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Around the horn: Top 5 sports stories from the weekend



Super Bowl Sunday left the San Francisco 49ers defeated by the Baltimore Ravens 34-31. The 49ers rallied and made a comeback in the second half but fell short in the final minutes.

• Head coach of the 49ers Jim Harbaugh criticizes the officials for not making a call on Sunday that could have changed the outcome of the game. Harbaugh believes that Jimmy Smith’s contact with Michael Crabtree should have been a pass interference.

• A match-fixing investigation reveals over 680 suspicious European soccer games including the World Cup. Europol gives a number of match officials and countries that could be involved in fixing games since 2008.

Indiana has reached the top of the AP Poll in college basketball, followed by Florida, who lost to the Wildcats in December. Arizona sits at No. 7.

ASU alum Phil Mickelson won the Waste Management Phoenix Open by four shots after having lead the whole tournament.

-Megan Coghlan is the online sports editor. Follow @WildcatSports and @MeganCoghlan on twitter.


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