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Roundup: Brooks Koepka Beats Bryson DeChambeau; Stephen Sondheim Dies at 91; Duke Beats Gonzaga

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Brooks Koepka, Bryson DeChambeau, Capital One's The Match V: Bryson v Brooks
Brooks Koepka, Bryson DeChambeau, Capital One's The Match V: Bryson v Brooks / David Becker/GettyImages

Omicron listed as "a variant of concern" ... U.S. restricts travel from eight countries ... Stephen Sondheim died at 91 ... Dow plummets 900 points on COVID variant fears ... Psychedelic retreats are becoming more popular ... A look at where U.S. workers are quitting jobs at record rates ... A review of "The Hot Zone: Anthrax" ... Peter Jackson had to convince Paul and Ringer to let him make "The Beatles: Get Back" ... Brooks Koepka beat Bryson DeChambeau in "The Match" ... Ja Morant injured his knee ... LeBron James fined for obscene gesture ... LSU fans think Lincoln Riley will be new head coach ... Tre'Davious White tore his ACL ... TCU is hiring Sonny Dykes ... Starling Marte to sign with the Mets ... Duke beat Gonzaga in an epic battle ... Cincinnati finishes regular season undefeated ...

How bad has it gotten with the Detroit Lions? [Sports Illustrated]

The winners and losers of Thanksgiving Day football [The Ringer]

How did the rest of the NFL let Mac Jones fall to the New England Patriots? [The Athletic]

A look at Kyle Kuzma's fashion sense [ESPN]

A review of Paul Thomas Anderson's Licorice Pizza [The Atlantic]

Scott Frost painted his masterpiece in epic meltdown against Iowa [The Big Lead]

Rob Lowe faced down the Hot Ones gauntlet this week:

N.C. State scored two touchdowns in 26 seconds late to beat North Carolina:

Another scene from The Beatles: Get Back:

America -- "Horse with No Name"