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LaVar creating more problems for Lonzo?

The Jump crew reacts to LaVar Ball criticizing the way Lonzo is being coached in Los Angeles.

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Eagles continue to take care of business.

The Eagles dismantled the Cowboys. The Chiefs crumbled against the Giants, and the Vikings continued to cruise with Case Keenum at the helm.

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Will LeBron regret treatment of Kyrie?

Max Kellerman and Stephen A. Smith wonder if LeBron James' relationship with Kyrie Irving will evolve similarly to Shaquille O'Neal and Kobe Bryant's.

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Max baffled by Carroll's play calling.

Max Kellerman is confused by Seattle head coach Pete Carroll's curious coaching decisions in the Seahawks' loss to the Falcons.

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Warriors

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Durant: Return to OKC 'just another game.'

Kevin Durant downplays the significance of his return to Oklahoma City, calling the matchup "a regular game for me now."

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Cam gives back for the holidays.

Cam Newton discusses his "Cam's Thanksgiving Jam" event and how he physically feels better now compared to the beginning of the season.

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High stakes in college football's rivalry week.

The Iron Bowl has playoff implications, and Ohio State hopes to improve its chances with a win in Ann Arbor. Take a look at the Football Power Index to see how things will shake out.

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Mayfield gets choked up talking about punishment.

Baker Mayfield says he understands why head coach Lincoln Riley decided not to start him against West Virginia and is more upset about not serving as a captain on Oklahoma's senior day.

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NFL's origins in Mexico

  • Salvatore C. DiMarco, Jr/Special Collections Research Center/Temple University Libraries/Philadelphia, PA
  • How the NFL's first foray into Mexico went south, and back north

    Playing in Mexico is old hat for the NFL today, but the league's first attempt to do so in 1968 didn't go as planned. It's a tale of violent protests, a nimble ticket salesman, a QB's broken leg and an old-school football brawl.