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WHPO National Sports Weekend Update

Your Professional and College Sports news for the weekend of January 4th to 6th, 2013


the postseason began this weekend….starting on Saturday….
Texans beat the Bengals 19-13
Packers handled the Vikings 24-10
on Sunday…
The Colts comeback season ended, as Indianapolis lost to the Baltimore Ravens 24-9
Seattle 24 – Washington 14


The near-season long lock-out of players has ended as the League and the NHL Players Association announced early Sunday morning that a tentative agreement has been reached.  The lockout lasted 113 days and cancelled 510 games.  A likely 48-game season will begin Jan. 19


winners from Sunday:  Memphis, Charlotte (in OT), Miami, Oklahoma City, and Denver

NCAA Football…

on Friday night…
Heisman winner Jonny Manziel led Texas A&M in a rout of Oklahoma, winning 41-13 in the Cotton Bowl.  Manziel had 516 total yards in the game.
and on Saturday…
it was Ole Miss 38 – Pittsburg 17 in the BBVA Compass Bowl

and the big Bowl game is tonight at 7:00 – as #1 Notre Dame takes on #2 Alabama in the Discover BCS Championship Game…

NCAA basketball…

on Saturday…the 11th-ranked Fighting Illini had a 74-55 blowout win over No. 8 Ohio State.  Brandon Paul led Illinois with 19 points and had seven rebounds.  6-foot-11 sophomore center Nnanna Egwu scored a career-high 16 points
#1 Duke remains undefeated after handling Wake Forest 80 – 62.
And it was Michigan State 84 – Purdue 61
on Sunday…
Michigan also remains undefeated as they thumped Iowa 95 – 67
#6 Kansas 69 – Temple 62
#7 Syracuse 55 – South Florida 44
#9 Minnesota beat Northwestern 69 - 51
#13 Florida 79 – Yale 58

That’s your WHPO National Sports weekend update….I’m Kevin Jett

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