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Who won last night's football game?

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To find out the score of your favorite college or professional football team's latest game, visit a sports-related news website such as ESPN or Yahoo Sports. The "Sports" section of your local newspaper is also an excellent source for the previous day's results.

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Who won last night's football game?
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For the latest college and professional scores on the ESPN website, for example, select the appropriate tab, such as NCAAF or NFL, at the top of the ESPN home page. On the next page, click "Scores" to see the most recent scores, and proceed to the previous day, if desired. These sports pages provide box scores of the last games played, statistics, game recaps and play analysis.

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