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    NFL power rankings:
    1. Arizona Cardinals (9-2): Take a bow, Colt McCoy. The veteran quarterback put on a clinic in his third start in place of Kyler Murray, throwing for 328 yards and two touchdowns while leading the Cardinals to a 23-13 victory over the fading Seahawks at Lumen Field. The win prompted an existential crisis in Seattle (bonus!) and positioned Arizona alone atop the NFC as it hits a perfectly timed bye week. Murray (ankle) and DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) now get two more weeks to heal up before a favorable Week 13 matchup against the Bears. McCoy, meanwhile, probably bought himself another three years of lucrative backup work through his performance this month. Good gig.
    2. Green Bay Packers (8-3): The Packers defense that surged to begin the month was nowhere to be seen against the Vikings. Kirk Cousins and Justin Jefferson turned U.S. Bank Stadium into a personal playground, and even a brilliant second half from Aaron Rodgers was unable to stave off a last-second defeat. The Green Bay defense had blown coverages and costly penalties and was unable to make Minnesota pay when Cousins threw the ball up for grabs. Then there were the injuries: Versatile offensive lineman Elgton Jenkins was lost to a season-ending torn ACL, while Rodgers sounded concerned in his postgame press conference talking about his aggravated toe injury. The Packers remain in fine shape, but they'll need to grind their way to the finish line.
    3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-3): The Bucs were back on their game on Monday night, moving with clinical efficiency on offense and making splash plays on defense en route to an easy win over the Giants that snapped a two-game losing skid. Mike Evans, Chris Godwin and Rob Gronkowski all went over 65 yards receiving, while Tom Brady crossed 300 yards through the air for the fifth time in 10 games this season. Brady spent the final minutes of the blowout on the Bucs' sideline as Blaine Gabbert finished things out -- the ultimate v ictory formation. The competition jumps up a notch next Sunday with a road matchup against the red-hot Colts.
    4. Kansas City Chiefs (7-4): We thought we were getting an epic shootout between Patrick Mahomes and Dak Prescott. Instead, it was Chris Jones and the rising Chiefs defense that played the starring role in a 19-9 victory over the NFC East leaders. Jones was a wrecking ball, piling up 3.5 sacks, with a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. Jones got help in the back end from Charvarius Ward and L'Jarius Sneed, who each registered crucial interceptions of Prescott. The Chiefs' offense managed just 3 points in its final 10 possessions, but the best teams can win a game on either side of the ball. The Chiefs look like a team ready to restore order in the chaotic AFC.
    5. Dallas Cowboys (7-3): On the first play from scrimmage, Dak Prescott spotted an open Michael Gallup streaking down the right sideline ... and missed his wideout by 5 yards on an overthrow. It would be the Cowboys' best chance for an explosive play in a humbling 19-9 loss to the Chiefs. Prescott struggled on the big stage, and the Dallas offensive line failed to protect the team's most prized asset. By game's end, Prescott had thrown two interceptions, lost a fumble and was sacked five times. An excellent performance by the defense should have put the team in position to make a huge statement at Arrowhead. Instead, Dallas shrunk in the spotlight, fueling speculation we're watching another Cowboys team that's more sizzle than steak.

    College football rankings:
    1. Georgia Bulldogs (11-0): The top team in the country knew its last home game of the season against Charleston Southern was going to amount to a 60-minute victory formation. And so as soon as the Bulldogs got near the goal line in the first quarter, they put 330-pound senior tackle Jordan Davis into the game, motioned him to the backfield and had him run the ball not once but twice for a touchdown. The novelty score prompted the biggest cheers of the day as the Bulldogs went on to trounce their FCS opponent 56-7. Perhaps the only mistake Georgia made on Saturday was having its quarterback throw an interception on the first drive of the game. And that came by way of a tipped ball. From there, Georgia dominated the Buccaneers, allowing the starters to more or less take the whole second half off, and giving Davis and the rest of the seniors an ideal send-off from Sanford Stadium.
    2. Ohio State Buckeyes (10-1): The Buckeyes blew out the Michigan State Spartans at home in a game that was never close from start to finish. Quarterback C.J. Stroud played only three quarters but still racked up 432 yards passing and six touchdowns. He is the first quarterback to ever throw six touchdowns against Michigan State and at one point in the game, he completed 17 consecutive passes. Ohio State's defense was able to hold Michigan State running back Kenneth Walker III to only 24 rush yards in the first half and bottled him up in the second half, as well. The Buckeyes now have one game remaining against rival Michigan that could decide the fate of both teams beyond the regular season.
    3. Alabama Crimson Tide (10-1): There might be a lot of things this Alabama team isn't when compared to some of its past powerhouse teams, but sophomore quarterback Bryce Young showed yet again Saturday why he's one of the best players in the country. Young set a school record with 559 passing yards and threw five touchdown passes in a 42-35 win over Arkansas. It was a game of big plays, and Alabama gave up its share. The Crimson Tide also struggled to get off the field on third down, but Young kept on connecting with Jameson Williams and John Metchie III in the passing game to lock up a spot for the Tide in the SEC championship game. Alabama lost a fumble at the goal line in the fourth quarter, which kept Arkansas in the game. The two teams combined for 1,139 total yards.
    4. Cincinnati Bearcats (11-0): You want a statement win? Cincinnati delivered a statement win in a dominant 48-14 victory over SMU on senior day at Nippert Stadium. It was a complete effort -- from a suffocating defense that allowed only 199 total yards, including 66 passing. To an offense that scored on its first play of the game and rolled up 544 yards. To its special teams, with a blocked punt that led to another touchdown. Cincinnati has now won 26 straight games at home. Its four-year senior class has won 42 games -- a new school record. And the Bearcats clinched a spot in the AAC championship game against Houston. A win next week, and Cincinnati will be hosting back in Nippert Stadium.
    5. Michigan Wolverines (10-1): There would be no letdown for the Wolverines before the much-anticipated Ohio State showdown. Playing without its second leading rusher Blake Corum, Michigan jumped ahead of Maryland with two first-quarter touchdowns and never looked back in a 59-18 win, its second straight on the road. The 59 points mark Michigan's most against a Power 5 opponent in the past five seasons. Quarterback Cade McNamara played efficiently, while not stretching the field much other than a 77-yard Donovan Edwards touchdown. Freshman J.J. McCarthy completed all five of his pass attempts, including a touchdown to Mike Sainristil. Other than the third quarter, Michigan's defense shut down Maryland's offense, denying the Terrapins on 11 of 14 third-down attempts.

