UMass 75, Florida St. 69

Donte Clark contributes to UMass win over Florida State

 Zach Coleman (left) congratulates Jabarie Hinds (15 points) Sunday after UMass defeated Florida State.  (AP Photo/Fred Beckham)

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Donte Clark netted 15 points, tying the team high, and grabbed four rebounds in the win.

Dayton 65, Boston College 53

Boston College men’s basketball loses to Dayton

The Eagles were victimized by turnovers and poor shooting in the third-place game of the Puerto Rico Tip-Off.

LaDontae Henton saved the day for Providence, scoring 38 points and deflecting a last-second shot.

men’s college basketball roundup

UConn thwarted by West Virginia

Juwan Staten scored 23 points and West Virginia held off several second-half runs to beat No. 17 Connecticut, 78-68.

Amherst women win NCAA record 100th straight game at home

The Lord Jeffs set an NCAA record, winning their 100th straight home game to break UConn’s record with a 73-63 victory over Baruch on Sunday.

College football notebook

Alabama, Florida State face challenges in rivalry week

From Thanksgiving night through Saturday, the potential for mayhem and a major shake-up in the College Football Playoff race exists.

BOSTON, MA - NOVEMBER 22: Andrew Fischer #1 of the Harvard Crimson leaps into the endzone for the game-winning touchdown in the fourth quarter in front of Cole Champion #5 of the Yale Bulldogs during the game at Harvard Stadium in their 131st meeting on November 22, 2014 in Boston, Massachusetts. The Crimson win resulted in an undefeated 10-0 season and the Ivy League championship. (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)

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Harvard 31, Yale 24

Late touchdown lifts Harvard over Yale

Harvard claimed the Ivy League title with the victory in the 131st edition of The Game.

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In their 131st meeting, Harvard beat Yale, 31-24, giving the Crimson their 17th perfect season.

Harvard-Yale notebook

Crimson’s Fischer caught on after early drop

Harvard’s Andrew Fischer finished with eight catches for 149 yards and a pair of touchdowns in Harvard’s 31-24 win.

MIT 27, HUSSON 20

MIT wins Div. 3 football playoff game in overtime

Quarterback Peter Williams threw for two touchdowns, including the winner in OT for MIT.

FLORIDA STATE 20, BC 17

Late field goal lifts Florida State over Boston College

Robert Aguayo’s 26-yard field goal with three seconds left won it for the Seminoles.