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Jordan Webb pass intercepted by Gerald Bowman at the USC 1, returned for 20 yards to the USC 21.
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Highlight Of The Night: Marc Gasol's 3-pointer sent the game to overtime where the Grizzlies needed three overtimes to put away the Spurs 117-116.
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Andy Katz breaks down Thursday night's matchup between UConn and Duke, as the defending champs look to slow Mike Krzyzewski's march to 1,000 wins.
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Mitch Sherman discusses the profanity-filled rant recently fired Nebraska coach Bo Pelini delivered to his former players where he criticized athletic director Shawn Eichorst.
Adam Schefter discusses the latest news on Chargers QB Philip Rivers, who is expected to play Saturday against the 49ers despite battling a back injury.
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