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UNDATED (AP) — Today's bowl schedule features three games, with two of them taking place this afternoon. In the first contest, the Birmingham Bowl Game, 25th-ranked South Florida is playing South Carolina. In the second, the Belk Bowl in Charlotte, North Carolina, No. 18 Virginia Tech is facing Arkansas.

PHOENIX (AP) — A day after losing to the Warriors in Oakland the Toronto Raptors are in Phoenix tonight to play the Suns. The Atlantic Division-leading Raptors were stopped by the Warriors by 10 points and enter this evening's game 22-9, good for the second-best record in the Eastern Conference.

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — In a good matchup of Pac-12 teams last night second-ranked UCLA was beaten by No. 21 Oregon 89-87. Dillon Brooks of the Ducks nailed a 3-pointer with 0.8 seconds left to send Oregon to the win.

UNDATED (AP) — NHL champion Pittsburgh is back atop the league standings with 53 points. The Penguins moved past idle Columbus last night with a 3-2 win over Carolina. In the win Sidney Crosby notched his league-high 26th goal and Carl Hagelin (HAG'-lihn) provided the tiebreaking tally with 4:15 remaining.

LONDON (AP) — In case you missed it yesterday, former world No. 1 Ana Ivanovic (ee-VAH'-noh-vich) announced her retirement from competitive tennis. The 29-year-old says she is no longer able to play at the highest level because of injuries. Ivanovic was ranked No. 1 in women's tennis in 2008, the year she won the French Open.

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