Los Angeles Teams

Breaking down Stanford's 58-34 win over UCLA (3:43)

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

For those counting at home, Bryce Love now has 263 yards on 30 carries after that 69-yard touchdown run. UCLA just can't find any sort of answer when it comes to trying to strop the run. Coming into tonight, the Bruins ranked last in the Pac-12 and 124th nationally in run defense, allowing 275 YPC

Love goes 69 yards for the Stanford TD (0:52)
Stanford's Schultz scoops pass for TD (1:11)
Love takes Stanford down to the goal line (0:28)
Rosen with the 39-yard TD to Lasley (0:37)
Costello finds Irwin for the Stanford TD (0:41)
Shaw thinks Costello is playing "gritty" (0:29)
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Crowded leaderboard for Saturday's homers

Khris Davis barely clipped Daniel Murphy for the longest bomb in MLB Saturday. Evan Gattis and Justin Upton weren't far behind, while Giancarlo Stanton's 57th of the year landed at No. 5.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

UCLA QB Josh Rosen with an up and down first half, similar to what USC QB Sam Darnold did earlier today against Cal. Rosen was 16-of-28 for 176 yards with a touchdown and an interception in the opening two quarters against Stanford. Rosen only went under center twice but seemed perfectly comfortable out of the gun or at the line of scrimmage.

Ivan Maisel ESPN Senior Writer 

Stanford offense is in desperate need of a quarterback. K.J. Costello provides a spark, but just took on 3 UCLA tacklers at the goal line. If David Shaw didn't faint, He'll tell Costello to cut it out

Costello lays out for the Stanford TD (1:17)
Stanford's Scarlett dives into end zone for TD (1:06)
Rosen connects with Andrews for the UCLA TD (0:34)
UCLA recovers dropped punt (0:52)
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WNBA salaries in focus as Finals tip off

An article earlier this week suggested the WNBA is underpaying its players, and members of the Lynx and Sparks were on the same side Saturday ahead of Game 1, agreeing they deserve a bigger cut of revenue.

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

Kickoff for Washington vs Colorado has been pushed back to 7:12 p.m. PT.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Statement from Chargers owner Dean Spanos on Donald Trump's comments regarding NFL player protests: "I wholeheartedly agree with the commissioner's statement. The NFL and its players, more than anything, have been a force for good. What our country needs right now is a message of unity, civility and mutual respect."

USC stops turnover-prone Cal (1:11)