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Arizona State upsets #10 Ohio State @ home

The Sun Devils are 2 - 15 against ranked opponents this season which is their second season in Division 1 ice hockey. They were a successful club level team that won a national championship. They're currently independent looking for a conference.

On edit: This makes up for the 1997 Rose Bowl

Tom Brady's Agent is Starting a Football League for college-aged players

Following high school, baseball players can enter the Major League Baseball draft. Basketball players can play overseas, or jump to the National Basketball Association following a year on campus. Tennis players, golfers, and gymnasts all have professional options, too.

Meanwhile, post-prep football players essentially have one path to the National Football League: participate in at least three years of college football, risking serious injury and submitting to economic exploitation.

Only what if those same athletes had a legitimate choice? What if there was a developmental league for America's most popular sport? That's the idea behind Pacific Pro Football, a new college-aged league that was announced on Wednesday and plans to kick off next year.

Pac Pro is the brainchild of former NFL receiver Ed McCaffrey and sports agent Don Yee, who represents New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and has spent almost 30 years working in professional football. VICE Sports spoke with Yee about what distinguishes Pac Pro from college football, what lessons can be drawn from previous professional football leagues, and how the new league may influence the ongoing battle over college athlete compensation.


https://sports.vice.com/en_us/article/don-yee-tom-bradys-agent-is-starting-a-pro-football-league-for-college-age-players

James Harden first player in history with 50/15/15

53 points,. 17 assists, 16 rebounds. Most 3 pointers made in a triple double(9).

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