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When: Thursday, 4:30 p.m. ET. Where: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas. TV: Fox The last time the Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys met in December 2013, the NFC East tit. . .
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It’s probably not hyperbole to say that this Thursday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks is the biggest remaining game on the San Francisco 49ers’ schedule.  A Week 17 game a. . .

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- An Ohio State football player was reported missing by his family after he left his apartment, was uncharacteristically absent from two practices and did. . .
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No. 5 TCU forces six turnovers, routs Texas

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The 5-0 Maryland Terrapins are off to a hot start this season, but keeping it up will be challenging without the services of star guard Dez Wells. According to Roman Stubbs o. . .
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Dez Wells made just five of his 20 field goal attempts against Iowa State. This injury may be the reason why.

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Heading into the Thanksgiving weekend, there could be movement on the Jon Lester front. Or not. Tuesday, CSN Chicago reported that the Cubs had made a significant c. . .
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Reliever Ernesto Frieri and the Tampa Bay Rays have agreed to an $800,000, one-year contract.

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Canes Country
Take a break from all that Black Friday shopping and tune in for a Metro match-up as the Canes and Pens meet for their first of two this weekend. Carolina Hurric. . .
Yardbarker
We've all heard of heart-stopping saves by hockey goalies. Well how about a heart-saving one?That's what happened when a amateur Canadian hockey league netminder rushed into t. . .

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Two-time former champion Greg Chalmers took a one-stroke lead Friday at the Australian Open after a 5-under 66, while marquee attractions Rory McIlroy and Adam Scott weren't f. . .
ESPN
Can you love golf too much? If you're asking that question, you probably don't want to hear the answer. Here's a quick test to see where you stand, writes ESPN.com's Kevin Maguire.
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