snow might be the best thing about this battle. According to our friends at the Buffalo News

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Giants tie up Cowboys 3-3 as Eli Manning leads them on long drive

Perhaps inspired by the Army-Navy game Saturday, the Cowboys and Giants each had only one possession in the first quarter. Neither scored a touchdown. The Cowboys took the opening kickoff and used up 7:46 in going 73 yards in 16 plays. They converted two of three third-down plays, but the Cowboys stalled

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