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Fantasy panel: Sleepers, busts, breakouts for 2015

ESPN's panel of fantasy football analysts outlines its sleeper, bust and breakout picks for the 2015 season.

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10hBrett Okamoto

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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55mBob Pockrass

Stewart: Ward Jr. tried to make contact with car

Tony Stewart claims he didn't see Kevin Ward Jr. until just before hitting the 20-year-old in the fatal 2014 accident, according to Stewart's response to the Ward family's wrongful death suit.

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Tate's 62-yard TD catch (0:30)
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Titans fall to Chiefs (1:09)
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Morales' home run hits catwalk (0:15)
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Floyd Mayweather balls with Isaiah Thomas (2:00)
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Griner throws down a one-handed dunk (0:20)
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Kid's priceless reaction to snagging foul ball (0:26)
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Golfer's incredible effort to hit out of a water hazard (1:15)
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Stephen A. on Mayweather, Rousey beef (1:35)
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Little girl helps Rousey (2:17)
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19hBrando Simeo Starkey, The Undefeated staff writer

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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West Ham doubles lead against Liverpool
Soccer 

After a scramble in the box, the ball fell perfectly to West Ham's Mark Noble, who slotted it perfectly into the lower corner. WH lead 2-0 .

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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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Max Bretos @mbretosESPN

I am beginning a football love affair with Manuel Lanzini. Great effort on West Ham 2nd goal.

ESPN FC @ESPNFC

Goal, West Ham! After a poor giveaway from Lovren, Mark Noble makes it 2-0!

Sterling nearly scores first goal with MC
Soccer 

Manchester City's Raheem Sterling hasn't broke through in four matches into the Premier League season, but nearly had his moment against Watford in the first half.

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TE's kids love when he catches TDs

Patriots tight end Scott Chandler caught a touchdown in Friday's preseason game, and his little daughters went crazy. Watch

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Enes Kanter meets world's tallest man
NBA 

At 6-foot-11, Enes Kanter is much, much taller than most people. But even he looked small standing next to Sultan Kosen. Turkish towers

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NBA 

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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Cowboys likely won't play Dez tonight
NFL 

Bryant, limited in training camp with a strained hamstring, hasn't played in a preseason game yet and owner Jerry Jones doesn't expect him to suit up tonight: "Let's give him the rest. We don't have to have him [Saturday] night. That's the way I would look at it, and do look at it." (via 105.3 The Fan)

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Own goal decides Arsenal, Newcastle
Soccer 

Reduced to 10 men for the last 75 minutes of the game, Newcastle couldn't recover a point against Arsenal, falling 1-0.

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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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Sunderland nets wonderful free kick
Soccer 

Yann M'Vila submitted an early candidate for Goal of the Day by curling in this free kick to put Sunderland up 1-0. Aston Villa has since equalized.

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Conger turns two with quick reflexes
MLB 

Astros catcher Hank Conger showed off his impressive skills behind the dish, bare-handing Byron Buxton's bunt in mid-air, then throwing to first base to get a double play.

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Liverpool falls in early hole
Soccer 

It took only three minutes for underdogs West Ham to put EPL behemoth Liverpool in a 1-0 hole, courtesy of this Manuel Lanzini goal.

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Cameraman hit by home run
MLB 

Rangers C Chris Gimenez crushed a home run to center field -- directly off the cameraman. No worries, he shrugged it off and kept right on filming.

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RG III caught off-guard by non-clearance
NFL 

Britt McHenry explains how Robert Griffin III was cleared by an independent neurologist but was below the baseline data, which caused the team to reverse the decision that originally cleared the QB.

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Man City takes on Watford
Soccer 

Manchester City is the only Premier League team to win its first three matches this season, and City can set the club record with 10 straight league wins by beating newly promoted Watford today. Gamecast

Soccer 

Mayweather is good at more than boxing
NBA 

Celtics PG Isaiah Thomas doesn't ease up on Floyd Mayweather when the two square off in hoops. In fact, Thomas turns it up a notch just to match the pound-for-pound champ,

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Is your Fantasy Football league ready?

The third game of the preseason is seen as a "dress rehearsal" for most teams, which means this weekend is the perfect time to scout your top fantasy football picks and get ready for your draft. Play for free

OTD: Hurricane Katrina makes landfall

New Orleans journalist Chris Rose recalls Aug, 29, 2005: "What everybody lost was the stuff in the back of their closets. ... You know, your letters from your uncle who served in Vietnam, or the awards you won when you were a child. There are people in this town who don't have photographs of their grandparents. It wasn't about couches and TVs and automobiles and Sheetrock. It was about your history being taken away from you." 10 years later

Courtesy Maya Jones