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Clay high on fantasy potential for Cook and Parker.

Mike Clay explains why he expects Vikings RB Dalvin Cook and Dolphins WR Devante Parker to put up big fantasy numbers this season.

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MLB

Cubs walk off on Avila's single.

Alex Avila knocks in two runs and caps Chicago's comeback win over Toronto in 10 innings.

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Marlins

MLB

Stanton's 45th HR adds to Marlins' lead.

Giancarlo Stanton hits a three-run home run for his 21st career home at Citi Field, which is the most ever for a visiting hitter.

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WWE

Strowman dumps table onto Lesnar.

During the Fatal 4-Way Universal championship match, Braun Strowman lifts up the table and flips it onto Lesnar.

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Styles' 450 splash takes out Owens and McMahon.

AJ Styles goes for a 450 splash off the top rope onto Kevin Owens but ends up taking out both Owens and guest referee Shane McMahon.

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Chargers get on the board in a big way.

San Diego DB Dexter McCoil intercepts a Ryan Nassib pass and returns it 99 yards to the end zone for the Chargers' only score of the night.

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Ohio State

College Football

Buckeye commit puts nasty stiff-arm on defender.

High school star Josh Proctor stiff-arms a defender with authority during a scrimmage.

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NBA

What's the best-case scenario for Pacers amid tampering probe?

Adrian Wojnarowski says the Pacers are looking for "a measure of vindication" for the process that led them to trade Paul George and explains the likelihood of the Lakers being penalized after an investigation.

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MAYWEATHER VS. MCGREGOR

Aug. 26

MMA

SC Featured: McGregor's journey has inspired a country.

Conor McGregor's Irish roots run deep and he forever carries the toughness of the town he comes from.

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Soccer

Alonso's brace sinks Spurs.

Chelsea looked set to split the points against Spurs after Batshuayi's own goal, until Marcos Alonso's stunning late winner.

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Soccer

Little League World Series

Little League World Series

Little Leaguer crushes grand slam.

North Carolina goes up 6-0 on California after Carson Hardee hits a grand slam to center field.

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Major leaguers hang out with Little Leaguers.

Go behind the scenes with Pirates and Cardinals players as they hang out with Little League World Series players prior to the MLB Little League Classic.

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Cowboys

NFL

Herm still optimistic about Dallas' running game.

Herm Edwards explains that while the Cowboys' running attack won't be as dynamic without Ezekiel Elliott, it should still be effective.

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College football

Saban's decade of excellence at Alabama.

Marty Smith looks back at how Nick Saban turned the Crimson Tide into one of the best teams in college football over the past decade.

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On This Date: Aug. 21, 1986

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  • Happy birthday, Usain Bolt

    The 31-year-old sprinter ran his last race earlier this month at the World Athletics Championships after 12 years of dominance on the track. Just how dominant? Take a look.

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.

Elation, then tragedy for Delaney

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  • A rookie, a brother and a hail of gunfire

    One year ago, Hawks guard Malcolm Delaney was celebrating his first NBA contract. Days later, his brother could barely remember his own name.

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.