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14 minutes ago | MSN
When are the College Football Playoff rankings released? Time, channel for fifth CFP selection show in 2021
The College Football Playoff rankings may have taken a backseat to the coaching carousel — hello, Lincoln Riley and Brian Kelly — but important storylines still remain to be played out on the field as opposed to meetings between boosters and coaches.The second-to-last playoff rankings are set to be unveiled on Tuesday. Those top 25 teams could provide a glimpse into the minds of the playoff selection committee members as college football heads to its conference championship weekend.MORE: College Football Playoff picture for Week 14It seems almost certain that the top four will be ordered, in some form, of Georgia — a certainty for the top overall spot — Michigan, Alabama and Cincinnati. Following that, the ordering of Notre Dame and Oklahoma State could indicate which team the committee prefers as its first one out. Why is that important?
2 hours ago | MSN
Pacers' Domantas Sabonis has historic 25-rebound triple-double in loss to Timberwolves
The Indiana Pacers fell to 9-14 on the season on Monday night as they suffered their third defeat in four games. This one came at the hands of the Minnesota Timberwolves, who came back from a 12-point deficit and held off the Pacers down the stretch to win 100-98. This was another frustrating night for the Pacers, but there was a silver lining. Big man Domantas Sabonis made history as he finished with 16 points, 25 rebounds (career high) and 10 assists for his first triple-double of the season. In the process he became the first player with a 25-rebound triple-double since Shaquille O'Neal put up 24 points, 28 rebounds and 15 blocks in 1993. In addition, he he became the first player to put up 25 rebounds and 10 assists in a game since Maurice Lucas went for 23 points, 26 rebounds and 10 assists back in 1980. 
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2 hours ago | MSN
Agent: J.D. McKissic “all good” after late exit from Monday night game
After scoring two touchdowns against the Seattle Seahawks on Monday night, Washington running back J.D. McKissic left the field on a cart in the closing minutes after a collision with safety Quandre Diggs.With 3:33 left to play, McKissic caught a pass from Taylor Heinicke and dove to try and pick up a first down. McKissic’s helmet drove straight into the left thigh of Diggs as he was getting to McKissic.McKissic stayed down on the field after the play and was tended to by trainers for a few minutes before ultimately sitting up. He left the field on the back of a cart and raised his hand to the crowd as the cart headed up the tunnel.While head coach Ron Rivera didn’t have an update on McKissic after the game, his agent, Doug Hendrickson, did provide an update through his Twitter account.
2 hours ago | MSN
Seattle Seahawks vs. San Francisco 49ers NFL Week 13 Odds, Plays and Insights
Check out odds, plays and more for the Seattle Seahawks vs. San Francisco 49ers NFL Week 13 matchup on December 5, 2021.The Seattle Seahawks (3-7) will attempt to end their three-game slide in a battle with the San Francisco 49ers (6-5) in Week 13.For more great betting and fantasy insight, join the SI Winners Club Newsletter.Powered by Data Skrive.
2 hours ago | MSN
Week 13 Pickups: Serious injuries for Christian McCaffrey and Dalvin Cook
Andy Behrens and FSWA Hall of Famer Scott Pianowski tackle the news of Dalvin Cook’s and Christian McCaffrey’s serious injuries before attempting to assist fantasy football managers in finding some waiver wire replacements for them.Stay up to date with the latest fantasy football news and coverage from Yahoo Sports on Twitter @YahooFantasyFollow Andy @AndyBehrensFollow Dalton @DaltonDelDonFollow Liz @LizLoza_FFFollow Matt @MattHarmon_BYBFollow Scott @Scott_PianowskiCheck out the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/3zEuTQj or at yahoosports.com/podcasts
3 hours ago | SkySports
Perth Ashes Test in doubt due to strict quarantine rules
Perth's hopes of hosting the fifth and final Ashes Test in January are in the balance after Western Australia Premier Mark McGowan reaffirmed his stance on quarantine rules and banned players' wives and girlfriends from making the trip.McGowan said players and members of broadcast teams would have to complete a mandatory 14-day quarantine ahead of the Perth Test, which is scheduled to start on January 14, five days after the conclusion of the fourth Test in Sydney.McGowan said: "We have put in place very strict rules. So we've said to them, 'you need to have 14 days quarantine'. And that has to apply to all the broadcast staff, the cricket staff."They can't just bring wives and girlfriends with them - same rules as we put in place for the AFL. It's up to them whether they want to adhere to those rules or not."
