Gonzaga vs. North Carolina in NCAA national championship game Live Stream

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What: No. 1 Gonzaga (37-1) vs. No. 1 North Carolina (32-7)

Where: University of Phoenix Stadium, Phoenix, Arizona

When: 6:20 p.m. PT Monday, April 3


TV channel: CBS (In Portland area: Comcast 6/706 for HD, CenturyLink 6/1006 for HD; DirecTV 391; Dish 8671)

Wrestlemania 33 Live stream

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WrestleMania is WWE's signature event, a night where dreams are realized and careers are made.

Sunday night, the company presents its 33rd extravaganza with a marquee match featuring Goldberg defending his Universal Championship against Brock Lesnar.

The world will be watching the greats of today and the legends of yesterday ply their craft on the grandest stage known to sports entertainment.

Now, find out how you can join them.

But first, the latest odds for the April 2 spectacular, courtesy of OddsShark.

Packers vs Falcons Live Stream, telecast, time, date and Tv channels

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NFL fans fond of offense are going to get a big-time treat during championship weekend, with three of the four top scoring offenses in the NFL making it to the final four (and all four teams sitting in the top 10 in terms of points). The NFC Championship Game should be a real fireworks show, though, with the Packers and Falcons squaring off in a game that features a historical over/under.
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Vegas initially opened the total at 59.5, the highest opener in history. It quickly moved above 60, and has settled back in at the even number since then, despite plenty of action (68 percent of the money is on the over).
It would be hard to imagine a number that's much lower. This game is a rematch of a Week 8 showdown that ended with Matt Ryan marching the Falcons down the field and finding Mohamed Sanu in the end zone with 31 seconds left for a touchdown to give the Falcons a 33-32 victory.

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That game wasn't going over 60 points until late, but it still managed to bust the number. There's bigger reason to expect plenty of scoring in this one, as Atlanta is absolutely humming right now, averaging 38 points per game over its last five games, including a 36-20 victory over the Seahawks in the divisional round.

Green Bay is rolling too, with Aaron Rodgers peaking over the last two months and looking like the most talented human to ever throw a football playing in his prime. The flurry of Week 6-ish thinkpieces trying to determine the cause of the Packers' offensive struggles must have happened in a different, darker timeline.
On the other hand, there's cause for concern with Rodgers' weapons. Both Jordy Nelson (ribs) and Davante Adams (ankle) are big question marks. Mike McCarthy and Green Bay are typically conservative when it comes to pushing injured players out onto the field, but it's not hard to imagine those two guys pressing to play on Sunday.
Both are listed as Questionable on the team's final injury report, and both will likely be gametime decisions. If Nelson and Adams play, it's a massive boost to the Packers' passing game and evens the playing field a little bit more.
The Falcons aren't without their own injury issues -- superstar wideout Julio Jones is dealing with a toe injury that caused him to leave the game against Seattle for a few plays, though he made it through limited practice on Friday and didn't draw so much as a Questionable tag from the team.

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Even if the biggest weapons are missing from this affair, it's going to be fun to watch. Green Bay was 20th in defensive DVOA at Football Outsiders (and 22nd against the pass), while Atlanta finished 27th in DVOA (and 19th against the pass). Both pass defenses are questionable and both quarterbacks are white hot. Both teams should be aggressive in a game where scoring less than 30 points means the season is likely over.
Here's how you can watch the game, the final injury report a further breakdown of what to expect on Sunday and our final picks.
How to Watch
What: Green Bay Packers vs. Atlanta Falcons
When: Sunday, Jan. 22, 3:05 p.m. ET
Where: Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Georgia
Streaming: Verizon NFL Mobile App
Online: FOX Sports Go
NFL Game Pass (available to watch online after midnight)
Odds: The Falcons are 5-point favorites, according to SportsLine
Injury Report
WR Davante Adams (Ankle) -- Questionable
WR Geronimo Allison (Hamstring) -- Questionable
S Morgan Burnett (Quadricep) -- Questionable
RB James Starks (Concussion) -- Out
OL JC Tretter (Knee) -- Out
CB Quinten Rollins (Neck, Concussion) -- Questionable
WR Jordy Nelson (Ribs, Illness) --Questionable
RB Christine Michael (Back) -- Questionable

