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Clemson strikes again with 21-yard TD to Leggett

Clemson's Deshaun Watson ran the option and found Jordan Leggett wide open over the middle for a 21-yard touchdown.

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Clement breaks out on a long TD run
NCAAF 

Corey Clement breaks free and runs up the sideline for a 67-yard touchdown to give Wisconsin a 14-0 lead over Penn State in the first quarter of the Big Ten championship game.

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Edmunds shows great hands on fake punt
NCAAF 

Virginia Tech's Terrell Edmunds makes a one-handed catch on a shuffle pass from punter Mitchell Ludwig and runs 20 yards for a first down. The Hokies scored later on the drive and trail Clemson 14-7.

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Ivan Maisel ESPN Senior Writer 

Penn State hasn't trailed by 14 points since Ohio State. That turned out pretty well.

Pumphrey dazzles on TD run
NCAAF 

Donnel Pumphrey adds another touchdown to his highlight reel, this one showing off the ridiculous spin move to break two tackles as San Diego State cut into the lead against Wyoming at 10-7 in the Mountain West championship game.

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Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Steve Kerr starts his press conference by offering condolences to those impacted by the tragic fire in East Oakland last night

Watson on his game early for No. 3 Clemson
NCAAF 

Deshaun Watson fakes the defense into thinking it will be a run and throws a perfect spiral to Jordan Leggett up the seam for a 21-yard touchdown pass. Clemon leads Virginia Tech 14-0 in the ACC Championship game.

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Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

Security personnel at the Georgia Dome telling Alabama players as they leave, "See you in three weeks!" Atlanta will host the CFP Semifinal.

ESPN Stats and Information  

Alabama will enter the bowl season allowing barely 63 rushing yards per game, the second-best average over the last 10 FBS seasons. (Tops is TCU in 2008, 47 yards allowed per game.) Six of the top 10 performances in average rushing yards allowed over that span are by Alabama teams, four of which won national championships.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks' Lithuanian forward Mindaugas Kuzminskas has fans in the elite chess community. Peter Heine Nielsen, the coach of World Chess champion Magnus Carlsen, was in New York and posted a photo of himself purchasing a Kuzminskas jersey.

Wisconsin takes early lead on Penn State
NCAAF 

Wisconsin's Austin Ramesh powers in from a yard out to give the No. 7 Badgers a 7-0 lead over No. 6 Penn State in the Big Ten Championship game.

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Tyler Erzberger ESPN Esports 

One Street Fighter V player will walk away with over $200,000 tonight and the title of world champion at the Anaheim Convention Center here at the PlayStation Experience conference.

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Jimmy Butler is tied with Michael Jordan for the longest streak of 20-point games by a Bulls player in the last 20 seasons.

Ivan Maisel ESPN Senior Writer 

Wisconsin's opening TD drive lasted 8:00, a key reminder that the Badgers lead the FBS in time of possession at 35:12. Penn State is 95th, at 28:13. Hope the Nittany Lion defense got its rest this week.

Brian Bennett ESPN Staff Writer 

Pretty much a dream start to the Big Ten title game for Wisconsin. Badgers forced a quick three and out from Penn State, then scored a touchdown on a 14-play drive that featured 12 runs. Wisconsin's edge in the trenches showing up early, aided by its use of multiple tight end sets throughout its first drive.

Watson opens scoring on QB keeper
NCAAF 

Deshaun Watson opens up the scoring in the ACC Championship game for No. 3 Clemson on a QB keeper for a 3-yard TD as the Tigers take a 7-0 lead over No. 23 Virginia Tech.

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ESPN Stats and Information  

Alabama's defense set the SEC championship game record for fewest rushing yards allowed by giving up exactly zero to Florida. The record was 15 yards, by Tennessee's defense against Auburn in 1997 and by Alabama's defense against Florida last season. This was the first time since 2011 that Florida did not have positive rushing yards in a game (that was against Georgia).

Jeannine Edwards ESPN Reporter 

Great red and white crowd here at kickoff for the Big Ten Championship

NCAAF 

ESPN Stats and Information  

Luke Kennard's 35 points against Maine tonight are the most by a Duke player in one game since Ryan Kelly scored 36 in 2013 against Miami.

Jared Shanker ESPN Staff Writer 

A Michigan fan snuck his way into the Clemson section, making the Wolverines final plea for chaos. He ought to be in the Virginia Tech section, because it seems Michigan's chances reside with No. 3 Clemson losing the ACC title game.

Towns drives, rocks rim with one hand

Minnesota's Ricky Rubio passes the ball to Karl-Anthony Towns, who drives to the basket and rocks the rim with a one-handed jam.

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Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Your 2016 SEC champs -- No. 1 Alabama

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Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Grambling State beats Alcorn State 27-20 in the SWAC Championship to earn a berth in the Celebration Bowl vs. North Carolina Central. Grambling (11-1) is quarterbacked by former Ole Miss QB Devante Kincade, who transferred to the program in the offseason.

Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

Lane Kiffin and SEC commissioner Greg Sankey on the field after Alabama wins the conference title.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney came over to say hello to Pitt coach Pat Narduzzi and running back James Conner and joked, "Are you trying to ruin my night?" Pitt handed Clemson its only loss this season. He then turned to Conner and congratulated him on winning the Brian Piccolo Award, telling him what an inspiration he's been.

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

The terms of West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen's extension: 5-year deal worth $18.6 million plus incentives. He'll make $3.5 million plus incentives in 2017, up from $2.9 million this year.