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Clemson Tigers could be facing one of their own to start college football season
The Clemson Tigers' road back to the College Football Playoff National Championship could begin against one of their own, thanks to a weird quirk.

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Texans star DeAndre Hopkins, 49ers defensive back Jimmie Ward fight at joint practice
Houston Texans star DeAndre Hopkins and San Francisco 49ers defensive back Jimmie Ward were both benched Wednesday after getting into a fight during their teams' joint practice.

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Like old times: Dodgers, Giants brawl as pennant race heats up
The race for the National League West division crown is heating up, so it may be no surprise that tempers flared between two storied rival clubs Tuesday night.

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LeSean 'Shady' McCoy sued by ex-girlfriend following attack accusations
NFL star LeSean “Shady” McCoy is being sued by his ex-girlfriend over claims that he had “access to live video footage from cameras” in his Georgia home – the same location where Delicia Cordon was allegedly attacked in July.

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Maryland strength and conditioning coach resigns after football player death
Maryland has parted ways with its strength and conditioning coach and has acknowledged that "mistakes were made" in the treatment of offensive lineman Jordan McNair, who collapsed on the practice field and subsequently died.

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Cleveland Indians outfielder in stable condition after suffering life-threatening bacterial infection
Cleveland Indians outfielder Leonys Martin was in stable condition Monday as he recovers from a life-threatening bacterial infection, a team executive said.

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Steelers fan, in full uniform and pads, sneaks onto field to stretch with team
Here's one guy that won't make the Pittsburgh Steelers' roster when training camp ends.

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New York Jets, Washington Redskins players involved in huge practice brawl
New York Jets and Washington Redskins players were involved in a massive brawl during their joint practice session Sunday, which spilled into where the fans were standing.

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Brooks Koepka holds off Tiger Woods, Adam Scott to win PGA Championship
Brooks Koepka secured his status as one of the best golfers in the world Sunday as he won his third major in 14 months at the PGA Championship at Bellerive Country Club outside St. Louis.

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Home run king Barry Bonds has his No. 25 retired by Giants
Likely for the last time and almost 11 years after playing his final game, Barry Bonds ran out to his old spot in his No. 25 Giants jersey.

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Putts won't drop, but Tiger Woods moves up the board at PGA anyway
Tiger Woods knew the shot was good. He struck it pure from 240 yards on the 17th hole and started strutting down the fairway, watching the ball land 20 feet from the pin — one good putt away from an eagle that would have vaulted him into second place.

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Maryland football coach DJ Durkin placed on leave after report of 'toxic culture'
The coach of the Universtiy of Maryland's football team was placed on leave Saturday while the school reviews allegations of "unacceptable behavior" following the June death of a player who was hospitalized after a team workout.

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Former NFL QB Erik Kramer charged with assaulting wife
Former Chicago Bears quarterback Erik Kramer was charged this week with misdemeanor battery, nearly two months after an alleged domestic violence incident against his wife, a report said.

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Former Tour champion Ullrich arrested over alleged attack
Former Tour de France champion Jan Ullrich was arrested early Friday and is in police custody for allegedly attacking an escort at a Frankfurt hotel.

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Lance Armstrong bloodied and battered after fall while cycling Colorado trail
Lance Armstrong posted a photo on social media Wednesday of his bruised and battered face, the injuries sustained after wrecking his bike on a Colorado cycling trail during the weekend.

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Umpire stops Yankees-White Sox game to remove insect from his ear
Wednesday night's game between the New York Yankees and Chicago White Sox had to be briefly stopped after a moth apparently flew into the left ear of second base umpire Bruce Dreckman.

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NCAA adopts college basketball policy changes based on Condoleezza Rice panel's recommendations
The NCAA announced Wednesday that it has adopted a series of policy changes with the intention of cleaning up corruption in college basketball.

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Lauren Hill to be inducted into Ohio Basketball Hall of Fame 3 years after brain cancer death
Lauren Hill, the Mount Saint Joseph University basketball player that died in 2015 from terminal brain cancer, will be inducted Into the Ohio Basketball Hall of Fame in 2019.

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NFL's Rodgers praises LeBron James' response to Trump tweet
Amidst President Trump's insults, the NFL's Aaron Rodgers expressed solidarity with the NBA's LeBron James and showed support for his fellow league players in an interview with NFL.com published Tuesday.

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Chicago Blackhawks legend Stan Mikita dead at age 78
Stan Mikita, who scored 541 goals and recorded 1,467 points over a stellar 22-year career with the National Hockey League's Chicago Blackhawks, died Tuesday. He was 78.

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American pitcher who pleaded guilty to child sex abuse loses pact with Asian team
Former Oregon State star pitcher Luke Heimlich, who pleaded guilty at age 15 to sexually abusing his 6-year-old niece, had his new contract with a Chinese baseball team disallowed Tuesday.

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Hall of Famer Jim Brown says he'd 'never kneel' during anthem, 'will always respect the flag'
Jim Brown, Hall of Fame running back and civil rights champion, said Tuesday that he would always stand for “The Star-Spangled Banner”—and would prefer if players would, too.

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Former New England Patriots star blasts dog trainer after pet is found dead in closet
Former New England Patriots linebacker Jerod Mayo blasted a dog trainer on social media Monday after the Rhode Island SPCA discovered the old English bulldog dead in a closet at her apartment.

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NASCAR CEO Brian France arrested in New York for DUI, pill possession, police say
NASCAR CEO Brian France was arrested Sunday and charged with driving under the influence and possession of a controlled substance after a traffic stop in New York.

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Kansas college football player dies after team's first practice of season
A Kansas college football player died Wednesday of an apparent heart attack after the team's first practice of the season.

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