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For Navy Midshipmen, small uniform patches carry important stories
On a campus where nearly every other decision is made for them, football players' patches are a deeply personal chance to honor a family member or veteran.
Fantasy fallout: Bench Odell Beckham, but Saquon Barkley's about to 'pop'?
Will these high-profile slumpers finally deliver when it matters most in the fantasy playoffs?
Tiger Woods' first turn as Presidents Cup captain hasn't been boring
Close matches. Drama -- on the course and off. Some second-guessing. And Tiger still has one more day in a very close Presidents Cup.
Kawhi, PG both eclipse 40 points in 'special' night
Paul George had 46 points and Kawhi Leonard had 42 in Friday's 124-117 win over the Wolves, as the Clippers' All-Star duo became the 21st pair in NBA history to score 40 or more each in a game.
College basketball picks: Brighter future -- Memphis or Tennessee?
ESPN.com's college hoops experts make their picks for this weekend, which include the annual Memphis-Tennessee grudge match.
LeBron, chided for 'passive' half, fuels Laker rally
LeBron James said his teammates called him out for being too "passive" Friday night, and he responded, scoring 17 of his 28 points and dishing out nine assists in the second half as the Lakers topped the Heat 113-110.
Reed's caddie off bag after altercation with fan
Patrick Reed's caddie is out of the Presidents Cup after an altercation on Saturday that, according to a source, involved him punching a fan at Royal Melbourne.
Kershaw: Won't 'crawl into hole' despite struggles
A more upbeat Clayton Kershaw says the team's NLDS loss to the Nationals still stings, but he won't let it affect his preparation for next season.
USC gets notice of allegations tied to fed probe
USC officials said Friday the university has received a notice of allegations from the NCAA "related to a former coach in the men's basketball program."
Is this a Premier League evolution?
Two managers have done more for the league's competitiveness than any other. What's next in England?