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Sports adapt to coronavirus restrictions as competition continues
Athletes and fans adapt to coronavirus restrictions as leagues continue competition. Stadiums remain empty and masks are worn by players, coaches and support staff.      
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WATCH: Footage released of man who broke into Brewers' Miller Park and damaged field with tractor
Video of a man who broke into the Milwaukee Brewers' Miller Park shows him trying to carve his name into the field with a tractor.       
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SEC opens season with COVID-19 infection rates double the national average
Daily new coronavirus cases in SEC counties tumbled during the past week but remain high compared to the rest of the country.       
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NFL Week 3's best photos
Take a look at all of the best photos in the third week of action of the 2020 NFL season.       
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Seattle Storm surge past Minnesota Lynx for 2-0 series lead in WNBA semifinals
The Storm pulled away from the Lynx 89-79 in Game 2, while the Las Vegas Sun and Connecticut Sun contested Game 3 in their semifinal series.       
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Pac-12 announces it will begin college football season on Nov. 6
The Pac-12 reversed its earlier decision and will attempt to play a seven-game schedule beginning Nov. 6. Teams will be considered for the CFP.       
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'Don't want anybody panicking': White Sox, Yankees among MLB teams limping towards postseason
Major League Baseball's expanded playoffs begin next week, but some postseason teams are struggling down the srretc       
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Louisville school district postpones football games to Saturday and Sunday amid protests, curfew
Jefferson County (Kentucky) Public Schools postponed high school football games scheduled for Thursday and Friday to Saturday and Sunday.       
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'They've carried us': Cincinnati Reds players thank cheering grounds crew after final home game
Reds players thanked their lively grounds crew after their last home game. Joey Votto: "They've carried us at times when we need energy."       
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Alex Gordon will retire at end of 2020 MLB season after 14 years with Kansas City Royals
Alex Gordon is retiring from baseball after 14 seasons in the majors, all with the Kansas City Royals.       
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Two members of U.S. House introduce bill regarding NCAA athletes' name, image and likeness
Congressmen, including former Ohio State and NFL player Anthony Gonzalez, address controversial way of allowing more money to reach college athletes.       
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Opinion: MLB made it to the end of its pandemic-ravaged season. Was it worth the toll?
MLB made it to the end of its pandemic-ravaged season. Were the victories worth the toll at the end?       
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USA TODAY Sports' Week 3 NFL picks: Chiefs or Ravens in potential AFC championship game preview?
Reigning Super Bowl champion Kansas City heads to Baltimore on Monday in a matchup of AFC heavyweights, one that could determine home-field advantage.       
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Jon Gruden has high praise for 'Slam' Newton ahead of Patriots-Raiders contest
Las Vegas Raiders head coach Jon Gruden, who has a way with words, calls Patriots QB Cam Newton "Slam Newton ... a power forward playing quarterback."       
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Cincinnati Reds' Trevor Bauer on his Cy Young case: 'I don't see how you can see it any other way'
After striking out 12 over eight innings in Cincinnati's 6-1 win over Milwaukee, Reds right-hander Trevor Bauer makes a convincing argument.      
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LeBron James 'devastated, hurt, sad, mad!' after grand jury decision in Breonna Taylor case
LeBron James took to Twitter to convey his feelings following the grand jury decision in the death of Breonna Taylor.       
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Celtics' Gordon Hayward remains in NBA bubble as wife, Robyn, gives birth to couple's first son
Gordon Hayward's wife, Robyn, gave birth to the couple's fourth child - and first son - hours before Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals.       
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Sports world reacts to grand jury's decision in Breonna Taylor's shooting death
Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr says decision not directly addressing Louisville woman's fatal shooting was "demoralizing" and "discouraging."       
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Opinion: SEC too tight-lipped about COVID-19 data, real cost of successful football season
Out of the 14 SEC schools, only Florida has been regularly updating its COVID-19 numbers. Others have been infrequent or shared anecdotally.       
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Louisville school district cancels games, practices Wednesday in light of Breonna Taylor decision
Jefferson County (Kentucky) Public Schools has canceled all games and practices Wednesday in light of the announcement in the Breonna Taylor case.       
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Heads or tails! Kentucky High School Athletic Association replaces jump ball with coin toss
According to the Kentucky High School Athletic Association, the state has adopted a rule that replaces the jump ball with a coin toss to start games.       
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Lakers center Dwight Howard appreciates moments of joy during rough time
Lakers' Dwight Howard wasn't sure he wanted to join restart after the mother of his son died. But a shot at NBA Finals has him enjoying the moment.       
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