9:00 AM ET While the playoff has taken a predictable path this fall, consider just how rare it is that No. 1 Alabama, No. 2 Clemson and No. 3 Notre Dame are entering rivalry week undefeated: It’s only the fourth time in the past 20 years that three Power 5 teams (or BCS automatic qualifiers)
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9:00 AM ET Mark Schlabach Close ESPN Senior Writer Senior college football writer Author of seven books on college football Graduate of the University of Georgia Dave Wilson Close ESPN Staff Writer Dave Wilson is an editor for ESPN.com since 2010. He previously worked at The Dallas Morning News, San Diego Union-Tribune and Las Vegas
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10:58 AM ET After 21 seasons and over 3,000 hits, Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre has announced his retirement. In a statement in which he thanked his family, fans, agents, his former teams and Tommy Lasorda, Beltre, who will turn 40 in April, said it’s simply “time to call it a career.” “After careful
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10:38 AM GMT South Africa captain Siya Kolisi has been cleared to play against Wales this weekend after escaping sanction for an apparent headbutt on Scotland’s Peter Horne. Replays showed Kolisi appear to strike Horne with the back of his head in the 31st minute of the Springboks’ narrow 26-20 at BT Murrayfield on Saturday,
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9:21 AM ET Associated Press LONDON — British golfer Laura Davies will be one of Europe’s three vice captains next year at the Solheim Cup. Europe captain Catriona Matthew chose Davies to join vice captains Suzann Pettersen and Kathryn Imrie for the competition at the Gleneagles course in Scotland in September. Davies played for Europe
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8:38 AM ET Two players, each easily defined by one name: Tiger. Phil. When: Friday, 3 p.m. ETWhere: Shadow Creek Golf Course (Las Vegas)Format: Match playStakes: $9 million winner-take-all As they finally get set to play in a made-for-TV, $9 million, winner-take-all match Friday at Shadow Creek in Las Vegas, our experts gathered to answer
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  shares The PCB’s case against the BCCI – seeking compensation for India’s refusal to play bilateral series against Pakistan – has been dismissed by the ICC’s disputes committee. The ICC said the judgement was “binding and non-appealable”. The dispute centred around an agreement the two boards signed in 2014 to play six series over
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