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Griffin doing fine without CP3 (1:47)

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

WR Keenan Allen (shoulder), T Joe Barksdale (foot) and DT Corey Liuget (back) all did not practice on Friday for the Chargers and are listed as questionable for Sunday's game vs. Broncos. Chargers coach Anthony Lynn said that Allen fell down in practice on Thursday, but he's hopeful the Cal product will play. "He wants to play, but we've got to do what's best for Keenan," Lynn said.

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NBA legends weigh in on Lonzo's debut (1:53)
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Dodgers finally break through

After a nearly three-decade absence, the Dodgers are finally heading to the World Series. Los Angeles snaps the longest streak in MLB history of playoff appearances without making the Fall Classic.

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When will Lonzo breakout?

Lonzo Ball had a tough time creating offense in his Lakers debut, and it likely won't get any easier over his next few games. Bledsoe averaged two steals per game last season, Holiday and Lowry ranked among the top four PGs in Defensive Real Plus-Minus last season, Wall is a former All-Defensive team selection and Rubio's 2.1 steals per game ranks among the top 15 ever.

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Stephen A.'s World Series wager with Magic Johnson (1:24)
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FPI favors Irish over USC

This will be the 89th meeting between the storied franchises and the first time both teams are ranked since 2009. Notre Dame QB Brandon Wimbush has missed the last two games with a foot injury, but is expect to return on Saturday. Trojans QB Sam Darnold did not throw an interception last week for the first time this season.

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UCLA has edge over Oregon

UCLA is slightly favored in the Rose Bowl against Oregon, the 28th-rated team in ESPN's FPI with a 4-3 record. UCLA is favored by the FPI in only two of its final five games after this week.

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Max not sold on players targeting Lonzo (1:58)
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No magic in Lonzo debut

When Lonzo Ball took the floor for his Lakers debut on Thursday night, he likely didn't imagine that Clippers PG Patrick Beverly would spoil it.

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Stephen A. watched the Lakers in disbelief (1:11)