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Huskies score crazy one-handed TD on broken play

On what looked to be a broken play, wide receiver John Ross came up with a one-handed grab for a 19-yard touchdown to add to Washington's lead over Colorado.

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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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3hIan Begley

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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Wade bests LeBron as Cavs drop 3rd in a row

Dwyane Wade, Jimmy Butler and Taj Gibson combined for 73 points and Rajon Rondo chipped in with a triple-double as Chicago extended Cleveland's skid.

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Has Western Michigan done enough to make Cotton Bowl? (1:15)
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5hJeff 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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8hDoug 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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David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Sefo Liufau's interception -- Washington's third of the quarter -- dropped his rating from -7.3 to -26.6.

Gordon goes coast-to-coast to beat buzzer

Houston's Eric Gordon receives the inbounds pass with four seconds to spare and races down the court, making a layup over a Denver defender to beat the first-half buzzer.

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Huskies turn broken play into crazy TD
NCAAF 

Washington QB Jake Browning looks like he's trying to throw the ball away, but instead John Ross makes the one-handed grab and takes it 19 yards to increase its lead over Colorado to 31-7 in the Pac-12 title game.

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NCAAF 

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

P.J. Fleck says he won't be watching the AAC title game tomorrow to figure out if his team is headed to the Cotton Bowl. He'll be wearing a "cotton shirt, cotton socks, cotton earmuffs."

NCAAF 

Calvin Watkins ESPN Staff Writer 

James Harden, clearly tired after playing in a double overtime game on Thursday, is 3-10 for 12 points in first half. Harden is 6-6 from the line. Ryan Anderson leads Houston with 16. Trevor Ariza has 13. Rockets 9-20 for 3.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

That Colorado kick return had two separate 40-plus yard returns in one play: One for 42 yards and another for 48, but no touchdown.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Last 2 plays: One of worst throws of Jake Browning's career goes for a TD pass, and a fumble leads to a 98-yard kick return. The Pac-12 title game has gotten weird.

NCAAF 

Ivan Maisel ESPN Senior Writer 

Well, that was worth the first 40 minutes of the game. John Ross can make magic.

Calvin Watkins ESPN Staff Writer 

Eric Gordon beat the halfcourt buzzer, going coast to coast for a layup giving the Rockets a 73-63 lead. It's a season-high in first half points for the Rockets. Houston has scored at least 60 plus points in four of the last five games.

Ted Miller ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington QB Jake Browning might be seeing his Heisman Trophy chances fading, but he's not the only guy out of sync in the Huskies passing game. Receiver John Ross has 2 drops and just one catch for three yards. No. 2 receiver Dante Pettis has one catch for nine yards. But that doesn't matter when the running game and defense are humming.

NCAAF 

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington's secondary is playing at an elite level. The Huskies have picked off two passes and are completely choking away Sefo Liufau's throwing options in the second half.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Jake Browning is 4-for-15 at 2.5 yards per attempt, yet Washington is ahead 24-7.

Faried won't give up against four Rockets

Kenneth Faried shows off his athleticism after missing a few buckets by grabbing the rebound each time with four Rocket defenders on him before eventually connecting.

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Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Western Michigan LB Robert Spillane sealed the Broncos' win with an interception. He says he won't be letting go of that ball anytime soon.

Washington opens second half with pick-6
NCAAF 

Washington's Taylor Rapp scores on a pick-6 from the first play from scrimmage in the second half to increase its lead to 21-7 over Colorado.

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NCAAF 

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Colorado was holding its ground, until QB Sefo Liufau blinked twice. That pair of interceptions has Washington in firm control of this game at 24-7, even despite a subpar performance from Jake Browning and some John Ross drops.

Justin Verrier ESPN Staff Writer 

Anthony Davis said his right shoulder injury was caused by a nudge from a defender on a postup that lingered throughout the first quarter. The Pelicans' training staff worked on the muscle "underneath" his shoulder, Davis said, and it felt good enough to allow him to return after nine minutes of playing time missed. Davis finished with 21 points in 32 minutes, marking the first time he's been held under 30 since Nov. 22, when he played only 19 minutes because of a right knee bruise.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Sefo Liufau is back in the game -- and his first throw is a pick six from UW's Taylor Rapp.

Leonard hits game-winner for Spurs
NBA 

Kawhi Leonard drains a game-winning jump shot with 6.1 seconds left on the clock, as the Spurs beat the Wizards 107-105.

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NBA 

Calvin Watkins ESPN Staff Writer 

The road weary Rockets off to a strong start against the Nuggets. Houston scored a season-high in first quarter points in taking a 42-33 lead. Trevor Ariza, after going 0-7 from 3, last night in Oakland, hit his first two 3s in Denver. Ryan Anderson and Ariza with 11 each.

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Wade on LeBron in the Cubs jersey: "I actually thought he looked good. He looked like he could play baseball."

Bob Pockrass NASCAR 

Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder is giving a tribute to Tony Stewart at the NASCAR Sprint Cup Awards. Yesterday, it was racing legend A.J. Foyt who came to Las Vegas to pay tribute to the retiring three-time Sprint Cup champion.

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

PJ Fleck hugs his mother after accepting the MAC championship trophy.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington is averaging 6.2 yards per play when it runs and 3.1 yards per play when it passes.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Yards per play at half: Washington 4.8, Colorado 4.1