December 21, 2014
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The Detroit Lions came from behind and beat the Chicago Bears 20-14 in Chicago on Sunday to keep their division title hopes alive.  Reggie Bush and Joique Bell each rushed for a touchdown for the Lions, while Calvin Johnson went over 1,000 yards receiving after making six catches for 103 yards.  The Lions will play in Green Bay next Sunday, with the winner taking the NFC North
The Philadelphia Eagles lost on Saturday 27-24 to the Washington Red Skins, clinching a playoff berth for the Detroit Lions.  The Lions are back in the playoffs for the first time since 2011 and will try to snap a seven game post season losing streak.  Since winning the championship in 1957, Detroit has won just one playoff game, beating the Cowboys in 1991, and is (1-10) in eleven post
No. 25 Michigan State lost in overtime to Texas Southern 71-64 on Saturday.  It was just the second win of the season in ten games for Southern.  Matt Costello had 17 points for MSU, who had a three game win streak come to an end.  The Spartans (8-4) will host Citadel on Monday.  In other action, Michigan lost its fourth straight game, falling 62-51 to SMU in Ann Arbor.
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