The 49ers plan to fire general manager Trent Baalke and coach Chip Kelly, according to ESPN, following a season in which they failed to reach even as many wins as 2015’s failed regime.
The Raiders are 12-3 entering their regular-season finale in Denver. A victory would give Oakland the AFC West championship and the conference’s No. 2 seed in the playoffs. A loss to the Broncos and a victory by Kansas City would drop the Raiders to the fifth seed in the playoffs.
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The Kings allow the Memphis Grizzlies to make a franchise-record 17 3-pointers in a 112-98 loss on Saturday at Golden 1 Center. Sacramento has given up at least 15 3-pointers in a game four times this season.
Kings veteran point guard Darren Collison is still adapting to coach Dave Joerger’s structured offense. The Kings don’t need Collison to be Superman. They just need him to be effective consistently.
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Washington quarterback Jake Browning takes the blame for the Huskies’ loss to Alabama in the Peach Bowl on Saturday. The Folsom High School graduate threw for 150 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions in the College Football Playoff semifinal.
Ohio State reached the College Football Playoff without winning the Big Ten Conference championship, and on Saturday night does very little to show it deserved to be there. The Buckeyes lose to Clemson 31-0 in the Fiesta Bowl in Glendale, Ariz.
The UC Davis men finish their nonconference season 8-7, including 3-0 at the Pavilion. Meanwhile, the Sacramento State men and women lose Saturday.
Jeff Carter, Drew Doughty and Tanner Pearson each scored a goal, and the Los Angeles Kings ended the San Jose Sharks’ four-game winning streak with a 3-2 victory on Saturday night.
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