Davidson's Sports Wrap-Up: Hello and Goodbye to Football
Here's what you missed last night in sports:
Oklahoma sent a message to the Southeastern Conference, beating Alabama in the Sugar Bowl behind four touchdowns by Trevor Knight and spoiling A.J. McCarron's sendoff.
Everybody Gets One
The New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets both won on the same night for the first time this season, upsetting the San Antonio Spurs and the Oklahoma City Thunder, but it's probably not a sign of things to come, as both teams' deep-rooted issues start at the top.
With National Football League teams struggling to sell playoff tickets and a slew of controversies over health and violence in the league, is football dying?
The nation's top football recruits committed to their colleges, with the nation's No. 1, Leonard Fournette, choosing LSU.
Not So Giant Sendoff
Two New York Giants announced their retirement, with running back Brandon Jacobs ending his career after nine years in the NFL and offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride stepping away after more than 20 seasons at the helm of Big Blue's scoring attack.
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