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ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Randy Bullock atoned for a couple of bad kicks by drilling a 40-yard field goal with 36 seconds left to complete the Jets' fourth-quarter comeback in a 19-16 win over the Cowboys. Bullock missed an extra point and was wide right on a 45-yard field-goal attempt at the end of halftime before helping the Jets improve to 9-5. The Jets trailed 13-9 until Ryan Fitzpatrick engineered a 70-yard drive that ended with a three-yard TD pass to Eric Decker with 9:01 remaining.

NEW YORK (AP) — A couple of top-10 men's basketball teams suffered losses in New York on Saturday afternoon. Marc Loving and Keita Bates-Diop (kahp) each scored 14 points as Ohio State topped No. 4 Kentucky 74-67 in Brooklyn. Kyle Kuzma scored 21 points and Jakob Poeltl (YAH'-kahb PUR'-tul) added 19 and 14 rebounds in Utah's 77-75 overtime triumph against seventh-ranked Duke at Madison Square Garden.

UNDATED (AP) — Denzel Valentine contributed 17 points, six assists and five rebounds as top-ranked Michigan State beat Northeastern 78-58 to improve to 12-0, matching the best 12-game start in team history. Perry Ellis had 18 points and nine rebounds as second-ranked Kansas buried Montana 88-46. Buddy Hield (HEE'-uld) scored a career-high 33 points to help No. 3 Oklahoma pull away from Creighton, 87-74.

NEW YORK (AP) — Indiana Pacers forward Paul George has been fined $35,000 by the NBA for public criticism of officiating and using profanity in a live television interview. George made the comments following the Pacers' 104-97 home victory over Brooklyn on Friday night.

MONTREAL (AP) — Former Montreal Canadiens left winger and Hockey Hall of Famer Dickie Moore has died at 84. Moore twice led the NHL in scoring and was named a First Team All-Star during his 12 seasons with the Canadiens. He came out of retirement to help the St. Louis Blues reach the 1968 finals, scoring seven goals and 14 points in 18 postseason games.

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