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Bryce Love runs right out of Christian McCaffrey's Stanford shadow

Replacing a Heisman finalist was supposed to be Stanford's toughest task. How fast that changed when Bryce Love stepped in and started breaking records. Then again, Love does just about everything fast.

NHL - Alex Ovechkin, Claude Giroux on the road to redemption

Expectations for Alex Ovechkin were, uh, tempered compared with previous seasons. After all, he was coming off a career-low goals total. He and a few others around the league are redeeming themselves with stellar early results.

NHL -- Roberto Luongo on his Italian heritage, Twitter following and poker plans

Panthers goalie Roberto Luongo is known for his sharp Twitter wit and his prowess at the poker table. The two-time Olympic champion talks about racking up wins (and losses), his Italian heritage and if poker is in his plans for retirement.

Bennett coy on Thaiday's Broncos future

Wayne Bennett is not letting on whether he is reconsidering keeping Sam Thaiday beyond 2018 after the forward has emerged as Brisbane's Mr Fix-It.

WSOP winner's friends turn $60 show of support into $40K each

A group of college friends who helped 2017 World Series of Poker main event winner Scott Blumstein pay his entry fee had their show of support rewarded in a big way.

Scott Blumstein wins 2017 World Series of Poker main event, $8.15 million purse

Scott Blumstein dominated the final table from start to finish and finally took out Dan Ott early Sunday to win the 2017 World Series of Poker main event, taking home an $8.15 million purse.

Scott Blumstein widens chip lead on Day 2 of World Series of Poker main event

Scott Blumstein, who has held the chip lead for all but a few brief moments of the WSOP final table, finished Friday with 226.45 million, nearly 63 percent of the total chips in play, as the main event is down to its final three players.

Braves beat Dodgers 12-3 after Wood unravels in 1st loss

Braves pitcher Jaime Garcia hit a grand slam off previously unbeaten Alex Wood to highlight Atlanta's 12-3 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Friday night.

Scott Blumstein takes big 2017 World Series of Poker main event lead after epic pot with John Hesp

After winning a 156 million chip pot against English amateur John Hesp, Scott Blumstein ended the first day of the 2017 World Series of Poker's final table with a commanding lead of 178.3 million.

Gambling - "A Queen of sorts", the 30 for 30 podcast

"Imagine the person who the coolest people in the world think is the coolest, most intimidating, mysterious person that they know, that they all want to hang out with. And that's Phil Ivey." Here is the latest 30 for 30 podcast: "A Queen of Sorts."

2017 WSOP main event - Scott Blumstein leads final table that includes Ben Lamb, Antoine Saout and Bryan Piccioli

The 2017 World Series of Poker main event final table is highlighted by pair of former third-place main event finishers, Antoine Saout and Ben Lamb. Scott Blumstein and John Hesp are way ahead, and Bryan Piccioli is turning heads with his comeback story.

WSOP 2017 - Christian Pham has the kind of day dreams are made of; 27 remain in main event

Christian Pham lived the kind of day most poker players only dream of on Day 6 of the 2017 WSOP main event. When all was said and done, he bagged the chip lead with just 27 players left in the tournament.

WSOP 2017 - Robin Hegele holds slight lead as 85 advance to Day 6 of main event

After Day 5 of the 2017 World Series of Poker main event, only 85 players remain. Tim Fiorvanti recaps all of the action from a busy day, which included a slew of notable eliminations.

WSOP 2017 - Kenny Hallaert makes third consecutive main event Day 5, 297 remain

After Day 4 of the 2017 World Series of Poker main event started with a stunning stream of eliminations, even for a post-bubble period, moving day saw less than one-third of the 1,084 who started play Friday make it through to Day 5.

Poker - Daily recaps from the 2017 World Series of Poker main event

The 2017 World Series of Poker main event is underway in Las Vegas. Miss any of the action? Don't worry, this file has all of our daily recaps.

World Series of Poker - Catching up with champion Greg Merson five years after he won the Main Event

A lot has changed for Greg Merson in five years, after winning the 2012 World Series of Poker Main Event. Bernard Lee catches up with the former champion to talk life, online poker and how Merson has battled addiction.