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Kraken are home: Best scenes, plays and moments from the team's Seattle debut
Seattle fans have been waiting a long time to see their new hockey team at home. The wait is over.[read more]

Shakur Stevenson dominates, stops Jamel Herring to win WBO title
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WR Hogan decides to retire after 10-year career
After a brief return to the NFL this season with the New Orleans Saints, receiver Chris Hogan decided to retire.[read more]

Dabo: Offense 'under evaluation' for 4-3 Clemson
After yet another woeful offensive performance in which starting quarterback D.J. Uiagalelei was benched and Clemson fell 27-17 to Pitt on Saturday, Tigers coach Dabo Swinney said every job on the unit would be up for grabs in practice this week.[read more]

Russ 'OK with adversity' amid Lakers' slow start
Count new Lakers guard Russell Westbrook among those unfazed with the Lakers' slow start, as the veteran star knows there's still some time needed until "we all get comfortable with each other."[read more]

'Bama wins, but miscues 'need to get corrected'
No. 4 Alabama pulled away in the second half to defeat Tennessee, 52-24, at home Saturday, but Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban told reporters that "things need to get corrected" before the defending national champions' next game on Nov. 6.[read more]

Illinois stuns No. 7 Penn State in first 9-OT game
Casey Washington caught a 2-point conversion pass from Brandon Peters to end the first nine-overtime game in NCAA history and lift Illinois over No. 7 Penn State 20-18 Saturday.[read more]

OU's Williams delivers 'gotta have it' play in win
Oklahoma survived another slow start in a 35-23 win over Kansas, and Caleb Williams once again provided a spark, but in an unusual way.[read more]

Warriors rib snubbed Klay, gift him No. 77 jersey
The Golden State Warriors enjoyed a few laughs at Klay Thompson's expense, hanging a No. 77 jersey in his locker in honor of him being left of the NBA's 75th anniversary team.[read more]

Braves back in World Series for 1st time since '99
Eddie Rosario's three-run homer in the fourth inning proved to be the difference as the Braves beat the Dodgers 4-2 in Game 6 of the NLCS.[read more]