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Pryor says he has partially torn knee ligament

Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor has revealed he partially tore a ligament in his knee, claiming it didn't slow him down much while leading the Buckeyes to the Big Ten title.

Top U.S. Olympic ski star suffers injury in crash

Vancouver Olympic favorite Lindsey Vonn bruised a bone in her left arm following a crash on the opening run of a World Cup giant slalom on Monday.

Source: Giants close to deal with DeRosa

The San Francisco Giants are closing in on a two-year deal with super-utility Mark DeRosa, according to a major-league source.

Weekly Wrap: Unbeatens won't last

There are six undefeated teams, but get ready for every one of them to fall — starting Tuesday night.

Eagles lose C Jackson for rest of season

Eagles center Jamaal Jackson tore a knee ligament in Sunday's win over Denver and will miss the rest of the season.

Northwestern in AP poll for first time in 40 years

Northwestern is ranked in The Associated Press' college men's basketball poll for the first time in more than 40 years.

NFL Weekly Review: Hanging on to playoff lives

As the season draws to a thrilling finish, several playoff hopefuls keep their postseason dreams alive.

Indy coach, GM will regret giving up

If benching their stars costs the Colts in the playoffs, they'll look like ... well, you get the picture.

Report: Panthers coach Fox can return in 2010

A day after the Panthers routed the New York Giants for their third win in four games, The Charlotte Observer reported John Fox and general manager Marty Hurney will be "offered the opportunity to return next season."

Davis' buzzer-beater helps Clippers stun Celtics

Baron Davis hit a long fallaway jumper at the buzzer, and the Los Angeles Clippers dramatically snapped the Boston Celtics' nine-game road winning streak with a 92-90 victory on Sunday night.