|Kentucky, Virginia remain 1-2 in men's hoops poll
Kentucky and Virginia remain the only two undefeated teams in Division I men's basketball and both are still atop the latest Associated Press poll.
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|Johansen, Karlsson, Parise capture NHL weekly honors
Columbus Blue Jackets forward Ryan Johansen, Ottawa Senators defenseman Erik Karlsson and Minnesota Wild forward Zach Parise were named the NHL's players of the week on Monday.
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|This Week in Golf -- Jan. 28-Feb. 1
The par-3 16th is far and away the most raucous hole in golf, and it was never louder than when Woods aced the hole in 1997. Woods raised the roof as beers and debris showered down on the tee box.
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|Haas improves to 23rd in world rankings
Bill Haas won the Humana Challenge for a second time on Sunday and that helped him return to the top-25 in the world rankings.
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|Blue Jackets' Bobrovsky out 4-6 weeks with groin injury
The Columbus Blue Jackets placed goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky on injured reserve Monday.
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|Hornets' Williams has concussion, Biyombo bone bruise
Charlotte Hornets forward Marvin Williams has been diagnosed with a concussion and a broken nose, and center Bismack Biyombo has a bone bruise in his right knee, the team announced Monday.
|The March To March: UVA all the way?
No McDonald's All-Americans.
|Big 12 brawl pits Longhorns against Cyclones
A pair of nationally-ranked Big 12 Conference teams coming off a loss get together on Monday night, as the Texas Longhorns pay a visit to the Iowa State Cyclones.
|Tar Heels take on Orange in ACC action
Attempting to keep pace near the top of the ACC standings, the Syracuse Orange and North Carolina Tar Heels will square off at the Dean E. Smith Center on Monday evening.
|National Hockey League All-Star Game Capsule
John Tavares recorded four goals and Jakub Voracek followed with three scores and three assists, as Team Toews walked away with a 17-12 decision over Team Foligno in the 2015 All-Star Game from Nationwide Arena, the highest-scoring mid-season event in league history. The 2001 event in Denver held the previous mark of 26 combined goals in a 14-12 North American victory over the World, but the new record was set when Jonathan Toews put his own team ahead by a 16-11 count with 5:39 remaining in the contest. Toews and Patrice Bergeron each ended up with a goal and four helpers, with Filip Forsberg, Rick Nash and Tyler Seguin adding two strikes apiece. Corey Crawford -- the last of three goaltenders to give up four goals -- stopped 14-of-18 shots in the third period to earn the win. Ryan Johansen from Team Foligno picked up the MVP award, pacing his side with two goals and as many assists. Patrick Kane and Steven Stamkos added two goals and one assist apiece, while Claude Giroux totaled three points on a tally and two helpers. Marc-Andre Fleury took the loss, charged with seven goals on 16 shots in the second period.