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Keidel: Why The Cowboys' Win Streak ContinuesThe Dallas Cowboys are the NFL's best team, thanks to a mature Prescott, a bulldozing Elliott and a stout offensive line.
WWE Insiders Pick TLC 2016WWE's TLC 2016 will feature much excitement, not to mention tables, ladders and chairs. Pro wrestling experts pick the winners.
MLB Players, Owners Reach Tentative Labor DealBaseball players and owners reached a tentative agreement on a five-year labor contract Wednesday night, a deal that will extend the sport's industrial peace to 26 years since the ruinous fights in the first two decades of free agency.
CBS Sports' Tony Gonzalez On Chiefs-Falcons, Packers' Playoff ChancesTony Gonzalez, 17-year NFL veteran and current CBS Sports NFL analyst, discusses Chiefs-Falcons, Texans-Packers matchups in Week 13.
NFL Picks Week 13: Lions Spring Upset On Saints While Steelers Stop Giants' StreakThe end of the 2016 NFL season is in sight and Week 13's games will go a long way towards deciding who's in and who's out come playoff time.
Thursday Night Breakdown: Cowboys, Riding Win Streak, Face VikingsThe Dallas Cowboys, owners of the NFL's best record, head to Minnesota to take on a Vikings team fighting for their playoff lives.

USF Bulls

UCF Shuts Out South Florida 16-0Justin Holman threw for one touchdown and Rannell Hall picked up another on the ground to lead UCF in a 16-0 shutout over South Florida on Friday.
(AUDIO) Coach Willie Taggart Looks Ahead to USF-UCF Match-up with Kirk & KageThe Bulls suffered a tough loss to the Memphis Tigers on Saturday. Coach Willie Taggart joined us Monday morning with a quick look back at the loss that puts the Buss at 4-7 on the season.
BREAKING NEWS: Bradley Holt, 24, Older Sibling Of USF Quarterback Quinton Flowers, Killed While Protecting ChildrenBradley Holt, 24, older sibling of USF freshman QB Quinton Flowers, shot and killed in Miami neighborhood while protecting children.
History Awaits For Mack And Davis V SMUAnother bye week has come and gone. The USF Bulls (3-6, 2-3 AAC) are licking their wounds from a 27-3 defeat at the hands of the Houston Cougars back on November 1 in which they were kept out of the end zone for the first time all season.
Four Games Remain But Bulls Staying FocusedIt’s been a frustrating season, to say the least, for the USF Bulls football team. Expectations were not sky high but a noticeable improvement over last year’s 2-10 finish was definitely...
After Making History V Tulsa, Bulls Look Ahead With ConfidenceIt was the biggest comeback in USF history. Down 27-7 at halftime to Tulsa last weekend the Bulls, now 3-4 on the year, came roaring back in the second half to the tune of a 3...

Rays

Whitley Impressive Again, Rays Beat Yankees 2-0Chase Whitley continued his nice run after coming back from Tommy John surgery and helped rookie Blake Snell get a win.
Sanchez Hits 2 More Homers, Yankees Beat Rays 11-5Rookie Gary Sanchez keeps putting up numbers at an astounding rate — and putting the New York Yankees in position to make a run at a playoff spot.
Longoria Injures Right Hand in Rays' 7-3 Loss to OriolesTampa Bay manager Kevin Cash was blunt. The highlight in the Rays' 7-3 loss Monday to the Baltimore Orioles was an encouraging report on slugger Evan Longoria's injured right hand.
Maile Sprints Home in 11th to Lift Rays Over Red SoxThe Tampa Bay Rays walked off with an extra-innings victory to overshadow another big accomplishment for David Ortiz.
Rays Sputter Against Price, Fall to Red Sox 6-2Tampa Bay's Steven Souza Jr. rounded first base, stopped and stared in amazement.
Myers Has 1 Hit in St. Pete Return, Padres Lose 8-2 to RaysWil Myers has some great memories at Tropicana Field. Monday night didn't produce any more.

Bucs

Bucs WR Mike Evans Sits for Anthem to Protest Trump ElectionTampa Bay receiver Mike Evans sat during the national anthem Sunday, saying he's disheartened by the election of Donald Trump as the next president of the United States.
Buccaneers Sign Former Eagles WR Josh Huff to Practice SquadJosh Huff is getting a second chance in the NFL with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The former Philadelphia receiver and...
Buccaneers May Have Rediscovered Running Game With RodgersThe Tampa Bay Buccaneers may have found a complementary running back for Doug Martin once their No. 1 back returns from a hamstring injury.
Jets Add Seferian-Jenkins After DUI Arrest, Release by BucsThe New York Jets are giving Austin Seferian-Jenkins a chance to redeem himself off the field and get his NFL career back on track.
Troopers Arrest Bucs Tight End on DUI ChargeThe Florida Highway Patrol says a tight end for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers has been arrested on suspicion of driving while under the influence.
Trade to Rams Still Motivates Former Ex-Buc Mark BarronMark Barron can hardly wait to see the Tampa Bay Buccaneers again. The Los Angeles linebacker/safety acknowledges he still harbors...

