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Aug 26, 2021 LSU and USC will open the 2024 season in Las Vegas, a matchup of teams that both staked claim to the 2003 national championship. The Tigers and Trojans will play in the Vegas Kickoff Classic during Labor Day weekend in 2024 at Allegiant Stadium in a game to be aired on ABC
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5:34 PM ET Kiley McDaniel Close ESPN MLB Insider ESPN MLB Insider Kiley McDaniel covers MLB prospects, the MLB Draft and more, including trades and free agency. Has worked for four MLB teams. Jeff Passan Close ESPN ESPN MLB insiderAuthor of “The Arm: Inside the Billion-Dollar Mystery of the Most Valuable Commodity in Sports” The
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6:54 PM ET Associated Press CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Kurt Busch will drive next season for 23XI Racing, the NASCAR team owned by Denny Hamlin and Michael Jordan, in a long-expected expansion move for the first-year organization. Hamlin, the three-time Daytona 500 winner, partnered with Jordan this year to start a team centered around Bubba Wallace.
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3:34 PM ET The UFC is targeting a bantamweight matchup between Frankie Edgar and Marlon “Chito” Vera for UFC 268 on Nov. 6, multiple sources told ESPN. Contracts have not been signed, but both sides have verbally agreed to the matchup. The pay-per-view event is expected to take place at Madison Square Garden. A former
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3:11 PM ET British teenager Emma Raducanu advanced through to the US Open main draw after she beat Egypt’s Mayar Sherif in her final qualifying match on Friday. Raducanu led a fairy tale run at Wimbledon in July as she became the youngest British women’s player to reach the fourth round at All England Lawn
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5:58 PM ET Tory BarronESPN Editor Close Tory Barron is a Bristol-based writer and editor for ESPN.com. After retiring from playing lacrosse at UConn, the DC native decided to try her hand at writing about people playing sports. Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry and his wife, Ayesha, are collaborating with Davidson College to launch
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12:22 AM ET Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin didn’t mince words in the aftermath of his team’s 34-9 loss to the host Carolina Panthers in the preseason finale Friday night. The Steelers, albeit starting mostly backups against the Panthers’ starters, didn’t play at the level he expected — and it more than applied to quarterback
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