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Chip Kelly is back and looking to dominate

Kelly doesn't do much talking, even those closest to him will tell you that. But it's one of the reasons why Kelly's decision to take over at UCLA makes perfect sense.

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The Pac-12 players, games and teams you need to know

Check out Pac-12 Heisman hopefuls, who made our all-conference team, players to know, new coaches and more before kickoff.

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Did the Home Run Derby 'fix' Bryce Harper?

It's been a month since the Nats slugger staged an epic comeback in D.C. He denies it turned his season around -- but the numbers say otherwise.

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Predictions on four major NFL holdouts

Recent history shows it's an uphill battle for players. Plus, an insider predicts how this year's quartet of elite holdouts will turn out.

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This 53-man roster worth $168,513,049 is the perfect team

We gave Bill Barnwell the NFL's $177 million salary cap to spend -- sort of -- and asked him to build a flawless squad ... with a few rules. This is the result.

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On This Date: Aug. 16, 1920

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  • Ray Chapman dies after being hit in head with pitch

    On Aug. 16, 1920, Carl Mays hit Chapman on the left side of his head with a pitch as the Yankees played the Indians. The shortstop would die in the hospital the next day.