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SC Not Top Plays
"SportsCenter" presents this week's worst plays in sports.
Sherman Calls Out Niners' Fans
Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman criticizes San Francisco 49ers fans, saying they can't compare to the "12th man" in Seattle.
Badgers' Celebratory Spike Hits Teammate
Wisconsin forward Sam Dekker celebrates the Badgers' 68-65 win over Georgetown by spiking the ball and accidentally hitting his teammate.