For Clayton Kershaw, the look of devastation from previous postseasons was replaced by an occasional smile following the Dodgers’ Game 5 win over the Rays, columnist Dylan Hernández writes.
With the opportunity to win their first World Series in 32 years on the line, the Dodgers will start Tony Gonsolin in Game 6 of the World Series.
The Rays credited the baseball gods for their victory over the Dodgers in Game 4 of the World Series, but those otherworldly forces deserted them in Game 5.
Munir McClain, the suspended USC wide receiver at the center of a federal probe, held a news conference. ‘I believe that I did everything right,’ he said.
Chargers’ Justin Herbert joined Cincinnati’s Joe Burrow as the only rookie quarterbacks to throw for 300 yards and three touchdowns and run for a score in one game.
Joc Pederson was nearly traded away by the Dodgers before the season even started, but he’s lived up to his “Joctober” nickname in the World Series.
Max Muncy’s shouting coupled with some quick baseball instincts by Clayton Kershaw prevented the Rays’ Manuel Margot from stealing home in Game 5.
Behind a strong outing from Clayton Kershaw and three relievers, the Dodgers defeated the Rays to take a three-games-to-two lead in the World Series.
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UCLA and USC
Chase Artopoeus and Chase Griffin, two redshirt freshmen from Ivy League schools, are battling for UCLA’s No. 2 QB spot behind Dorian Thompson-Robinson.
Suspended USC receiver Munir McClain will hold a news conference to call for his reinstatement after he was questioned for receiving unemployment benefits.
A one-year eligibility extension approved by the NCAA and a potential transfer rule could leave college football rosters in flux for a few seasons.
The Bruins’ and Trojans’ women’s basketball teams know they play in one of the nation’s toughest conferences. They hope that prepares them for the postseason.
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