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Stephen A. laughs off Cowboys' backup QB competition (1:43)
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Saltalamacchia still can't believe Rangers scored 30 runs (1:36)
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Hamels continues winning ways with Texas

Cole Hamels improved to 9-1 in the Rangers' 5-3 win Monday. It was Hamels' 60th start with the Rangers, and he is now 31-7 (.816) with the team. Hamels is the second pitcher in major league history with an .800 or higher winning percentage in his first 60 starts with a team. Jim McCormick started 47-10 (.825) with the Cubs in 1885-1886. (Elias Sports Bureau)

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On this date: Rangers score 30 runs (1:48)
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Banister haults pigeon delay (0:39)
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Beltre crushes home run to left center (0:20)
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Suit alleges Baylor failures under new policies

A Title IX lawsuit filed Monday says a recent sexual assault investigation "directly contradicted any assurance that meaningful change had occurred" at Baylor following the sexual violence scandal involving the football program.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas landed a commitment from ESPN 300 offensive lineman Rafit Ghirmai on Monday. The commitment gives the Longhorns 15 ESPN 300 commitments, which is the most of any program.

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Dak-Dez offseason chemistry helping Dallas (1:50)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys announced an attendance of 6,052 at their first training camp practice in Frisco. It is the third highest total of camp. They had 7,671 on July 30 and 7,407 on July 29.

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Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Here is visual evidence of Cooper Rush getting the No. 2 quarterback snaps.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The first-team defense might have just had its best four-play spell of camp. They pressured Dak Prescott into three straight throwaways and then forced him to scramble on the fourth snap.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Some defensive players, including Sean Lee and DeMarcus Lawrence, did not appear happy with Dez Bryant after he flipped the ball at cornerback Nolan Carroll in compete drills. Carroll would have been called for a hold on the play, but the players did not like Bryant's reaction.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Perhaps we just saw Cooper Rush getting some second-team work. On the second period of team drills, Rush got the snaps instead of Kellen Moore but it was not clear if it was the second team or not. In every team period while in Oxnard, Moore always followed Dak Prescott. Today, Moore took the No. 2 snaps in the team run/play action period after Prescott, but Rush took the third-down work after Prescott.