4 hours ago | NBC
Here Are the Highest-Paid MLB Players After Scherzer, Seager Deals
Max Scherzer, Corey Seager and Robbie Ray just got huge contracts in free agency. Here's where they now rank among the highest-paid players for next season.
4 hours ago | MSN
Magic rookie Jalen Suggs suffers fractured thumb, out “extended period”
Point guard Markelle Fultz hasn’t set foot on the court for the Magic this season as he recovers from ACL surgery. Michael Carter-Williams also has yet to play, in his case due to left ankle surgery. Cole Anthony stepped in at the one — and has taken a big step forward in his second season — but he he has missed the last five games with an ankle injury.That put rookie Jalen Suggs at the point… and the bad luck continues. He fractured his thumb Monday against the 76ers.Extended period is vague, but ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski described it as “several weeks.” That may be on the short end, but it depends on the fracture.This is a blow to the gut.Suggs, who fell to the Magic at No. 5 in the last draft, averages 12.1 points and 3.5 assists a game but has struggled to find his shot in the NBA, hitting just 33.6% of his shots (24.8% from 3). Suggs has shown potential, this injury and time away from the game cuts back on his development time this season.
4 hours ago | MSN
Fantasy Waiver Wire Week 13: Chuba Hubbard, Sony Michel among top free agent pickups
This was the injury-filled week we didn't even know we were waiting for. As such, there are no shortage of legimate options for the top Week 13 fantasy waiver wire pickups and free agent adds. With up to 12 -- yes, 12 -- potentially "high-volume" RBs available in over 50 percent of leagues (Chuba Hubbard, Sony Michel, Alexander Mattison, Jamaal Williams, Boston Scott, Tony Jones Jr., Tevin Coleman, Matt Breida, Dontrell Hilliard, D'Onta Foreman, David Johnson, Rex Burkhead), the claims will be flying. On top of those running backs, several interesting QBs and WRs, including Taysom Hill and Curtis Samuel, are sitting on many wires, so there will be plenty of free agents to target after waivers clear around 4-5 a.m. ET on Wednesday mornings in Yahoo and ESPN leagues, too.
4 hours ago | MSN
2021 Hero World Challenge odds, picks, field: PGA insider says back Collin Morikawa, fade Bryson DeChambeau
Many of the PGA Tour's elite golfers are back in the Bahamas this week for the 2021 Hero World Challenge at Albany Golf Club. The Hero World Challenge field includes 15 of the top 20 in the official World Golf Ranking, and all 20 golfers rank among the top 50. The unofficial PGA Tour event benefits the Tiger Woods Foundation, with a $3.5 million purse and full world ranking points, and the 15-time major champion will be on site. The tournament was canceled last year, and Henrik Stenson won in 2019 by one stroke over Jon Rahm, who won't compete this week. Caesars Sportsbook lists Rory McIlroy as the 15-2 favorite in its latest Hero World Challenge golf odds. Many golfers are tightly grouped not far behind, led by Collin Morikawa (8-1) and Justin Thomas (10-1). Others in the 2021 Hero World Challenge field who are expected to contend include Viktor Hovland (11-1), Jordan Spieth (11-1), Xander Schauffele (12-1) and Bryson DeChambeau (12-1). Before you make any 2021 Hero World Challenge bets or PGA Tour predictions, be sure to check out what proven golf insider Sal Johnson has to say.
4 hours ago | MSN
Can money buy baseball happiness? Mets and Rangers are trying to find out
With a loaded free agent class and a collective bargaining agreement negotiation looming, MLB's financial floodgates have fully opened, and the water has pooled into two locations.The New York Mets, backed by hedge fund billionaire Steve Cohen, have already reeled in four notable names. Their biggest get: three-time Cy Young Award winner Max Scherzer, who agreed to a three-year $130 million deal on Monday morning. He joins a group that already included Starling Marte, Mark Canha and Eduardo Escobar, who have agreed to deals worth a combined $124.5 million.That looked like the biggest haul of the offseason, until the Texas Rangers got back on the phone. Having already landed Toronto Blue Jays All-Star Marcus Semien on a seven-year, $175 million deal and starting pitcher Jon Gray on a four-year, $56 million deal, the Rangers went ahead and grabbed erstwhile Los Angeles Dodgers star Corey Seager for 10 years and $325 million.