    NBA power rankings:
    1. Golden State Warriors (15-2): The Warriors just keep on rolling at a league-best 15-2 after Sunday's win over the Raptors. They continue to get contributions up and down the roster, but one thing to keep an eye on is the health of veteran swingman Andre Iguodala. The 37-year-old has missed three straight games because of knee soreness. He has been a steadying presence for a group that benefits a great deal from his leadership on and off the floor.
    2. Phoenix Suns (13-3): With a win against the Nuggets on Sunday night, the Suns won their 12th game in a row this season -- the best mark in the NBA in the early part of the 2021-22 season. The 12-game streak marks the fourth longest in Suns franchise history behind separate 15-game and 17-game streaks in 2006-07 and a 14-game streak in 1992.
    3. Brooklyn Nets (12-5): While garnering little attention, Brooklyn continues to churn out wins, as the Nets are now victors in 10 of their past 12 after Saturday's win in Detroit without Kevin Durant. But Tuesday's blowout loss at home to the Warriors is a reminder that, despite their win total, the Nets still are not at the level they expect themselves to reach this season.
    4. Chicago Bulls (12-5): DeMar DeRozan (126) and Zach LaVine (111) rank first and second, respectively, in the NBA in total points scored during the fourth quarter this season. Their excellence during the final period is one of the main reasons the Bulls begin the week tied for the best record in the Eastern Conference.
    5. Utah Jazz (11-5): The Utah bench, featuring the top two finishers in last season's Sixth Man of the Year voting, got significantly deeper and more experienced with Rudy Gay. After missing the first month while recovering from heel surgery, Gay starred in his Jazz debut, scoring 20 points on 5-of-6 from 3 in 18 minutes during Thursday's win over the Raptors.

    College basketball power rankings:
    1. Gonzaga (6-0): The Zags make it easy enough in the season debut of Hey Nineteen. Defeated Texas and UCLA by a combined score of 169-137 and neither game was ever close. Gonzaga will play Duke Friday, and mark just the second time a team has ever faced three top-10 opponents (per AP rankings) in the month of November. By virtue of playing UCLA and Duke this week, Gonzaga is also the only team in history to face two top-five opponents in less than a week's time in November.
    2. Purdue (5-0): With impressive wins over North Carolina and Villanova, Matt Painter's team ranks second in offensive efficiency at KenPom to Gonzaga (121.7 to 118.6) and looks to be a cut above everyone else in the Big Ten. Noteworthy but mostly meaningless: In beating UNC and Nova, Purdue defeated the 2016, 2017 and 2018 national-champion schools on consecutive days.
    3. Baylor (5-0): The reigning champs have been quietly dominant to start the season, but that's because of the schedule. Scott Drew's program is yet to play a team expected to be in the mix for the NCAA Tournament. Nevertheless, the undefeated Bears are picking up where they left off in April and are beating opponents by a whopping average of 30.2 points. VCU awaits Thursday in the Battle 4 Atlantis semis.
    4. Arizona (5-0): According to BartTorvik.com's calculations, when you remove all preseason bias, the top two performing teams through the first 16 days of play are Gonzaga and Arizona. Tommy Lloyd's off to a swell start in his first head coaching stint with wins over Wichita State and Michigan this week to win the Roman Main Event in Las Vegas.
    5. Florida (5-0): Hellooooo, Gators! What a thrilling win Wednesday night in the Fort Myers Tip-Off title game to beat Ohio State. UF trailed most of the night, then Tyree Appleby provided one of the highlights of the week with a long buzzer-beater. That Fort Myers event has become one of the best Thanksgiving-week tournaments in the sport. The Gators are quite good now and they've done it with seven transfers playing prominent minutes.

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