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Cowboys

NFL

Cowboys process historically poor loss.

A 28-point drubbing gets Jerry Jones joking about not resigning and Dak Prescott describing his play as boneheaded.

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Lakers

NBA

Lonzo gets another triple-double in rout of Nuggets.

Lakers guard Lonzo Ball records his second career triple-double with 11 points, 16 rebounds and 11 assists in his 17th game.

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Warriors

NBA

Curry impressive in Brooklyn with 39 points.

Steph Curry follows his outstanding performance for the Warriors on Saturday night with a 39-point outing against the Nets.

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Falcons

NFL

Georgia Dome imploded after 25 years.

The Georgia Dome was imploded with 5,000 tons of explosives after hosting a myriad of sporting events since 1992.

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More from Week 11

Broncos

NFL

Are the Broncos too 'soft?'

Stephen A. Smith blames general manager John Elway for the "atrocious quarterback play" from Denver, not the defense.

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Bills

NFL

Are the Bills ready to start Taylor again?

Adam Schefter breaks down how Nathan Peterman's lackluster debut factors into Buffalo's quarterback dilemma with Tyrod Taylor.

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MLB

Big Ten

Ohio State

College Football

Don't count out Ohio State in CFP.

Heather Dinich breaks down the Buckeyes' chances of making the College Football Playoff.

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NASCAR

NASCAR

Junior will miss his crew the most.

Marty Smith talks to Dale Earnhardt Jr. about his emotions after his final race as a full-time driver.

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Jets

NFL

Butt Fumble still resonates.

The play has been a mainstay on blooper reels, and no gaffe since has inspired such a strong reaction.

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Florida

College Football

Is Chip Kelly interested in Gators job?

Chip Kelly responds to speculation that he is in line for the vacant head-coaching position at Florida.

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WWE

ATP Finals

Tennis

Federer upset in final match of 2017.

David Goffin rallies to beat Roger Federer 2-6, 6-3, 6-4 and reach the ATP Finals in London.

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