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College Football

Penn State avoids upset with late score by Johnson.

Trace McSorley finds Juwan Johnson for a 7-yard touchdown with time winding down to secure a win over Iowa.

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Week 3

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Fantasy

Bell to bounce back this week.

Le'Veon Bell has struggled the first two weeks, but Field Yates says that this is the breakout week for the RB.

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Kentucky comes up short, falls to Florida (again).

Austin MacGinnis misses a potential game-winning 57-yard field goal, and Florida beats Kentucky for a 31st straight time.

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Athletics

MLB

Athletics catcher kneels for national anthem.

Oakland's Bruce Maxwell takes a knee on the field during the national anthem before Saturday's game against Texas, becoming the first Major League Baseball player to do so.

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Marlins

MLB

Stanton clobbers 57th homer.

Giancarlo Stanton smacks a solo shot to left field in the fourth inning in Miami's win over Arizona.

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BELLATOR 183

Pico wins with devastating left hook.

Top prospect Aaron Pico picks up his first victory as a pro with a powerful one-punch knockout of Justin Linn at Bellator 183.

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Tennis

Tennis' top two combine for doubles victory.

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal win their first-ever doubles match together, defeating Team World's Sam Querrey and Jack Sock at the Laver Cup 6-4, 1-6, 10-5.

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Warriors media day

NBA

Warriors

NBA

Warriors laugh off Durant's Twitter mishap.

The defending champs brush off the recent social media fiasco, with Draymond Green having a laugh at KD's expense.

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English Premier League

Delph curls in gorgeous goal for Man City.

Fabian Delph pads Manchester City's lead with a beautiful goal against Crystal Palace in the 89th minute.

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Dodgers' rise and fall

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  • You win some, you lose some

    Two dramatic streaks will define the Dodgers' 2017 season -- unless they can pull off something even more memorable in October.