Henry takes Heisman...Navy beats Army again...Warriors' streak ends

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NEW YORK (AP) — Derrick Henry has won the Heisman Trophy after helping the Crimson Tide reach the CFP semifinals for the second straight year. Henry led the nation with an SEC-record 1,986 rushing yards and 23 touchdowns for the 12-1 Tide. Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey finished second in the balloting, followed by quarterback DeShaun Watson of Clemson.

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — No. 21 Navy ran its winning streak over Army to 14 games by holding off the upset-minded Cadets 21-17. Keenan Reynolds' second rushing TD was his 85th career score, the most for any FBS or FCS Division I player. Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo (nee-ah-mah-tah-LOH'-voh) improved to 8-0 against the 2-10 Black Knights, two days before he is set to visit BYU to talk about the Cougars' coaching vacancy.

MILWAUKEE (AP) — The Golden State Warriors were and NBA-record 24-0 until Greg Monroe scored 18 points to lead the Bucks past the defending champions, 108-95. The Warriors trailed by double digits much of the night and shot just 6-for-26 from 3-point range after entering the game averaging 13 treys this season. The Warriors had won 28 straight dating to last season, five off the record held by the 1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers.

UNDATED (AP) — Texas pulled off the biggest surprise on Saturday's college basketball schedule Javan Felix drained a short jumper at the buzzer to give Texas an 84-82 win over third-ranked North Carolina. The winning play was reviewed for several minutes before the basket was called good. Felix hit five 3-pointers and finished with 25 points for the 6-3 Longhorns.

UNDATED (AP) — The Washington Capitals have stretched their lead in the NHL's Metropolitan Division to two points over the New York Rangers, and they remain one point behind the Eastern Conference-leading Montreal Canadiens. Braden Holtby made 14 of his 35 saves in the third period to secure the Caps' 2-1 triumph at Tampa Bay. Goals by Brian Flynn, Max Pacioretty (pash-ah-REH'-tee) and Jeff Petry (PEE'-tree) led the Canadiens past Ottawa 3-1, and the Rangers erased a 4-1 deficit in the third period before losing 5-4 on TJ Brodie's overtime goal.

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