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12:30 PM: Louisville basketball player Montrezl Harrell has been suspended one game by the ACC after throwing a punch at Western Kentucky player Avery Patterson during Saturday's game.

12:15 PM: Former Texas Longhorns & NFL running back Cedric Benson was arrested on public intoxication charges after arguing with a woman in a cab in Austin early Saturday morning.

12:00 PM: Oakland Raiders right tackle Menelik Watson donated his Sunday $36,944 game check to the family of Ava Urrea, a four-year-old girl who suffers from hypoplastic left heart syndrome and has already undergone 14 surgeries in her life.

11:45 AM: New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick won his 230th career game Sunday, moving past Curly Lambeau to fourth place on the NFL all-time list. The top three: Don Shula (347), George Halas (324) & Tom Landry (270).

11:30 AM: Former Clemson QB Chad Kelly, nephew of former Buffalo Bills QB Jim Kelly, was arrested on multiple charges for punching a bouncer at a Buffalo bar & fighting with police early Sunday morning. Chad reportedly told the bar bouncers he was going to "get my AK-47 and spray this place".

11:15 AM: Following Sunday's 37-35 victory over the Minnesota Vikings, Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross said that coach Joe Philbin will return next season for the final year of his current contract.

11:00 AM: Detroit Lions RB Joique Bell did not want to discuss why he was suspended from the first quarter of Sunday's win over the Chicago Bears: "I don't think (coach Jim Caldwell) wants me to disclose what's wrong. But I came back and I played so whatever it was I played through it."

10:45 AM: Tampa Bay Buccaneers safety Dashon Goldson said about all the Green Bay Packers fans at Raymond James Stadium for Sunday's game: "(To) take over our stadium, it was kind of surprising to me. I've never seen it like that."

10:30 AM: A groom in Wharton, Pennsylvania being filmed for the TLC reality series My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding was arrested on disorderly conduct charges Saturday for throwing glasses & trying to provoke a fight.

10:15 AM: Minnesota State football coach Todd Hoffner, who returned after a two-year absence after being cleared of child pornography charges, said after losing in Saturday's NCAA Division II title game: "It's tough today. But I am grateful, blessed, happy to be doing what I'm doing, helping our guys to become better athletes, better students and better men."

10:00 AM: Cam Newton didn't like Carolina Panthers fans cheering when Johnny Manziel got injured during Sunday's game: "You don't celebrate when a guy's hurt. It's classless. It takes the integrity out of the game. For the crowd to respond in that type of way, man, we're better than that. That's not who we are."

8:00 PM: Skier Lindsey Vonn tweeted after winning a Super-G race in France on Saturday but crashing on Sunday: "Well today did not turn out as I had hoped but I'm heading home with one victory, a very cute cow, a huge smile! Happy holidays everyone! :)"

7:45 PM: For Tuesday's Boca Raton Bowl game against Northern Illinois, Marshall will wear special football helmet stickers in honor of school president Stephen Kopp, who died Wednesday from a heart attack. The Thundering Herd will also wear #10 helmet stickers in honor of former Marshall QB Chad Pennington who was inducted into the school's athletic hall of fame.

7:30 PM: Houston Texans QB Case Keenum said his post-game locker room speech after Sunday's win against the Baltimore Ravens was "tough", adding: "Arian (Foster) said he'd punch me if I cried."

7:15 PM: The Chicago Blackhawks announced on Sunday that assistant equipment manager Clint Reif passed away and the team will hold a moment of silence before Sunday night's game against the Toronto Maple Leafs.

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