Jackson runs away with Heisman Trophy

(AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)

NEW YORK (AP) Lamar Jackson was trying to remember the last time he cried. He was pretty sure it involved losing a little league football game.

On Saturday night, Louisville's spectacular sophomore quarterback found out winning can get a guy choked up, too.

Jackson became the first Louisville player to win the Heisman Trophy, beating out preseason favorite Deshaun Watson of Clemson despite some late-season struggles.

Army halts 14-game losing streak to Navy

BALTIMORE (AP) The Army football team and its fans around the world can finally rejoice.

No longer will they have to listen to barbs from Navy or lament another missed opportunity in the biggest game of the year. (MORE)

James scores 44, tops 7,000 assists

CLEVELAND (AP) Standing at midcourt, LeBron James spun the ball on his index finger as the final seconds ticked off the clock.

He had the Hornets turning in circles all night. (MORE)

Cincinnati to hire Ohio State DC Fickell

Cincinnati hired Ohio State defensive coordinator Luke Fickell as its head coach, turning to the Buckeye state native to re-establish a program that has slipped in recent years.

He agreed to a six-year deal on Saturday, pending approval from the board of trustees. He'll continue to coach the Buckeyes through the playoffs. (MORE)

Celtics receive bomb threat on plane

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) The Boston Celtics got a scare when they were told of a bomb threat on their private flight to Oklahoma City.

The Boston Globe (http://bit.ly/2hbx9Jc ) reports the plane landed safely around 5:00 p.m. at Will Rogers World Airport, where players were told to leave their bags and proceed to their hotel. (MORE)

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