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McCutchen helps Team USA pad lead over Puerto Rico

Team USA has extended its lead over Puerto Rico with two runs in the fifth inning. Andrew McCutchen drove in a run when he beat out a hard ground ball to shortstop, allowing Christian Yelich to score.



Kinsler's two-run blast puts USA ahead.

With Jonathan Lucroy on first, Ian Kinsler gets a hold of the Seth Lupo pitch, sending it over the wall in left-center to put the United States on the board first in the third inning.

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Men's NCAA Tournament

NCAA men's tournament

Why you should be excited about the Sweet 16.

It has it all: a collision of blue-blood programs, a battle between Wooden Award finalists, powerful favorites, dangerous underdogs and a feel-good story for the ages.

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NFL Draft


Peppers 'wild card' of draft.

Mel Kiper Jr. breaks down his latest draft projection for Jabrill Peppers and why Leonard Fournette could be a fit for the Panthers.

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We The Fans

Do you love your team this much?

ESPN's eight-episode docu-series is the story of those NFL faithful that just won't quit ... premieres April 11.

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Matthews scores in Leafs' win.

Auston Matthews nets his 33rd goal of the season while William Nylander puts in the game winner as the Maple Leafs top the Blue Jackets 5-2.

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McIlroy's mammoth drive goes 410 yards.

Rory McIlroy launches his drive 410 yards after a generous roll on the par-5 12th hole.

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NCAA Women's Tournament

The Undefeated

Special Olympics


SEC Football



It's March, and Saban is already fed up.

Nick Saban is fired up after a reporter implies Alabama is going to run a ball-control offense next season.

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World Cup Qualifying

Miami Open

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On This Date: March 22, 1989

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  • Malarchuk suffers life-threatening injury during game

    Sabres goalie Clint Malarchuk was rushed to the hospital for emergency surgery and 300 stitches after an opposing player's skate accidentally sliced his neck. Six games later, he was back on the ice.

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