(Los Angeles, CA) — Lamar Jackson threw five touchdown passes as the Ravens crushed the Rams 45-6 on Monday Night Football in Los Angeles. Baltimore has won seven in a row to lead the AFC North at 9-and-2. Marcus Peters had an interception against his former team in the win. Jared Goff tossed two picks for LA, which fell to 6-and-5 on the season.
(Undated) — The latest College Football Playoff rankings will be released tonight. Sixth-ranked Oregon is likely to drop in the poll after an upset loss to Arizona State over the weekend. LSU, Ohio State, Clemson and Georgia were the top four teams last week. LSU and Georgia are already scheduled to meet in the SEC Championship Game December 7th.
(Atlanta, GA) — The Timberwolves put up 71 points in the second half on their way to a 125-113 win over the Hawks in Atlanta. Karl-Anthony Towns led the way with 28 points, 13 rebounds and eight assists as Minnesota snapped a two-game skid. Andrew Wiggins donated 25 points and Jarrett Culver had 14 as the T’wolves improved to 9-and-8. The Wolves are at the Spurs tomorrow night.
(New York, NY) — Tony DeAngelo scored the winning goal 32 seconds into overtime as the Rangers edged the Wild 3-2 in New York. Zach Parise [[ puh-REE-zee ]] and Ryan Donato scored for Minnesota, which extended its point streak to six straight. Alex Stalock stopped 28 shots in the setback. The Wild visit New Jersey tonight.
(Eagan, MN) — The Vikings are gearing up for the Seahawks. Minnesota will visit Seattle for Monday Night Football. The Vikings come out of their bye week riding a two-game winning streak and are 8-and-3 overall. They are tied with Green Bay atop the NFC North, with the Packers currently holding the tiebreaker. The Seahawks are 9-and-2.
(Minneapolis, MN) — The 10th-ranked Golden Gopher football team is looking to move up when the College Football Playoff rankings are released tonight. Minnesota moved to 10-and-1 with Saturday’s 38-22 win at Northwestern. The Gophers will close out the regular-season this Saturday hosting 12th-ranked Wisconsin.
(Minneapolis, MN) — The Minnesota men’s basketball team is off until Friday when DePaul visits Williams Arena. The Golden Gophers have won two in-a-row to even their record at 3-and-3 following a 79-56 rout of North Dakota on Sunday.