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CINCINNATI (AP) — The Cincinnati Bengals suffered a double loss in falling 33-20 to Pittsburgh yesterday. Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton suffered a broken thumb while making a tackle following his interception to Pittsburgh defensive end Stephon Tuitt on a shovel pass in the first quarter. The outcome leaves the Bengals 10-3 and prevented them from wrapping up the AFC North title.
UNDATED (AP) — The Associated Press has released its annual All-America football team. Heisman Trophy winner Derrick Henry of Alabama and finalists Deshaun Watson of Clemson and Christian McCaffrey of Stanford lead the way. Henry and LSU's Leonard Fournette are first-team running backs, Watson is the quarterback and McCaffrey made the squad after setting an NCAA record for all-purpose yards this season.
AMES, Iowa (AP) — The Iowa State Cyclones will likely climb from fourth to third when The Associated Press men's basketball poll is released today. Jameel McKay scored 18 points and had eight rebounds as Iowa State topped Arkansas-Pine Bluff 78-64 to improve to 9-0. Matt Thomas had 17 points in his first start of the season for the Cyclones, who were in action a day after No. 3 North Carolina was beaten by Texas.
GREENVILLE, N.C. (AP) — East Carolina has hired Duke offensive coordinator Scottie Montgomery as its head coach. This is the first head coaching position for the 37-year-old Montgomery, who has served two stints at Duke with a three-year run on the Pittsburgh Steelers' staff in between. Duke's offense ranked third in the Atlantic Coast Conference this year with 431 yards per game.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — Jordan Morris scored twice and Stanford buried four of its five shots to win its first NCAA title in men's soccer, a 4-0 win over Clemson. Stanford's four goals were the most in a College Cup final since St. John's had four in the 1996 title game. The Cardinal needed just 87 seconds to take the lead when Corey Baird and Eric Verso helped set up Morris' first goal.
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