The Big Lead’s PM Sports Roundup, which is totally on board with more five-hour World Series games.
Um, wow: Actress/model/Instagram user Emily Ratajkowski won Halloween. She went as…Emily Ratajkowski with purple hair? I don’t know, but I do know I liked it.
Opioid crisis battle hits the gridiron: Oklahoma and Oklahoma State will do their part to raise awareness of the nation’s opioid crisis this weekend. Both teams will wear “Stop Opioids” helmet stickers this weekend during their rivalry matchup.
The 2017 World Series has changed baseball: The Houston Astros and Los Angeles Dodgers have altered the future of the game forever after a memorable World Series.
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In Case You Missed It on The Big Lead: Could Frank Gore “Return” to Philadelphia at the Trade Deadline?; Genie Bouchard Was a Baywatch Lifeguard For Halloween; Iowa State Could Totally Win The Big 12; Don’t Count Out These College Football Playoff Longshots.
Around the Sports Internet: The story behind the Astros fan who stole a home run ball and threw it back Sunday night; Bears linebacker Jerrell Freeman is “sorry” after his 10-game PED ban; Is J.T. Barrett now the Heisman front runner?; Re-thinking a few NBA offseason trades that may not have been so lopsided.
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