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Sports Night: 49ers offense regresses vs. Seahawks

49ers: Offense regresses in loss to Seahawks

Colin Kaepernick, who seemed to have bounced back from his early-season slide in recent weeks, gets smacked down by a Seattle defense that’s been doing exactly that to him for three seasons now. The 49ers quarterback is sacked six times and completes only four passes to wide receivers, and the 49ers fall 20-3 to their division opponents on Thursday night at Levi’s Stadium.

▪ Video: Highlights from the game

▪ Video: 49ers fans energized as they host the Seahawks

▪ 49ers notes: Carlos Hyde starts with stress fracture in foot

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Voisin: Kings need more from McLemore

After two seasons and three NBA training camps, third-year guard Ben McLemore continues to display classic form on his jump shot, superb athleticism in the open court and a work ethic unrivaled by his peers, but his performances are so erratic that Kings officials – past and present – are left scratching their heads.

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Prep football: Teams aim for playoffs

The Bee’s Joe Davidson highlights five games to watch this weekend: No. 2 Elk Grove (7-0) at Monterey Trail (3-4); No. 6 Antelope (7-0) at No. 13 Del Campo (6-1); No. 10 Placer (7-0) at No. 12 Bear River (7-0); No. 19 Christian Brothers (6-1) vs. El Camino (5-2); and No. 9 Franklin (5-2) at No. 18 Jesuit (4-3).

▪ The Bee’s Prep Football Player of the Week: Tyler Stoever, Valley Christian Academy

▪ High school sports at sacbee.com

Sac State football: Little Hennie makes big impact

At 5-foot-7 – Isiah Hennie says “5-7 1/4 ” with a smile – and 150 pounds, the wide receiver is one of the smallest players in Division I football.

The San Diego product has had a big impact and is a bright spot this season for Sac State (1-6, 0-4 Big Sky Conference), which will play its homecoming game against Idaho State (2-5, 1-3) on Saturday at Hornet Stadium.

College football: UCLA routs No. 20 Cal

Josh Rosen completes a school-record 34 passes and throws two of his three touchdown passes to Devin Fuller, and UCLA got its season back on track with a 40-24 victory over No. 20 Cal on Thursday night.

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