By SoE Staff

As part of an ongoing series, Sports on Earth is partnering with Getty Images to bring you the best snapshots from around the sports world each week, from No. 14 to No. 1.

This past week, we saw amazing photos from all over, from magnificence on ice during the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating to some funny antics on the gridiron in Glendale, Arizona.

Here are the top 14 photos from Nov. 21-27.

No. 14


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Tevaka Tuioti throws a pass amidst the shadows during New Mexico's 35-10 loss to San Diego State. Tuioti threw for 156 yards, a touchdown and a pair of interceptions, both to SDSU's Tariq Thompson, as the Aztecs dominated the Lobos.

No. 13


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The Los Angeles offensive line recharges in the sun during a 28-6 Chargers victory over the Cowboys on Thanksgiving. Those linemen benefitted from the extra Vitamin D, holding up the pocket as Philip Rivers threw for 434 yards and three scores.

No. 12


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Kris Wilkes and D'Mitrik Trice fight for the loose ball and try to untangle themselves during UCLA's game against Wisconsin at the National Collegiate Basketball Hall Of Fame Classic on Nov. 21. The Bruins took home a 72-70 victory.

No. 11


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Team Marigold Iceunity skated circles around the competition during the 2017 ISU Shanghai Trophy on Nov. 24. The Finnish squad finished in second behind the reigning world champions, Team Paradise of Russia.

No. 10


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Baylor's undefeated start isn't just smoke and mirrors, but the reflective hardwood in the paint at the Sprint Center was a nice touch during their 70-65 victory over Wisconsin at the National Collegiate Basketball Hall Of Fame Classic. The 16th-ranked Bears face a huge test in their next game, a road contest against No. 21 Xavier.

No. 9


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LeSean McCoy leaves Kansas City linebacker Derrick Johnson in the dust during Buffalo's tilt against the Chiefs on Sunday. "Shady" finished with just 49 yards rushing, but he made his mark on Buffalo's 16-10 victory with this highlight-reel effort.

No. 8


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Stoffel Vandoorne turns the racetrack into a postmodern art gallery, whirring around during the Abu Dhabi Formula One Grand Prix at Yas Marina Circuit on Nov. 26. Despite the impressive optics, Vandoorne finished 12th due to what he claimed was damage done to the car at the beginning of the race.

No. 7


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Tyrann Mathieu holds on for dear life as he breaks up Keelan Cole's effort during the Cardinals' victory over the Jaguars on Sunday. Cole finished the day with two catches for 30 yards, but Mathieu, an All-Pro defensive back, helped lead his team to victory with an interception.

No. 6


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Chris Knierim tosses his wife, Alexa Scimeca Knierim, into the air during their routine at the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating on Nov. 24. The duo finished as the top American pair, earning fifth-place honors. The Knierims are just as crazy about skating as they are about each other -- when the pair got married in June 2016, their coach was their officiant.

No. 5


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Shannon Evans wasn't afraid to show some emotion after his Arizona State team took home the Las Vegas Invitational title on Nov. 24. The Sun Devils crushed Xavier, 102-86, to claim the championship as Evans finished with 22 points.

No. 4


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Amidst a red glow, a scrum of Sevilla FC supporters do their best to pump up the club's fans and intimidate the opposition before a UEFA Champions League matchup against Liverpool on Nov. 21. Liverpool took a 3-0 lead to start the contest, but Sevilla rallied back to salvage a 3-3 draw.

No. 3


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Cardinals quarterback Drew Stanton made sure to match his cleats with his outfit when warming up before a game against Jacksonville. Stanton lost a skills competition and had to don quite a pink dress as a result. Maybe it provided some good luck, though, as the Cardinals notched a 27-24 victory over the Jaguars and gave Stanton's teammates another thing to smile about.

No. 2


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Kaori Sakamoto gets cozy with the blade of her skate during her routine on Day 3 of the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating on Nov. 26. Sakamoto finished in second place overall at the event, behind fellow countrywoman Satoko Miyahara, with personal bests in the free skate and short program routines.

No. 1


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Who says baseball stops after the World Series? Members of the Colombian National Team celebrate their 6-4 victory over Panama in the XVIII Bolivarian Games on Nov. 23. The host country used a four-run third inning to fuel its 6-4 victory in the championship game.