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Lamont Butler made a jumper at the buzzer, sending San Diego State to its first national championship game with a 72-71 win over fellow mid-major Florida Atlantic in the Final Four. With FAU leading by three, San Diego State's Jaedon LeDee hit a short jumper to cut it to 71-70. After FAU's Johnell Davis missed a contested layup, the Aztecs didn't call timeout and got the ball to Butler. He worked the clock down and before hitting the shot that sent the Aztecs racing out onto the floor. San Diego State will face UConn or Miami in Monday's championship game.


SAN DIEGO — This past week, the NFL con artists painted with their true colors — greenback dollar and yellow stripe. During Roger Goodell's annual, thrilling State of the NFL Address Q&A session during Super Bowl Week, Jim Trotter, who at the time was working exceptionally well for NFL Media/NFL Network, asked Goodell why there is a lack of Black NFL Media newsroom managers. Roger not only ...

LOS ANGELES — Two minutes, one out! One minute, two outs! Two minutes, three outs! Batter up, batter down, batter up, batter down, batter up, batter down. Groundoutflyoutflyout. So went the accounting of the first half inning of the Dodgers' game Friday night against the Arizona Diamondbacks, a shining example of baseball's greatest new look since the invention of bubble gum. I love the pitch ...

HOUSTON — Among the thousand-odd texts filling Miami coach Jim Larrañaga’s phone in the moments after making the Final Four last Sunday, one stood out for its uniqueness. “Congrats, see you in Houston!” Florida Atlantic University men’s basketball coach Dusty May wrote. Larrañaga texted back, “Looking forward to it!” Here they were Friday, too. Practicing in the 70,000-seat NRG Stadium where ...

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