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NFL

OBJ says he will be OK.

The wide receiver is confident that his left-ankle sprain isn't a serious injury and says it is up to the coaches whether he will play the remaining preseason.

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Giants

NFL

OBJ leaves with ankle sprain.

Odell Beckham Jr. makes a leaping catch in the second quarter and comes down awkwardly, forcing him to exit the game.

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NCAAF

Florida State, Alabama meet in Week 1.

Get hyped, as the third-ranked Seminoles take on the top-ranked Crimson Tide at 8 p.m. ET Sept. 2 on ABC.

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Dodgers

MLB

Puig's homer gives Dodgers 12th-inning lead.

Knotted at 5-5 in extras, Yasiel Puig mashes a solo home run to center field for the go-ahead in the Dodgers' win over the Pirates.

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MLB

Indians walk off on Red Sox error.

With the game tied in the bottom of the ninth, Roberto Perez bunts to first, then Brock Holt's throw to third gets away from Rafael Devers. Brandon Guyer scores the game-winning run with ease.

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Boxing

McGregor says he could KO Mayweather in 10 seconds.

Conor McGregor tells Hannah Storm that he is preparing to go 12 rounds against Floyd Mayweather but wouldn't be surprised if he knocked Mayweather out in 10 seconds.

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Lakers

NBA

Stephen A. calls tampering accusations against Lakers laughable.

Stephen A. explains that the tampering accusation surrounding Magic Johnson is ridiculous since Paul George has ties to Los Angeles and grew up hoping to be a Laker.

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Little League World Series

LLWS dramatic ending handled with class.

After Venezuela tops the Dominican Republic in a hard-fought game, the players and coaches from Venezuela show their appreciation for the Dominican Republic pitcher.

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Bulls

NBA

D-Wade gives son a turn driving Ferrari.

Dwyane Wade is understandably nervous as his 15-year-old son, Zaire, learns to drive in his father's Ferrari.

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Stephen A. says Griffin should be recruiting LeBron to L.A.

Stephen A. Smith explains that it does not make sense for Blake Griffin to predict that LeBron James will go to the Knicks when Griffin should be trying to get James to the Clippers.

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College Football

Heisman frontrunners have impressive credentials.

Led by 2016 Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson, this season's top candidates have the stats to take home college football's most coveted award.

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Big year for college QBs

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  • College football's year of the QB

    Potentially the first three picks in the 2018 NFL draft. The reigning Heisman winner. A two-time top-four Heisman vote-getter. And that's just the half of it. Add it all up, and 2017 is truly shaping up as college's year of the quarterback.

Jose Haro keeps fighting

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  • And The Fighter Still Remains

    How does a boxer keep fighting after nearly killing an opponent in the ring? For part-timer Jose Haro, the answer lies between his love and hate for the sport.