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Masoli in charge as Oregon shocks No. 6 Cal
Jeremiah Masoli answered his doubters by throwing for 253 yards and three touchdowns in Oregon's 42-3 upset of sixth-ranked California on Saturday.
Na'il Diggs out, 3 other Carolina Panthers doubtful against Dallas Cowboys
The Panthers will be without starting linebacker Na'il Diggs and likely three other key players for their game at Dallas.
Florida Gators QB Tim Tebow starts despite respiratory illness
Florida quarterback Tim Tebow will play Saturday at Kentucky, despite a respiratory illness that forced him to travel apart from the team, a source close to the situation said.
Oklahoma Sooners quarterback Sam Bradford seeking clearance with Dr. James Andrews in Alabama
Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford has traveled to Alabama and was visiting with Dr. James Andrews this weekend but has not had a specific setback in his recovery, a source said.
Binghamton Bearcats boots five players from basketball program
Binghamton coach Kevin Broadus announced Friday that he has released five players from the basketball team.
Rick Duckett, Grambling State Tigers men's basketball coach, to step down in wake of player death
Grambling State men's basketball coach Rick Duckett will resign, the school announced Friday, nearly a month after one of his players died following a supervised conditioning session.
Philadelphia Phillies plan to use other options at closer besides Brad Lidge
Brad Lidge is no longer the full-time closer for the Philadelphia Phillies.
Roy Jones, Bernard Hopkins to fight in 2010
Roy Jones and Bernard Hopkins will finally fight again.
White Sox slow Tigers' chase of AL Central title
Jake Peavy pitched seven innings and Gordon Beckham homered to break up Eddie Bonine's no-hit bid as the Chicago White Sox slowed Detroit's chase of the AL Central title by beating the Tigers 2-0 on Friday night.
Yankees handle Red Sox to close in on East title
The Yankees really bruised the Red Sox.
Pirates halt historic skid as Dodgers fail to clinch
Brandon Moss' two-run single gave Pittsburgh an early lead and the Pirates, stuck in their worst slump since 1984, used five pitchers to beat Los Angeles 3-1 on Friday night, stalling the Dodgers' drive to the playoffs.
Philadelphia Eagles' Donovan McNabb doubtful vs. Kansas City Chiefs
Donovan McNabb is doubtful to play Sunday when the Philadelphia Eagles host Kansas City because of a broken rib.
Mora: QB Hasselbeck 'extremely unlikely' to start for Seahawks Sunday
The Seahawks are expecting backup Seneca Wallace to start at quarterback for Matt Hasselbeck on Sunday against Chicago.
Tiger Woods takes 1-shot lead at Tour Championship
Tiger Woods had a chance to pull away from the field. He had to settle for a one-shot lead Friday in the Tour Championship, which was still not a bad place to be.
New York Jets coach Rex Ryan gives Fireman Ed game ball from win over New England Patriots
Fireman Ed has something new to cheer about. The Jets' most famous fan received a game ball from coach Rex Ryan during the team meeting Friday.
Bruce Pearl, coach of Tennessee Volunteers, apologizes for joke he made at fundraiser
Tennessee men's basketball coach Bruce Pearl is apologizing for an off-the-cuff joke he made about a rural area of the state at a charity fundraiser Thursday, calling it "inappropriate."
Coye Francies of Cleveland Browns throws ice, punch in locker room skirmish
Cleveland rookie cornerback Coye Francies, incensed over a prank, threw a bucket of ice and at least one errant punch during a skirmish in the Browns' locker room.
Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Juan Manuel Marquez fight generated 1 million pay-per-view buys
Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s victory over Juan Manuel Marquez last weekend has generated 1 million pay-per-view buys, an impressively high number that confirms Mayweather's once-debatable superstar status.
Derrick Rose of Chicago Bulls dismisses SAT matter in Memphis Tigers scandal
Bulls star Derrick Rose is facing fresh questions about the SAT test he says he took before going to Memphis.
NASCAR fans can pick start time for California race
NASCAR fans will get to decide when gentlemen can start their engines for next winter's Sprint Cup race at Auto Club Speedway.