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‘One of the most dangerous plays I’ve ever seen:’ Duke’s Coach K reacts to flagrant foul during win vs. Clemson

CLEMSON, S.C. — Mike Krzyzewski didn’t enter Thursday’s postgame press conference upset but relieved that one of his players left the Littlejohn Coliseum without a serious injury.

Clemson senior guard David Collins undercut Duke’s Wendell Moore on a fast-break dunk with 3:01 left in the first half, sending the junior forward flying dangerously through the air while luckily avoiding a head-to-floor collision.

Moore, who crashed to the ground awkwardly on his right hip and side, quickly sprang to his feet while officials called an intentional foul on Collins. An irate Coach K, 74, raced from the bench to the opponent’s baseline to check on Moore.

“He didn’t see himself. We saw him,” Krzyzewski said of Moore. “He was parallel to the ground eight feet up in the air. That was one of the most dangerous plays I’ve ever seen, and I’m not knocking Collins, but I’ve never seen a player

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Michigan vs. Georgia results: Stetson Bennett’s 3 TDs lead Bulldogs to blowout win in CFP semifinal

The College Football Playoff National Championship Game will be an SEC championship game rematch.

No. 3 Georgia established early that it was more than capable of bouncing back from a stinging conference championship loss to Alabama, opening up a 17-point lead against No. 2 Michigan.

The matchup only got worse from there. Georgia added two more touchdowns to complete a 34-11 rout in the Orange Bowl on Friday. The Bulldogs outgained the Wolverines 515-325.

Georgia quarterback Stetson Bennett completed 21 of 31 passes for 307 yards and three touchdowns.

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Georgia began the game on offense and took just 4:11 to drive 80 yards, capped by a 9-yard touchdown pass from Bennett to Brock Bowers.

Michigan couldn’t respond on the ensuing drive, and Georgia came right back with another scoring drive, this one ending on a trick play. Running back

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Tom Brady: I’d Like to Do Overhand Toss of Lombardi Trophy If Bucs Win Super Bowl | Bleacher Report

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Tom Brady has already played catch with the Lombardi Trophy, tossing it underhand to tight end Cameron Brate during the Tampa Bay Buccaneers boat parade following their Super Bowl title. 

But the great ones are always pushing themselves further, and Brady wants to evolve as well. So his New Year’s resolution this year very specifically involves the Lombardi Trophy.

“I do think what I’d like to do is complete an overhand toss with the Lombardi Trophy,” he told Jim Gray on his weekly Let’s Go podcast (h/t Joey Knight of the Tampa Bay Times.) “None of this Patrick Mahomes underhand throw that he always does. I’ve got to complete one overhand Lombardi Trophy toss in a boat parade. That would be a great way to get a new year started right.”

As for how he would grip the trophy, Brady kept his tongue planted firmly in

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Dak Prescott Sends Clear Message To Critics After Last Night’s Win

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott before the Eagles game. The Cowboys are the focus of the 2021 season of Hard Knocks on HBO.

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott before the Eagles game. The Cowboys are the focus of the 2021 season of Hard Knocks on HBO.

These aren’t your older brother’s Dallas Cowboys. There appears to be something different going on in Big D this season and the ‘Boys response in primetime may have put a stamp on that.

Dak Prescott and the Cowboys offense entered Sunday night a bit out of rhythm. But, they certainly found it against NFC East rival Washington. Dallas rolled the WFT 56-14 behind an incredible performance from Dak.

The Cowboys QB completed 28-39 passes for 330 yards and four touchdowns in just three quarters of action. Including a stretch where he went 20-21 on his attempts.

When Prescott took the postgame podium he was immediately asked if the slump was over.

“You tell me?” Dak responded. “I never said we were in a slump. Those were

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