>>College Football Playoff Field Set
(Grapevine, TX) — The field for this year’s College Football Playoff is set. Top-ranked Alabama faces fourth-ranked Washington in the Peach Bowl in Atlanta. Second-ranked Clemson clashes with number-three Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl in Arizona. Both semifinal games are December 31st.
>>Brady Sets All-Time Wins Mark
(Foxboro, MA) — Patriots star Tom Brady is the winningest quarterback in NFL history. Brady snapped a tie with former rival Peyton Manning with yesterday’s 26-10 win over the Rams. Including the postseason, Brady has captured 201 career victories.
>>Bears Blast 49ers
(Chicago, IL) — Jordan Howard rushed for 117 yards and three scores as the Bears blasted the 49ers, 26-6, at Soldier Field. Matt Barkley passed for 192 yards to help Chicago stop a three-game skid. The 3-and-9 Bears visit the Lions on Sunday.
>>Seahawks Smoke Panthers On “SNF”
(Seattle, WA) — Thomas Rawls rushed for 106 yards and two touchdowns as the Seahawks smoked the Panthers, 40-7, in Seattle. The ‘Hawks sit alone atop the NFC West at 8-3-and-1. Carolina quarterback Cam Newton was benched by head coach Ron Rivera for the opening series for a dress code violation.
>>Cowboys Clinch Playoff Spot
(Arlington, TX) — The Cowboys are going to the playoffs for the 32nd time in team history. Dallas clinched a spot in the postseason with Washington’s 31-23 loss to Arizona. The 11-and-1 Cowboys can capture the NFC East title with a win over the Giants this week on “Sunday Night Football”.
>>Colts Clash With Jets
(East Rutherford, NJ) — The Colts clash with the New York Jets tonight at MetLife Stadium. Indy is 5-and-6 on the year, while the Titans and Texans are first in the AFC South at 6-and-6. Andrew Luck has been cleared to play after missing the last game with a concussion. Kick-off is at 7:30. You can listen to the game “live” on Talk 101 FM
>>Jets Get By Blackhawks
(Chicago, IL) — Andrew Copp’s goal with just under five minutes left in the third gave the Jets a 2-1 win over the Blackhawks in Chicago. Artemi Panarin lit the lamp in the third for the Blackhawks, who have lost their last two. Scott Darling stopped 30 shots in defeat. The ‘Hawks host the Coyotes tomorrow night.
>>Yankees Sign Holliday To One-Year Deal
(Bronx, NY) — Veteran slugger Matt Holliday is heading to New York. Multiple reports say Holliday has agreed to a one-year, 13-million-dollar deal with the Yankees. The 36-year-old hit 20 home runs with the Cardinals last year.