Many of the faces have changed, but emotions are still high as Miami aims to avenge its bowl loss to Louisville. Andrea Adelson »New feel »Keys
In a lost season for Philadelphia, Cole Hamels helped provide a bright spot, starting a combined no-hitter. David Schoenfield »Hamels, 3 relievers no-hit Braves »Stats »Hamels Nationals-Dodgers
Playing chase in the wild-card race, the Braves are relying on Julio Teheran to pitch like an ace. BBTN Giamatti's son remembers late commissioner »
Florida State learned it's tough to play with a target on its back. Was the Noles' close call a one-time thing or an ominous sign? Gene Wojciechowski »Grantland wrap »Canes, Cards ready »3-point stance »
Can the Seahawks and Broncos return to the Super Bowl? Which stars will stand out? Our experts make their calls. National contributors »Reporters: AFC »NFC »ESPN personalities »Season preview »
SportsCenter Highlight of the Night: Louisville outscored Miami 17-3 in the second half en route to the 31-13 win.
The Blue Jays came back from a three-run deficit to beat the Yankees 4-3.
Louisville coach Bobby Petrino comments on his team's 31-13 victory over Miami.
Clayton Kershaw sits down with Buster Olney to discuss his comments about this season being World Series or bust for the Dodgers and his relationship with Sandy Koufax.
Chris Kirk rallied to pick up his second victory of the season with a win at the Deutsche Bank Championship.
7:00 a.m. Out of Bounds
10:00 a.m. The Herd with Colin Cowherd
Home Cookin' High School Tailgate Show
There are no games scheduled for today.