4 hours ago | MSN
Trail Blazers struggling to find rhythm as dismal road performances continue
After a 22-point blowout in Salt Lake City, the Portland Trail Blazers suffer their third straight loss and slump to 10-11 for the season. A major part of their struggles this season have come in road arenas, away from the Moda Center. The 129-107 loss to the Jazz slumps their road record to a dismal 1-10, the second-worst in the league with only the young and rebuilding Houston Rockets having a worse record (0-11).NBA League Pass:Sign up to unlock live out-of-market games (7-day free trial)The team has been able to ride the ship with their stellar home performances, where they have a 9-1 record which is just shy of the best in the league. Portland was missing a starter in Norman Powell but Monday night's loss was not an aberration but instead a trend through the early part of this season. 
4 hours ago | SkySports
Panthers' McCaffrey out for season
Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey will miss the rest of the season with an ankle injury, the team announced on Monday.McCaffrey has been placed on injured reserve following an MRI on the injury that saw him exit Sunday's 33-10 loss to the Miami Dolphins.The 2017 first-round draft pick missed five games earlier on this season due to a hamstring injury, with a player, by rule, unable to return from injured reserve twice in a season.McCaffrey also sat out 13 games in 2020 through injury, meaning he will have missed 23 of 33 games in the last two seasons since being made the NFL's highest-paid running back with a four-year, $64m contract.He finishes the season with 442 rushing yards and a touchdown in addition to 37 catches for 343 yards and a score in seven outings.
4 hours ago | SkySports
Vikings RB Cook 'day to day' with shoulder injury
The Minnesota Vikings face an anxious wait to find out the full extent of the shoulder injury that saw Dalvin Cook carted off in the third quarter of Sunday's 34-26 loss to the San Francisco 49ers. Cook was in visible pain and required on-field treatment before exiting the game having endured a hard hit from defensive tackle Kevin Givens.NFL Network's Ian Rapoport claimed afterwards that Minnesota's star running back had sustained a dislocation, with an MRI expected to produce more conclusive results.The 49ers had recovered the fumble Cook lost on the play in question, turning it into a Robbie Gould field goal to extend their lead to eight points.Cook finished the game with 10 carries for 39 yards, lifting his tally on the year to 773 yards and four touchdowns from 171 touches on the ground.
5 hours ago | NBC
Tiger Woods Says a Return to the Top Not a ‘Realistic Expectation'
Tiger Woods told Golf Digest he plans to one day return to the PGA Tour on a part-time basis but doesn't think getting back to the top of the sport is realistic.
5 hours ago | SkySports
Buttler: Team that deals best with distractions will win Ashes
Jos Buttler believes the team which best deals with the disrupted preparations and distractions around the Ashes will win the upcoming series. England have been limited in their red-ball match practice for the Ashes, with day one of the side's second planned warm-up match against England Lions abandoned due to consistent rain in Queensland.Meanwhile, Australia are recovering from the shock resignation of former captain Tim Paine, with the first of the five-Test series due to begin in Brisbane on December 8."Around the Ashes, there's always certain things going on and the guys that can deal with the distractions an Ashes series throws up ... is the team that's going to play best," Buttler said.
5 hours ago | CBS Sports
Seahawks vs Washington: Pete Carroll speaks after loss on Monday Night Football | CBS Sports HQ
Hear from Seahawks coach Pete Carroll after the loss to Washington on Monday Night Football.
