Photos: Rams defeat Buccaneers in thrilling playoff triumph
Gina Ferazzi, Robert Gauthier
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The Rams kept their Super Bowl hopes alive Sunday, defeating Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a thrilling, 30-27 victory in the NFC divisional playoffs at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla. The Rams will play the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship game on Jan. 30.
Here are some of the best photos of the Rams' win from veteran Los Angeles Times photographers Gina Ferazzi and Robert Gauthier:
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — The opposition Labor Party appeared more likely than Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s coalition to form government after Australia’s election on Saturday that could result in a rare hung parliament. Center-left Labor could still form a majority government, based on early vote counting, lawmakers and analysts said. But the coalition’s only hope was to form a minority administration in a hung parliament. “The coalition can’t get there in its own right, no,” former Defense
Sunderland make their way down to Wembley on Saturday and are on the brink of a return to the Championship. Alex Neil is just one win away from rounding off a brilliant first few months of his tenure and could be the man to kickstart their resurgence after one of the bleakest periods in the club’s history. Standing in their way, however, are a Wycombe side to have tasted success in the play-offs before.
Rangers must dust themselves down quickly as they prepare for their second final in the space of a few days. While Wednesday night’s heartache in Seville will take some getting over, the best possible cure will be beating Hearts in the Scottish Cup final later today. Indeed, Giovanni van Bronckhorst must ensure Rangers don’t end one of their most memorable seasons in history without a trophy, although it’s hard to argue this is the one they truly wanted.
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That groovy crew steering the good ship Roland Garros has come up with a rip-roaring idea to welcome the full complement of fans to the centre court at the 2022 French Open. Before each of the 10 night matches on Court Philippe Chatrier, a DJ will mix the sounds to be pumped through the weapons-grade sound system installed around encircling the arena. Rafa and the Nadallas dancing in the seat? And why not? Amid the whoosh of tunes, a snazzy video presenting the evening’s line-up will be shown on
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