• Radio-TV for Sunday 11-29

    Updated: 16 min ago

    On the Air Radio Sunday College Basketball 1:30 p.m. — Wisconsin at Oklahoma, KXLS (95.7 FM) Pro Football Noon — Vikings at Cardinals, KCRC (1390 AM) 3 p.m. — Cardinals at 49ers, KCRC (1390 AM) 7:30 p.m. — Patriots at Broncos, KCRC (1390 AM) TV Sunday Pro Football Noon — Giants at Redskins, Channel 8 (KOKH) Noon — Bills at Chiefs, Channel 9 3:15 p.m. — Steelers at Seahawks, Channel 9 7:30 p.m. — Patriots at Broncos, Channel 4 College Basketball 1:30 p.m. — Wisconsin at Oklahoma, ESPN2 11:30 a.m. — Utah State at Duke, ESPNU 11:30 a.m. — Third-place game of Advocare Invitational, ESPN2 1:30 p.m.

  • Middle Tennessee win Great Alaska title, 78-70 over Toledo

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    ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Reggie Upshaw had 18 points, Giddy Potts added 15 and Middle Tennessee held off Toledo 78-70 in the Great Alaska Shootout championship on Saturday night. Darnell Harris' 3-pointer with 1:04 left gave the Blue Raiders (4-1) a 72-63 lead. Jonathan Williams answered with a 3 for Toledo 17 seconds later, but Jaqawn Raymond made four free throws, Perrin Buford added two more and the Rockets were unable to get closer. Raymond finished with 13 points and Buford joined Upshaw and Potts on the All-Tournament Team. Nathan Boothe had 19 points and 12 rebounds for Toledo (4-2), earning the tourney's Most Outstanding Player honors in the loss. Jonathan Williams added a game-high 20 points and also joined t

  • Iowa St Illinois Basketball

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    Iowa State's Monte Morris, left, strips the ball from Illinois' Jalen Coleman-Lands as he dribble past Nazareth Mitrou-Long in the first half of an NCAA college basketball game during the Emerald Coast Classic in Niceville, Fla., Saturday, Nov. 28, 2015.

  • Officer killed in Colorado was co-pastor, figure skater

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    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — Faith led Garrett Swasey to a career in public service and pastoral care, and duty led him to a Planned Parenthood clinic where he was gunned down. The 44-year-old Swasey was the first of three victims to be identified in the shootings Friday at the clinic. Married with two children, Swasey worked as a police officer at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs. He was there when he was called to assist with an active shooter at the nearby clinic. Swasey was originally from Melrose, Massachusetts, where Police Chief Michael Lyle said he dedicated much of his life to helping others.

  • Cal Poly cruises past NAIA Antelope Valley 85-55

    Updated: 5 hr ago

    SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. (AP) — Joel Awich and Brian Bennett scored 14 points apiece to help Cal Poly beat NAIA Antelope Valley 85-55 Saturday night. Awich added eight rebounds and two blocked shots. Bennett made 6 of 8 field goals. Luke Meikle scored 13, Ridge Shipley had 12 points and Reese Morgan added 10 for Cal Poly (4-2). Awich had a layup and a dunk to spark a 17-2 run that pushed the Mustangs' lead to 59-36 midway through the second half. Trevor John's 3-pointer with 2:28 to play gave Cal Poly a 32-point lead, 83-51, its biggest of the game. Antelope Valley made just 22 of 59 (37 percent) field goals, including 4 of 21 from 3-point range. Cal Poly had 21 assists on 34 field goals and outrebounded th

  • UNLV runs away from Prairie View in 2nd half for 80-62 win

    Updated: 5 hr ago

    LAS VEGAS (AP) — Patrick McCaw scored 18 points, Derrick Jones Jr. added 14 and UNLV ran away from Prairie View in the second half to take an 80-62 win Saturday night. Ben Carter hit a pair of free throws and Jones dunked to jump start the second half for the Runnin' Rebels, sparking a 17-2 run that broke open a game that was tied at halftime, 42-42, and giving UNLV (6-1) a 59-44 advantage. Stephen Zimmerman Jr., Jordan Cornish and Carter each added 10 points for UNLV. The Rebels were 24-of-52 shooting from the field (46.2 percent) and knocked down 8 of 20 from beyond the arc while converting 24 of 31 from the free throw line. Tevin Bellinger scored 18 points and Admassu Williams added 12 points and six boards for Pra

  • Northern Illinois holds off Idaho for 66-59 win

    Updated: 5 hr ago

    MOSCOW, Idaho (AP) — Aaric Armstead scored 17 points and had 10 rebounds to lead undefeated Northern Illinois to a 66-59 win over Idaho on Saturday night. Marin Maric added 14 points and 11 boards for the Huskies (6-0), which shot just 35 percent from the field but controlled the glass 41-33. Armstead hit nine of his 11 from the free-throw line. Northern Illinois took the lead for good during a 12-2 run stretching across both sides of the break that was capped by Marshawn Wilson's 3-pointer, making it 41-34 with 14:41 to play. The gap widened to 12 with Levi Bradley's layup midway through the second half before Idaho battled back, cutting it to 63-59 on Victor Sanders' 3-pointer with a minute to play. Maric and Jaylen

