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February 15, 2021

The NCAA Tournament selection committee announced their midseason top 16 teams. The Big 12 and Big Ten combined for nine of the 16 slots.
Gonzaga remained unbeaten with a blowout win at San Francisco. That gave the Zags a 24th consecutive 20-win season.
Daniel Berger eagled the 18th hole to win at Pebble Beach.
Congrats to Maryland women’s basketball coach Brenda Frese, who earned her 500th victory at the school.
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February 8th, 2021

Tampa Bay won the Super Bowl, easily beating Kansas City, 31-9. Tom Brady got his seventh ring and Super Bowl MVP.
College basketball saw a number of upsets. East Carolina earned its first win over a top 25 team, stunning Houston. Creighton lost to a Georgetown team that came in 4-8. Florida lost at home to South Carolina. Villanova fell to St. John’s. Virginia Tech lost to Pittsburgh.
The Dodgers signed NL Cy Young award winner Trevor Bauer. It was a three-year deal worth $102 million.
The first Grand Slam tennis tournament began. The Australian Open began late, but stars are there. Serena Williams won her first round match.
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February 1, 2021

It was an interesting week in terms of transactions.
The Rams and Lions swapped QBs. The Rams got Matthew Stafford while the Lions added Jared Goff. Detroit added draft picks in the deal.
The Cardinals added third baseman Nolan Arenado from Colorado.
Gonzaga and Baylor rolled on. Kansas fell for the fourth time in five games.
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January 25, 2021

The Super Bowl is set. Tom Brady vs. Patrick Mahomes. The Bucs are the first home team in Super Bowl history.
Tampa Bay takes on Kansas City, which beat a tough Buffalo team in the AFC title game.
College hoops took another hit with Michigan being sidelined for two weeks minimum. Baylor stayed unbeaten with big wins over Kansas and Oklahoma State. Kansas dropped its third straight contest.
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January 18, 2021

The NFL Final Four is set. The NFC Championship features two great QBs, Aaron Rodgers vs. Tom Brady as the Packers host the Bucs. The AFC title game has the Bills against the Chiefs.

College basketball is down four unbeaten left. Gonzaga, Baylor, Winthrop and Drake have a zero in the loss column. Michigan fell from the unbeaten ranks, losing to Minnesota.

The NBA saw big news as the Nets acquired James Harden to go with Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving.

The NHL started its season and the Lightning got off to a great start.

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