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NFL games today, Week 4 scores, schedule, updates: Jets win weird in OT to go to 2-2

NFL games today, Week 4 scores, schedule, updates: Jets win weird in OT to go to 2-2

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Another London game, another blowout, more protests during the national anthem -- and some surprising bounce-back QB performances.Those are the early storylines with Week 4 underway around the NFL. To keep tabs on some of the choicest highlights and other big news throughout Sunday, keep it here for updates. But first the schedule. ScheduleThursday Green Bay Packers  35,  Chicago Bears  14 (Takeaways)Sunday New Orleans Saints  20,  Miami Dolphins  0 (Recap) Pittsburgh Steelers  26,  Baltimore Ravens  9 (Recap) Buffalo Bills  23,  Atlanta Falcons  17 (Recap) ...
WATCH: Kieran Lee scores stunner for Sheffield Wednesday

WATCH: Kieran Lee scores stunner for Sheffield Wednesday

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Last Updated: 01/10/17 2:55pmKieran Lee scored a superb goal for Sheffield Wednesday to make it 3-0 in their Championship clash with Leeds.Kieran Lee scored a superb goal for Sheffield Wednesday to make it 3-0 in their Sky Bet Championship clash with Leeds.The midfielder hit a cracking strike from outside the area to cap off a fine win on Sunday at Hillsborough after a mistake from Eunan O'Kane.Gary Hooper had put Wednesday in control with two goals in the first half against their rivals in a game that helped relieve some of the pressure on boss Carlos Carvalhal after a difficult week that had seen them lose the Steel City derby against Sheffield United last Sunday, before being beaten 1-0 at Birmingham in midweek.Hit play on the top of the page to see Kieran Lee's superb goal for Sheff...
Sunday's Vermont sports scores and Monday's schedule

Sunday's Vermont sports scores and Monday's schedule

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CLOSE The Seahorses ran their record to 5-0 with a 27-7 victory over host CVU in Division I high school football Friday afternoon. ALEX ABRAMI/Free PressBuy PhotoEssex's Ben LaPlant, left, chips toward the hole on the sixth green during the NVAC boys golf championships on Thursday at Williston.(Photo: AUSTIN DANFORTH/FREE PRESS)Buy PhotoSUNDAY'S SCORESCollege men’s hockeyWaterloo at Vermont (exhibition), 4 p.m.College women’s hockeyVermont at Providence, 2 p.m.Women’s college soccerVermont at Binghamton, 1 p.m.Johnson at Husson, noonLyndon at Maine Maritime, 2:30 p.m.Men’s college soccerPlymouth State at Middlebury, 2 p.m.Johnson at Husson, 2:30 p.m.Lyndon at Maine Maritime, noonCollege field hockeyAlbany at Vermont, 1 p.m.MONDAY'S SCHEDULEHigh school boys soccerGames at 4 p.m.
Friday's Vermont sports scores and Saturday's schedule

Friday's Vermont sports scores and Saturday's schedule

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CLOSE Staff writers Austin Danforth and Alex Abrami dive into the latest Varsity Insider power rankings and other recent headlines. AUSTIN DANFORTH/FREE PRESSBuy PhotoSt. Johnsbury Academy keeper Audra Shield-Tayor denies the MMU shot on goal during their soccer match up on Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017, in Jericho. Mt. Mansfield Union High School won 2-0. (Photo: RYAN MERCER/FREE PRESS)Buy PhotoFRIDAY'S SCORESCollege field hockeyNew Hampshire 3, Vermont 1Merrimack 4, St. Michael’s 1High school footballBurlington 27, Champlain Valley 7Middlebury 28, Rutland 27 (OT)South Burlington 12, Mount Anthony 7Mount Mansfield 32, Colchester 19Rice 35, Essex 6Woodstock 42, Mill River 14U-32 28, North Country 9Hartford 56, Brattleboro 33 Fair Haven 49, Poultney-Mount St. Joseph 7Gr
Saturday's Vermont sports scores and Sunday's schedule

Saturday's Vermont sports scores and Sunday's schedule

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CLOSE Mount Mansfield rallied from a 19-7 deficit, pitching a second-half shutout to top Colchester 32-19 in high school football on Friday, Sept. 29, 2017. AUSTIN DANFORTH/Free PressBuy PhotoCVU #43 Jack ZuWallack dives through the BHS defense during their football match up in Hinesburg on Friday, Sept. 29, 2017. BHS won 27-7.(Photo: RYAN MERCER/FREE PRESS)Buy PhotoSATURDAY'S SCORESCollege footballSpringfield 42, Norwich 3Middlebury 37, Colby 6Castleton 27, Anna Maria 14Women’s college soccerSt. Michael’s 3, Bentley 0Middlebury 1, Colby 0Suffolk 5, Norwich 3Maine Maritime 6, Johnson 1Husson 11, Lyndon 0Men’s college soccerVermont 1, Hartford 0St. Michael’s 5, Bentley 0Colby 2, Middlebury 0Norwich 1, Johnson & Wales 1Maine Maritime 2, Johnson 1Husson 4, Lyndon 0Col
2017 Presidents Cup scores, coverage: US rout continues behind young stars

2017 Presidents Cup scores, coverage: US rout continues behind young stars

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Behind its young stars -- and superstars -- the United States nearly ended the 2017 Presidents Cup a day early on Saturday at Liberty National. With a 14.5 to 3.5 lead going into Day 4, the Sunday singles matches will be a formality for posterity. The U.S. will clinch early, and a tidal wave of scoring should follow. The record for most points scored in a Presidents Cup is 21.5, and the U.S. has a chance of easily surpassing that.After taking 3.5 points from the international team in the morning foursomes matches, the U.S. knew it would have the tournament on the table in the afternoon. Sweep it all, and you get to celebrate on Saturday night. They almost did just that.It started in the afternoon, as it so often does at these events, with Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed. They took down J...