4:15 PM: During Thursday's testimony for Darren Sharper's rape charges, an FBI agent said that NFL players at a Las Vegas convention had prepared spiked drinks to give to women which they referred to as "the potion" and "horny juice".
3:30 PM: Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps was given a one-year suspended sentence and no jail time after pleading guilty to DUI charges on Friday. Phelps was also given 18 months probation during which he cannot drink any alcohol.
3:15 PM: The states of Nebraska & Oklahoma are suing the state of Colorado over its legalization of medical marijuana. Colorado Attorney General John Suthers says the lawsuit is "without merit".
3:00 PM: The B.C. Lions on Friday officially announced Jeff Tedford as their new head coach. The former Cal head coach had played QB for four different CFL teams and was on the Calgary Stampeders coaching staff of current Lions general manager Wally Buono.
2:45 PM: The Gainesville Sun reports Florida QB Treon Harris and defensive backs Jalen Tabor & J.C. Jackson were pulled over Saturday with bags of marijuana in the car. The players weren't charged with possession because the car wasn't theirs, but Harris is facing charges of driving without a license.
2:30 PM: The Buffalo Bills announce that running back C.J. Spiller has been activated off the injured reserve list. Spiller suffered a collarbone injury during the Bills' 17-16 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on October 19.
2:15 PM: Robert Parks, a cheerleading coach at a Salem, Oregon, gym, was arrested on charges of sexting & sending nude photos of himself to a 14-year-old girl.
1:30 PM: Robin Leach of the Las Vegas Sun reports the inaugural game of Vince Neil's Las Vegas Outlaws Arena Football team against the L.A. KISS next March may feature mini-concerts by Motley Crue & KISS before & during the game.
1:00 PM: Phillies second baseman Chase Utley released a statement on Jimmy Rollins joining the Dodgers: "The Dodgers are very lucky to acquire a player like Jimmy. I've said it time and time again that Jimmy makes everyone around him better."
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