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Will Winston have bounce-back game?

Tampa Bay will not have Doug Martin for Sunday's game against Los Angeles. Jameis Winston could be forced to throw more than usual, which could allow plenty of opportunities for the Rams' pass rush to cause chaos. According to ESPN's FPI, the Buccaneers have a 66 percent chance to win. Week 3 predictions (Insider)

William Weinbaum ESPN 

With the incomparable career of Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully in its final days, let's not forget that for many years prior to the tragic 2007 death of minor league first-base coach Mike Coolbaugh on a line drive that struck him in the neck, Scully publicly and privately implored base coaches to wear protective headgear. When MLB mandated helmets for coaches in 2008, Commissioner Bud Selig acknowledged that Scully's efforts went well beyond advocacy over the airwaves. "Vin Scully called me a lot about this issue," Selig said. "He was worried that somebody would get hurt or killed. And, of course, somebody has been killed." Scully's dedication to the well-being of the people of the game is integral to his legacy.

William Weinbaum ESPN 

With the incomparable career of Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully in its final days, let's not forget that for many years prior to the tragic 2007 death of minor league first-base coach Mike Coolbaugh on a line drive that struck him in the neck, Scully publicly and privately implored base coaches to wear protective head gear. When MLB mandated helmets for coaches in 2008, Commissioner Bud Selig acknowledged that Scully's efforts went well beyond advocacy over the airwaves. "Vin Scully called me a lot about this issue," Selig said. "He was worried that somebody would get hurt or killed. And, of course, somebody has been killed." Scully's dedication to the well-being of the people of the game is integral to his legacy.

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Inside Stanford's rally past UCLA (0:42)
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10hDan Arritt, Special to ESPN.com

Dodgers one win from NL West title

After Clayton Kershaw's win, the Dodgers can clinch the NL West on Sunday and give a proper Dodger Stadium sendoff to legendary broadcaster Vin Scully.

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10hDan Arritt, Special to ESPN.com

Dodgers' Vin Scully enjoys his long goodbye

As he prepares to call his final game at Dodger Stadium on Sunday, Vin Scully looked back fondly over the final season of his 67-year career.

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Stanford's defense closes out win

Bruins QB Josh Rosen is sacked by Cardinal LB Joey Alfieri, who forces a fumble. DE Solomon Thomas returns it for a 42-yard touchdown. The Cardinal pick up a 22-13 road win over the Bruins.

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Stanford's road win significant for playoff hopes (1:45)
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12hAdam Rittenberg

Coaching winners and losers from Week 4

Gus Malzahn got a huge win -- at the expense of fellow hot-seat staple Les Miles -- while Clay Helton saw his season continue spiraling downward. Plus, what Bobby Petrino's next move should be.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

The Dodgers can win their fourth straight division title, a franchise first, in the last game Vin Scully calls at Dodger Stadium.

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Stanford continues win streak over UCLA with last-minute TD (1:03)
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Sad fans of college football: Week 4 edition (0:28)
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Josh Reddick's grand slam adds to Dodgers' rout (0:16)

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

UCLA coach Jim Mora on Stanford coming through at the end: "They have a reputation for being able to do that, and they did it."

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Dodger Stadium is now showing the Giants-Padres game for the fans hoping to celebrate an NL West title tonight.

David Purdum ESPN Staff Writer 

Stanford's last-play, defensive touchdown that covered the spread in a 22-13 win over UCLA caused a $200,000 swing against the house for Las Vegas sportsbook operator CG Technology. Stanford was a 3.5-point favorite.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

The primary takeaway from Stanford's comeback win at UCLA: the Cardinal now know that they can trust their quarterback to complement Christian McCaffrey. Ryan Burns was fantastic in the 2-minute drill to win that tractor pull of a game.

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Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey talks about 22-13 win over UCLA (1:05)