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Morning Radio Sportscast — December 13th
from Michelle Peyroux
December 13, 2016 -

(LRN) — Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin has agreed to become Florida Atlantic’s coach. Kiffin was being pursued by LSU to be offensive coordinator under head coach Ed Oregeron. It’s now reported that LSU’s top choice for OC is Pittsburgh offensive coordinator Matt Canada.

LSU picked up a big recruit today. Monty Rice, the 21st-ranked inside linebacker in the 2017 class, chose the Tigers. Rice becomes the 18th verbal pledge in the class.

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A former Mississippi State University football player and his brother have been arrested in a weekend shooting that left one man dead and another critically wounded. Scott County Sheriff Deputies arrested 24-year-old Quay Evans of Lena; and his brother, 28-year-old Samuel M. Evans of Morton. Both are charged with murder and attempted murder. Lee says a judge will consider bail Tuesday.

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Tom Brady passed for 406 yards and three touchdowns in the New England Patriots' fourth straight win, 30-23 over the Baltimore Ravens. The Patriots saw a 23-3 lead shrink to 23-20 before Chris Hogan scored on a 79-yard reception with 6:18 left. The Patriots improved to an AFC-best 11-2 and dropped the 7-6 Ravens one game behind Pittsburgh in the AFC North.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Los Angeles Rams have fired head coach Jeff Fisher. Fisher was 31-45-1 after being hired by the Rams in 2012 and was unable to lead the team to the postseason. Sunday's 42-14 rout by the Falcons gave him 165 regular-season losses as an NFL coach, tying Dan Reeves for the most in league history.

(LRN) — The Supreme Court has rejected challenges to the NFL's estimated $1 billion concussion settlement. The court's action clears the way for payouts to begin to former players who have been diagnosed with brain injuries linked to repeated concussions. The settlement covers more than 20,000 NFL retirees.

The Giants' 10-7 win over the Cowboys on Sunday is the most-watched prime-time NFL telecast this season, drawing a total audience of 26.7 million viewers. The 26.5 million viewers solely watching on NBC was a high for a prime-time NFL game since 1989. TV viewership peaked at 28.1 million from 11:30-11:35 p.m. EST for the game's final .

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