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David Piper

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David Piper is a graduate of the University of Oregon, and founder of SB Nation's Oregon Ducks community, Addicted to Quack. A fan of the Ducks, Portland Trail Blazers, and Seattle Mariners, he spends his time in suburban Portland where he devises schemes to achieve his dream of living in a Husky-free Northwest.

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All-American Bowl viewing info

College football's future stars head to San Antonio to showcase themselves in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

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Johnson's game winner lifts Nets over Wiz

Joe Johnson hit an 18 footer with 0.7 second left in double overtime to give Brooklyn the win over Washington in a wild game at the Verizon Center.

'Great showcase from the defense' in Packer rout

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Green Bay's offense is getting all the accolades after a 55-7 thrashing of the Tennessee Titans, but don't forget the great performance turned in by the defense.

Minnesota's defense carries day in rout of Houston

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The offense was adequate, but it was the play of the Viking defense, which held Houston to 178 yards, that carried the day in the Minnesota's 23-6 rout of Houston.

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Calvin Johnson breaks Jerry Rice's record

Detroit's Calvin Johnson broke Jerry Rice's single-season receiving yardage record, eclipsing Rice's 17-year old mark on Saturday night against the Atlanta Falcons.

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Heat rip Jazz behind LeBron's 30

LeBron James scored 30 points, and Dwyane Wade added 21 as the Heat had little trouble with Utah, even without Chris Bosh.

Cincinnati fends off Wright State, 68-58

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JaQuon Parker sparks a 23-4 second-half run to lead No. 11 Cincinnati to victory.

Rasheed Wallace's injury ID'd as 'stress reaction'

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Rasheed Wallace's sore left foot has been identified as a 'stress reaction,' and the Knicks forward is likely out a minimum of three weeks.

Jeff Green suffers minor injuries after head blow

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In a blow to the head that looked a lot worse, Celtics guard Jeff Green escaped with only chipped teeth and a bruise

Bulls survive furious rally, notch win over Knicks

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Chicago held a 22-point lead on New York heading into the fourth quarter, giving nearly all of it back before holding on for a four-point win.

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