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Buccaneers snap Chiefs' 5-game win streak with 19-17 victory

Buccaneers snap Chiefs' 5-game win streak with 19-17 victory

The Buccaneers led, 12-10, in the fourth quarter behind Aguayo's points and extended their lead to 19-10 when Jameis Winston hit Alan Cross for a three-yard touchdown. Smith was 23 of 30 for 268 yards in another inconsistent performance. "We had some opportunities", Ware said, "and we didn't get it done". "We ran that play at Memphis all the time -- we called it "Pig, ' a power pass", Cross said of his second National Football League catch".



Dubuisson takes 1-shot lead at World Tour Championship

Two-time champion Baddeley, former world No. 1 Spieth and New Zealander Ryan Fox will go into the last round tied at 9-under, two strokes behind Ogilvy while recent PGA Tour victor Pampling is a shot further back at 208 - 8-under after 54 holes.



How Louisville's loss to Houston impacts Big 12's playoff chances

Louisville (9-2) entered the game ranked fifth in the College Football Playoff rankings, but was outdone by a Houston team that saw its own playoff hopes foiled by two losses to unranked teams after a 5-0 start. The Cougars were up 10-0 in the second quarter when Houston was driving to increase their lead. Running back Linell Bonner capped the explosion with a 50-yard option pass to Chance Allen with 5:13 on the clock.



Gators win SEC East with defensive stand on final play

After receivers dropped two passes, quarterback Danny Etling found receiver D.J. Chark open on a crossing pattern for a 30-yard gain to convert a critical fourth-and-10. Instead, Guice came up short, and Florida escaped Death Valley (in a game that was originally scheduled for The Swamp) with an improbable win. That led to LSU AD Joe Alleva going bonkers over Florida's unwillingness to budge over when and where the game would be played, until finally Jeremy Foley conceded to get the game in.


Griffin scores 29, Redick 26 as Clippers top Kings 121-115

Griffin scores 29, Redick 26 as Clippers top Kings 121-115

Sterling sued the National Basketball Association in 2014, after his estranged wife Shelly, with whom he co-owned the Clippers, agreed to sell the franchise to former Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer for US$2 billion (RM8.81 billion).



James Harden Calls Thunder a 'One-Man Show'

Russell Westbrook had 33 points, 15 rebounds and eight assists for Oklahoma City (6-5), which has dropped four in a row. Oladipo had 29 points, 10 rebounds and 5 assists, finally giving a glimpse of what the "Flash Brothers" can look like.