SbB LIVE FROM LA (Sep 17, 2014 @ 11:42pm ET)
9:00 PM: A Tuesday night football game between Norwood Middle School & Grace Christian Academy in Oliver Springs, Tennessee featured many tributes to Mikey Carter, a 13-year-old Norwood player who is in hospice care with terminal cancer.
8:45 PM: The mayor of Changwon, South Korea had eggs thrown at him by an assemblyman during a city meeting to discuss the relocation of a baseball stadium.
8:30 PM: Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh texted congrats to Buck Showalter after the Orioles clinched the AL East title Tuesday night.
8:15 PM: Texas Longhorns football coach Charlie Strong announced on Wednesday that QB David Ash is quitting the sport due to the concussions he has suffered.
8:00 PM: The Miami Marlins announced on Wednesday that Giancarlo Stanton is out for the rest of the season after being hit in the face by a pitch during last Thursday's game against the Milwaukee Brewers.
7:45 PM: An Indianapolis man was arrested on animal cruelty charges for killing a neighbor's cat with several blow darts.
7:30 PM: Former Fairfield (Illinois) High School cross country coach Timothy Going pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges of secretly videotaping girls in the school's locker room & in hotel bathrooms during trips.
7:15 PM: The Arizona Republic reports Arizona Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer was arrested on aggravated assault charges on Wednesday.
7:00 PM: Attorney Gloria Allred held a press conference Wednesday criticizing the NFL & Roger Goodell for their handling of domestic violence incidents involving Chicago Bears receiver Brandon Marshall.
6:45 PM: San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick said he would appeal his $11,025 from the NFL for allegedly using "inappropriate language" during Sunday's game against the Chicago Bears.
6:30 PM: A Memphis Fairley High School player manage who got into an argument with an assistant coach left practice Tuesday but returned waving a handgun. The handgun turned out to be a toy and the coach declined to press charges.
6:15 PM: Video of Kentucky football coach Mark Stoops & some of his Wildcats players taking part in the Whipped Cream Challenge to raise awareness for pediatric cancer research.
6:00 PM: With the Boston Red Sox visiting Baltimore, Fenway Park will be hosting "Shakespeare at Fenway" on Friday with numerous actors peforming various scenes from William Shakespeare's plays.
5:45 PM: From The Onion: "Fantasy Team's Performance Only Thing Man Holding Himself Accountable For"
5:30 PM: Ana Ivanovic defeated Victoria Azarenka 6-3, 6-4 on Wednesday to advance to the quarterfinals of the Pan-Pacific Open in Tokyo. It was Ivanvovic's first victory over Azarenka since 2010.