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Iowa holds off Nebraska, improves to 12-0

The No. 4 Hawkeyes kept their playoff chase on track with a victory in Lincoln, completing the first perfect regular season in program history. Next up: the Big Ten championship game.

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Navy loses grasp on CFP Group of 5 race

Friday's Navy and Toledo losses will really shake up the Group of 5 picture in the College Football Playoff selection committee's rankings.

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Where will Justin Upton end up signing?

A look at five possible free agent destinations for Justin Upton, yet don't be surprised if Upton provides his own surprise with his decision.

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Brady surprises his kids dressed as a turkey (0:20)
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Murray levels Davis Cup final for Britain

Andy Murray beat Ruben Bemelmans in straight sets to square the Cup final between Great Britain and Belgium at 1, after David Goffin earlier recovered from two sets down to beat Kyle Edmund.


Xavier advances to AdvoCare title game

Trevon Bluiett scores 16 in No. 23 Xavier's 87-77 win over USC. Nikola Jovanovic and Julian Jacobs had 15 points each for the Trojans (5-1).


How did Reilly hold on to this catch?

Somehow Nebraska's Brandon Reilly hauled in this catch with his hands, legs and feet against No. 4 Iowa.


Luck to miss Sunday's game vs. Bucs

Colts QB Andrew Luck will miss his second straight game with a lacerated kidney and partially torn abdominal muscle, coach Chuck Pagano said today. LT Anthony Castonzo will also miss Sunday's game with a sprained right medial collateral ligament for his first missed game since 2011.

Oregon beats Oregon St. in Civil War 52-42

No. 17 Oregon jumped out to a big lead early against Oregon State, but the Beavers ripped off five 2nd-half TDs before their rally eventually fell short. Bralon Addison caught all 3 of Vernon Adams Jr.'s 3 TD passes. Box score


No. 1 Kentucky rolls past USF 84-63

No. 1 Kentucky scored the final 15 points of the first half on the way to beating South Florida 84-63 in the HoopHall Miami Invitational. Jamal Murray had 21 points and Skal Labissiere added 17 points.


No. 3 Michigan State outlasts Boise State

The Spartans advanced to Wooden Legacy semifinals with a 77-67 win over Boise State and will play the winner of Providence-Arizona in Sunday's championship. Denzel Valentine finished with a career-high 32 points, 9 assists and 6 assists. Box score

Iowa keeps undefeated season alive

On the strength of 140 rushing yards and two touchdowns from Jordan Canzeri, No. 4 Iowa improved to 12-0 on the season with a 28-20 victory over Nebraska.


Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Iowa today at Nebraska became the second Big Ten team to win a regular-season league game since 2004 without converting a third down, per ESPN Stats and Info. The other was Michigan State, in its finale against Minnesota in 2013. Those Spartans won the league title a week later over Ohio State, then beat Stanford in the Rose Bowl.

Addison scores 3rd TD for Ducks

Bralon Addison cannot be stopped. With the 24-yard score, the WR now has 8 catches for 106 yards and three touchdowns. No. 17 Oregon leads Oregon State 52-42 late in the 4th quarter. Follow live

No. 3 MSU answers Boise State's rally

Boise State cut the lead down to single digits, but MSU's Javon Bess extends it back to 10 on this layup late in the second half. The Spartans lead 69-59 on ESPN2.


Teams trading punches in Civil War

No. 17 Oregon answered Oregon State's punt return TD less than 3 minutes later with a score, but the Beavers scored again on a 66-yard run from Ryan Nall for the score. Oregon leads 45-42 in the 4th quarter. Follow live

Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer 

One of the more, well let's just say "unique" promotions I've ever seen: The Charlotte Hornets handing out a single sock to fans for their game vs. the Cleveland Cavaliers tonight.

Steph Curry: MVP and most improved?

Curry's teammate Harrison Barnes brought up the idea a week ago: Could Steph win both the MVP and Most Improved Player awards? What the stats say (Insider)

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Wichita State's Grady in 'good spirits'

Shockers F Anton Grady is in "good spirits" at the hospital after colliding with an Alabama player and falling face-first on the court during the Shockers' loss. Wichita State said in a statement that Grady was alert and responsive and had feeling in his extremities. A CT scan on Grady came back negative, and he will undergo an MRI on Friday.

Beavers won't go away in Civil War

No. 17 Oregon was leading 31-7 at the half, but 2-9 Oregon State has come screaming back in the Civil War, making it 38-35 after a 78-yard punt return from Victor Bolden in the 4th quarter. Follow live

Will Denzel Valentine ever miss?

Boise State doesn't have an answer as Michigan State's Denzel Valentine swishes his fourth straight 3-pointer. He's got 25 points on ESPN2.


Iowa runs 44 plays in earning 12th win

The Hawkeyes ran just 44 offensive plays in their 28-20 win over Nebraska, the second-fewest plays run by an FBS team in a victory this season. Iowa also became the 4th team this season to win without converting a 3rd down (0-9). Box score


Cavaliers (11-4) at Hornets (9-6)

Cleveland held a players-only meeting after its third-consecutive road loss in Toronto on Wednesday. LeBron James is hoping to avoid a fourth-straight road loss in Charlotte. Follow live

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Valentine catches fire from downtown

Boise State won't go away, but neither will Denzel Valentine, who nails his third straight 3-pointer to push the Spartans lead to 52-42 midway through the second half on ESPN2. Valentine is 6-of-9 from 3 and has 22 points.


Brandon Chatmon ESPN Staff Writer 

TCU QB Trevone Boykin with his ankle taped during pregame. Moving around fairly well but don't expect him to look like he's 100 percent particularly with wet conditions limiting the open field ability that makes him great.