Compiled By PAUL MONTELLA
By The Associated Press
1942 -- The Washington Redskins win the NFL Championship with a 14-6 victory over the Chicago Bears.
1981 -- John McEnroe and Roscoe Tanner lead the United States to a 3-1 victory over Argentina in the Davis Cup final.
1983 -- Detroit beats Denver 186-184 in triple overtime in the highest-scoring game in NBA history. Isiah Thomas scores 47 and John Long adds 41 for the Pistons. Denver's Kiki Vandeweghe had 51 points.
1992 -- Manon Rheaume becomes the first woman to play in a regular-season professional game when she appears in the Atlanta Knights' 4-1 loss to Salt Lake City in the International Hockey League.
1995 -- Detroit's Paul Coffey becomes the first NHL defenseman to reach 1,000 career assists, setting up Igor Larionov's first-period goal in the Red Wings' 3-1 victory over Chicago.
1997 -- Michigan's Charles Woodson is named the first predominantly defensive player to receive the Heisman Trophy in the 63 years of the award. Woodson and the Wolverines go on to defeat Washington State in the 1998 Rose Bowl, claiming a perfect 12-0 season and a share of the National Championship.
1998 -- Gary Anderson kicks six field goals, setting the NFL record with 34 straight without a miss, in Minnesota's 38-28 victory over Baltimore.
2000 -- Utah guard John Stockton records his 14,000th career assist in the final minute of the Jazz's 111-102 loss to Milwaukee. Stockton, the NBA's career assist leader, becomes one of two players to surpass 10,000 assists. Magic Johnson ended his career with 10,141.
2003 -- Mount Union breaks its own NCAA record by winning its 55th consecutive game, beating Bridgewater 66-0 in the NCAA Division III semifinals.
2004 -- In Sestriere, Italy, World Cup leader Bode Miller wins a slalom to join Marc Girardelli as the only men to win races in all four disciplines in a season. Miller has won slalom, giant slalom, super-G and downhill races in a span of 16 days.
2004 -- Tennessee's Billy Volek, replacing the injured Steve McNair, passes for a career-high 426 yards in 49-38 loss to Kansas City. Titans receiver Drew Bennett catches 12 passes for 233 yards and three touchdowns.
2005 -- Tim Montgomery is suspended for two years for doping, and the 100-meter world record he once held is wiped from the books.
2007 -- Trevor Brazile clinches his fifth world all-around title during the eighth round of the National Finals Rodeo.
2007 -- Major League Baseball's Mitchell Report is released, identifying 85 names to differing degrees in the 409-page document. The biggest name linked by former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell to illegal use of steroids and other performance-enhancing drugs is seven-time Cy Young Award winner Roger Clemens.
2008 -- Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford wins the Heisman after guiding the highest-scoring team in major college football history to the national championship game. A year after Tim Tebow became the first sophomore to win the Heisman, Bradford becomes the second.
2009 -- New Orleans and Indianapolis remain undefeated, joining five other NFL teams to reach 13-0. The Colts beat Denver 28-16, breaking NFL records for most consecutive regular-season wins (22) and most wins in a decade (114). Indy's 114th victory of the decade breaks a tie with the 1990s San Francisco 49ers. Denver's Brandon Marshall sets the NFL record with 21 catches, surpassing the mark San Francisco's Terrell Owens set on Dec. 17, 2000. Marshall finishes with 200 yards and two touchdowns.
2010 -- Minnesota quarterback Brett Favre, 41, is sidelined by a throwing shoulder too damaged for even him to overcome. The injury ends of one of the greatest individual streaks in all of sports. Favre had made 297 consecutive starts over 19 seasons.
2010 -- Jonathan Quick makes 51 saves for his 10th NHL shutout in the Los Angeles Kings' 5-0 victory over the Detroit Red Wings.
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