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The 20th-ranked Ducks had the No. 7 Cardinal on the ropes before Saturday's night's clash in Eugene inexplicably turned Stanford's way.
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The Terps looked like a different team from the week before, jumping out early and never letting up on the way to a 42-13 victory.
Washington earns a 6-0 win but is mathematically eliminated from the playoff race.

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Kyler Murray threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to CeeDee Lamb in overtime, and Parnell Motley intercepted Kelvin Hopkins’ fourth-down pass to help No. 5 Oklahoma escape with a 28-21 overtime victory over Army.

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SMU beat Navy 31-30 for its first win over the Midshipmen in 20 years.

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Butler and Towns made news for very different – but related – reasons Saturday, as Minnesota continues to supply the NBA with plenty of drama.

The Stags won an admittedly ugly game on the road Saturday.

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A five-under 65 on Saturday at the Tour Championship put Woods, in search of a victory for the first time since the 2013 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, up by three shots.

The Stags’ offense was slow to get going. Eventually they made enough plays to pull out a 27-18 win.

Baltimore fell, 3-2, in extra innings to the New York Yankees.

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The Monarchs entered the game with no wins and as a four-touchdown underdog. The rest is history.

A previously redacted section said that on two occasions the school’s athletic director at the time proposed shifting oversight of athletes’ health care away from College Park. One of the proposals has been previously reported by The Post.

Snowden has an interception, sack and fumble recovery as Virginia holds a conference opponent without a touchdown for the first time since 2009.

Washington is through the first week of training camp, and the preseason roster is down to 43.

The Nationals' top prospect is continuing to adjust to playing the position at the major league level.

“We needed both quarterbacks last year, and we’ll need them both again this year," Saban said.

Washington had signed the former first-round pick earlier this week as the team continues to deal with injuries among its receivers.

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