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January 10, 2014
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January 10
1995 NHL owners reject players unrestricted free agency proposal (one year at 32, five years at 31) and counter with three years at 32 and three at 31.
1995 The Los Angeles Rams fired head coach Chuck Knox, who finished the season with a seven-game losing streak and a 4-12 record.
2002 The Minnesota Vikings named Mike Tice their new head coach.
2004 Steve Smith's 69-yard touchdown reception on the first play of the second overtime gave the Carolina Panthers a 29-23, victory over the St. Louis Rams in a NFC divisional playoff game.
2004 Adam Vinatieri kicked a 46-yard field goal with 4:06 remaining in the fourth quarter to lift the New England Patriots to a 17-14 victory over the Tennessee Titans in the AFC divisional playoffs.
2006 Bruce Sutter was elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
2008 The Washington Capitals signed LW Alex Ovechkin to a 13-year contract extension worth $124 million.
2009 The Baltimore Ravens defeated the Tennesee Titans 13-10, to advance the AFC Championship game.
2009 The Arizona Cardinals advanced to the NFC Championship Game for the first time in franchise history with a 33-13 victory over the Carolina Panthers.
2009 Northern State men's basketball coach Don Meyer passed legendary coach Bob Knight to become the NCAA's all-time leader with his 903rd victory. They defeated University of Mary, 82-62.
2010 The Baltimore Ravens defeated the New England Patriots 33-14, in a AFC wildcard matchup.
2010 Karlos Dansby caught Aaron Rodgers' fumble out of the air and returned it 17 yards for a touchdown to give the Arizona Cardinals a wild 51-45 overtime win against the Packers in the highest scoring postseason contest in NFL history.
2010 Texas Tech named Tommy Tuberville its new head football coach.
2011 Auburn won its second college football national championship on a last-second field goal, as Wes Byrum's 19-yard kick lifted Auburn over Oregon, 22-19.
2011 Pittsburgh named Todd Graham its new head football coach.
2012 The Oakland Raiders fired head coach Hue Jackson.
2012 The Jacksonville Jaguars named Mike Mularkey their new head coach.
2012 NFL WR Derrick Mason announced his retirement.
2013 The Cleveland Browns named Rob Chudzinski their new head coach.

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