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  1. You didn't expect Lane Kiffin's return to Knoxville to be normal, did you? Here's the inside story of Kiffin's wild two days back on Rocky Top.
  2. Max Scherzer lasted only into the fifth inning of Sunday's Game 2 of the NLCS after closing out the Dodgers' NLDS victory, and now Julio Urias, L.A.'s Game 4 starter, will face a similar challenge.
  3. Steelers coach Mike Tomlin was incensed about a call in the final seconds of regulation, even after beating the Seahawks in overtime Sunday night.
  4. Free-agent QB Cam Newton said he has been vaccinated against COVID-19 and wants to keep playing football.
  5. Only 21 months after guiding LSU to a perfect record and national championship, Ed Orgeron and the Tigers have reached an agreement for him to step aside after this season.
  6. Seahawks defensive end Darrell Taylor was immobilized, taken off the field on a stretcher and taken via ambulance to a hospital Sunday night. Coach Pete Carroll said preliminary CT scans were clear and that Taylor was moving his extremities.
  7. Hometown heroes Candace Parker and Allie Quigley came through big time to help Chicago win its first WNBA championship with a 80-74 victory over the Phoenix Mercury. Kahleah Copper was named WNBA Finals MVP.
  8. New York defensive lineman Leonard Williams made his presence felt Sunday vs. the Los Angeles Rams, but it wasn't near enough to satisfy disgruntled Giants fans, who booed the home team en route to another loss.
  9. Vintage Aaron Rodgers turned into unfiltered Aaron Rodgers on Sunday, screaming, "I still own you," to jeering Bears fans after his 6-yard touchdown scramble in the fourth quarter sealed the Packers' 24-14 victory.
  10. The Braves have a surprising series lead over the Dodgers -- and we've learned to expect the unexpected.
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