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Watch live: College GameDay live from Clemson

Tune in to College GameDay from Memorial Stadium, where later tonight No. 5 Clemson will play host to No. 3 Louisville, live on ABC and streaming on the ESPN App.

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9hSheil Kapadia

Seahawks' Baldwin: I've received death threats

Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin said he has received death threats over statements on changes he wants to see in law enforcement training but said the threats will not stop him from speaking up.

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How one second defines Les Miles (1:11)
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Clemson superfan pumps up crowd (0:45)
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29mBuster Olney

Big blast shows off both sides of Big Papi

David Ortiz isn't just all smiles as his Red Sox career winds down. Friday's big homer showed he'll never stop outthinking and overpowering opponents.

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BYU tops Toledo as time expires in a wild showdown (2:56)
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Holliday homers on final at-bat as a Cardinal (0:46)
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Firmino's header draws Liverpool even (0:52)
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Stephen A. doesn't think Gordon will see an NFL field again (1:53)
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Affleck, Damon fight over who's better friends with Brady (4:05)
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The other Tom Bradys post-Deflategate (3:02)
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21hIan Begley

Noah skips military dinner, cites anti-war stance

Knicks center Joakim Noah says he skipped a team dinner at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point that featured cadets and a speech by a former colonel because he is against war.

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Matt Fortuna ESPN Staff Writer 

As College GameDay profiles Lamar Jackson, here's what Cordell Hudson said this week about the grief he's gotten from Syracuse teammates after being on the other end of the Week 2 Lamar Leap: "Nah, I mean, obviously when it happened I was a little embarrassed, but he's a great player and I watched the play over and over again. If I would've left my feet I would've been a little down on myself, but … (laughs) ... yeah."

NCAAF 

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Gorgeous day for football in Stillwater as the Pokes and Longhorns get ready to square off in a key Big 12 matchup.

NCAAF 

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Georgia is not expected to have star running back Nick Chubb (ankle) for today's game against Tennessee, but the Vols will also be without one of their stars on defense. Weak side linebacker Jalen Reeves-Maybin (shoulder) is also not expected to play. The Vols were already without two other starters on defense -- cornerback Cam Sutton and middle linebacker Darrin Kirkland Jr.

NCAAF 

Liam Twomey ESPN FC 

A goalless first half at the KCOM Stadium, where Antonio Conte's 3-4-3 experiment has yielded mixed results. Chelsea look more solid in defence and there have been moments of promise in attack, but the passing in the final third has been disjointed.

Brett McMurphy College football reporter 

LSU RB Leonard Fournette is "very doubtful" for tonight's game with Missouri, a source told ESPN. Fournette injured his ankle in the fourth quarter of last week's loss at Auburn. Fournette had originally injured the ankle in August, which required a walking boot.

NCAAF 

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Mets rookies dressed as players from "A League of Their Own" to board the bus en route to Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia on Saturday.

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MLB 

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Brandon Nimmo and other Mets rookies boarded the bus in Philadelphia on Saturday in "A League of Their Own" garb. Video coming soon.

MLB 

Brett McMurphy College football reporter 

Syracuse QB Eric Dungey will start today vs. Notre Dame, a source told ESPN. Dungey's status was unknown after he was not made available for interviews on Tuesday. He was receiving treatment for the flu, a source said. Syracuse coach Dino Babers would not discuss Dungey's status earlier this week.

NCAAF 

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Georgia fans are fired up for today's game with rival Tennessee. Pretty pumped about hosting SEC Nation

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Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer 

For a game with such a large spread, there's plenty of intrigue around Ohio State-Rutgers. Chris Ash is making his return to the Horseshoe as the coach of the Scarlet Knights, the Buckeyes are opening Big Ten play and trying to stay hungry after a strong start and J.T. Barrett will be looking to build on his Heisman Trophy candidacy.

NCAAF 

Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer 

Mornings don't get much finer than this one on a gorgeous day at the Horseshoe. Tailgates are in full swing, and Ohio State is a couple hours away from opening Big Ten play against Rutgers in ideal Big Ten weather.

NCAAF 

Liam Twomey ESPN FC 

The teams are out at the KCOM Stadium and Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte has made some bold choices. Branislav Ivanovic and Cesc Fabregas are benched as Marcos Alonso and Victor Moses come in. Could it be a 4-2-3-1, a 4-2-4 or even a 3-4-3?

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Andrew Luck, to no surprise, had the most autograph seekers

NFL 

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts QB Andrew Luck making his way to NFL fanfest

NFL 

Liam Twomey ESPN FC 

I've arrived at the KCOM Stadium, where Antonio Conte will be looking to show Roman Abramovich that progress is being made on Chelsea's shaky defence. The Blues have never lost to Hull City in the Premier League, and now isn't the time to start.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Jim Irsay said Americans and Londoners are "tight" when talking about the Colts and Jaguars playing Sunday. Irsay also said he believes they can win "two or more" Super Bowls with Andrew Luck.

NFL 

Iain Macintosh ESPN FC 

Half time at the Liberty Stadium and it's Swansea who lead Liverpool by a single goal. Can they hold on?

Patrick Abrahams ESPN Producer 

It's a Marty Party here in Clemson!

NCAAF 

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Jeff Hornacek says he doesn't want the Knicks to shy away from mid-range shots – as long as they are quality attempts: "We have shooters who, if they get an open 16, 18-foot look, they'll shoot 60 percent. It's just the fact that I think a lot of guys take bad mid-range shots."

NBA 

Jeannine Edwards ESPN Reporter 

American Pharoah didn't think much of the @CollegeGameDay poster saying Lamar Jackson could outrun him #RealHorsePower

NCAAF 

Jeannine Edwards ESPN Reporter 

Louisville's helmets for tonight's matchup with Clemson

NCAAF 

Washington caps off rout of Stanford
NCAAF 

Lavon Coleman runs 25 yards up the right sideline for a touchdown to cap Washington's 44-6 rout of Stanford.

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Ramirez's catch gets rewarded with a hug
MLB 

Hanley Ramirez makes a running catch in foul territory and keeps running into the outstretched arms of a Red Sox fan.

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