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Sports Night: Spieth makes history with Open Championship victory

Winner Jordan Spieth of the United States, right, and runner up Matt Kuchar of the United States look at the trophy after the final round of the British Open Golf Championship, at Royal Birkdale, Southport, England, Sunday July 23, 2017. (AP Photo/Dave Thompson)

Just four days before his 24th birthday, Jordan Spieth withstood two strong runs by Matt Kuchar to win the Open Championship, his third major.

With the victory, Spieth tied Jack Nicklaus as the only two players in history to win three of the majors before the age of 24. Former Rebel Charley Hoffman was the highest local finisher as he tied for 20th at 1-under-par.

Football season is right around the corner, and former NFL and college star Mike Pritchard joins us for a conversation about training camps starting up and the Raiders’ move to Las Vegas.

Pritchard is part of the UNLV football broadcast team and he gives his thoughts on the upcoming season with the Mountain West Media days beginning Tuesday in Las Vegas.

Kurt and Kyle Busch found some bad luck on the track at the Brickyard 400.

Kasey Kahne survived the crash-marred race in Indianapolis for his first NASCAR Cup victory in three years.

Early Sunday morning at the Rio, American Scott Blumstein outlasted Dan Ott to win the World Series of Poker’s Main Event and claim the $8.1 million prize.

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