GiveMeSport brings you the top stories from the world of US sport.
We begin in the NFL where the Seattle Seahawks are heading to their second straight Super Bowl after a dramatic comeback win over the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship game.
Momentum swung when Green Bay failed to collect an onside kick with two minutes to go and the man responsible for missing the catch, third string tight end Brandon Bostick, has today apologized for his error.
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"I let my team down, I feel like," Bostick told reporters in the Packers locker room after the game.
"There was a lot on this game. I just feel like if I was able to do my job - my assignment was to block - Jordy would've caught the ball and the game would've been over."
Seattle meanwhile will face the New England Patriots in the season finale after Tom Brady and co ran riot against the Indianapolis Colts, winning 45-7.
Accusations since concerning deflated balls have failed to dampen the veteran quarterback's spirits - Brady laughing off the cheating claims today.
Across to the NBA where third overall pick Joel Embiid has landed himself in trouble in Philadelphia.
With the hyped prospect currently undergoing rehabilitation having undergone surgery before the season even began, 76ers coaches have reportedly questioned his conditioning and work ethic. Embiid was even sent home from a recent Philadelphia West Coast road trip.
And finally the Detroit Red Wings came from 3 goals down to beat the Buffalo Sabres 6-4 last night in the NHL.
Kenrik Zetterberg registered a hattrick in helping Detroit mount the comeback, moving to seventh on the Red Wings' all-time scoring list in the process.