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  1. Milos Raonic and Eugenie Bouchard are still alive in singles as the rest of the Canadian contingent at the US Open gets going
    Stephanie Myles

    Milos Raonic and Eugenie Bouchard are still alive in singles as the rest of the Canadian contingent at the US Open gets going

  2. This is what happens when ballet meets bicycles
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    This is what happens when ballet meets bicycles

  3. Daily Dime: Paying up for Matt Harvey and going cheap with hitters
    Dalton Del Don

    Daily Dime: Paying up for Matt Harvey and going cheap with hitters

  4. When you're Roger Federer, there's no place to hide at the US Open
    Stephanie Myles

    When you're Roger Federer, there's no place to hide at the US Open

  5. A somewhat subdued Nick Kyrgios behaves, but Andy Murray remains a better tennis player in a four-set victory
    Stephanie Myles

    A somewhat subdued Nick Kyrgios behaves, but Andy Murray remains a better tennis player in a four-set victory

  6. The Redskins are a trainwreck that keeps on piling up (podcast)
    Jay Busbee

    The Redskins are a trainwreck that keeps on piling up (podcast)

  7. Sizing up September: 10 important storylines for the MLB stretch run
    Mike Oz

    Sizing up September: 10 important storylines for the MLB stretch run

  8. Puck Daddy’s Metropolitan division preview
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    Puck Daddy’s Metropolitan division preview

  9. Andrew Wiggins dunks on Andres Nocioni at FIBA Americas
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    Andrew Wiggins dunks on Andres Nocioni at FIBA Americas

  10. Brandon Moss' walk-off lifts Cardinals after Nationals bullpen implodes
    Chris Cwik

    Brandon Moss' walk-off lifts Cardinals after Nationals bullpen implodes

  11. Virtual reality training for QBs is the NFL's new wave (and it's pretty cool)
    Frank Schwab

    Virtual reality training for QBs is the NFL's new wave (and it's pretty cool)

  12. Hacked emails reveal Sony edited 'Concussion' to avoid NFL's wrath
    Ben Rohrbach

    Hacked emails reveal Sony edited 'Concussion' to avoid NFL's wrath