11 29 2015
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PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- Portland coach Nate McMillan's experiment with a three-guard starting lineup has sparked the Trail Blazers. Portland won its second consecutive game since McMillan employed a starting lineup that includes guards Brandon Roy, Andre Miller and Steve Blake. It was Miller leading the way Sunday, as he scored 21 points to lead Portland to a 116-93 win over Minnesota.

SEATTLE (AP) -- Overtime for the second time in three weeks seemed so imminent for Washington. Then came a blown coverage that allowed Arizona State's Danny Sullivan to find Chris McGaha for a 50-yard touchdown with 5 seconds left to give the Sun Devils a 24-17 win on Saturday night, a harsh blow to the Huskies' hopes of getting back to a bowl game for the first time since 2002.

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