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Watch live: Little League World Series

Japan outlasted Mexico to clinch a spot in Sunday's championship game. Japan will play either Texas or Pennsylvania, who play next in the American championship game. Watch it live on ABC & WatchESPN.

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Rousey-Holm tilt moved to Nov. 14 in Australia

A UFC female bantamweight championship fight between Ronda Rousey and Holly Holm, originally scheduled to take place Jan. 2, now will headline UFC 193 on Nov. 14 in Melbourne, Australia.

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Mangold helps end crime spree with 911 call

Jets center Nick Mangold threw his most memorable block of the summer at his home in New Jersey, stopping burglars from breaking into his car and helping end a crime spree in his neighborhood.

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Follow live: The Barclays

With plenty of birdies possible (see Carlos Ortiz's 62 and Justin Rose's 63 posted already Saturday), will Bubba Watson maintain his lead at the Barclays?

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Follow Triple Crown champion American Pharoah as he makes his second start since winning the Triple Crown in Saturday's Midsummer Derby.

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Hurricane Katrina: Better black lives

Brando Simeo Starkey writes that Hurricane Katrina showed him that if black people want better lives, that is what they should pursue, rather than racial equality.

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Why not Pennsylvania?
Little League World Series 

Blake Zortman, 12, of Etters, Pennsylvania, sports Lewisberry's mantra of "WhyNotUs" prior to their U.S. championship game against Pearland, Texas, at 3:30 p.m. ET. The hometown team is the clear favorite in Williamsport. Live on ABC/ESPN3

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Little League World Series 

How Santa Cruz, Mares stack up
Boxing 

Leo Santa Cruz brings an unbeaten mark into tonight's PBC on ESPN event, and has the youth and reach advantages over former three-division champion Abner Mares.

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Good luck to the Red Land Little League team in the U.S. title game! #WhyNotUs

If college coaches created their own signs
College Football 

Dan Mullen would want to be recognized for his shoe swag. Jim Mora wants to be called boring. Nick Saban's sign? "Roll Tide, what else?"

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Wilson's spectacular bicycle goal
Soccer 

How do you follow up a hat trick from your most recent game? Score your next goal via a bicycle kick, of course. AFC Bournemouth's Callum Wilson lives by this code.

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Drew Brees walks home with fans
NFL 

After Friday's practice at Tulane, the Saints QB stuck around signing autographs until the lights went out. He then walked the 1.5 miles home -- accompanied by some fans.

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NFL 

Clark: Redskins need 'consistency' at QB
NFL 

"They need to know who's going to be behind center each and every week," Ryan Clark said, adding that naming Kirk Cousins the starter seems "fishy" coming after news of RG III's concussion.

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Encarnacion keeps on hitting
MLB 

Edwin Encarnacion's first-inning HR today extended his hitting streak to 24, the longest in the majors this year, and just four off the team record.

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Jane McManus Reporter & Columnist, espnW.com 

Rafael Nadal is a fan favorite at the US Open, but he isn't a favorite to win this year. "I'm not having the best season possible," said the No. 8 seed. "I'm having the worst season in my past 11 years -- but I think I can still be a dangerous player."

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Japan claims LLWS international title
Little League World Series 

Kabu Kikuchi bested Armando Verdugo with 7 scoreless frames and 10 K's, and Koki Jo's fielder's choice scored the winning run to lift Japan to a 1-0 win over Mexico. Japan has made the LLWS championship game 15 times, third-most all-time behind California (23) and Chinese Taipei (20). Coverage continues on ABC, ESPN3

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Little League World Series 

Bubba Watson remains tied for lead
Golf 

Carlos Ortiz went -8 earlier today to earn a share of the lead, but Watson and Sang-Moon Bae have passed him to lead by 1 in the third round of The Barclays. Leaderboard

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Golf 

Cole Hamels pitching well at key time
MLB 

Tim Kurkjian breaks down why Hamels is crucial to the Rangers' playoff hopes: "They acquired him so he can pitch them into the playoffs this year. And so far, at least the last two starts, he looks like the Cole Hamels who can do just that."

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Messi back on pitch with new hardware
Soccer 

Lionel Messi shows off his UEFA's Best Player in Europe award before Barcelona's game this afternoon against Malaga. Gamecast

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Soccer 

Blue Jays' Goins scores from 2B on sac fly

Toronto added to its lead when Ryan Goins scored from second base on a Josh Donaldson fly ball when Detroit CF Anthony Gose lost track of how many outs there were. The Blue Jays lead 6-1 heading into the fifth. Follow live

Stumpy takes a tumble
Cricket 

Everyone loves a pratfall. You'll especially love this one from a cricket mascot named "Stumpy."

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Cricket 

Sit down and stay a while
Little League World Series 

It's a pitcher's duel in the LLWS international championship game, which is headed to extras in Williamsport. Mexico's Armando Verdugo and Japan's Kabu Kikuchi both tossed six scoreless innings, while Verdugo didn't allow a hit. Live on ABC/ESPN3

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Little League World Series 

ICYMI: A slap leads to a red card

Today's Stoke City-West Brom match featured some fireworks when Stoke's Ibrahim Afellay was sent off for slapping West Brom's Craig Gardner.

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Catwalk leaves Kevin Kiermaier hanging
MLB 

The Rays CF had no chance on this Kendrys Morales blast, so he decided to strike a pose instead.

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Spurs squander chances against Everton
Soccer 

The Tottenham Hotspur are still without a win four games into the season after drawing 0-0 with Everton, thanks in part to Tim Howard in top form and a handful of missed chances like this from Jan Vertonghen.

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