1941 — The Chicago Bears win the NFL championship with a 37-9 rout of the New York Giants.
1975 — The Buffalo Sabres score eight goals in the third period of a 14-2 victory over the Washington Capitals.
1981 — Doug Schloerner's 15-foot jump shot with 1 second remaining in the seventh overtime gives Cincinnati a 75-73 victory over Bradley. The seven overtimes set an NCAA record.
1997 — Barry Sanders of the Detroit Lions becomes the third player to rush for 2,000 yards in a season when he gains 184 in a 13-10 win over the New York Jets. Sanders finishes with 2,053 yards, second to Eric Dickerson's 2,105 in 1984.
2001 — Dwayne DeRosario scores six minutes into overtime as the San Jose Earthquakes beat the Los Angeles Galaxy 2-1 to win their first MLS Cup.
2003 — Detroit loses its 24th straight road game, an NFL record, falling at Carolina 20-14. The Lions last won on the road on Dec. 17, 2000, at the N.Y. Jets.
2003 — Peyton Manning of Indianapolis extends his NFL record to five straight seasons with at least 4,000 yards passing in a 31-17 loss to Denver. No other quarterback has had more than three 4,000-yard seasons in a row.
2007 — Rusty Smith passes for 336 yards and a New Orleans Bowl record five touchdowns to lead Florida Atlantic to a 44-27 victory over Memphis.
2008 — Detroit becomes the first 0-15 team when it's routed 42-7 by the New Orleans Saints. The Lions also break NFL records by being outscored by a combined 176 points at home and by an average of 22 points.
2008 — Cleveland's Jamal Lewis becomes the 24th player in NFL history to rush for 10,000 career yards in the Browns' 14-0 loss to Cincinnati.
2008 — San Francisco's Isaac Bruce becomes the fifth player to reach 1,000 catches on a 3-yard touchdown grab in the 49ers' 17-16 win at St. Louis.
2009 — Martin Brodeur surpasses Terry Sawchuk's 40-year-old NHL record with his 104th career shutout, leading New Jersey to a 4-0 victory over Pittsburgh.
2010 — The No. 1-ranked Connecticut women's basketball team tops the 88-game winning streak by John Wooden's UCLA men's team from 1971-74, beating No. 22 Florida State 93-62. Maya Moore has a double-double with a career-high 41 points and 10 rebounds and Bria Hartley adds 21 points for the Huskies, who hold the record for the longest winning streak in all of college basketball history.