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Wright Thompson talks about the ghosts left behind from when James Meredith was integrated during the 1962 Ole Miss football season. ESPN Films 30 for 30 Ghosts of Ole Miss airs Tuesday October 30th, 8PM ET on ESPN.
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Marc Stein discusses the report that Minnesota has agreed in principle to acquire Philadelphia's Thaddeus Young and No. 1 overall draft pick Andrew Wiggins in a three-team trade that will send Kevin Love to Cleveland.
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Brian Windhorst discusses the Phoenix Suns' reasoning for making a late push to acquire Kevin Love in a deal involving Eric Bledsoe.
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Jerry Crasnick discusses the Red Sox's seven-year deal with Rusney Castillo.
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"NFL Insiders" discusses the report that Saints TE Jimmy Graham has been fined $30,000 for twice dunking the ball over the goalpost during a preseason game.
Ed Werder discusses the news that Philadelphia Eagles RB LeSean McCoy, who left Thursday's game against Pittsburgh, has been diagnosed with a sprained right thumb after his X-rays came back negative.
Ed Werder talks about the NFL fining Cleveland QB Johnny Manziel $12,000 for an obscene gesture at Washington's bench in a preseason game.
Bob Harig explains how Seung-Yul Noh should have handled his next shot after landing a drive on the wrong green.
Chris Cooley and Trevor Matich discuss whether there are concerns over Redskins QB Robert Griffin III's style of play and why he needs to do a better job of sliding to avoid contact.
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An attorney for the fiancee of Aaron Hernandez has asked for perjury charges against her, relating to her grand jury testimony in the investigation of the death of Odin Lloyd, to be be dismissed.
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Watch the best of the worst plays from "SportsCenter."
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Brett McMurphy discusses why some colleges are deciding to sell beer inside the stadium at football games.
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Illinois defeated Pennsylvania 6-5 to advance to face Nevada in the U.S. title game of the Little League World Series.
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