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SportsCenter Highlight of the Night: Louisville outscored Miami 17-3 in the second half en route to the 31-13 win.
The Blue Jays came back from a three-run deficit to beat the Yankees 4-3.
Louisville coach Bobby Petrino comments on his team's 31-13 victory over Miami.
Clayton Kershaw sits down with Buster Olney to discuss his comments about this season being World Series or bust for the Dodgers and his relationship with Sandy Koufax.
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