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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald said he hoped he would not be fined after a series of altercations in the Rams game against the Seattle Seahawks. No such luck, as Donald was fined more than $23,000 for his actions in Sundays game. The NFL fined Donald $10,026 for his retaliatory hit on Justin Brittafter the center delivered a late shove to Donald out of bounds. Both players were penalized for unnecessary roughness. What Donald did after the game drew the most concern. He shed his shoulder pads on the sideline, put his helmet back on and buckled the chinstrap as he ran onto the field to confront Britt. That drew a $13,369 fine. Donald would not expand this week on what took place throughout the game and afterward, but he said the Seahawks did a lot of things that he hoped would be seen by the NFL. I just got to control my temper, he said. I just got to be...
Ninth-ranked Ohio State went to overtime to avoid one of the most stunning upsets in this college football season, defeating Maryland 52-51 when the Terrapins failed to convert a 2-point conversion
Ian Book returns, leads No. 3 Notre Dame past No. 12 Syracuse 36-3 at Yankee Stadium
Cornelius rallies Oklahoma State past No. 7 West Virginia 45-41 Cowboys clinch bowl bid
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The Longhorns won in one of the few games between AP Top 25 teams on Saturday in Week 12
Miller continued his rise in the division with an impressive stoppage of the previously unbeaten Romanian
The Fighting Irish are in a great spot following a win vs. Syracuse
Cincinnati scored first, but UCF responded quickly and poured it on from there
Kemba Walker and Jimmy Butler stole the show on this NBA Saturday night
On a day when the rest of the top 10 struggled at least a little with lesser opponents, Notre Dame inserted itself into the conversation with Alabama and Clemson.
The Tide rallied and the Knights kept rolling, but other top teams struggled.
Jimmy Butler knocked down a 3-pointer as time expired in overtime, and the 76ers overcame a career-high 60 points from Kemba Walker to beat the Hornets 122-119 on Saturday night.
Joe Flacco is not expected to play Sunday against the Bengals, a source told ESPN, which means rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson is likely to get his first NFL start.
Defending national champion Villanova lost its second game in a row on Saturday, falling to Furman 76-68 in overtime three days after being blown out by No. 18 Michigan.
USA TODAY Sports Dan Wolken breaks down the biggest stories coming out of college footballs Week 12 slate.
Kemba Walker scored a team-record 60 points, but Jimmy Butler spoiled the show with the game-winning 3 to lift the 76ers over the Hornets 122-119.
Its hard to imagine Ohio State locating the sort of performance needed to defeat what is clearly the best Michigan team since Jim Harbaughs return.
Michigan put away a feisty Indiana squad to set up a battle for the Big Ten East title against rival Ohio State.
Steph Curry addressed the confrontation between Draymond Green and Kevin Durant and said the Warriors wont let it impact another championship run.
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