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27
Bud Selig, Frank McCourtStephen Dunn/Getty ImagesBud Selig may be looking at a new Dodgers owner soon.

• Colin Cowherd thinks the Dodgers' bankruptcy is the worst Chapter 11 filing in history, and he thinks it's Bud Selig's fault. Listen

Spanning the Globe covers the Dodgers, the Nationals, U.S. Soccer, and Terrell Owens' knee injury. Listen

Steelers WR Hines Ward talks about the the NFL lockout, Dancing With the Stars and Ben Roethlisberger's foot injury. Listen

ESPN MLB analyst Curt Schilling talks about how baseball is different without performance enhancers. Plus, Schilling dishes on the Yankees, the Dodgers and Mark Cuban's potential as a major league owner. Listen

CNBC business analyst Darren Rovell tries to make sense of the Dodgers filing for bankruptcy. Plus, Rovell says 162 games just doesn't work anymore for baseball financially. Listen

ESPN soccer analyst Tommy Smyth says there's no excuse for team USA to be up 2-0 in a final and lose like they did in the Gold Cup. Smyth says that's not Bob Bradley's fault, the U.S. just doesn't have good strikers. Plus, he says the U.S. soccer system is flawed. Listen

• Colin shares two amusing stories in Two for the Road. Listen

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