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Alabama Coach Nick Saban roams the field during practice in Tuscaloosa. The Crimson Tide enters the season ranked No. 2 and aiming to reclaim its national championship throne. Russell Lewis/NPR hide caption

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Tide Rolls Back In: Alabama Hopes To Not Squander Last Year's Championship 'Failure'

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Saturday Sports: Women's Soccer Team, Jay-Z

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Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan, center, wears a T-shirt honoring Megan Rapinoe, right, of the U.S. women's World Cup champion soccer team and the Seattle Storm's Sue Bird, left, before a WNBA game on July 12. Elaine Thompson/AP hide caption

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After World Cup Win, Other U.S. Women's Sports Leagues Ask, 'What About Us?'

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Women's World Cup Bump — Short-Lived Or Longer?

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Sports Roundup: Boxing Deaths, Olympic Swimming And The WNBA

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U.S. Women's National Team players celebrate with the FIFA Women's World Cup Trophy following team's victory Sunday. Maja Hitij/Getty Images hide caption

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Equal Pay For Equal Play; The U.S. Women's Soccer Team Tackles Its Next Quest

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U.S. Women To Resume 'Equal Pay For Equal Play' Fight After Winning 4th World Cup

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U.S. Prepares To Face The Netherlands In Women's World Cup Final

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Former Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig sits outside his luxury suite to watch the Milwaukee Brewers game at Miller Park. His new book reveals how he navigated tumultuous events in his career like the devastating player strike and the spread of performance-enhancing drugs. Sara Stathas for NPR hide caption

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Candid And Sometimes Angry, Bud Selig's New Book May Surprise You

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Former MLB Commissioner Selig Opens Up In 'For The Good Of The Game'

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What Makes The U.S. Open The Most Accessible Of Golf's Major Tournaments

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