The Bulls, missing four rotation players, erased an 11-point third-quarter deficit to beat the Nets, 111-107, on Saturday night.
- DeRozan, Bulls rally to deal Nets 'bad, tough loss'
- Sources: Cards expecting Murray, Hopkins to play
- Bulls' Green positive, joins White in protocols
- Bears to start Dalton at QB with Fields still ailing
Alabama's no-doubt win against Georgia puts both SEC teams in the playoff, along with Michigan and Cincinnati. The only question remaining is the order of the top four.
Heather Dinich breaks down the implications of every championship game that could affect the College Football Playoff race, and where Notre Dame fits in the discussion.
Getting healthy just in time for the stretch run to the NFC postseason, the Arizona Cardinals expect quarterback Kyler Murray and wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins to play on Sunday vs. the Chicago Bears, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
— Artemi Panarin and Ryan Strome each had a goal and two assists, and the New York Rangers beat the Chicago Blackhawks 3-2 on Saturday night for their sixth straight win.
— The Bulls were down, but not out.
A lot is on the line this championship weekend as teams make their final push for the College Football Playoff. Check back throughout the day for updates.
Javonte Green tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday and has joined Coby White in health and safety protocols.
— Lucas Williamson had 15 points as Loyola Chicago narrowly beat DePaul 68-64 on Saturday.
How far does Georgia fall after a loss? How high does Baylor climb after a conference title? And what about 13-0 Cincinnati? All that and more in the final Power Rankings before the bowl season.
From Notre Dame and Oklahoma to Washington and Virginia Tech, it's already been a wild ride on the coaching carousel. Here's everything you need to know.
Like the carousel itself, the coaching grades are also coming in hot. See how all the latest hires stack up.
— Alfonso Plummer scored 24 points, Kofi Cockburn had a double-double and Illinois cruised to an 86-51 victory over Rutgers on Friday night in the Big Ten opener for both teams.
Jeremy Swick, Laura Rutledge, and Chris Doering join the show to talk about the history of college football as well as the upcoming SEC championship game
Jordan Rogers, Mike Griffith, Benjamin Watson, Marty & McGee all join Paul in Atlanta
Chicago Bears veteran quarterback Andy Dalton will start instead of rookie Justin Fields (ribs) on Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals, head coach Matt Nagy announced on Friday.
Jeff Foxworthy, Tony Barnhart, and Roman Harper join Paul in Atlanta.
Blackhawks forward Tyler Johnson has undergone the same artificial disk replacement surgery that Jack Eichel underwent last month, according to The Associated Press.
Notre Dame promoted defensive coordinator Marcus Freeman to head coach of the Fighting Irish on Friday to replace Brian Kelly.