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How Rams' Super Bowl title has fanned flames of red-hot commodity in L.A.
Rams training camps used to be littered with fans adorning colors for other NFL teams, but a Super Bowl LVI title later blue-and-gold enthusiasm has taken over in L.A.
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Chargers' Michael Davis admits personal life cost him starting corner job
Michael Davis has made a lot of starts for the Chargers at cornerback over the years, but he struggled last season and lost his starting role, he says because of off-field distractions.
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Here's how the Dodgers lineup is barreling baseballs and producing bushels of runs
The Dodgers are averaging nearly seven runs a game during a nine-game winning streak and nearly six runs a game during a torrid 31-5 stretch.
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Apple Valley lineman Raymond Pulido is ready for more big-time football
Offensive lineman Raymond Pulido has returned to Apple Valley High after spending the spring at St. John Bosco. He knows what big-time football is about.
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Julio Urías cementing status as staff ace as Dodgers rout Twins
Julio Urías struck out eight batters as the Dodgers extended their win steak to nine games with a 10-3 win over the Minnesota Twins on Tuesday at Dodger Stadium.
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Travel-weary Sparks' playoff hopes take a hit in blowout loss to Sun
The Sparks' schedule and ban on charters has the team sleeping in airports and exhausted as it was shown in the 97-71 loss to the Connecticut Sun on Tuesday.
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Saying 'everything's year to year,' Chip Kelly explains his transfer-heavy recruiting
The size of each of Chip Kelly's high school recruiting classes at UCLA has dropped from 27 in 2018 to six at this point for 2023. But the number of transfers has soared.
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Rams coach Sean McVay reveals he has a new contract
Rams coach Sean McVay, who guided the Rams to a Super Bowl title, said Tuesday that he has a new contract.
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Elliott: Serena Williams makes a conscious choice to give up tennis and focus on her family
Serena Williams wants to have another child, and decides that doing so while playing tennis at age 40 isn't feasible. She's choosing family.
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Participation in high school football in California declines for 6th consecutive year
84,626 played football in 2021, down from 89,756 in 2019. For the sixth consecutive year, participation falls, according to the survey.
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'The Voice': Collector's book celebrates the life of Vin Scully
Celebrate the life of longtime Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully in a new hardcover book called "The Voice" from the Los Angeles Times.
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San Jose State gymnasts endured coach's emotional abuse on top of trainer's sexual abuse, athlete says
Gymnast Amy LeClair's account of sexual abuse by San Jose State trainer Scott Shaw brought to light allegations against former coach Wayne Wright.
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Elliott: Legendary Kings voice Bob Miller reflects on lessons learned from Vin Scully
Hall of Fame Kings broadcaster Bob Miller expands on what he learned listening to Vin Scully.
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Serena Williams announces her retirement from tennis
Serena Williams, winner of 23 Grand Slam championships, announced she will retire from tennis to focus on growing her family and business ventures.
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