  • Hawkinson returns, leads WSU to 77-65 win over Tigers

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    PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) — Temperatures dropped well below freezing Saturday night in Pullman, but the coldest folks in town were playing basketball inside the toasty Beasley Coliseum. The Texas Southern Tigers made just 10 of 33 shots the first 22 minutes before warming to the task, but not before Washington State built a 47-26 halftime lead and coasted to a 77-65 nonconference win. "The first half was the best basketball that we've played since I've been here coaching at Washington State," coach Ernie Kent said, who arrived at WSU last season. "I thought we were awesome. The way we ran, the rhythm of the game, the tempo of the game was outstanding." Texas Southern coach Mike Davis was similarly impressed. "They pla

  • Forte's career night propels Portland St. past Multnomah

    Updated: 5 hr ago

    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Cameron Forte scored a career-high 31 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to help Portland State beat NAIA Multnomah 100-82 Saturday night. De'Sean Parsons scored 14 while Bryce White and Calaen Robinson added 13 apiece for Portland State (3-2). Robinson added a career-high 11 assists. Forte scored the last five points in a 10-0 run that put Portland State up 19-9 with 14:59 left in the first half. White hit three baskets in a row to spark another 10-0 spurt that pushed the Vikings' lead to 31-15 with 11 minutes to go. Multnomah trailed by double figures the rest of the way and by as many as 34 in the second half. Portland State made 41 of 77 (53 percent) field goals, outrebounded Multnomah 46-35 and

  • Jois, McBroom lead Eastern Washington past Pacific 70-63

    Updated: 6 hr ago

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Austin McBroom scored 20 and Venky Jois added 16 with seven rebounds and four assists to help Eastern Washington beat Pacific 70-63 Saturday night at the Sacramento State Basketball Invitational. Jois made 7 of 12 field goals. Felix Von Hofe added 12 points and Bogdan Bliznyuk finished with 10 points and eight rebounds for Eastern Washington (3-2). Jois had a dunk and Sir Washington came up with a steal on the other end before hitting two free throws to put the Eagles up 66-58 with 27 seconds left. David Taylor's 3-pointer just four seconds later cut Pacific's deficit to five, but McBroom hit 4 of 4 free throws from there to seal it. Ray Bowles led Pacific (1-4) with 13 points. Ma

  • SMU basketball boasts scoring depth with five players averaging double digits

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    Back in the AP Top 25 after beating Yale, the Mustangs (3-0) will play Brown (1-4) at 2 p.m. on Sunday at Moody Coliseum. SMU, which led the American Athletic Conference in scoring last season at 69.1 points per game, is averaging 80.3 points on 56 percent shooting. Brown's first game against a ranked opponent since 2012 will be a homecoming for Dallas' Steven Spieth, brother of world No. 1 golfer Jordan Spieth. Steven, a three-year starter, is averaging 10.0 points and 7.4 rebounds. The Bears are coming off an 88-77 loss to New Hampshire. SMU has five players averaging more than 10 points -- Nic Moore (12.0), Ben Moore (11.3), Jordan Tolbert (11.3), Keith Frazier (11.0) and Markus Kennedy (11.0).

  • OU basketball: Sooners set to face a Wisconsin team that isn't the powerhouse it was a year ago

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    NORMAN — Wisconsin of last season had plenty of firepower. Frank Kaminsky was one of college basketball's most dynamic players last season and a ninth-overall pick in the NBA Draft. Sam Dekker was one of the best shooters in the country and left early for the draft and was taken with the 18th pick. But the Badgers team that visits No. 7 Oklahoma on Sunday (1:30 p.m., ESPN2) isn't the powerhouse that the Sooners faced a year ago in The Bahamas. Instead, Oklahoma will take on a team trying to replace 62 percent of its scoring from last season and still finding its way after Kaminsky and Dekker left for the NBA. Instead, the recognizable face of the Badgers — as it is with most college basketball teams —

  • NMSU BASKETBALL: Aggies fall to Air Force in overtime

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    LAS CRUCES – It’s hard to win basketball games on the road with 19 turnovers. While the Aggies got the game to overtime despite turning the ball over so much, and had chances to win, New Mexico State lost 66-64 to Air Force in overtime at Clune Arena in Colorado Springs, Colo., in NMSU’s first road game of the season Saturday afternoon. The Aggies (4-2) had five turnovers in the overtime period. NMSU’s 19 turnovers was a season high while the Falcons, who were picked to finish 10th in the Mountain West Conference, had seven turnovers. “We did a good job good getting it to overtime,” NMSU coach Marvin Menzies said. “We got in a little bit of rhythm there offensively late.