Patriots vs. Dolphins live stream channels - telecast and live preview

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The New England Patriots can lock up home-field advantage throughout the AFC playoffs if they manage to beat the Miami Dolphins on Sunday. It’s the final week of the regular season, and while it’s safe to assume some teams will rest starters, it’s unclear what’s going to happen with the Patriots and Dolphins.
Sunday’s game will kick off at 1 p.m. ET and will be broadcast on CBS in the United States. A live stream online will be available via an online subscription to Sunday Ticket, while CBS All-Access will also carry the game if you both subscribe to the service and have login credentials for a participating cable or satellite provider.
Both the Patriots and Dolphins have something to fight for on Sunday, though both have punched their tickets into the postseason.
The Patriots could lock up the top seed in the AFC, while the Dolphins could move from the sixth to fifth seed, if the Kansas City Chiefs lose to the San Diego Chargers on Sunday. Although the Dolphins would still be a wild card team and have to play on the road, it would allow them to play the Houston Texans as opposed to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
That’s actually an important distinction. The Steelers seem far more capable of playing above their seeding and going deep in the playoffs. Ben Roethlisberger is a more stable quarterback, he has more weapons to work with in both the passing and running game, and the Steelers are a more complete team.
So it would be huge if the Dolphins could beat the Patriots on Sunday. The Dolphins have won their last three games, and nine of their last eight, falling only to the Baltimore Ravens in that stretch. They own wins over some bad teams in that stretch, but beat the Buffalo Bills twice and, wouldn’t you know it, the Steelers to start the streak.
The Dolphins last played the Patriots when Tom Brady was still suspended. Jimmy Garoppolo was starting that game ,and he was injured and gave way to rookie Jacoby Brissett. Garoppolo still threw three touchdowns while LeGarrette Blount ran for 123 yards. Brissett only needed to not lose the game, and he did that despite three Dolphins second-half touchdowns.
Ryan Tannehill threw for 387 yards and two touchdowns in that game, but he also had a pair of interceptions. But neither Tannehill nor Garoppolo will start that game. Instead it will be Brady and Matt Moore, who is taking over for the injured Tannehill.

Celtic vs Rangers Live Stream channels in HD with telecast

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Rangers will look to halt Celtic's charge in a New Year's Eve edition of the Old Firm Derby on Saturday. Celtic head into the game with a mammoth 16-point lead over their Glasgow rivals in the league table, having not dropped points since being held to a 2-2 draw by Inverness Caledonian Thistle back in September. Brendan Rodgers' men certainly head into the match as favourites.

However, it'll certainly be an intimidating trip for Celtic, who haven't won away at Ibrox since 2011. On that occasion, a brace from Georgios Samaras separated the two teams, though Rangers still went on to win the league title by a solitary point. Rather more comforting for Celtic is, however, the memory of their last meeting back in September, when a hat-trick Moussa Dembélé contributed to a 5-1 thrashing of the Gers.

How to watch, stream, and listen
TV: Fox Sports 1 (U.S.); Sportsnet World (Canada); Sky Sports 1/HD (U.K.)

Online streaming: Fox Sports Go, Fox Soccer 2Go (U.S.); Sportsnet World Now (Canada); Sky Go (U.K.)https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGUGAnZmpNqllU7fgYAahpmlvz1dflKR7


