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NFL Week 11 in Emojis (0:53)

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Bill Belichick draws a connection to the 2015 Broncos and the Broncos of the 1990s, mentioning common links of John Elway (Executive Vice President), Gary Kubiak (head coach), Wade Phillips (defensive coordinator), and Joe DeCamillis (special teams).

Gruden: 'Stunning' how Patriots overcome injuries (1:02)
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Brady-Manning: What we'll miss about their classic matchup

Tom Brady and Peyton Manning have played 16 times since 2001. But as Geoffrey Chaucer penned, 'All good things must come to an end.' With Manning out Sunday and his career in doubt because of injuries, here are a few things we'll miss about their matchup.

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Mad Brad: Stevens blasts Boston's 'sieve' defense

The Celtics allowed Atlanta to score 121 points and shoot 56.3 percent from the field, two nights after letting the Nets go for 111 and 50.6 percent.

Kentucky routs Boston University (0:56)
Boston University-Kentucky Postgame Breakdown (2:08)
Postgame interview with Kentucky guard Tyler Ulis (1:17)
Postgame interview with Kentucky center Skal Labissiere (0:48)
Postgame interview with Kentucky HC John Calipari (0:30)

Poythress is cleared for takeoff

No. 1 Kentucky is starting to take over the game and Alex Poythress showed why with this ferocious one-handed slam. (Live on SEC Network)

Hawks honor Mutombo, block out Celtics (0:35)

Poythress throws down after rebound

No. 1 Kentucky's physical dominance is starting to show as Alex Poythress rocked the rim with this dunk.


Here's the alley, there's the oop

Isaiah Briscoe caught Boston University napping with this alley-oop to Skal Labissiere. No. 1 Kentucky is pulling away on SEC Network.

Massachusetts High School Sports

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  • State Semifinal Saturday

    Ten teams punched their ticket to next month's MIAA Football State Championships at Gillette Stadium. Check out ESPNBoston High Schools' coverage from across the state.

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  • Statewide MIAA football Top 25 poll


    Our weekly ranking of the best teams in the state, as selected by our panel of staff writers and correspondents. (Updated 10/26)