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9:00 PM: San Antonio Spurs guard Marco Belinelli will be serving as a judge at next month's Miss Italy beauty contest.

8:45 PM: South Carolina football coach Steve Spurrier is scheduled to be at Durham this weekend to help celebrate the 25th anniversary of Duke's 1989 ACC football title.

8:30 PM: WNDU reports Notre Dame defensive back Eliar Hardy has become the fifth Irish football player suspended over an academic fraud investigation.

8:15 PM: San Francisco Giants pitcher Yusmeiro Petit set a new MLB record by retiring 46 consecutive batters during Thursday's 4-1 win over the Colorado Rockies.

8:00 PM: This season the USC football team will be wearing a "Z" helmet decal in honor of Louis Zamperini, a former Trojans track star, 1936 Olympian & World War II veteran who died last month at the age of 97.

7:45 PM: Michigan basketball coach John Beilein was presented Thursday with an award from the NCAA Committee on Sportsmanship and Ethical Conduct.

7:30 PM: NASCAR driver Tony Stewart will return to the track this weekend in Atlanta, his first race back since Kevin Ward Jr. was struck & killed at a New York track earlier this month.

7:15 PM: University of North Dakota goalie Zane Gothberg legally changed his name to Zane McIntyre in honor of his remarried mother & late grandmother.

7:00 PM: Virginia Tech football coach Frank Beamer on Wednesday signed a two-year contract extension through the 2018 season, and will be receiving $150,000 from Nike this year through its uniform deal with the Hokies.

6:45 PM: The Antelope Valley Times reports that officials in Lancaster, California want to close down the city's Metrolink train station on claims that homeless people are being shipped in from downtown Los Angeles.

6:30 PM: A developer in Troutdale, Oregon is hoping to turn a former wastewater treatment site into a hotel & convention center that caters to cyclists. But the site must also be cleared of thousands of buried sheep carcasses.

6:15 PM: Houston Texans running back Arian Fosters says that local reporters ask him "mundane questions" so he gives "mundane answers".

6:00 PM: From The Onion: "Vikings Intrigued By Matt Cassel's Ability To Get The F*** Out Of Adrian Peterson's Way"

5:45 PM: A second person was arrested Thursday in the shooting death of Southern Arkansas University receiver Brandon Hobdy outside a VFW hall early Sunday.

5:30 PM: David Culver of WRC-TV reports Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe recently met with Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder about possibly building a new Redskins stadium in Virginia.

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