It wasn't pretty, but the young Royals made their first playoff game in 29 years one to savor. Doug Padilla » K.C. rallies, wins in 12 »How A's fell »BBTN Dunn retires »Stats »Yost's blunder »Schedule »
K.C.'s playoff drought is finally over. But is a win vs. Jon Lester too much to ask? Listen @BBTN: Braden tweets Schedule »More »
Josh Gordon wants to play again, so he's spent time in "hippie" rehab and endured countless drug tests. Elizabeth Merrill »Hoyer, Manziel & Cleveland »Strange month »Fantasy: Replace Brady Ranks »
Mackey Sasser had all the tools you want in a catcher -- but he couldn't throw the ball back to the pitcher. 30 for 30 examines the mental side of the Mets catcher's downfall. Watch Battle of mind over matter »
Blake Sims' perseverance made him Alabama's quarterback. But the long road to a starting spot wasn't traveled alone. Mark Schlabach »Kiffin's impact » Bama is Vegas' No. 1 Betting chat, 2:30 ET »
Joe Schad discusses the latest news from the University of Michigan, where students and fans demanded the school get rid of athletic director Dave Brandon.
ESPN Panthers reporter David Newton says this skidding team has plenty of things it needs to do, starting with the run game - as in, stopping the Bears and establishing its own.
SportsCenter Highlight of the Night: Salvador Perez's RBI single in the 12th inning advanced the Royals to the American League Division Series with a 9-8 win over the Athletics.
ESPN Chicago's Jeff Dickerson previews the week ahead for the Chicago Bears, as they prepare for their trip to Charlotte to face the Carolina Panthers on Sunday.
Eric Karabell and David Schoenfield discuss the Braves' firing of GM Frank Wren.
3:00 p.m. The Pulse
7:00 p.m. Sedano & Stink
Miss Sprint Cup Brooke Werner in the ESPN 730 Studio
ESPN 730 at Ruggerfest 2013 Charlotte, NC
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