8:15 PM: Charles Barkley has offered to pay for the funeral of three young children who were killed when they were struck by a carjacked SUV that had plowed into their fruit stand in Philadelphia last Friday.
8:00 PM: The Oklahoman reports East Central University will pay $15,000 in a settlement to a former women's soccer player. Traebiyana Dimanche claimed she was kicked off the team as retaliation for complaining about racial discrimination.
7:45 PM: Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh said on Wednesday he "loved" the Ray Rice has been handling his two-game suspension: "And for anybody out there who's going to misconstrue that and just write, 'John Harbaugh is proud of Ray,' then shame on you."
7:30 PM: Penn State offensive line coach Herb Hand tweeted on Wednesday that the team dropped a potential recruit "due to his social media presence": "Actually glad I got to see the 'real' person before we offered him."
6:15 PM: A witness testified in court Wednesday that soccer player Bassel Abdul-Amir Saad tried to leave the scene after fatally punching a referee during a June 29 game in Livonia, Michigan.
5:45 PM: UFC fighter Ronda Rousey tells AdWeek that she'd like to keep her sponsorship deals to a minimum: "You give yourself more value if you don't walk out looking like a race car covered in ads. I like to think my sponsors are valued more because it's more clean looking."
5:30 PM: WDRB reports that police are treating the death of University of Louisville cheerleader Danielle Cogswell as a "suspected overdose". Cogswell was found dead in her off-campus apartment Monday morning.
5:15 PM: Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett hosted a rally at a minor league soccer stadium in Pittsburgh Wednesday to oppose stricter EPA regulations on coal-burning power plants.
4:45 PM: FOX Sports reporter Jay Glazer tweeted Tuesday that Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Terence Newman invited a homeless man to join the duo for lunch: "We buy him lunch and then yes, T New starts eating the poor guy's fries"
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