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Tennessee Titans vs. Cincinnati Bengals game highlights, final score in NFL Playoffs

Watch highlights of the Tennessee Titans’ AFC Divisional Playoff game against the Cincinnati Bengals on Saturday in Nissan Stadium.

Tennessee rested last week in the rewards of the No. 1 seed in the AFC, while Cincinnati won in the wild card round against Las Vegas in the team’s first playoff victory in 31 years.

Check out the highlights below.

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Tennessee Titans vs. Cincinnati Bengals game highlights, score

Bengals safety Jesse Bates picks off Ryan Tannehill on first play, leads to Cincinnati field goal

Titans defense racking up the sacks early

Ja’Marr Chase’s 57-yard catch-and-run leads to another Bengals FG

A.J. Brown 43-yard reception jumpstarts Tennessee’s offense

Titans 6, Bengals

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No. 11 Memphis Tigers vs. St. Louis Billikens basketball video highlights, final score

The Memphis Tigers men’s basketball team meets the St. Louis Billikens in a non-conference contest on Tuesday, Nov. 16.

Memphis defeated St. Louis 90-74.

The SLU Billikens went to 3-1 overall. The Memphis Tigers, ranked No. 11 in The Associated Press poll, improved to 3-0 overall.

Here are the top plays from the game.

Memphis’ Emoni Bates deep 3-pointer

Memphis forward Emoni Bates hit a deep 3-pointer with 14:22 left in the second half. He put Memphis up 58-37 vs. St. Louis.

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Memphis’ Tyler Harris 3-pointer

Memphis Tigers guard Tyler Harris hit a left-wing 3-pointer with 1:56 left in the first half. Harris’ basket put Memphis up 35-23 vs. St. Louis.

Memphis’ Jalen Duren dunk

Memphis Tigers center Jalen Duren dunked on a lob pass from Alex Lomax with 10:15 left

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Duke pushes past Kentucky to kick off Coach K’s final season

Coach K’s send-off tour got off to the perfect start on Tuesday night.

Mike Krzyzewski and No. 9 Duke mounted a big second-half run to power past No. 10 Kentucky on Tuesday night 79-71 at Madison Square Garden in the Champions Classic — which officially kicked off the 2021-22 men’s college basketball season.

The night marked the first of many sure to be highlighted by Krzyzewski, who will retire at the end of the season after more than four decades leading the Blue Devils.

Duke and Kentucky were locked in a close battle through the first 20 minutes on Tuesday night, and the Wildcats jumped to a slight lead just minutes into the second half after trailing by four at the break.

That, though, is when Duke turned it on. The Blue Devils mounted a huge 18-4 run over a nearly eight-minute span to break open a 15-point lead.

Though

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Hamilton’s QB vomited during the final TD pass of the wild comeback over Bishop Gorman

As if the Hamilton High School (Chandler, Ariz.) comeback victory over Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas) couldn’t get any crazier, Huskies quarterback Nicco Marchiol led the comeback while sick. Sick enough that he threw up during game play.



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Sick enough that he vomited as the football was being snapped to him on the final touchdown throw of the night, the one that would end up putting the Huskies in position to complete a two-point conversion and complete the 25-24 comeback victory in which they scored 18 points in less than 70 seconds.

And of course they went for the two-point conversion. After all, with your quarterback sick and all the momentum after recovering two onside kicks and scoring two touchdowns, you’re not going to allow overtime to take place.

There’s even video of the incident.

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