The NFL and Google announced on Thursday morning that they had reached a multi-year agreement for Google’s YouTube TV and YouTube Primetime Channels to be the exclusive distributor of NFL Sunday Ticket in the United States beginning with the 2023 season. 

Starting next season, NFL Sunday Ticket will be available on two of YouTube’s growing subscription businesses as an add-on package on YouTube TV and standalone a-la-carte on YouTube Primetime Channels, the league said

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Every football fan who watched Sunday’s wild ending to the Raiders-Patriots game was in awe of what they witnessed, and that includes Tom Brady, apparently. The former Patriots quarterback caught the final play of the game that saw Las Vegas win via a walk-off touchdown after New England tried to extend the final sequence with some risky laterals. 

Jakobi Meyers threw the ball back across the field during a scramble, leading to a Chandler

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Here’s a little holiday-season inspired advice for the NBA, which, it seems, can clearly use it: You’re entering a transition from one era of stars that defined the game to another, and you better start embracing and supporting that crop of young players that will define the next decade of basketball.

Enter, as example No. 1, Ja Morant and his absurd ejection over the weekend.

On Saturday, Morant, one of the game’s most exciting players

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Georgia is the top team in the country – and the current SEC Champions – but this conference and sport have been dominated by the team from Tuscaloosa for the better part of the last 15 years. The Dawgs may be on top, but Alabama is still the program in which all others are measured against in college football.

It’s incredibly dangerous to insinuate that their reign may be ending, but things are certainly trending

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Four female athletes who sought to overturn a Connecticut policy that permits males who identify as female to compete in girls’ athletic events have lost their case in the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals. 

A three-judge panel of the federal court affirmed a lower court decision Friday dismissing Soule v. Connecticut Association of Schools, Inc., in which plaintiffs argued that the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference’s policy allowing transgender students to compete on girls’ teams put

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The NFL will have games played on Saturday for the first time this season as the year begins to wind down around the holidays and college football begins its bowl games.

For Week 15, there will be three games on Saturday. One in the early afternoon, one in the evening and one at night. All the games have some meaning as four of the six teams are in the thick of the playoff hunt.


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KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — The Ugandan health official was so sure Argentina would win its World Cup soccer match against Saudi Arabia that he gambled $1,800 advanced to him by authorities as allowances for 243 people who had participated in a polio immunization campaign.

Argentina lost, and the official was in trouble. Later he was chased by an angry crowd, locked himself indoors for days, and now faces consequences that include the possible loss

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Esteemed Bottom 25 readers, it is that time of year again. The time when the worst of the worst gather around the most torn-up, unsuitable-for-play football fields in the country to participate in a playoff and determine the one true champion in college football: The Bottom 25 champion.

Twelve teams comprise this year’s playoff field, but only one can emerge from the bottom of the scrum with the crown. Who will it be? We’ll get

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Former Coastal Carolina standout Grayson McCall is expected to head further south and visit Auburn this weekend, according to 247Sports

The 22-year-old North Carolina native is regarded as the best available quarterback in the portal at this time, tied with NC State’s Devin Leary. Per 247Sports, McCall is scheduled to be with the Tigers from Saturday through Sunday.

The quarterback helped revive the Chanticleers program as he stood as the starter for three

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The Pac-12’s long, winding road toward long-term security was never supposed to last this long. It is mid-December, and the league still must wait on the conclusion of Wednesday’s University of California system regents meeting to proceed in its media rights negotiations.

Almost six months after news broke of USC and UCLA departing for the Big Ten in 2024, the league still has not reconfigured. While it is considered almost a formality by some that

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