5 hours ago | SkySports
NRL to Super League 2022 - Part one
Part one of our series which sees us take a look at the players who will be making the switch to Super League from the NRL for the 2022 season…Mitchell Pearce (Catalans Dragons)Signed from: Newcastle Knights.Position: Stand-off.Major honours: 1x NRL Grand Final (2013), 1x World Club Challenge (2014), 19 State of Origin appearances for New South Wales.James Maloney's decision to retire from top-flight rugby league created a vacancy in the halves and the Catalans have moved to fill it by bringing in another former NRL winner in State of Origin stand-off Pearce. The French club will be hoping Pearce has the same impact in Perpignan as Maloney did during his two seasons there.Dylan Napa (Catalans Dragons)
5 hours ago | ESPN
Sources: Bobo out as Auburn's OC after one year
Auburn offensive coordinator Mike Bobo is out after just one season with the Tigers, sources told ESPN's Adam Rittenberg on Monday, confirming an earlier report.Bobo was brought in by first-year coach Bryan Harsin, and the Tigers showed flashes of offensive efficiency during the season, but they ultimately ended 6-6 and way out of contention in the SEC West.Auburn finished 3-5 in the SEC, but perhaps Bobo would still be with the program had the Tigers held on for what would have been a massive upset last week.In the Iron Bowl, Auburn lost to Alabama 24-22 in four overtimes after holding a 10-point lead in the fourth quarter. The result might have been different if Tigers starting quarterback Bo Nix was healthy. Nix missed the game with an injury and backup T.J. Finley finished 17-of-26 for just 137 yards. He managed two touchdown passes but was also picked off once by the Crimson Tide.
5 hours ago | CBS Sports
Seahawks vs Washington: Ron Rivera speaks after win on Monday Night Football | CBS Sports HQ
Hear from Washington coach Ron Rivera after the win over the Seahawks on Monday Night Football.
5 hours ago | CBS Sports
Washington defense shuts down Russell Wilson, Seahawks [Full Recap] | CBS Sports HQ
Full recap of the Seahawks-Washington game on Monday Night Football.
6 hours ago | ESPN
Jonas Valanciunas showers SEVEN 3s in CAREER night over Clippers! ⚡
Jonas Valanciunas played out of his mind dropping a ridiculous, career-high 39 PTS, 15 REB, 3 AST & 2 STL becoming the first player to go at least 7-7 on 3-pointers in a half since Trevor Ariza on March 1, 2014 and joining Stephen Curry as the only players this season with 35 PTS, 10 REB & 7 3PM in a game.
6 hours ago | SkySports
Late interception lifts Washington to win over Seahawks
J.D. McKissic scored two touchdowns and Kendall Fuller intercepted a potential game-tying two-point conversion pass in the end zone as the Washington Football Team nipped the Seattle Seahawks 17-15 on Monday night. Washington (5-6) took the lead for good when McKissic rushed 10 yards for a tie-breaking touchdown with 8:30 left in the third quarter before Antonio Gibson ran it in for two, with kicker Joey Slye out due to a hamstring injury.That became the difference when Seattle (3-8) drove 10 plays and 96 yards to pull within two points when Russell Wilson hit Freddie Swain with a 32-yard scoring strike with 15 seconds left after Heinicke's fourth-down pass to Logan Thomas at the goalline had been ruled incomplete on video review. Wilson went back to his wide receiver on the two-point conversion, but saw his pass intercepted by Fuller.
6 hours ago | ESPN
Rockets players demand Kevin Porter Jr. get rebound to record first career triple-double 🙏 | #shorts
Rockets players demand Kevin Porter Jr. get rebound to record first career triple-double 🙏 | #shorts
6 hours ago | MSN
Seahawks vs. Washington final score, highlights: Washington wins third straight behind strong game from Antonio Gibson
Thanks to an intercepted two-point conversion attempt and a failed onside kick with 14 seconds left, Washington took care of business at home on Monday, dispatching Seattle 17-15.Russell Wilson led Seattle on a potential game tying drive which started at his team's own 3-yard line with 2:19 left and no timeouts. The Seahawks eventually marched down the field before Wilson hit Freddie Swain in the end zone for a 32-yard touchdown. The catch was Swain's only of the night.In an attempt to send the game to overtime, Wilson went for the two-point conversion, only to have it intercepted with 14 seconds left. Following two onside kick attempts and a recovery by Washington, that put the game away and dropped Seattle to 3-8.
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