1:45 PM: North Carolina basketball coach Roy Williams said on Friday he was "dumbfounded" by Wednesday's released report of the Tar Heels' academic fraud scandal in which over 3,000 student-athletes were given good grades in phony classes.
1:30 PM: A high school football game at Atlanta's Lakewood Stadium was called off Friday night after a shooting took place in the stadium parking lot. One 17-year-old suspect was shot in the arm by an off-duty police officer and arrested.
1:00 PM: Serena Williams defeated Caroline Wozniacki 2-6, 6-3, 7-6 (6) on Saturday to advance to the WTA Finals championship match. Williams will face Simona Halep, who defeated Agnieszka Radwanska 6-2, 6-2.
12:45 PM: Tennessee Titans running back Shonn Greene was arrested Friday night after trying to flee from police when he was caught parked in a handicapped spot.
12:30 PM: The Edmond Sun reports former Oklahoma State basketball player Jameson Curry was pulled over early Monday morning for driving without his tail lights on, and was arrested on marijuana & weapon possession charges.
12:15 PM: The Louisville Courier-Journal profiles the friendship between Kentucky QB Patrick Towles and Brady Walz, nephew of Louisville women's basketball coach Jeff Walz, who is battling leukemia. Jeff said about Brady: "Two universities are helping him fight this battle."
12:00 PM: Attorneys for two Lincoln Stars hockey players accused of making a sex video with a 15-year-old girl have requested to have the charges dismissed, with the attorneys calling the girl a "sexual predator" who tried to take advantage of the players.
8:45 PM: Former Philadelphia 76ers owner Pat Croce is auctioning off his Villanova, Pennsylvania mansion on Saturday. The 10,000-square-foot home includes a 10-car garage and a private library.
8:30 PM: Former Phoenix Coyotes player Paul Bissonnette has signed with the Cardiff Devils of the UK's Elite Ice Hockey League. Bissonnette played 11 games with the Devils during the 2012 NHL lockout.
8:00 PM: Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins & White Sox first baseman Paul Konerko were named co-winners of this year's Roberto Clemente Award, the first time two winners were chosen for the same MLB award.
7:45 PM: PGA of America president Ted Bishop was removed from office Friday following Bishop's remarks of calling Ian Poulter a "Li'l girl". Bishop made the remarks after Poulter criticized Nick Faldo in Poulter's new book.
7:30 PM: Central Michigan University receiver Eric Cooper pleaded not guilty Friday to charges of stealing a woman's cell phone & trying to re-sell it on Twitter.
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