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Once? OK, it's a slip up. Twice? We have a problem. CBS play-by-play announcer Jim Nantz thought the Jets beat the Patriots yesterday. Literally, he had no clue of the score.
NFL RoundupBrowns wide receiver Josh Gordon had the most costly drop of the day (a go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter against the Colts), but Steelers running back Baron Batch had the most embarrassing drop. ... Saints receiver Joseph Morgan had the touchdown of the day. ... Legendary REDSKINS coach Joe Gibbs gave the COWBOYS a pep talk before their game against Carolina. ...
College Football RoundupFirst off, nothing -- NOTHING -- that happened in college football on Saturday was as important as Natalie Portman's appearance at the Baylor-Texas game. ... Having said that, the greatest thing I saw all weekend was this fan running on the field during a play at the Florida State-Miami game. ... Ryan Lochte picked Auburn to win the LSU-Texas A&M game.
Photo Gallery Of The Day
Alessandra Ambrosio :: Darren McCollester/Getty Images for Stuart WeitzmanVictoria's Secret has unveiled a $2.5 million bra, and Alessandra Ambrosio recently modeled it.
Fight!This happened last Saturday, but I completely missed it. It's so good that I'm posting it now even though it's old. Wyoming coach Dave Christensen went on an expletive-filled tirade against Air Force coach Troy Calhoun after their Oct. 13 game in which Christensen felt the Falcons faked injuries to stop the clock.
Bike Racing Video Of The DayOf course this is going to be video of an accident, but this one has a twist. (Thanks to Terrell Oller, of Havre de Grace, Md., and Andrew Gluvna, of Phoenix, for the video.)
Shopping Video Of The DayThese folks basically created their own drive-thru mall.
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