NFL Week 14 live time, preview, Stream links and updates

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NFL week 14 Preview

— The Cowboys only won by two points, but it was an impressive win on the road against the Vikings in a game where Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott weren’t at their best.— The Vikings are quickly falling out of the playoff contention and out of the hearts of DFS players everywhere.— As long as Jeremy Maclin is out, we can continue to target Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill. The two combined to see 14 of Alex Smith 25 pass attempts.— The Falcons took the lead late in the fourth quarter and lost because of a failed two-point conversion where the Chiefs picked it off and ran it back for two points. Yikes.— Matthew Stafford has been terrific this season, but the Lions’ offense sees a major decline in production outdoors.— Drew Brees had one of his worst games ever at home and I was there to see it in person. That loss essentially took the Saints out of the playoff picture.— Stream defenses against the Rams. Steam defenses against the Rams. Stream defenses against the Rams.— Awful news about Rob Gronkowski, but his injury does give a boost to the rest of the pass catchers in the Patriots’ offense.— Paxton Lynch is not ready to be a starting quarterback. The Broncos’ defense saved the day yet again in Week 13.— My poor Jaguars are 2-10 and it doesn’t appear like there is light at the end of the tunnel. Just a black hole named Bortles that sucks up everything around it.— After a loss to the Packers, Brock Osweiler said that the Texans’ offense was close to breaking out. Do not believe this man.— Not counting Aaron Rodgers, the Packers had six players with at least one carry on Sunday. That’s like trying to share a small pizza with five other people.— The Eagles are 4-1 at home and 1-6 on the road. These massive home/road splits may come in handy the next few weeks.— Andy Dalton completed passes to nine different receivers on Sunday. It’s close, but I still have their pass catchers ranked in this order: Tyler Eifert, Brandon LaFell, and then Tyler Boyd.— The Dolphins are bad.— The Ravens’ defense is really good. Their offense continues to be an easy fade in DFS outside of the occasional Steve Smith or Mike Wallace play.— Right when it looked like Colin Kaepernick was a safe cash game option, he gets benched. He’s a great bounce-back candidate in Week 14 against the Jets.— The Bears really want to give Jordan Howard the ball, as evidenced by his 32 carries. The Bears aren’t going to be playing with many leads moving forward though.— Mike Gillislee stole two more touchdowns from LeSean McCoy. He is the real MVP – Most Vulturizing Player.— The Raiders won another game where they came from behind. I want this to be real, but have a hard time believing in teams that win so many close games.— Rashad Jennings played on 50% of the snaps against the Steelers. Basically, Odell Beckham is the only reliable target left on the Giants.— Ladarius Green could be a thing in favorable tight end matchups. He played on 35 snaps against the Giants and caught six of 11 targets for 110 yards and a touchdown.— Kirk Cousins played fairly well considering his matchup against the Cardinals and the fact that he was missing his best wideout in Jordan Reed.— I sure hope Bruce Arians doesn’t get excited about Carson Palmer 300-yard game (99% chance he will). GIVE THE BALL TO DAVID JOHNSON.— The Buccaneers picked up a win on the road in a game where Mike Evans was held to three catches for 38 yards. Color me impressed.— Who loses games in a more brutal manner? The Chargers or the Falcons? Philip Rivers has had some truly terrible fourth quarters this year.— Cam Newton was punished for wearing arguably his most appropriate outfit of the season. Heads will roll in Carolina after this season.— People (including myself) overreact too often week-to-week. Thomas Rawls went from being the absolute chalk to less than 5% owned. Lessons can be learned here.— Andrew Luck looks poised for a big finish to the season. I’m riding his coat tails the rest of the way, especially in games at home.— J-E-T-S…. Jets! Jets? Jets 😞 It’s hard to have any excitement for this team, for DFS and for fans.

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In 13 games last year, Andy Dalton was sacked 20 times and threw for 25 touchdown passes. This year, in 12 games, he's already been sacked 32 times and has just 14 touchdown passes. The Bengals offense doesn’t have the same level of talent that it did a year ago, and although Dalton is not costing Cincinnati games, he hasn’t been able to deliver that little extra “oomph” that the team could use week to week.
Last week was encouraging for Bengals fans; our affiliate called it one of the best games of Dalton’s entire career. He completed 74% of his passes for 332 yards and 2 touchdowns, and was not sacked, in a victory over the Eagles. Dalton was efficient when he faced the Browns earlier this season, completing 68% of his passes for 308 yards and 2 touchdowns.
I’m intrigued to see Robert Griffin III in action again. Here is what I remember: during the preseason, he had some really nice deep passes that were completed, and he looked really fast when he decided to take off a couple of times. In Week 1, the read-option just didn’t work and he was very inaccurate before the unfortunate shoulder injury he suffered on the sideline. Griffin is very much a wildcard heading into this week, after not having played in a game for several months.

