Upsets caused changes to this week's bowl projections as TCU and Georgia joined and Clemson and Washington fell out of the College Football Playoff.
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Chicago's manager has faced questions about his handling of the bullpen in Game 2.
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Running backs Saquon Barkley of Penn State and Bryce Love of Stanford continue to big foot the quarterbacks in the USA TODAY Sports Heisman survey.
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After more than three months, Houston Nutt and Ole Miss have ended their legal spat
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Ole Miss snapped its three-game losing skid, but is the underdog against LSU, which just posted back-to-back wins against Florida and Auburn.
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Butch Jones had won before and has recruited well, but it hasn't worked at Tennessee. How can Ole Miss find the right guy to replace Hugh Freeze?
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Breaking down Game 3 of the AL Championship Series between the Houston Astros and New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium.
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Mike McCarthy and Packers teammates expressed their anger over the hit that broke Aaron Rodgers' collarbone and likely ended his season.
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Agent Mark Steinberg tells ESPN that the 14-time major champion 'got a nice report' from the doctor last week, but will 'take this very, very slowly.'
Bell: The circumstantial evidence suggests it happened, but collusion has a high burden of legal proof.
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