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Buffalo Bills head coach steps down

The Buffalo Bills announced that Doug Marrone exercised an option clause in his contract and resigned as the team’s head coach.

College Football Playoff fans face gamble with travel plans

The bowl trip is a holiday tradition for many college football fans. But this season, the supporters of the four teams playing in the first College Football Playoff are facing a choice about which trip to take: Semifinal or championship game?

Boise State holds off Arizona for Fiesta Bowl win

Jay Ajayi rushed for 134 yards and three touchdowns and Donte Deayon returned an interception for a score as the Broncos downed the Wildcats 38-30 in the Vizio Fiesta Bowl at Glendale, Ariz.

LeBron out with sore knee against Bucks

LeBron James said his sore left knee has been bothering him since before Christmas, and the superstar disputed speculation that he is planning to leave the Cavaliers. James missed his second straight game Wednesday because of his knee. He also sat out Tuesday’s game in Atlanta on his 30th birthday.

RJ Picks: UNLV vs. Wyoming

UNLV opens Mountain West play against Wyoming tonight in Laramie. Tip is at 6:00 p.m.

TCU crushes Ole Miss, 42-3 in Peach Bowl

TCU played like it had a point to make in a resounding 42-3 rout of Mississippi on Wednesday in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl in the Georgia Dome.

 
Lions’ Suh blames steps on Packers’ Rodgers leg on numb feet

Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, who had a one-game suspension reduced to a $70,000 fine, reportedly said during the appeal hearing that his feet were numb from the cold for twice stepping on Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

 
Ravens’ head of security charged with sex offense

The Baltimore Ravens’ security director won’t accompany the team to its playoff game in Pittsburgh after being charged with a sex violation. Darren Sanders, 48, was charged Tuesday with a fourth-degree sexual offense, according to online court records for Baltimore City District Court.

Wyoming’s Nance tough challenge for UNLV in league opener

Wyoming’s Larry Nance Jr. is arguably the best player in the Mountain West. Nance will get an argument from UNLV freshman guard Rashad Vaughn, the league’s leading scorer at 18.1 points per game, and the two will meet on opening night.

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