2 Hours ago
Zach Abey keeps the ball on the option and breaks a couple tackles to score a 41-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter for Navy in a tight game against Army.
Grayson Allen runs up the court with a head of speed, gets the ball and then flies to the hoop throwing down a ridiculous dunk for the Duke.
4 Hours ago
Josh Hart's double-double of 37 points and 11 rebounds leads No. 1 Villanova to a 74-66 win over No. 23 Notre Dame.
3 Hours ago
High school RB Nas West of Steel Valley high school (Pa.) runs into a barrage of defenders but refuses to be tackled. West maintains his balance, spins out of two tackles and breaks free for a 60-yard touchdown run.
Kansas has everything going against Nebraska, including Devonte' Graham getting the friendly roll from a deep 3-pointer to end the half with a 54-34 lead.
8 Hours ago
Lee Corso makes his pick for No. 25 Navy at Army.
6 Hours ago
South Dakota State confuses the North Dakota State defense with a trick play that allows Brady Mengarelli to run into the end zone untouched for a 5-yard touchdown.
9 Hours ago
The kidnapping of the Army mule and the Navy goat are expressly forbidden yet they happen, and the successful operations have become legend.
10 Hours ago
1963 Heisman Trophy winner Roger Staubach joins College GameDay to weigh in on Navy's 14-game win streak over Army, and how he feels the Midshipmen will fare starting their backup quarterback.
11 Hours ago
Michigan's Jabrill Peppers joins SportsCenter to explain how his brother Don, who was killed when Jabrill was 14, motivates him to be the best player he can be to honor him.
Louisville's Lamar Jackson joins College GameDay to share his expectations for the Heisman Trophy ceremony, as well as explains how it feels to be in New York City for the first time in his life.
17 Hours ago
Russell Westbrook's triple-double dominance continues, putting up his seventh straight and tying Michael Jordan and Oscar Robertson for most consecutive triple-doubles in NBA history, but it came in a Thunder loss.
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