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Experienced starters Alijah Vera-Tucker, Jalen McKenzie and Brett Neilon will probably be joined by Liam Jimmons and Andrew Vorhees on the offensive line.
Receiver Munir McClain, who got money from the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program, was suspended and his family says they weren't given an answer as to why.
Jared Goff has learning experiences of playing against Bears vaunted defense, but admits every game is a test no matter what.
Lakers' Danny Green joins campaign to change perception of Black people by breaking the sterotypes we see in advertising and media.
Dodgers' Austin Barnes, who has elite framing skills, will catch ace Walker Buehler in Game 3 of the World Series against the Tampa Bay Rays.
Sebastian Munoz was on top of the leaderboard after the first round of the Zozo Championship while Tyrrell Hatton and Justin Thomas tied at second.
The Dodgers' World Series game plan is clear-cut: Do not give Rays rookie sensation Randy Arozarena an opportunity to get his barrel to the ball.
Chargers defensive coordinator Gus Bradley says his unit has not been precise enough in a defense that was supposed to have more versatility.
Dodgers ace Walker Buehler, who will start World Series Game 3 against the Rays on Friday, learned from failure at one of the nation's top college programs.
Report shows MLB knew that at least one Miami player had tested positive before the Phillies-Marlins series — a series that grew into a super-spreader event — was played.
The NHL has postponed the 2021 editions of its Winter Classic and All-Star Weekend, citing "ongoing uncertainty resulting from the coronavirus."
Legendary Florida State coach Bobby Bowden, 91, said he survived COVID-19 so he could vote for Trump. The president returned the love on Twitter.
New Clippers coach Tyronn Lue has never shied away from acknowledging Doc Rivers' mentorship but acknowleges his style is influenced by other coaches as well.
With no passing competitions in off season due to the coronavirus, high school quarterbacks enter the winter season with much to prove.
The coronavirus shutdown left Vincent Zhou wondering what would come next in his career, but the decorated figure skater is motivated for Skate America.