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Colorado's Liufau exits game after taking sack

After Washington got on the board, Colorado quarterback Sefo Liufau took a sack in the first quarter and was forced leave the game.

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Kerr: Used marijuana for back pain after surgery

Warriors coach Steve Kerr said he smoked marijuana for chronic back pain and that while it didn't help him, he hopes professional sports leagues soften their stances on its use.

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Rose: I envision my long-term future as a Knick

Derrick Rose -- 18 games into his tenure as a Knick -- is enjoying the Big Apple and says he hopes to play the rest of his career with the team. The point guard is playing under a one-year deal.

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Watch live: Alabama vs. Texas

After three straight losses, Shaka Smart and the Longhorns vie for a shot at redemption with a victory over Alabama. Watch live on ESPNU and streaming on the ESPN App.

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3hJeff Legwold

Broncos turn to Lynch again as Siemian ruled out

Broncos coach Gary Kubiak ruled Trevor Siemian out against the Jaguars due to a left foot injury suffered last week against the Chiefs. Paxton Lynch will get his second NFL start Sunday.

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Woods fires 65, almost aces No. 12 (1:47)
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9hJake Trotter

Let us now praise Mike Gundy's mullet

It has "swag," "mojo" and maybe the magic to bring Oklahoma State wins. It's Mike Gundy's mullet. With a big game ahead, where does the business end and the party begin? You know the answer.

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Watch live: Bellator 166: Joe Warren vs. Eduardo Dantas

The main event of Bellator 166 features 40-year-old Joe Warren fighting Eduardo Dantas in a bantamweight title rematch in Oklahoma. Watch live on ESPN3 and streaming on the ESPN App. (Airing in Spanish.)

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6hDoug McIntyre

How will Arena utilize USMNT prospects?

How will the new man in charge of the U.S. men's team approach the batch of talented young players differently than his predecessor?

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Wade up to the task of going at LeBron
NBA 

Dwyane Wade has no fear of going right at LeBron James, finishing at the rim after some nifty dribbling.

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NBA 

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

A couple days after their worst loss of the year, the Bulls get their most important win of the season to date. This is the most complete I think I've ever seen Taj Gibson play. He was great throughout the night.

Rondo burns Cavs with wide-open 3
NBA 

The Cavaliers leave Rajon Rondo all alone for a 3-pointer, and he makes Cleveland pay by knocking down his ninth three of the season. Rondo has a triple-double tonight.

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NBA 

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

UW QB Jake Browning is at 2.2 yards per attempt against a Colorado secondary allowing a nation-best 5.4 yards per attempt.

Déjà Manu? Ginobili hits two buzzer beaters
NBA 

Manu Ginobili ends the first and second quarters by hitting jump shots with time expiring against the Wizards.

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NBA 

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks 118, Timberwolves 114: the Knicks (10-9) complete a sweep of a home and home series against Minnesota to reach .500 for the latest point in a season since 2012-13. Kyle O'Quinn (20 points, 13 rebounds) was fantastic in place of an injured Joakim Noah. Carmelo Anthony had a strong shooting night (29 points on 20 shots) after struggling in the past 3 games; Derrick Rose added 24 points and five assists.

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Bulls guard Rajon Rondo has his first triple-double with the Bulls. It's the 29th of his career, 3rd-most among active players, trailing Russell Westbrook (46) and LeBron James (45).

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

Colorado responded well late in the first quarter after QB Sefo Liufao left the game with an ankle injury. First, the Buffaloes stopped Washington on fourth down in their own territory, then responded with an impressive touchdown drive led by backup QB Steven Montez to tie the game at 7. Obviously, the Buffs would prefer a healthy Liufao, but Montez played well in relief earlier this year and doesn't represent a significant drop off.

Ohio regains possession with INT
NCAAF 

Freshman CB Kylan Nelson dives to intercept Zach Terrell's overthrown pass early in the fourth quarter. The Bobcats trail No. 17 Western Michigan 26-20 in the MAC championship game.

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NCAAF 

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics 97, Kings 92: Al Horford didn't just score a season-high 26 points on 10-of-18 shooting, he added eight rebounds and six blocks while spending most of the night in combat with Kings big man DeMarcus Cousins (whose shot he blocked with chance to tie in final minute).

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington has been able to run -- 5.6 per carry -- but Colorado has shut down Jake Browning with its nation-leading secondary through one quarter, holding him to one completion for 11 yards. Will the Buffs gamble on their star DBs and commit more defenders against the run?

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

How's this for a defensive sequence? Kyle O'Quinn blocks Karl-Anthony Towns' layup attempt off of a post move and he and Kristaps Porzingis combine to block Towns' next attempt. It preserves a six-point Knicks lead and essentially seals the win. O'Quinn is having the best outing of his 102-game Knick tenure.

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Rajon Rondo has a triple double. 15 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists. His best game as a Bull.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Those who haven't seen much of Phillip Lindsay are in for a treat tonight. Colorado's running back dynamo is the first Buffaloes player to rush for at least 15 touchdowns since Chris Brown in 2002.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

How will Colorado's QB change affect this game? Earlier this year, back-up Steven Montez was the first Buff in history to throw for 300 yards and pass for 100 more in a game. He is a touted youngster who has already proven capable, and he just led the game-tying TD drive.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Steven Montez is very mobile. If Sefo Liufau keeps limping and needing more tape at the trainer's table, expect Montez to stay in. Colorado's offense is predicated on QB mobility.

LaVine to Muhammad for alley-oop
NBA 

In transition, Zach LaVine throws it up to Shabazz Muhammad, who finishes with an emphatic slam.

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NBA 

Wade slides past LeBron for layup
NBA 

Dwyane Wade gets past his long-time friend LeBron James and finishes with the layup for the Bulls, who lead the Cavs in the fourth quarter.

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Ohio pulls within 26-20 of W. Michigan
NCAAF 

Papi White makes a leaping catch of a Greg Windham pass behind single coverage for a 31-yard touchdown late in the third quarter.

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NCAAF 

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Colorado starting QB Sefo Liufau hasn't gone to the locker room, but he is away from his teammates, limping on the right sideline. It looks like he is trying to walk off an injury to his right ankle as he tosses some warm-up throws. Backup Steven Montez is staying in for now.

Colorado's Liufau exits game after taking sack
NCAAF 

Colorado quarterback Sefo Liufau stays down after taking a sack in the first quarter against Washington, and would have to leave the game.

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NCAAF 

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

If Derrick Rose really wants to be a Knick for life, he's doing a good job selling himself tonight. He has 21 pints and five assists and just scored on back-to-back possessions in impressive fashion. He hit a layup in traffic and then drilled an 18-foot step back over Kris Dunn, an excellent defender.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Trainers are taping Colorado QB Sefo Liufau's right leg while backup Steven Montez is on the phone with the booth. Montez grabs his helmet and puts it on.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Wow. The Knicks led by 14 midway through the third quarter and have blown that advantage quickly. The game is tied at 100-100 with eight minutes to play. The Knicks' reserve unit has been awful early in the fourth quarter. Jeff Hornacek turns back to Derrick Rose to try to calm things down.

Ivan Maisel ESPN Senior Writer 

I was just thinking how Sefo Liufau is so good at protecting himself. He slides more than any quarterback I've seen this year. And then his ankle gets bent on the next play. Nothing he could do to protect himself.