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Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

No, Donald did not replace Case Keenum with Jared Goff at quarterback. But he did pick the throwback uniforms. "I like the colors," he said.

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

USC looks to extend its winning streak to four games against Cal later tonight (7:30 p.m. PT, ESPN). The Trojans sit a game back of Colorado and Utah in the Pac-12 title race.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams DE Aaron Donald getting ready to play Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill in Madden as part of the Xbox NFL Player Charity Challenge. It's the first round of a bracket-style tournament where the winner donates $51,000 to his favorite charity (Donald has chosen Make-A-Wish). He usually picks the Packers, but he'll be the Rams today.

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Trojans expected to win fourth straight

After a 1-3 start, USC has won three straight. ESPN's FPI expects the Trojans to make it four with a win over Cal (10:30 p.m. ET on ESPN). Both teams are 4-3 entering the contest.

Billups agrees with Russell's comments about Kobe (1:08)
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What's wrong with Pac-12's powers?

When Stanford dropped out of the AP poll two weeks ago, it was the first time since 1999 that neither Stanford, USC nor Oregon were ranked, per the Pac-12. Ivan Maisel's notes

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#CFBrank: Jackson still a force for USC

The lone Trojan to make the list, Adoree' Jackson comes in at No. 41 in the latest #CFBrank. Despite dropping ten spots from our previous rank, the DB continues to be an impact player for USC. Top-50 rankings

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Jordan Clarkson shines in new role

The young guard scored a team-high 25 points off the bench; the first Lakers player with 25 points off the bench in the season opener since A.C. Green back in 1991-92. Clarkson scored 12 of his 25 points in the fourth quarter.

No Kobe, no problem (0:43)
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Ducks re-sign star D Lindholm to 6-year deal

Star defenseman Hampus Lindholm finally re-signed with the Ducks, to a six-year deal. The deal is worth an average of $5.25 million a season, according to ESPN sources and multiple reports.

How far can the Clippers go with their roster? (1:18)