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Jets and Colts tonight...Seahawks beat Panthers last night...new AP hoops poll today



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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — The Jets and Colts are squaring off in the NFL game this evening in East Rutherford, New Jersey. At 5-6 on the season, the Colts with a win would grab a share of first-place in the weak AFC South. To help the Colts earn that spot they will have quarterback Andrew Luck back for the game after missing a game with a concussion.

SEATTLE (A) — The NFL game last night was in Seattle, and the Seahawks beat up on the Panthers 40-7. Thomas Rawls ran for 103 yards and two touchdowns in the first half and Russell Wilson completed 26 of 36 for 277 yards and one TD for the winners. The loss leaves the defending NFC champion Panthers with a record of 4-8 while Seattle improved to 8-3-1.

UNDATED (AP) — A new Associated Press men's basketball poll will be coming out later today and Kentucky may not be No. 1 any longer. The Wildcats were upset by UCLA last week and that opened the door for second-ranked Villanova to take over the No. 1 position.

UNDATED (AP) — The scene is set for the national semifinals in the college football playoff. The pairings have top-seed Alabama playing No. 4 Washington with second-seed Clemson going against third-seed Ohio State. The national title game will take place Jan. 9 in Tampa.

UNDATED (AP) — The winner baseball meetings take place this week in suburban Washington, D.C., and according to a person familiar with the negotiations, the Yankees have worked out a deal with free agent outfielder Matt Holliday. Speaking on condition of anonymity the person says the two sides agreed to a $13 million, one-year contract.

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