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2:30 PM: Roger Federer defeated Richard Gasquet 6-4, 6-2, 6-2 on Sunday to give Switzerland its first Davis Cup title.

2:15 PM: A 45-year-old man hunting geese with his father in West Windsor, New Jersey died after accidentally shooting himself in the head & neck Saturday afternoon.

2:00 PM: After being released by the Pittsburgh Steelers for leaving last Monday's game early, LeGarrette Blount ran for a TD Sunday in his first game back with the New England Patriots.

1:45 PM: Free tickets that were given out for Monday's Bills-Jets game in Detroit are being sold on eBay for up to $100.

1:30 PM: The Minnesota Vikings note that they've made the Green Bay Packers punt twice in the first half of Sunday's game, when the Packers only punted twice in the first half over their last four games combined.

1:15 PM: Dunbar (DC) High School track coach Charles Allen Young was arrested Friday on charges of sexually abusing at least three students.

1:00 PM: Indianapolis Colts receiver T.Y. Hilton became a new father Sunday morning with the birth of daughter Eugenia Emma Hilton.

12:45 PM: With Saturday's 30-0 victory against Ole Miss & last week's 17-0 win against LSU, Arkansas became the first unranked team to shut out two straight ranked opponents since 1942.

12:30 PM: Boise State's 63-14 victory Saturday marked the most points Wyoming has given up in a home game since 1915.

12:15 PM: Louisville became the 13th team to beat Notre Dame in its first football meeting with the Irish in Saturday's 31-28 victory.

12:00 PM: Former NBA player Rashad McCants has signed a deal to play in Lebanon for Homenetmen Beirut.

8:00 PM: Winter Springs (Florida) High School track & cross country coach Ocky Clark has begun a 260-mile walk to Tallahassee to help raise funds for a new fieldhouse & track at his school. Clark's walk was inspired by his grandfather, who once walked in the opposite direction in 1917 looking for work.

7:45 PM: TNT NBA reporter Craig Sager, who was diagnosed with leukemia in April, appeared in a videotaped message during TruTV's coverage of the Coaches vs. Cancer basketball tournament.

7:30 PM: Lauren Hill, the Mount St. Joseph University women's basketball player with terminal brain cancer, scored in her second college game with a jumper against Bethany College at the Baldwin Wallace Invitational Friday night.

7:15 PM: Paid attendance for Saturday's 150th meeting between Lafayette & Lehigh at Yankee Stadium was 48,256, a sellout & the second-largest college football crowd at the new ballpark. The Leopards defeated the Mountain Hawks 27-7.

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