What we know about Damar Hamlin's current condition, plus other notes from what happened in sports on Monday

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Good early morning, everybody. Today’s newsletter is going to look a bit various than it generally does. Last night, Bills security Damar Hamlin collapsed after making a deal with throughout the very first quarter of Buffalo’s video game versus the Bengals. He is presently in vital condition, according to an NFL declaration.

The extremely expected contest in between 2 of the NFL’s leading groups was stopped briefly as it ended up being clear how serious the scenario was and after that ultimately delayed.

Here is what occurred, in sequential order, in addition to the most recent info on Hamlin’s condition:

  • Hamlin, 24, got to his feet after making a deal with on Bengals pass receiver Tee Higgins. He then right away fell in reverse, collapsing back onto the field. He got medical attention and was provided CPR and oxygen while on the field.
  • Hamlin was filled into an ambulance on the field and, about thirty minutes after suffering the injury, was transferred to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center — situated about 6 miles from Paycor Stadium.
  • The video game was at first suspended briefly. However, Bills head coach Sean McDermott and Bengals head coach Zac Taylor fulfilled on the field, and the groups wound up going to their particular locker spaces.
  • Shortly after 10 p.m. — more than an hour after the injury — the video game was formally delayed.
  • The NFL held a teleconference in the wee hours of this early morning. Here are the information.
  • Overnight, the Bills launched a couple of more information, describing that Hamlin “suffered a cardiac arrest” after taking the hit which his “heartbeat was restored on the field.”

It’s uncertain how, when or if this video game will be resumed or comprised, however we will have updates for you on the whole scenario here.

News and notes 📝

  • USC Heisman Trophy winner Caleb Williams tossed a Cotton Bowl-record 5 goal passes, however Michael Pratt and Tulane raised the prize. The Green Wave rattled 16 straight points over the last 4:07 to beat the Trojans, 46-45. Pratt tossed a dart to Alex Bauman with 9 seconds staying for the game-winning rating, and the Green Wave, who went 2-10 last season, completed 12-2 this season. The 10-win dive is the biggest in FBS history.
  • Later Monday, Penn State produced a few of its grandest plays ever in the Granddaddy of Them All, utilizing 2 long goals to retreat from Utah and win the Rose Bowl, 35-21. Nicholas Singleton swindled an 87-yard goal run early in the 3rd quarter, and Sean Clifford discovered KeAndre Lambert-Smith on an 88-yard goal pass to open the 4th. It was the longest goal pass in program bowl history. In in between those 2 plays, Utah quarterback Cameron Rising suffered a game-ending injury in the Rose Bowl for the 2nd straight season.
  • Donovan Mitchell gathered a Cavaliersrecord 71 points in a 145-134 overtime win over the BullsIt’s connected for the eighth-most points ever in an NBA video game. Just like Luka Doncic‘s historical efficiency recently, Mitchell’s leading emphasize featured his group down 3 late and him making the very first free-throw, intentionally missing out on the 2nd, getting the rebound and scoring the game-tying basket. Here are all of the numbers behind Mitchell’s extraordinary efficiency.
  • Rutgers surprised No. 1 Purdue, 65-64 at Mackey Arena to hand the Boilermakers their very first loss of the season. Cam Spencer drilled the game-winning 3-pointer with 13.3 seconds left, and no, you’re not experiencing remembrance: The Scarlet Knights likewise handed then-No. 1 Purdue its very first loss in 2015 with a late 3-pointer. Rutgers is now 2-11 all-time vs. AP No. 1 groups, and both wins are over Purdue. No. 21 New Mexico is the only staying unbeaten group in Division I.
  • LeBron James scored 43 points in a win over the Hornets and is on speed to pass Kareem Abdul-Jabbar‘s profession scoring record in a month.
  • Meanwhile, Klay Thompson set up 54 points versus the Hawks — consisting of 10 3-pointers.
  • Zion Williamson suffered a hamstring injury and did not return in a loss to the 76ers.
  • Just days after his Michigan Wolverines lost to TCU in the biggest upset in College Football Playoff history, Jim Harbaugh would take an NFL task if provided one, according to reports.
  • The Bruins beat the Penguins, 2-1, in the 2023 Winter Classic at Fenway Park behind a set of third-period objectives from Jake DeBrusk.
  • Julius Randle‘s most current fantastic video game made him “MVP” chants from the Madison Square Garden crowd.

What we’re enjoying Tuesday 📺

🏀 Mississippi State at No. 8 Tennessee, 7 p.m. on ESPN2
🏀 Wizards at Bucks, 8 p.m. on NBA TELEVISION
🏒 Stars at Kings, 10 p.m. on ESPN



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