NFL playoff matchups set...Harbaugh leaves Niners...Stony Brook shocks Washington

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UNDATED (AP) — The Seattle Seahawks, Green Bay Packers and Carolina Panthers won NFC division titles yesterday. Marshawn Lynch scored the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter of the Seahawks' 20-6 win over St. Louis, Aaron Rodgers threw for two TDs and ran for another in the Packers' 30-20 win over Detroit, and Roman Harper and Tre Boston returned interceptions for touchdowns as the Panthers whipped Atlanta 34-3. Seattle and Green Bay will have first-round byes in the NFC playoffs, while the Lions visit Dallas and the Panthers host Arizona.

UNDATED (AP) — The AFC North is sending three teams to the playoffs, with Pittsburgh going in as division champs following a 27-17 victory against Cincinnati. The Ravens extended their season by scoring the last 17 points in a 20-10 triumph over Cleveland, while San Diego was losing 19-7 at Kansas City. The Bengals and Ravens are on the road for the AFC wild-card round, beginning with Baltimore's game at Pittsburgh on Saturday and Indianapolis hosting Cincinnati on Sunday.

SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — Jim Harbaugh announced yesterday that he's coached his final game with the San Francisco 49ers, although he wouldn't say whether he is indeed about to accept the job at alma mater, Michigan. Harbaugh wouldn't say if he resigned or was fired, but Niners CEO Jed York called it a mutual parting of the ways. Harbaugh guided the 49ers to three straight NFC championship games before missing the playoffs this season at 8-8.

SEATTLE (AP) — Stony Brook pulled off the biggest upset during Sunday's top-25 men's basketball schedule. Stony Brook overcame a late 11-point deficit to stun No. 13 Washington 61-57. Jameel Warney led the Seawolves with 15 points, including a go-ahead runner with 30 seconds left.

UNDATED (AP) — The Anaheim Ducks and Florida Panthers won yesterday's NHL games. The Ducks pulled out a 2-1 victory over Vancouver on Cam Fowler's goal at 2:42 of overtime. The Panthers trailed 4-2 before scoring four times in the third period of a 6-4 triumph over the Toronto Maple Leafs.

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