Lightning

Lightning One-Timers and NHL Quick StrikesNews, notes and one-timers from the Lightning and the NHL.
Lightning Sign Alex Killorn to $31.15 Million, 7-Year DealAlex Killorn and the Lightning wanted to keep the team together, and Tampa Bay made sure he'd be part of its long-term future. The Lightning on Sunday signed Killorn to a $31.15 million, seven-year contract to avoid arbitration and lock up another important player.
Stamkos Re-Signing with LightningTampa Bay Lightning Captain Steven Stamkos has put an end to all the free agency sweepstakes rumors by reportedly agreeing to an 8 year -$68 million dollar contract to remain with the Bolts.
Lightning's Ryan Callahan Has Hip Surgery, Out 5 MonthsTampa Bay Lightning forward Ryan Callahan has undergone surgery to repair a labral tear in his right hip and will be sidelined about five months, which means he will not play for Team USA in the World Cup of Hockey.
Confident Lightning Headed to East Final AgainWith Ben Bishop, Nikita Kucherov and Victor Hedman leading the way, the Lightning are back in the Eastern Conference final again after defeating the Detroit Red Wings and New York Islanders in the first two rounds.
Trade Deadline Done, NHL Teams Gear Up for Playoff PushThe general feeling of anti-climax around the annual deadline reflected the tight nature of the NHL playoff race and the forbearance of executives unwilling to pay the market's high prices for a midseason gamble on team chemistry.

NFL

3-Year-Old Daughter of Ex-NFL Running Back Reno Mahe DiesThe 3-year-old daughter of former NFL running back and current Brigham Young University assistant coach Reno Mahe has died a week after she was found tangled in a mini blind with cords wrapped around her neck.
Openly Gay Former NFL Player to Speak in MassachusettsThe first openly gay player to be drafted by an NFL team is heading to Massachusetts to talk about his life.
Green Lasers Distract Players at Festive Game in Mexico CityWhile dealing with a green laser shining in Brock Osweiler's eye and the high elevation unique to a game in Mexico City, the Houston Texans feel like a few questionable spots by the officials on a key fourth-quarter drive made the difference in their loss to Oakland.
Jaguars LB Smith Returns to Team After Brother's DeathJacksonville Jaguars linebacker Telvin Smith is back with the team following his brother's death and expected to play Sunday at Detroit.
Slumping Steelers Lose Cam Heyward for Season Due to InjuryThe slumping Pittsburgh Steelers will have to scramble for a playoff berth without defensive end Cam Heyward.
Bucs WR Mike Evans Sits for Anthem to Protest Trump ElectionTampa Bay receiver Mike Evans sat during the national anthem Sunday, saying he's disheartened by the election of Donald Trump as the next president of the United States.

MLB

MLB Players, Owners Reach Tentative Labor DealBaseball players and owners reached a tentative agreement on a five-year labor contract Wednesday night, a deal that will extend the sport's industrial peace to 26 years since the ruinous fights in the first two decades of free agency.
Branca, Pitcher Who Gave Up 'Shot Heard 'Round World,' DiesRalph Branca, the Brooklyn Dodgers pitcher who gave up the home run dubbed the "Shot Heard 'Round the World," has died at the age of 90.
Many Stars Available on Trade Market as GMs Head HomeBig league general managers walked under seven palm trees and across the sun-splashed red stone courtyard of the Sonoran Desert resort where they had spent four days. Pulling their wheelie bags as guitar music played on speakers, they passed a sign that explained Montelucia, part of the hotel's name, was Spanish for mountain of light.
It's About Time - Chicago Cubs Win the World Series!Eight is the lucky number for the Chicago Cubs, after winning the World series last night with an 8 to 7 score.
Cubs' Schwarber Draws Inspiration from Boy with IllnessKyle Schwarber signed a baseball for Campbell Faulkner, and Faulkner gave Schwarber a green wristband. Twin acts of kindness, and a friendship was born.
MLB Commish Says He Plans to Meet with Indians Owner on LogoBaseball Commissioner Rob Manfred says he plans to meet with Indians owner Paul Dolan following the World Series to discuss the team's continued use of the controversial Chief Wahoo logo.

NHL

Lightning One-Timers and NHL Quick StrikesNews, notes and one-timers from the Lightning and the NHL.
Sabres' Evander Kane Out Weeks with Cracked RibsBuffalo Sabres forward Evander Kane is out indefinitely after cracking three ribs in Thursday's season opener.
Obama Honors Stanley Cup Winners at White HousePresident Barack Obama honored the Pittsburgh Penguins at the White House on Thursday for completing what he described as one of the most remarkable turnarounds in the history of the National Hockey League as they won their fourth Stanley Cup.
US Adds Palmieri to World Cup Roster to Replace CallahanUSA Hockey has named New Jersey Devils forward Kyle Palmieri to its World Cup of Hockey roster, replacing the injured Ryan Callahan.
Lightning Sign Alex Killorn to $31.15 Million, 7-Year DealAlex Killorn and the Lightning wanted to keep the team together, and Tampa Bay made sure he'd be part of its long-term future. The Lightning on Sunday signed Killorn to a $31.15 million, seven-year contract to avoid arbitration and lock up another important player.
Stamkos Re-Signing with LightningTampa Bay Lightning Captain Steven Stamkos has put an end to all the free agency sweepstakes rumors by reportedly agreeing to an 8 year -$68 million dollar contract to remain with the Bolts.

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