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I seriously cannot believe the Redskins just lost that game

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Despite having a 15-point lead with less than five minutes left, Washington somehow found a way to blow it.

Saints come from 15 points behind to deal Redskins a devastating 34-31 loss

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Washington lost Chris Thompson and three others to injuries in a defeat that all but scuttles any remaining playoff hopes for the team.

NFL working overtime: Giants pull upset after sensational catch in OT; Saints stun Redskins with rally

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Like New England, the Saints, Vikings and Rams have a lot at stake.

Jaromir Jagr's never-ending NHL career fuels a league's worth of recollections

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As a young boy, Jakub Vrana watched the Czech legend, never dreaming he'd have a chance to share the ice. But now he'll get to add his recollections to a long, and growing, list of NHLers who speak of Jagr's dominance and longevity with…

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UCLA fires Jim Mora after six seasons as Chip Kelly rumors surface

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UCLA’s 28-23 loss Saturday night will be Jim Mora’s last as the team’s head coach. The school announced that Mora has been fired after the loss dropped the Bruins to 5-6. The news came on his 56th birthday. “Making a coaching change is…

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Watch NHL great Jeremy Roenick catch a rattlesnake with two golf clubs in his garage

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Because rattlesnakes are, you know, par for the course in Arizona, former NHL player Jeremy Roenick used what was at hand Sunday when he found one of the varmints in his garage. Deftly wrangling the snake between two golf clubs, he teaches…

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‘I should have left them in jail!’ Trump fires back at LaVar Ball for saying he did nothing to help UCLA players in China

President Trump chastised LaVar Ball, the father of one of three UCLA players who were released by Chinese authorities after efforts by Trump and his Chinese counterpart, tweeting that “I should have left them in jail!” Trump was…

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Best and worst moments from the Redskins’ 34-31 overtime loss

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Best and worst moments from the Redskins’ 34-31 overtime loss to the Saints on Sunday. Worst gut punch: The Redskins led 31-16 with less than three minutes remaining and appeared headed for their second stunning road win in the last three…

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Norman Chad: What do a Greek Freak and an NFL punter have in common? This column.

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It’s time to give thanks for the fantastic athletes at both ends of the sports spectrum.

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A restaurant apologizes for setting a Jon Gruden in Tennessee coaching rumor on fire

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Calhoun’s, a restaurant in Knoxville, Tenn., served up the weekend’s smokin’-est fare Saturday and we’re not talking about their weekend brunch. The University of Tennessee is in need of a football coach after the firing of Butch Jones and…

Chance the Rapper spoofed every clueless sports reporter with 'SNL' hockey report

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What happens when a New York Knicks reporter is thrust onto the Rangers’ hockey beat because the regular sports reporter is on paternity leave? “Saturday Night Live” dared to imagine something that happens sometimes (hello, cricket duty)…

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Redskins blow 15-point lead, lose to Saints in overtime; Chris Thompson carted off with injury

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Jump to: Live stats | Injury report and inactives | Game analysis | Pregame reading Game analysis New Orleans beats Washington in overtime, 34-31 The Saints forced the Redskins to punt on their first overtime possession, then drove 51…

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Baker Mayfield throws a tantrum? A Jon Gruden sighting in Knoxville? So much for a light Saturday.

Even on a day seemingly devoid of drama, college football found a way to deliver some lunacy.

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TV and radio listings: November 19

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Your daily guide to the world of sports on television and radio.

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Terps struggle early, rally late to overcome Bucknell

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Freshmen Darryl Morsell and Bruno Fernando spark second-half surge to help Maryland avoid an upset, 80-78

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Bethesda Chevy-Chase completes underdog run with Maryland 4A boys’ soccer title

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The Barons beat Severna Park with a goal in the final minutes to claim the sixth state crown in program history.

After dismal trip, Caps survive scare and bounce back at home

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Alex Ovechkin takes puck to the face but returns as Capitals show resilience in 3-1 win over the Wild.

