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Anquan Boldin Foundation Gives Back

WEST PALM BEACH (WPEC) -  Today we had another great example of our local professional athletes continuing to give back to the community.

75 kids from Butler family large day care in Pahokee were invited to Wal-Mart in West Palm Beach for the Anquan Boldin Foundation's holiday shopping event.

The kids, aged 3-12 were given a 100 dollar gift card from Boldin, the former Pahokee star wide receiver who now plays for the Baltimore Ravens. Anquan's mother says her son just loves giving back.Anquan Boldin Foundation Gives Back

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UNDATED (AP) -- The 11-0 and top-ranked Clemson Tigers are playing 3-8 South Carolina in rivalry game. The Tigers are trying to avoid a loss that would likely boot the Tigers out of the four-team College Football Playoff.

For South Carolina, knocking off the top-ranked Tigers would be a perfect way to salvage a disappointing season.

The Tigers have racked up at least 500 yards total offense in each of their last seven games.

In other AP Top-25 football:

-- Second-ranked Alabama takes its 10-1 mark on the road at 6-5 Auburn. The Crimson Tide can secure a spot in the SEC championship game against No. 10 Florida with a win or a Mississippi loss to Mississippi State.

-- No. 3 Oklahoma State takes on No. 5 Oklahoma in a battle of 11-1 teams trying to stay alive for the College Football Playoff. The winner claims the Big 12 conference champions.

-- Fourth-ranked Notre Dame hits the road to play at No. 13 Stanford in what is basically an elimination game for the College Football Playoff. The 10-1 Fighting Irish have lost only to top-ranked Clemson.

-- Sixth-ranked Michigan State can improve to 11-1 with a victory at home against 7-4 Penn State. After upsetting unbeaten Ohio State, the Spartans can wrap up a spot in the Big Ten championship game with a victory.

-- Eighth-ranked Ohio State is playing at No. 12 Michigan. The Buckeyes and Wolverines need a win and a Michigan State loss to earn a spot in next week's Big 10 title game.

-- Tenth-ranked Florida is home against No. 14 Florida State. The Gators are ranked 12th in the College Football Playoff rankings and need to beat the Seminoles and win the SEC Championship next week to have a chance at cracking the top four in the playoff rankings.


UNDATED (AP) -- Bill Cubit has agreed to a two-year contract to be football coach at Illinois after serving on an interim basis this season. The former offensive coordinator took over after Tim Beckman was let go before the start of the season and guided the Fighting Illini to a 5-6 record.

The appointment awaits the expected approval of the school's board of trustees.

Cubit will make $1.2 million per year.


-- Tulane has fired football coach Curtis Johnson after three losing seasons. Johnson guided the Green Wave to its first bowl game in 11 years in 2013, but Tulane was only able to win six games in the last two seasons. Johnson's cumulative record was 15-34.


UNDATED (AP) -- Fresh off their 86-83 victory over Rhode Island in the Cancun Challenge tournament in Mexico, second-ranked Maryland returns stateside to host Cleveland State tonight. The Terps are looking to improve to 6-0 on the young season

Elsewhere in AP Top-25 hoops:

Fourth-ranked Iowa State continues play in Florida, Purdue hosts Lehigh and No. 24 Cincinnati continues its play at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.


UNDATED (AP) -- The Golden State Warriors try to continue their record-setting start to the season. The 17-0 Warriors are huge favorites to make it 18-0 as they host Sacramento tonight.

In the rest of the seven-game NBA schedule tonight, Brooklyn is at Cleveland, Dallas hosts Denver, Atlanta is at San Antonio, Portland hosts the L.A. Lakers and New Orleans is at Utah.

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