By Sam Page
March 21, 2016

The greatest comeback in NCAA men's basketball history

There are plenty of March Madness highlights from the weekend, but none crazier than Texas A&M's comeback over Northern Iowa. The Aggies ultimately won in double OT, 92–88, but it's what they did at the end of regulation that had everyone buzzing:

They were down 12 with 44 seconds left in the game and won! Truly mad. 

Wisconsin had some last-minute heroics too...

...much to the delight of alum Frank Kaminsky

Spurs beat the Warriors

San Antonio beat Golden State at home on Saturday, 87–79, pulling within three games of the Western Conference lead. As they play each other two more times this season, the Warriors could feasibly tie the '95-96 Bulls' record of 72 wins AND not have home court advantage in the conference championship! Stephen Curry's team now has to go 11–2 down the stretch to set the all-time mark. 

Sidney Crosby throwing punches!

Puig previews the cannon

Class photo

Today's Peanuts

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The NFL could play a regular season game in China by 2018, reports Fox Sports’ Alex Marvez.

According to the report, some of the league’s teams have already expressed an interest in playing overseas games in China, a relatively untapped football market.

In 2007, the league scheduled a preseason contest between the Patriots and Seahawks in Beijing, but it was called off when the NFL changed its focus to London.

The NFL launched its International Series in London in 2007. Later this year, the league will play three games there, with two coming to Wembley Stadium, and one to be played at Twickenham Stadium.

KING: Why new rules won’t help enough

In November, Mexico City will host a game between the Texans and Raiders. 

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The Cleveland Browns are still targeting quarterback Robert Griffin III in free agency and are not currently engaged in trade talks with the San Francisco 49ers for quarterback Colin Kaepernick, reports Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com

Speaking to local Cleveland media at the NFL Annual Meeting on Monday, executive vice president of football operations Sashi Brown said that the team is currently doing its due diligence on Griffin. 

It is not clear how far negotiations between the two sides have progressed.

He also said that the Browns’ interest in Kaepernick was “over-reported” and that specific details of a trade were never discussed between the two teams.

NFL executives discuss implementation of ‘Rooney Rule’ for women

Griffin III, the No. 2 pick in the 2012 draft, did not play in a game for the Washington Redskins last season after losing his starting job to Kirk Cousins. He had his top season as a rookie, throwing for 3,200 yards, 20 touchdowns and five interceptions while being named to the Pro Bowl.

Kaepernick led the 49ers to an appearance in Super Bowl XLVII and a trip to the NFC Championship the next season, but has asked for a trade after conflict with the team’s front office. 

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