LOS ANGELES (AP) — Lamar Jackson tied a career high with five touchdown passes and the Baltimore Ravens improved to 9-2 with their seventh straight win, a 45-6 blowout over the Rams in Los Angeles. Jackson was 15 of 20 for 169 yards and also picked up 95 yards rushing on just eight carries. Marquise Brown and Willie Snead each grabbed two scoring passes, while Mark Ingram scored two touchdowns while rushing for 111 yards.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indianapolis Colts have put Pro Bowl tight end Eric Ebron on injured reserve with an ankle injury that’s expected to sideline him the rest of the season. The move comes days after top receiver T.Y. Hilton returned to the lineup and at a time when Indy’s offense has struggled. Ebron had 31 receptions for 375 yards and three touchdowns in his second season with the 6-5 Colts.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Bob Davie has agreed to step aside as New Mexico’s head football coach at the end of the season. Davie is 35-63 with the Lobos as he completes his eighth season at the school, leading the team to two bowl games. New Mexico is 2-9 this season following losses in its last eight games.
BOSTON (AP) — Boston Celtics guard Kemba Walker will be kept out of the lineup until he’s able to participate in a full practice. Walker collided with a teammate head-first and went down to the court in a heap against the Denver Nuggets on Friday night. A brace was placed around his neck and he was strapped to a backboard before being placed onto a gurney and wheeled off the court. However, the Celtics say the injury isn’t serious.
UNDATED (AP) — Duke remains the top team in the latest Associated Press men’s basketball poll following last week’s wins over California and Georgetown at Madison Square Garden. The 6-0 Blue Devils picked up 53 of 65 first-place votes, while No. 2 Louisville received seven to remain in second. Michigan State and Kansas remain third and fourth respectively, but Maryland has moved ahead of North Carolina for fifth.