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COLLEGE FOOTBALL

WHAT JUST HAPPENED?

By Andy Staples

TWO SHINING MOMENTS

By Andy Staples

LA COWBELL ÉPOQUE

By Pete Thamel

MLB POSTSEASON

OCTOBERBEST

The Royals hadn't been to the postseason in 29 years, until last week. The Orioles, however, one-up Kansas City when it comes to World Series droughts; they haven't been in 31 years. One of those teams—remarkably similar in some ways, starkly different in others—is going to the Fall Classic. We still can't believe we wrote that sentence

By Tom Verducci

That Old Buck Magic

We're telling you, the O's manager is older and wiser

By Michael Rosenberg

Underdog Days

Sorry, K.C.: In the unlikeliest ALCS matchup, it's the O's World Series drought that will end

By Joe Sheehan

CAMERON WAKE

WIDE AWAKE

By Ben Reiter

Killing Them Softly

In 2014, Cameron Wake isn't alone in being underappreciated because of a so-so sack total

By Chris Burke

POINT AFTER

Dunn and Done

By Ben Reiter

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Leading Off

Beautiful Minds

Watching Ned Yost manage is enough to drive a left-brained analyst crazy. And seeing him succeed is part of the joy of October baseball

By Joe Sheehan

Last Kicks

A final Q&A with soccer's Mr. U.S.A.

Tweetable Reviews

Five new releases in 140 characters or less

The Greatest's Greatest

By Rebecca Shore

HOT | NOT

Full Spectrum

The Red Wings' cure for black-and-blues

By Jamie Lisanti

Faces in the Crowd

Edited By Alexandra Fenwick

Just My Type

By Interview by Dan Patrick

Star of Stars

As a real estate entrepreneur, Roger Staubach has been anything but the retiring type

By Greg Bishop

The Case for ... Rachel Nichols

By Richard Deitsch