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January 3, 2022

The NFL moved closer to the playoffs. The Bengals beat the Chiefs to clinch the AFC North. The Ravens lost their fifth straight to hurt their chances.
College bowl games saw some drama. Ohio State rallied to win the Rose Bowl. Oklahoma State came back from 28-7 down to beat Notre Dame. No drama in the national semifinals as Alabama and Georgia rolled.
It was a tough week as the sports world lost two amazing people, Hall of Famer Sam Jones and Dan Reeves.
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December 27th, 2021

The Green Bay Packers moved to 12-3 with a win over Cleveland. Tennessee rallied for a big win over San Francisco. Joe Burrow threw for 525 yards and four TDs as the Bengals swept the Ravens.
The Warriors took down the Suns in a big Christmas Day game. The Nets beat the Lakers.
College basketball had a light week. Tennessee handed Arizona its first loss of the season. Davidson stunned Alabama.
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December 20th, 2021

Congratulations to Stephen Curry, who broke the NBA record for three-pointers made. He passed Ray Allen and did it at Madison Square Garden, the Mecca of basketball.
It was a wild week in college basketball with a number of cancellations. Kentucky was supposed to play Ohio State but instead faced North Carolina and it was blowout city over the Tar Heels.
The Miami Dolphins won their sixth straight game, beating the NY Jets. The Green Bay Packers edged the Baltimore Ravens.
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December 13th, 2021

Congratulations to Bryce Young on his Heisman Trophy win. Alabama had Davonte Smith last year and now Young.
College basketball saw #1 Purdue knocked off by Rutgers on a Ron Harper Jr. half court shot at the buzzer. Baylor will take over the top spot in the rankings after a beatdown of Villanova.
The Kansas City Chiefs were impressive in blowing out the Raiders. Tom Brady led the Bucs to an overtime win over the Bills.
Also, UFC saw a shock city as Amanda Nunes lost to Julianna Pena.
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December 6th, 2021

Another great week in sports.
Alabama knocked off Georgia to win the SEC title. Th final four in college football became Alabama, Michigan, Georgia, Cincinnati.
The NBA saw the largest margin in league history. The Oklahoma City Thunder lost by 73 points!
Purdue showed why they are number one in college hoops, beating Florida State and Iowa. North Carolina had a nice win over Michigan.
Unfortunately baseball entered a lockout. We will see how long that lasts.
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Quote of the Week

"123-90 was not that close. A whipping as Mark Cuban’s Mavs blew out Phoenix in game seven. Luka Doncic was incredible as the Suns fell short."
-Dick Vitale