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13hSheil 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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Oklahoma State blocks extra point, uses lateral to score (1:57)
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Corso's pick: Louisville vs. Clemson (1:14)
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The first five minutes of Notre Dame-Syracuse was bonkers (1:09)
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4hJeremy Willis

The top signs of College GameDay: Week 5

College GameDay is live in Clemson, S.C. where Louisville and Clemson will feature a meeting of two college football's most dynamic QBs. Here are the best signs from College GameDay.

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Chelsea blanks Hull City (1:26)
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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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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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David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

In just more than one quarter, Colorado's Shay Fields has 5 catches for 160 yards and three touchdowns against Oregon State.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

There are crowds like these all around the back nine (this is the 16th hole) watching the big screens waiting for the matches to get to them.

Golf 

Brian Bennett ESPN Staff Writer 

Huge upset win on the road for Northwestern at Iowa. Wildcats may have saved their season, while the Hawkeyes, who have now lost two of their last three, have a lot of issues to address. Iowa dominated the lines of scrimmage in last year's magical 12-0 regular season but got outplayed in the trenches again today. Nebraska and Wisconsin the clear front runners in West Division -- for now.

NCAAF 

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Nothing out of the ordinary in Lincoln during the national anthem after a politically charged week. Both teams, as usual, were in their locker rooms during its playing, which came after a moment of silence for longtime former Nebraska offensive line coach Milt Tenopir, who died this week.

NCAAF 

Mark Saxon ESPN Staff Writer 

Before today's game in St. Louis, Matt Holliday told reporters from MLB.com and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch he would prefer Friday night's home run be his final at-bat of the season. It wasn't. Mike Matheny asked him to hit with runners at the corners and one out Saturday and... Holliday came up with another big hit. His single to right off Juan Nicasio scored Brandon Moss and moved Randal Grichuk to third. Grichuk scored on Matt Carpenter's sacrifice fly to tie it 3-3. A loss could eliminate the Cardinals from postseason play.

MLB 

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

On the Nebraska bench.

NCAAF 

Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer 

No rust after the bye week for No. 2 Ohio State. The Buckeyes picked up where they left off with a record-setting offensive performance and pitched a defensive shutout to cruise past Rutgers to open Big Ten play with a 58-0 win.

NCAAF 

Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

Hillary Clinton? Donald Trump? The Auburn student section has another candidate in mind for this year's presidential election ... Daniel Carlson. The junior kicker is a perfect 12 of 12 on field goals this season for Auburn.

NCAAF 

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

We'll learn more about Miami next week against Florida State, but Mark Richt and his assistants have done an exceptional job. Depth was a major concern for the Canes entering the season, especially on defense, but coordinator Manny Diaz and his staff are improving the unit. Miami entered today leading the FBS in points allowed (7.7) and percentage of plays for zero or negative yards (48.6). The defense wasn't as sharp at Georgia Tech but still contributed a touchdown and allowed just three conversions on 12 third-down attempts.

NCAAF 

Enrique Rojas ESPNdeportes 

Clima anti beisbol este sábado en Boston. Segundo día de festejos a @DavidOrtiz de parte de #RedSox

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Gators lead in ugly game in Nashville
NCAAF 

The Vanderbilt punter mishandles the snap and Florida recovers. Then Florida fumbled in the red zone. The No. 23 Gators lead 13-6 in the fourth quarter on SEC Network.

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Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer 

Not a bad day at the office for J.T. Barrett: Set a school record for passing touchdowns in the first half, spend the entire fourth quarter watching the Ohio State offense from the sideline.

NCAAF 

Ryan McGee ESPN Senior Writer 

We are betwinx them hedges.

NCAAF 

Iowa responds with long TD drive
NCAAF 

After falling behind to Northwestern by two scores, Iowa responded with a 9-play, 75-yard drive. LeShun Daniels Jr.'s 1-yard run makes it a 7-point game in the fourth quarter on ESPNU.

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Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Georgia RB Nick Chubb (ankle) is dressed and warming up

NCAAF 

Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

The hat is back. Gus Malzahn swapped out his visor for a hat last week, and Auburn beat LSU. He's going for 2-0 with the hat today against UL Monroe (3:30 p.m. ET, SEC Network).

NCAAF 

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

Phil Mickelson is trying to avoid a dubious distinction in his afternoon match at Hazeltine. With a loss in the morning session, Lefty now has 20 losses in his Ryder Cup career, tying Jim Furyk for the most in U.S. history. Another today or tomorrow would give him the U.S. "record.'' The most losses by any player is 21, held by Neil Coles and Christy O'Connor both of whom played for the Great Britain & Ireland side prior to continental Europe joining the Ryder Cup.

Golf 

Jared Shanker ESPN Staff Writer 

A group of students expected to grow to more than 200 is planning to sit through the national anthem at Florida State. Marvel Joseph, one of the organizers, said he wants to continue the conversation surrounding injustices in America and thanked Colin Kaepernick for inspiring him. "He took his platform to a whole other level. He doesn't have to do it, so I want to use my platform and take stand and sit with him." The group will raise their fists at the end of the anthem. They did not talk to any football players about joining.

NCAAF 

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Arkansas LT Dan Skipper just blocked an Alcorn State FG attempt. 7th career blocked kick for the 6-foot-10 senior offensive lineman. Skipper blocked a field goal attempt late in Arkansas' Sept. 10 win at TCU that helped the Razorbacks force overtime (where they eventually won 41-38).

NCAAF 

Ian O'Connor ESPN Senior Writer 

Michael Jordan, biggest star at the Ryder Cup, watching the American golfer who was named after him, Jordan Spieth.

Notre Dame scores another long TD
NCAAF 

Dexter Williams dusted Syracuse's defense by reversing direction for a 59-yard TD run, adding to the Irish's long list of TD plays today. They also have scores of 79, 67, 93 and 54 yards.

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Barry Sanders refuses to go down
NCAAF 

The son of Oklahoma State and NFL legend Barry Sanders just put the Cowboys up by 18 over No. 22 Texas with a powerful 1-yard TD run on ABC.

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Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Glimpse of Ryder Captains future? Jim Furyk chatting with Ian Poulter behind the 3rd green.

Golf 

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Nebraska and Illinois specialists met on the field an hour before kickoff in Lincoln, and the Illini players presented the Huskers with a white, Illinois No. 27 jersey in honor of late Nebraska punter Sam Foltz. Nebraska's Spencer Lindsay placed the jersey on the bench alongside Foltz's red Nebraska jersey.

NCAAF 

Matt Fortuna ESPN Staff Writer 

The over-under for Notre Dame-Syracuse was 74.5, the highest of any FBS game today. Dexter Williams' 59-yard TD run and the ensuing extra point has this game at 74 total points with 8:26 left in the third quarter, as the Irish take a 47-27 lead.

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