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NFL Power Rankings (Last Updated: 11/18)
1. Patriots (9-0):
The Patriots remain perfect thanks to Stephen Gostkowski, who also remains perfect. Gostkowski is 21-of-21 on field goals and 34-of-34
on extra points this season, making him the only kicker perfect on both.
2. Panthers (9-0):
Cam Newton has six games this season with at least one passing and one rushing touchdown.
No other player has more than two such games this season.
3. Cardinals (7-2):
After beating the Seahawks, the Cardinals have a commanding lead in the NFC West.
The last time Arizona won the division was 2009.
4. Bengals (8-1):
The undefeated season is over thanks to Andy Dalton's kryptonite. Dalton is now 1-4 in his career against
the Texans (including playoffs), his worst record against a team he has played more than twice.
5. Vikings (7-2):
The Vikings have won five straight games since their bye, the franchise's first five-game winning streak since
2009. The Vikings went 12-4 and lost in the conference championship game that season.
CFB Power Rankings (Last Updated: 11/18)
1. Clemson (10-0):
The Tigers muddled around a bit at Syracuse, perhaps hoping that their oh-so-five-minutes-ago critics might start chirping about "Clemsoning," but Deshaun Watson and co. eventually rolled up a 37-27 win and improved to 10-0. The Tigers' path to an unbeaten regular season now turns to Wake Forest and South Carolina, teams that are both 3-7.
2. Alabama (9-1):
The Crimson Tide didn't click on offense at Mississippi State but posted a decisive 31-6 victory and avoided the classic letdown game scenario after beating LSU the previous week. The Tide sacked Dak Prescott 9 times and Derrick Henry did nothing to hurt his Heisman Trophy chances with 204 yards on 22 carries, with a pair of long touchdown runs.
3. Ohio State (10-0):
The Buckeyes obviously aren't trying to win a beauty contest, but a 23rd consecutive win with a workmanlike 28-3 domination of Illinois should be plenty to keep them headed toward an opportunity to defend their 2014 national title. J.T. Barrett shook the rust off after a one-game suspension, and Ezekiel Elliott looks like he's ready for another close-up. But now things get fun. Up next are games against Michigan State and Michigan.
4. Notre Dame (9-1):
The big question this week will be answered on Tuesday as to whether the Fighting Irish hold on to their No. 4 spot in the CFP rankings. They whipped Wake Forest on Saturday, but their perch might not be secure with Oklahoma State and Iowa remaining unbeaten. The Irish probably aren't thrilled Oregon upset Stanford either, as the Cardinal would have been the marquee, season-finale victory Notre Dame could have hung its resume on.
5. Oklahoma State (10-0):
The Cowboys survived a stout upset bit from Iowa State -- wait ... who? -- and improved to 10-0, remaining a strong candidate for the Big 12 title and CFP. They can take care of any remaining skeptics by vanquishing Baylor and rival Oklahoma over the next two weeks. Hard to imagine the unbeaten Big 12 champion wouldn't make the CFP.
NBA Power Rankings (Last Updated: 11/18)
1. Golden State (11-0):
No word on when the head coach will be back on the bench. No sign -- yet -- of last season's Klay Thompson. And really no letup at all from the Dubs, who have to have at least two All-Stars if they keep rolling like this. I'd expect Draymond Green to join Steph Curry in Toronto in February; his all-around game has never been better.
2. San Antonio (7-2):
Tim Duncan is only San Antonio's fourth-leading scorer these days, but he's a decent bet to become the only player to average at least 10 points and nine boards over a full season at age 39 or older besides Robert Parish. The Spurs awoke Monday at No. 1 in defensive efficiency, with Timmy naturally still at the heart of their team D.
3. Cleveland (8-2):
A win Saturday night in Brewtown would have clinched the best 10-game start for any team in LeBron James' career. Yet there's no ignoring the fact that (A) Cleveland's eight victims are just 24-31 combined and (B) LeBron's 11-for-42 shooting from deep (26.2 percent) and .605 shooting from the FT line are far from LeBron-ian.
4. Miami (6-3):
Hassan Whiteside and Chris Bosh are booming. Dwyane Wade, too, is adjusting well to life below the 30 MPG line. Can't quibble too much when the Heat so far sport the East's No. 2 point differential, but when do we start asking about what their slow pace is doing for the guy they gave $85 million to? Goran Dragic's PER: 11.4.
5. Atlanta (8-4):
By halftime last Monday, when the Hawks were down 72-42 at home to Minnesota mere hours after our most recent rankings dispatch, we feared that we jinxed them as much as the Committee of One has ever jinxed any team. Turns out Atlanta's week wasn't quite that bad, but we must have gotten to Paul Millsap too.
CBA Power Rankings (Last Updated: 11/18)
1. North Carolina (2-0):
The Tar Heels shot 50 percent from the field in Sunday’s win over Fairfield. UNC has made a total of 15 3-pointers in their first two games this season.
2. Kentucky (3-0):
Freshman Skal Labissiere made 10 of 12 shots and finished with 26 points in Saturday’s victory over NJIT. Isaiah Briscoe added 11 points and 12 rebounds off the bench.
3. Kansas (1-1):
The Jayhawks finished 15 of 26 from 3-point range in their opening win over Northern Colorado. KU is still waiting to learn whether freshman Cheick Diallo will be cleared to play.
4. Maryland (2-0):
The Terrapins shot 58.9 percent in their opening win over Mount St. Mary’s. Georgia Tech transfer Robert Carter made 5 of 7 shots for 10 points and eight rebounds in 23 minutes.
5. Iowa State (2-0):
Jameel McKay got 25 points and 11 rebounds in Monday's win over Chicago State. Steve Prohm is 2-0 as Iowa State's coach.
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