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-Heath Miller (right) became the first tight end to be named Steelers' MVP.
-Mike Adams was named the team's rookie of the year.
-Dick LeBeau wants to return in 2013.
-Will Mike Wallace be back?
-The Raiders placed defensive lineman Richard Seymour on injured reserve due to hamstring and knee injuries.
-Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman won his appeal of a four-game suspension related to positive drug test.
-49ers defensive lineman Justin Smith is dealing with a partially torn triceps.
-Pitt center Malcolm Gilbert transfers.
-Alex Kirk scored 15 points for New Mexico which upset No. 8 Cincinnati, 55-54.
-The lockout? Still going on.
-Jeff Zatkoff made 12 saves for the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins in a 4-1 loss to the rival Hershey Bears. The Penguins have lost eight of their past nine games.
-Wilkes-Barre/Scranton is 1-5-1 against Hershey this season.
-Simon Despres went at it with Hershey's Cameron Schilling:
-Chris Barton and Luke Pither each had a regulation goal and two assists for the Wheeling Nailers in a 5-4 shootut loss to the Greenville Road Warriors. Peter Delmas made 22 saves for Wheeling which had a six-game winning streak snapped.
-The Three Rivers Classic - featuring the men's teams from Robert Morris, Penn State, Ohio State and Miami, Ohio - will be held today and Saturday.
-Penguins forward prospect Teddy Bluegers had no points, three shots and was minus-1 for Latvia in a 7-2 loss to Switzerland at the World Junior Championships.
-Capitals forward prospect Riley Barber, a native of Washington, Pa., had a goal and two assists for the United States which routed Germany, 8-0. Duck goaltending prospect John Gibson, a native of Whitehall, made 19 saves and combined with Flames goaltending prospect Jon Gillies (seven saves) to earn a shutout. Rangers forward prospect J.T. Miller, a native of East Palestine, Ohio, had one goal for the United States while teammate Vince Trocheck, a Panthers forward prospect from Upper St. Clair, recorded three shots.
-West Virginia will focus on Syracuse's running game in the Pinstripe Bowl.
-Pennsylvania lawmakers want to keep the fine Penn State is paying in relation to the Jerry Sandusky scandal in Pennsylvania.
David Fales threw for 395 yards and two touchdowns for No. 24 San Jose State in which beat Bowling Green, 29-20, in the Military Bowl.
-Brendon Kay threw for 332 yards and four touchdowns to lead Cincinnati past Duke, 48-34, in the Belk Bowl.
-Glasco Martin IV had 98 yards rushing and three touchdowns for Baylor which routed No. 17 UCLA, 49-26, in the Holiday Bowl.
-Former Yankees/Angels/Athletics/Rays outfielder Hideki Matsui announced his retirement.
(Photos: Miller-Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)
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