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3hDan Graziano

Source: JPP plans to return to Giants next week

Jason Pierre Paul plans to return to the New York Giants next week and the team will examine his hand and make a determination about when he might be available to play, according to a source.

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4hJim Trotter

Trotter: Brady decision exposes NFL's power again

In case after case, we learn repeatedly that NFL justice simply isn't in line with the standards of American justice. And this has owners questioning the guy who hands out that justice.

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Berry: My bold fantasy football predictions

John Brown will catch at least 10 TDs this season. Yes, you heard me ... 10 TDs! With this and other predictions, Matthew Berry goes way out on a limb with a bold statements for each NFL team.

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Jeremy Lin goes undercover (0:51)
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Judge deems NFL's process unfair to Brady (1:19)
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Ruling a major rebuke of Goodell's power (1:17)
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Federer dominates in second-round match of US Open

Roger Federer cruises to a straight-set victory over Steve Darcis at the US Open (live on ESPN2 & WatchESPN). Caroline Wozniacki squares off next against Petra Cetkovska under the lights in Arthur Ashe Stadium.

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Sock's cramps too unbearable to continue (2:19)
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NBA impersonator back at it, this time with Ginobili (0:30)
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Who can actually win the College Football Playoff? (1:45)
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Kiper: Adoree' Jackson 'could be spectacular this season' (0:40)
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3hGreg Garber

Overcome by heat, Sock collapses at US Open

Jack Sock, a 22-year-old American, was the latest victim of the heat wave that has gripped the 2015 US Open, as he withdrew from his second-round match Thursday after collapsing to the court.

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6hDavid Purdum

Brady ruling shifts Patriots' Super Bowl odds

Las Vegas sportsbooks reacted to news of Tom Brady's appeal win by reinstalling the Patriots as the co-favorites in the AFC and bumping up the point spread in next week's season opener.

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Huge offensive night gets Nats the win

Nats 1B Ryan Zimmerman went 3-for-3 with four RBIs, and CF Bryce Harper drove in four runs off four walks in the Nationals' 15-1 win over the Braves, who have now dropped 16 of their past 17 games. Box score

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Tim Tebow throws nice TD pass
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Eagles QB Tim Tebow connected with Rasheed Bailey for an 18-yard touchdown against the Jets as he tries to make the final roster.

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Giants' pitching also showing off hitting

Madison Bumgarner (five) and Ryan Vogelsong (one) have now combined for the most HRs by Giants pitchers in a season since 1955, when Johnny Antonelli and Jim Hearn had four each. San Francisco trails Colorado 5-2 in the third. Follow live

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Utah leads Michigan 10-3 at halftime in Salt Lake City. Quarterback play has been the difference for the Utes so far. Travis Wilson completed 14 of 22 attempts for 132 yards and rushed for 26 yards. Michigan's Jake Rudock has thrown two interceptions on his 17 attempts. He threw a total of five picks in his 12 starts at Iowa last season.

Michigan trails Utah 10-3 at halftime

Jim Harbaugh's debut as Michigan coach hasn't gone according to plan so far, as QB Jake Rudock has thrown two picks, and Utah's Devonta Freeman has scored the only TD. Follow live

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Things get chippy between 'Nova and UCONN
College Football 

Some might call this dive over the offensive line a good read by Villanova. But the Connecticut offense wasn't so keen on the play, nearly resulting in a brouhaha.

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Ryan Vogelsong cuts own deficit in half

The Giants RHP hit a two-run homer off Rockies LHP Chris Rusin to cut into the Rockies' lead 4-2 in the third. It's the first HR hit by a Giants pitcher not named Madison since Matt Cain on July 21, 2012. Follow live

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan went with Jake Rudock to limit turnovers, a huge issue last season. He had only five INTs on 345 attempts for Iowa. Has thrown two INTs on his first 16 attempts tonight. And some costly overthrows.

Utah gets second pick of game

Marcus Williams stopped a Michigan drive late in the second quarter by picking off Jake Rudock. However, the Utes' Andy Phillips missed a 48-yard FG. Utah still leads Michigan 10-3. Follow live

It's all TCU in the first quarter

A 53-yard FG from Jaden Oberkrom started the scoring for the Horned Frogs, then Trevone Boykin and Josh Doctson hooked up for a TD to put TCU up 10-0 on Minnesota in the early going. Watch live on ESPN/WatchESPN

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Steve Spurrier said he "called a lousy game" but "the football gods smiled on us." He says UNC's D "got the best of us.

It's tough to stop a TD when you fall down
College Football 

Jordan Reid had found a gap behind the defense anyway, but Idaho's Russell Siavii made things easy for Ohio when his feet got tangled in his attempt to defend the pass.

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Utah scores first TD of game
College Football 

Devontae Booker gives Utah a 10-3 lead over Michigan with a 1-yard TD in the second quarter.

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An interesting night for Bryce Harper

The Nationals OF was pinch hit for in the sixth as they led the Braves 12-1. In his four PAs, he didn't swing once, was walked each time, scored four runs and drove in 1. The last player with 4-plus walks, 4-plus runs, and 1-plus RBIs in one game was Derrek Lee with the then-Florida Marlins in 2002. Follow live

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Mexico trying to stay unbeaten
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Behind Gustavo Ayon (22.5 PPG), Mexico is off to a 2-0 start at FIBA Americas. They can clinch a spot in the second round with a win tonight against Panama. Live on ESPN3

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INT in the end zone seals UNC's fate
College Football 

Thanks to a late interception in the end zone, South Carolina opened the college football season with a 17-13 win over North Carolina.

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Adam Rittenberg @ESPNRittenberg

Very impressive drive by Utah. Love the patience Booker shows. Michigan had outplayed Utes until now. How do Wolverines respond?

Utah jumps back ahead of Michigan

The Utes responded to the Wolverines' field goal by marching down the field with an 11-play drive, capped by Devontae Booker's 1-yard TD run, to take a 10-3 lead with 10:33 left in the first half. Follow live

Patriots fans celebrate Brady ruling
NFL 

There were plenty of signs throughout Gillette Stadium to celebrate that Tom Brady's suspension was overturned. However, Brady wasn't around to see much of it as he and a number of other starters were sent home before tonight's game against the Giants.

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Can TCU maintain last season's pace?

TCU set single-season school records for points (604), TDs (77), and total offense (6,929) under first-year co-OCs Doug Meacham and Sonny Cumbie in 2014. TCU averaged 23.7 seconds per play (32nd in FBS), nearly five seconds faster than 2012 and 2013. The game is now live on ESPN. Watch

Final: South Carolina 17, UNC 13
College Football 

Connor Mitch didn't have the greatest game, going just 9-for-22, but UNC QB Marquise Williams' 3 INTs helped South Carolina start the college football season off right. Box score

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College Football 

Michigan gets first points of Harbaugh era

Kenny Allen kicked a 30-yard field goal just after the second quarter began, as Michigan tied Utah 3-3. Those are the first points scored in Jim Harbaugh's first game for the Wolverines. Follow live

Carlos Gonzalez HR puts Rockies up

The Rockies RF launched his 34th home run of the season in the bottom of the first vs. the Giants to put the Rockies up 2-0. Thirty-four homers ties his career high set in 2010. Follow live

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

What a night for new South Carolina DC Jon Hoke. Unit gets two interceptions in end zone. UNC leaving a ton of points on the field but promising start for Gamecocks. Hoke hire overlooked with all the SEC D-coordinator changes but paying off. Expected a lot more consistency from Marquise Williams.