Alvarez vs. McGregor UFC 205 live stream, telecast, time and preview

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We are just two days away from UFC 205 live stream at Madison Square Garden in New York City, and today is the final pre-fight press conference. The plan is to start at 3 PM ET/12 PM PT, and you can most certainly watch the video at the top of the page, but it’s a Conor McGregor press conference, so don’t expect it to actually start on time.


The following people will be present and fielding questions from the media:

UFC lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez
UFC featherweight champion and lightweight title challenger Conor McGregor
UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley
UFC welterweight title challenger Stephen Thompson
UFC strawweight champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk
UFC strawweight title challenger Karolina Kowalkiewicz
UFC president Dana White

The UFC 205 press conference started the way so many do -- with everyone on stage except for Conor McGregor.

UFC president Dana White took to the podium, excited about the prospects of the massive UFC 205 fight card that features three title fights at Madison Square Garden, but McGregor's early absence was the point of discussion early. Eddie Alvarez, the lightweight champion and McGregor's opponent, steered into his status as the heel of this matchup in New York where McGregor is the fan favorite by taking shots at McGregor and the entire country of Ireland.

"I'm half Irish, right? I'm half Irish," Alvarez said. "I'm disappointed in the country of Ireland right now that this is their representative. [Points to an empty chair] Where is he? Where is he?"

The champion then walked off the stage saying, "Call me when he gets here," as he grew impatient waiting for McGregor to show up. White, asked about his prize fighter's delay and whether there would be a punishment, shrugged. "I'm in such a good mood for this event, it is what it is," he said.

Once everyone had been settled down from the physical altercation, the verbal jabs began flying between McGregor and Alvarez as they set the tone for what should be a heated matchup in the octagon on Saturday night.
Here are the best quotes from the press conference:
McGregor responding to Alvarez's comments on Ireland: "I don't give a f--- about what Eddie says. Who gives a f----? The Irish are back. We've taken back control of New York City. I control New York City. I'm a f----ing pimp ... in a f---ing mink. ... I'm fresh, ready to go. I'm going to shut this man up. Trust me on that."
McGregor on showing up late: "I operate on my own time, and I'm running early on my time."
Alvarez on what his future will be after the McGregor fight: "After I beat Conor and silence the country of Ireland, I'm going to have some pina coladas somewhere. You can find me there."
McGregor on his possible retirement: "I'm only warming up. I'm only warming up. I'll take all them damn belts over there."
McGregor on moving up to welterweight and go for a third belt: "All the belts."
Welterweight champ Tyron Woodley's response: "We punch a way different power in this weight division. Pack a lunch, brother."
McGregor on UFC saying he'll have to give up one of his belts if he has two: "I'll army up and then I'll see what kind of army they bring and we'll go from there. We'll cross that bridge when we get there."
McGregor's prediction for the fight: "I predict I rearrange his face. He's too easily hit. Through all the talking, through everything else, he can be hit too easily. It's happened his whole career. When you're talking about someone with the precision I have, I'm going to hit him and he's going to fall. ... I think one round. If he can hold out and he can drag it into the trenches, I'll take my hat off to him. But he'll never be the same if that's the case."
McGregor on possibility of facing Nate Diaz for the third time at UFC 209: "Possibly. Who knows? But I'm the most active guy up here. And that's a fact. We'll see."
McGregor on improving with each fight: "I looked in the mirror this morning and I said, 'Man, I'm better than I thought I was last night!' All these fights are learning experiences for me. They're very, very enjoyable. I'm very happy [Rafael dos Anjos] p------ out of the first one when I was supposed to get the second belt. I would've knocked him clean out like I said. I'm very happy that I was taken on that detour with Diaz. I got to learn about myself and evolve and go to that next level of my training and of my belief and here we are now and I'm a new version of myself once again."
McGregor on whether he has the mental edge: "I feel he's damaged goods. His career, he's been damaged goods. Looking at him, he's aged, he looks a little gaunt. ... The shots will land whether he's feeling good or feeling bad. My shots do damage and that's it."
Alvarez on being the champion: "I've always been the underground king of this sport. I've always been the UFC champion whether I was here or not. It was just a matter of time before I got here and got this belt and no one is getting it from me."


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