Sports with Amy Donaldson for December 18th, 2017

1. Utah and Utah State prepare for bowl games as BYU welcomes a new offensive coordinator.

-Utah State (6-6) will take on New Mexico State (7-5) on Friday, Dec. 29, 3:30 p.m. in the Arizona Bowl in Tuscon. It’s the first bowl game since 1960 for NM State where they played guess who? Utah State! (And NM beat USU 20-13.)

-Utah (6-6) will take on West Virginia (6-6) in the Zaxby’s Heart of Texas Bowl on Dec. 26 at 1:30 p.m.

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-BYU earned a 77-65 win over Utah on Saturday, and that gives the Cougars victories over all of its in-state rivals. The Cougs were led by guard Elijah Bryant, who scored 29 points. BYU fans taunted coach K with ‘safety first’ chants.

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-In the NFL, Panthers owner Jerry Richardson will sell the team after Sports Illustrated published a story detailing allegations of sexual harassment from at least four former employees. Also, the Pats 27-24 victory over the Steelers didn’t come without controversy.

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Patriots 27, Steelers 24

Cowboys 20, Raiders 17

Vikings 34, Bengals 7

Ravens 27, Browns 10

Panthers 31, Packers 24

Bills 24, Dolphins 16

Rams 42, Seahawks 7

49ers 25, Titans 23

Saints 31, Jets 19

Broncos 25, Colts 13

Kansas City 30, Chargers 13, Eagles 34, Giants 29


-TONIGHT: Falcons vs. Buccaneers, 6:30 p.m.

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-Utah women’s basketball will take on Utah State tonight in Logan.

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-Utah Jazz beat the Celtics on Friday and then lost to the Cavaliers 109-100 on Saturday, but Donovan Mitchell is still leading all rookie scorers. He’s also thrown down some dazzling dunks.

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-Winter Sports: Utah snowboarder Faye Gulini (snowboard cross) earns her first career podium, and the U.S. short track team is finalized with three Olympic veterans and five newcomers

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-Olympic medalist fails to make the 2018 Olympic team, but said her comeback wasn’t a failure.

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