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Baylor uses late run to avoid upset against TCU (0:52)
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Ovechkin scores and Beagle wins it in OT for the Caps (0:37)
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Baylor's Manu Lecomte talks about the final minutes of the game in win over TCU (1:16)

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Capitals forward Andre Burakovsky has scored the first goal of the game (first goal by either team) in four consecutive games. He is the first player in Capitals history to do this and the first player for any NHL team to do so since Jonathan Cheechoo from Feb. 20 to Feb. 27, 2008, with the Sharks (via Elias Sports Bureau).

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Watch: Baylor favored to defeat TCU

Reigning Big 12 Player of the Week Vladimir Brodziansky of the Horned Frogs welcomes No. 6 Baylor to Fort Worth, where BPI gives the visiting Bears a 61 percent chance to win this Texas battle. Live on ESPNU/WatchESPN

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Adding a big bat could help

Carlos Beltran, Ian Desmond and Mitch Moreland will be playing elsewhere this upcoming season, which leaves the Rangers a power hitter short. Could they make a play for unrestricted free agent Mike Napoli or Chris Carter? Teams with holes to fill (Insider)

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas Tech announced running backs coach DeShaun Foster has accepted another job, reportedly at his alma mater UCLA, and that offensive line coach Lee Hays will not return to the program for the 2017 season. Foster was at Tech just one season. Hays had been with Kliff Kingsbury since 2013.

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Frank Mason III leads Jayhawks to 79-67 win vs. Texas (0:35)
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NFC East Awards: MVP, top rookie, more

Jason Garrett earned his second NFC East title, and was named the division's coach of the year by ESPN's NFL Nation. Jason Pierre-Paul and Landon Collins were both a huge reason why New York finishing as a top-10 defense. But who was named the division's Rookie of the Year? NFL All-Division awards

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Graham ignites Kansas crowd with splashy 3-pointer (0:30)

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Dirk Nowitzki's 1-of-13 outing in Friday's loss to the Jazz could be considered the worst shooting performance of his career. It's the most field goal attempts he's ever had in a game in which he scored only one bucket. "Well, we were on a back-to- back," said Nowitzki, who managed to match his season high with 10 rebounds. "I'm fighting my way back still from injury. I'm just not where it's at right now, but I battled." Nowitzki, 38, who was sidelined for most of the first two months of the season by a strained right Achilles tendon, played full games in a back-to-back for the first time this season.

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Is TCU gearing up to upset Baylor? (1:04)
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Gobert's monster game leads Jazz to OT win over Mavs (1:26)

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

J.J. Barea is expected to miss several games after straining his left calf for the third time this season. "Same calf, different area," Mavs coach Rick Carlisle said. "Just unlucky. It's going to be a while. It's going to be likely weeks and not days."

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Gobert air-balls a free throw in win (0:23)

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Jazz 112, Mavs 107 (final in OT). Rudy Gobert (27 points, 25 rebounds) dominated. Dirk Nowitzki (1-of-13 FG) had one of his worst nights.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Rudy Gobert (27 points, 25 rebounds) has the first 25-25 night of this NBA season. Both are career highs.