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No sparring, no problem: Holloway seizes the moment on UFC Fight Island
Max Holloway looked unstoppable vs. top featherweight Calvin Kattar, but should we really be surprised?[read more]

MMA Rank 10-1: Surprises in the top 10, but not at No. 1
Who will have the best 2021? Here are the fighters we predict have the best outlook this year.[read more]

NFL playoffs divisional-round guide: Picks, bold predictions and more for Sunday's games
What to watch for in every game. Bold predictions. Key stats to know. And, of course, score predictions. It's all here for each game.[read more]

Harden drops 30-point triple-double in Nets debut
James Harden became the first NBA player ever to drop a 30-point triple-double in their debut for a team. He had 32 points, 14 assists and 11 rebounds in his first game for the Nets.[read more]

Holloway pummels, taunts Kattar in lopsided win
In one of the most one-sided main events in UFC history, Max Holloway pummeled and even taunted Calvin Kattar en route to a dominant decision victory Saturday.[read more]

Sources: Marshall set to hire Tide's Huff as coach
Marshall is expected to hire Alabama associate head coach/running backs coach Charles Huff as its new head coach, sources confirmed to ESPN on Saturday.[read more]

Pacers' LeVert out after mass found on kidney
Newly acquired Pacers wing Caris LeVert is out indefinitely after an MRI revealed a small mass on his left kidney.[read more]

Rodgers relishes long-awaited title game at home
Aaron Rodgers will make his fifth appearance in the NFC Championship Game -- and first at Lambeau Field -- next weekend after the top-seeded Packers beat the Rams on Saturday.[read more]

Bills back to AFC championship after 27-year wait
Sparked by cornerback Taron Johnson's record-tying 101-yard interception return for a touchdown in the third quarter, the Bills defeated the Ravens 17-3 on Saturday night to advance to the AFC Championship Game for the first time since the 1993 season.[read more]

The legend of Baker Mayfield and Patrick Mahomes' 2016 epic
In 2016, the two future NFL stars led their teams to 1,708 total yards in Oklahoma's win over Texas Tech.[read more]