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Curry lights it up with 26-point quarter.

Steph Curry flips a switch during the second quarter, dropping 26 points on 7-of-10 shooting to outscore the Bulls by himself in the frame.

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Pitt up to old tricks with upset of No. 2 Miami.

The U was undefeated until it went to Pittsburgh, which is notorious for taking down ranked opponents.

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UCF stays perfect with epic game-winning kick return TD.

With less than two minutes remaining, Mike Hughes takes a kickoff 95 yards to lift the Knights in a thriller.

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WVU's Carter breaks ankles with saucy crossover.

West Virginia's Jevon Carter uses a nasty step-back to put the UCF defender on the floor.

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Pinson throws down monster slam.

North Carolina's Theo Pinson slams down the huge one-handed dunk to help pad the lead for the Tar Heels.

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Tebow likes Bama to win Iron Bowl.

Tim Tebow recognizes that Auburn has momentum, but he still predicts Alabama to come out on top.

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Court attendant cleans court with extreme flair.

A staff member flips and sticks the landing as he wipes down the court during a FIBA World Cup qualifier in Angola.

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Berry has Hunt as a top-two play.

Matthew Berry likes Chiefs RB Kareem Hunt's matchup against the Bills on Sunday.

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MMA fighter uses Capoeira-style KO on opponent.

MMA fighter Ollie Flint impresses the crowd by knocking out Aaron Gray with a spinning wheel head kick near the end of the first round.

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On This Date: Nov. 25, 1952

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  • Dallas Texans get their first, only win

    The NFL's Dallas Texans beat the Bears 27-23 to claim their only win ever. The team finished 1-11 in its one season. Many players on the roster would go to the new Baltimore Colts franchise.

Revisiting the Butt Fumble

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  • Long live the Butt Fumble

    Think we've put this, ahem, behind us? Think again. On its fifth anniversary, we proudly present the definitive oral history of the best worst play in football.

Strange silence at Michigan

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  • Why has Harbaugh-mania subsided in Year 3 at Michigan?

    In the past, Jim Harbaugh couldn't make a move without it being national news. It has been strangely quiet at Michigan this season and there are a variety of reasons for the lack of drama.