  • UTEP roars back to defeat Colorado State

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    It was one giant spoonful of gloom with an ample dose of doom mixed in. Colorado State simply bludgeoned UTEP on the boards and took a 47-30 halftime lead Saturday afternoon in the finals of the Corpus Christi Coastal Classic. Hope seemed a feeble friend at that moment. But the University of Texas at El Paso roared back, pushed the game into overtime, then double overtime and finally erased all the gloom and doom with an exciting 99-90 victory over the Rams to claim the tournament title and remain unbeaten at 6-0. Colorado State, now 5-1, suffered its first setback of the young season. UTEP senior Earvin Morris scored 28 points and was named the tournament Most Valuable Player.

  • Coggins leads Cal State Fullerton past Nevada 75-66

    Updated: 6 hr ago

    FULLERTON, Calif. (AP) — Tre Coggins pumped in four 3-pointers and finished with 25 points to lead Cal State Fullerton to a 75-66 win over Nevada on Saturday night. Lanerryl Johnson added 18 points on 7-for-12 shooting for Fullerton (4-1), which has won four straight. Coggins hit 9 of 21 from the field and his 25 points tied the career-best he set Tuesday against Southern Utah. The Titans took control in the second half with a 9-2 burst sparked by one of Coggins' 3s to make it 45-38 with 14:12 to play, then padded it a few minutes later with an 8-0 burst capped with a pair of free throws from Lionheart Leslie. Eric Cooper Jr. led Nevada (4-2) with 19 points on 5-for-9 shooting and 6 of 6 from the line. Tyron Criswell

  • UNC-Asheville runs away from Loyola of Chicago, 59-48

    Updated: 6 hr ago

    ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Dylan Smith scored 17 points and sparked a 15-0 run that pulled UNC-Asheville out of a 6-point halftime deficit and launched the Bulldogs to a 59-48 win over Loyola of Chicago Saturday night to claim third place at the Great Alaska Shootout. Smith's layup with 9:18 left gave UNC-Asheville the lead, 38-37, midway through run that gave the Bulldogs a 49-37 lead with just under five minutes left. Dwayne Sutton added 13 points as the Bulldogs (3-4) shot 44 percent (22 of 50) from the field for the game, including just 2 of 13 from long range. The Ramblers (4-3) used an 8-0 run midway through the first half to take a 19-10 lead and led 28-22 at intermission. Montel James and Milton Doyle led

  • UC Davis powers past Utah Valley 82-70

    Updated: 6 hr ago

    OREM, Utah (AP) — Nolan Berry scored 18, Neal Monson had 17 points and 13 rebounds, and UC Davis scored the last 12 after trailing most of the game Saturday night to beat Utah Valley 82-70. The Aggies (3-2) took a 70-68 lead with an 8-2 run capped by Josh Fox's free throw with 4:43 left. Hayden Schenck tied it 15 seconds later for Utah Valley (2-4), which went scoreless from there. Davis fell behind 50-41 early in the second half before scoring 12 straight capped by Berry's 3-point play for the Aggies' first lead at 53-50 since the middle of the first half. Brynton Lemar added 15 points, Josh Fox scored 13 and Siler Schneider 11. Konner Frey, who led Utah Valley with 18 points, scored seven straight Wolverines p

  • Kansas St N Carolina Basketball

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    North Carolina's Justin Jackson shoots during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game against Kansas State Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015, in Kansas City, Mo.

  • CU men's basketball: Tory Miller gets official reprimand from Pac-12

    Updated: 6 hr ago

    The Pac-12 Conference handed down an official reprimand on Saturday morning for University of Colorado sophomore forward Tory Miller. Miller was assessed a flagrant 2 foul and received an automatic ejection during the second half of Wednesday night's CU win against Air Force after the referees determined Miller had bitten the Falcons' Hayden Graham during a battle for a loose ball. Miller will not be suspended and will be in the rotation when the Buffaloes host Northern Colorado Sunday afternoon. "All of our student-athletes must adhere to the Pac-12's Standards of Conduct and Sportsmanship," Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott said in a statement released by the league. "Regardless of Mr.

  • Collinsworth leads BYU to 95-81 win over Belmont

    Updated: 6 hr ago

    PROVO, Utah (AP) — Kyle Collinsworth finished with 26 points, nine rebounds and 10 assists to help BYU beat Belmont 95-81 on Saturday night. Nick Emery scored 27, Chase Fischer added 19 points and Kyle Davis had 11 with 14 rebounds for BYU (4-1). Emery and Fischer hit five 3-pointers apiece as the Cougars made 13 of 27 (48 percent) from behind the arc. Belmont (4-3) led 49-47 early in the second half but BYU hit 3s on four consecutive possessions — the first two by Emery — during a 15-4 run that put the Cougars in front, 62-53, for good. After a jumper by Mack Mercer cut Belmont's deficit to seven, Fischer hit back-to-back 3-pointers and the Bruins didn't challenge again. BYU led by as many as 18.