November 30, 2009
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Steelers question Roethlisberger's toughness?

The Steelers lost more than just its third consecutive game in a season that's rapidly headed toward mediocrity. Clearly, it has a schism in the locker room that badly needs to be repaired before it sabotages any chance the Steelers have in the final five games of making the playoffs. Shame on wide receiver Hines Ward for going on national television before the game and saying the team was split almost "50-50" about whether quarterback Ben Roethlisberger should or should not have played. "I've been out there dinged up. The following week, got right back out there," Ward told NBC. (Baltimore Sun) Comment

Red Sox chasing Ramirez?

Now it also looks as if Hanley Ramirez won't ever see that new stadium in a Marlins uniform as the Red Sox, who let incumbent Alex Gonzalez go, are reportedly engaged in talks with Florida about reacquiring the All-Star shortstop. (New York Daily News) Comment

Ewing wants Nets job

Knicks legend Patrick Ewing, an NBA assistant coach for the past seven seasons, told The Post yesterday he would love to coach the Nets and hopes to be considered whenever they decide to fill the position permanently. (New York Post) Comment

Must-See Photo
Must-See Photo

Argentina's Juan Martin Del Potro reacts during Saturday's semifinal match with Sweden's Robin Soderling at the ATP World Tour Finals in London. (AP)

Must-See Video

Vince Young's last-gasp touchdown pass to Kenny Britt with :00 remaining in regulation capped a 99-yard drive and kept the Titans' unlikely playoff hopes alive.

This Day in Sports
SI Vault: Floyd Patterson
  • 1956 -- Floyd Patterson, 21, becomes the youngest heavyweight champion in history with a fifth-round knockout of Archie Moore at Chicago Stadium.
  • 1987 -- Bo Jackson sets the Raiders' single-game rushing record with 221 yards and three touchdowns in a 37-14 rout of the Seahawks
  • 1991 -- The United States wins the first-ever FIFA Women's World Cup with a 2-1 victory over Norway in the final in Guangzhou, China. Michelle Akers scores both goals for the U.S. and captures the Golden Shoe with 10 goals in the tournament.

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