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NFL

Bucs, Jaguars loaded with playmakers.

Jon Gruden and Sean McDonough break down the expectations for the Buccaneers and Jaguars ahead of Thursday night's matchup.

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Summer Forecasts

College Football

Yankees

MLB

Aaron Judge's 37th homer reaches third deck.

The slugger amazes his teammates with a shot that goes 457 feet, and Yoenis Céspedes doesn't move an inch in left field.

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Alabama

College Football

Saban ranting in midseason form already.

Alabama coach Nick Saban is fed up with answering questions that reporters think they already have the answers to.

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Wyoming

College Football

Wyoming

NCAAF

Allen following his gut back to college football.

Allen changed his mind about declaring for the NFL draft despite being projected to be a top pick.

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MAYWEATHER VS. MCGREGOR

Aug. 26

FIGHTERS

Max: 8-ounce gloves mean trouble for McGregor.

Max Kellerman breaks down how dropping down from 10-ounce gloves puts McGregor at a disadvantage against Mayweather.

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Little League World Series

Begins Thursday

MLB

From the Little League World Series to the MLB.

Todd Frazier, Gary Sheffield, Lance Lynn, Michael Conforto and Cody Bellinger all got their start at the Little League World Series.

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Thursday's Games

Men's College Hoops

Wednesday Walk-Offs

Dodgers

MLB

Puig completes comeback with walk-off double.

Yasiel Puig sends the fans home happy with a walk-off two-run double to help the Dodgers down the White Sox.

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Red Sox

MLB

Betts hits walk-off double.

Mookie Betts lines a two-out double off the Green Monster in the bottom of the ninth for a Red Sox walk-off against the Cardinals.

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Spanish Super Cup

Soccer

Real Madrid claims 10th Super Cup title.

Karim Benzema’s goal in the 39th minute clinched Real’s win over Barcelona in the Spanish Super Cup.

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NFL

40 just a number for QBs such as Brady.

Tom Brady has expressed a desire to play into his mid-40s. He might not be the last QB in this era with such a long career.

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