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Recruiting Insiders: Week 4 recruiting news

Many of the top college football teams were on the road, but Georgia got a big win in front of the No. 1 overall recruit and TCU's upset of Oklahoma State has its stock rising.

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Power Rankings: Dodgers slip back again

The Astros have retaken second in our rankings, pushing the Dodgers back a spot. Los Angeles is in good shape entering the postseason, and surprise standout Brandon Morrow has a lot to do with that.

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American League headlines home run parade

On Sunday, four of the five longest home runs were hit by AL players, including the Athletics' Khris Davis, who hit his 41st homer of the season against the Rangers. The Rays' Kevin Kiermaier and Jesus Sucre each hit 420-plus foot homers, but they came in a losing effort to the Orioles.

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Angels avoid sweep, top Astros (1:02)
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Upton homers for third time in two games (0:22)
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Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

USC redshirt freshman TE Cary Angeline has quit the team, the school announced in its game notes for this week. Angeline was the No. 8 TE in the Class of 2016 and held offers several national powers including Alabama, Florida State and Ohio State. He finishes his career without a catch.

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Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Where's the offense? Chargers still trying to figure that out after 0-3 start

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Chinese slow to embrace the NHL

Confused crowds who offered a range of emotions helped to define the scenes of the two preseason games in China between the Los Angeles Kings and Vancouver Canucks.

Jovan Buha ESPN Editor 

LaVar Ball says if two (or all three) of his sons are playing on the same night this season, he will attend the youngest's game.

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Jovan Buha ESPN Editor 

LaVar Balls says with the way things are going with ZO2 Prime and Melo Ball 1, he might release a new shoe every 60 days.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers defensive end Chris McCain discussed his reasons for kneeling during the national anthem before Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs. McCain said that kneeling for the anthem is not a sign of disrespect, but simply showing support for other NFL players protesting against social injustice: "I feel that now we understand as a community our own Commander and Chief, a guy that we're supposed to lean on and be here to protect us, but clearly he is not. He's not on our side."

Jovan Buha ESPN Editor 

LaVar Ball confirmed to ESPN that the Big Baller Brand will be releasing the ZO2 Prime Remix in each of the previously released colorways (SHO'TIME, red, blue, etc.).