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12:45 PM: It was ten years ago that the annual Clemson-South Carolina football game ended in a bench-clearing brawl at Clemson's Memorial Stadium. The game turned out to be Lou Holtz's last as Gamecocks coach while both teams were banned from the post-season.

12:30 PM: A moose died after crashing through the windshield of a van that was traveling on a road near Ashland, Maine Sunday night. The van's driver managed to escape any serious injury.

12:15 PM: Former NHL player, coach & general manager Pat Quinn died Sunday night at the age of 71 after a long illness.

12:00 PM: Auburn tight end C.J. Uzomah said about facing Alabama in Tuscaloosa next Saturday: "Their fans are going to be nasty. I don't know what they're going to be saying or doing but I know little kids flip you off sometimes. I guarantee all little 5-year-olds are going to be saying something toward us."

11:30 AM: Former Texas A&M and L.A. Rams linebacker Larry Kelm died in a hunting accident over the weekend.

11:15 AM: Premier Range announced it is dropping his jersey sponsorship of Wigan after the English soccer club hired Malky Mackay as its manager. Mackay is being investigated for allegedly sending racist, sexist & homophobic texts during his time as Cardiff's manager.

11:00 AM: Video of Indianapolis Colts receiver T. Y. Hilton getting emotional while talking about his newborn daughter following Sunday's 23-3 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars.

10:45 AM: Vancouver Canucks forward Daniel Sedin played in his 1,000th NHL game on Sunday, a 4-1 win over the Chicago Blackhawks that featured a hat trick by Jannik Hansen.

10:30 AM: After being fined $100,000 by the NFL for not speaking to the media last week, Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch gave one-word "yeah" answers to reporters following Sunday's win over the Arizona Cardinals.

10:15 AM: Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews said about facing the Minnesota Vikings at TCF Bank Stadium for the first time after all those previous trips to the Metrodome: "It was a cool little venue. It definitely didn't feel like playing in Minnesota. I don't know what it felt like, but it's a nice little venue out there."

10:00 AM: After serving a 10-game suspension, Cleveland Browns receiver Josh Gordon said about returning for Sunday's 26-24 win over the Atlanta Falcons: "It means the world to me to be back, but not just to be back, but to be with this team."

8:00 PM: Lauren Hill, the Mount St. Joseph University women's basketball player with an inoperable brain tumor, was named MVP of the BW Invitational tournament after scoring a basket in Friday's game against Bethany College. Lauren also had her jersey retired by her old Lawrenceburg (IN) High School on Saturday.

7:45 PM: UCLA announced it is retiring the #42 from all its sports teams in honor of Jackie Robinson, who played for the Bruins in baseball, basketball, football & track.

7:30 PM: 17-year-old New Zealand golfer Lydia Ko earned a $1 million bonus from the LPGA for winning the CME Group Tour Championship in Naples, Florida on Sunday.

7:15 PM: Tom Brady's wife Gisele Bundchen posted an Instagram photo of the couple's 1-year-old daughter Vivian watching Tom play during Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions.

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