Battle-tested Tuscarora closes out Princess Anne to win Virginia Class 5 volleyball title

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The Huskies rally in the third set to claim a straight-set victory and their first Class 5 crown.

Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield fires off a few insults at Kansas, then apologizes

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Sooners Coach Lincoln Riley said he will consider disciplinary action against Mayfield once he sees his star quarterback's actions for himself.

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College football winners and losers: Georgia, Wisconsin, Miami keep pace in playoff race

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All three teams have straightforward courses to reach the College Football Playoff.

Saturday, Nov 18

Trying to make playoff point, Wisconsin scrounges enough points to beat Michigan

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The Badgers, trying to overcome a soft nonconference schedule and make the College Football Playoff, knock off their second ranked foe.

Gabby Douglas ‘deeply sorry’ for suggesting women ‘dress modestly’ after teammate Raisman says she was assaulted

Gabby Douglas says she’s “deeply sorry” for a comment she made about Fierce Five teammate Aly Raisman’s stance on sexual assault victims. In an Instagram post Friday, Raisman spoke out against those who blame sexual assault on the way…

Redskins had a vision for their 2017 offense. It hasn’t worked out.

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After being one of the NFL’s most prolific offenses the past couple years, this season’s unit has regressed and those problems may linger into the offseason.

To stop the Sunday slides, D.J. Swearinger points Redskins to Wednesday-Friday

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Washington safety exhorts teammates to bring championship-level focus to every practice.

Friday, Nov 17

Terrelle Pryor Sr. to see foot specialist; Jordan Reed to miss third straight game

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Pryor said he initially suffered the ankle injury in Week 2 against the Los Angeles Rams, a play which he tweeted about after the game.

A staggering number of sex abuse claims rocks the world of Olympic sports

More than 290 coaches and officials associated with U.S. Olympic sports organizations have been publicly accused of sexual misconduct since 1982, according to a Post review. That covers 15 sports and amounts to an average of one adult…

The Pittsburgh Steelers quit messing around

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In a rout of the Titans, the Steelers finally revealed the fearsome extent of their potential.

Jerry Jones vs. Roger Goodell shows how splintered the NFL is

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This NFL season has pitted owners against players, owners against the White House, an NFL sponsor against the NFL, and owners against other owners.

Thursday, Nov 16

The Nationals took a back seat at this year's GM meetings. Next year will be different.

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With Bryce Harper entering free agency a year from now, the Nationals will be at the center of the offseason stage.

Lakers’ master plan had Lonzo Ball being an instant success. It hasn’t happened yet.

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L.A.'s strategy to sign two superstars in 2018 — including LeBron James — is centered around Ball thriving right away. The rookie showed Wednesday that's no sure thing.

After shoplifting arrests in China, Trump cautions UCLA players about the ‘many pitfalls’ in life

LiAngelo Ball, Jalen Hill and Cody Riley apparently received minimal punishment from the Chinese government after intervention by President Trump. The university suspended the players indefinitely from the basketball team.

Anthony Cowan Jr. breaks out as Maryland handles Butler

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Former St. John’s star scores career-high 25 as Terrapins push past Big East foe Bulldogs, 79-65.

Wednesday, Nov 15

Cowboys’ Ezekiel Elliott drops appeal and will serve entire suspension

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The star running back, who was suspended by the NFL under the league’s personal-conduct policy, won’t make any more attempts to have it lifted or reduced, according to a statement released by his representatives.

The best and worst fantasy football matchups for Week 11

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These are the players you should have in your lineups this week -- as well as some players you need to avoid.

The cases for and against keeping this quartet of beleaguered NFL head coaches

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There hasn't yet been an NFL head coaching change this season. But there are some coaching situations worth debating, for sure.

Redskins place RB Rob Kelley, LB Will Compton on injured reserve

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In need of another running back, Washington signed former Oregon product Byron Marshall to replace Kelley.