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Ole Miss vs. Mississippi State – Game Recap – November 28, 2019

[ad_1] STARKVILLE, Miss. -- Luke Logan missed a 35-yard extra point after Mississippi receiver Elijah Moore was penalized for celebrating a touchdown by crawling and pretending to urinate like a dog, and Mississippi State ended up with a 21-20 victory Thursday night in the 116th Egg Bowl.Ole Miss (4-8, 2-6 Southeastern Conference) pulled within a point with 4 seconds remaining on Matt Corral's 2-yard pass to Moore, but Logan hooked
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Buffalo Bills’ Cole Beasley has best showing of season in 1st game back in Dallas

[ad_1] 10:33 PM ETMarcel Louis-JacquesESPN ARLINGTON, Texas -- Buffalo Bills receiver Cole Beasley swore his first game back in Dallas was not a "revenge game," but he didn't play like it.The former Cowboys receiver turned in his best game of the season in the Bills' 26-15 victory over Dallas on Thanksgiving Day, catching six passes for a game-high 110 yards and one touchdown in his first game against the team
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Devils sent slumping Canadiens to 6th straight loss

[ad_1] MONTREAL (AP) — Blake Coleman had two goals and two assists and the New Jersey Devils handed the Montreal Canadiens their sixth straight loss, 6-4 on Thursday night. Travis Zajac, Miles Wood, Jesper Boqvist and Damon Severson also scored and Nikita Gusev had three assists for his first career multi-point game. Mackenzie Blackwood stopped 44 shots to help New Jersey beat Montreal for the seventh straight game. Brendan Gallagher,
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Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says he’s sticking with Jason Garrett

[ad_1] ARLINGTON, Texas -- For better or worse, Jerry Jones is sticking with coach Jason Garrett as the Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager continues to believe better days are coming in the final month of the season, even after Thursday's dismal 26-15 loss to the Buffalo Bills."This is not the time for me [to make a coaching change]," Jones said outside the locker room with tears in his eyes.
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Blues place Oskar Sundqvist on IR, recall Poganski from San Antonio

[ad_1] A lower-body injury suffered during a win over Tampa Bay on Wednesday in which he scored two goals has landed St. Louis Blues forward Oskar Sundqvist on injured reserve. The Blues replaced Sundqvist on the active roster with forward Austin Poganski, who was recalled from the team’s AHL affiliate in San Antonio. Sundqvist, 25, has 12 points (eight goals, four assists) in 26 games this season. Poganski, 23, has 13
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Week 13 NFL takeaways – Biggest stories and lessons from every game

[ad_1] Thursday's first game went as expected with the Bears beating the Lions, who were down to their third-string quarterback. The Bills proved they were for real in the second game, beating the Cowboys at Dallas.Here are Week 13's biggest takeaways from NFL Nation.Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky played his best game of the season. It's easy to pick apart the handful of mistakes Trubisky committed against the Lions. Yes, Trubisky
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Saints vs. Falcons – Game Summary – November 28, 2019

[ad_1] Passing YardsATLRushing YardsATLReceiving YardsATL Mercedes-Benz Stadium Line: NO -7.0 Over/Under: 48 Down:1st & 10Ball on:ATL 30Drive:0 plays, 0 yds0 plays, 0 yards, 0:00 NOATL502020NOATL304050403010202010(13:08) R.Allen punt is BLOCKED by T.Hill, Center-J.Harris, recovered by ATL-K.Smith at ATL 30. NBC1234TSaints00Falcons00No Scoring Plays Data is currently unavailable. To help make this website better, to improve and personalize your experience and for advertising purposes, are you happy to accept cookies and other technologies?
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David Blough starts hot but can’t get Detroit Lions win in debut

[ad_1] DETROIT -- Before their full team meeting Wednesday night, Detroit Lions general manager Bob Quinn and coach Matt Patricia pulled quarterback David Blough aside. He had been receiving a bunch of reps throughout the week, but this was confirmation. He would be the team's starting quarterback on Thanksgiving -- earning the first start and snaps of his NFL career.They wanted to make sure he was ready for it before
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Nation’s winningest football coach John McKissick dead at 93

[ad_1] SUMMERVILLE, S.C. -- John McKissick, whose 621 victories at South Carolina's Summerville High made him the nation's winningest football coach at any level, has died at age 93.Dorchester County Coroner Paul Brouthers says McKissick had been in hospice care and died Thursday surrounded by family. The longtime coach retired in 2014 after 62 seasons.Brouthers said McKissick's birth year is listed as 1929, although his biography has him born three