SbB LIVE FROM LA (Nov 26, 2014 @ 1:28pm ET)
1:15 PM: Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still released a statement in response to a report that he hasn't paid child support to the mother of his four-year-old daughter Leah.
1:00 PM: Friday marks the 72nd anniversary of the Cocoanut Grove fire in which 492 people died at the Boston restaurant. The Boston College football team was to attend a party at the restaurant, but canceled it after losing to Holy Cross earlier that day.
12:45 PM: Maryland Jockey Club president & CEO Tom Chuckas has resigned from his position. Chuckas had been calling for the dates of the Triple Crown horse races to be spread farther apart to give horses a better chance at winning the Triple Crown.
12:30 PM: An 11-year-old boy & a landowner in Oneida, Wisconsin who both claimed to have shot the same deer flipped a coin to decide who got to keep the animal. The boy called heads & the coin landed on tails.
12:15 PM: The Detroit Red Wings have asked the Detroit city council to delay their rezoning vote for the site of the Red Wings' proposed new arena & entertainment complex.
12:00 PM: Former Florida & NFL QB Tim Tebow said he was surprised to learn that he was chosen by People magazine as one of their "Sexiest Men Alive" for 2014.
11:45 AM: FIBA has suspended Japan from Olympic & international competition after the Japan Basketball Association failed to merge the country's two basketball leagues.
11:30 AM: About 193 sea turtles who were rescued from Cape Cod Bay were flown to Orlando Tuesday evening to be treated at Sea World & other aquariums in Florida.
11:15 AM: A New Jersey lawmaker is proposing legislation to ban stores in the state from opening before 9 p.m. on Thanksgiving day.
11:00 AM: The Cleveland Scene reports the WWE is interested in having Browns QB Johnny Manziel do an appearance at their December 14 TLC pay per view at the Quicken Loans Arena.
10:45 AM: New York Jets QB Geno Smith will get the start over Michael Vick for next Monday's game against the Miami Dolphins.
10:30 AM: The Washington Redskins reportedly plan to start Colt McCoy at QB over Robert Griffin III for next Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts.
10:15 AM: After losing a World Series bet, Kansas City Symphony director Michael Stern conducted a performance of John Phillip Sousa's "The National Game" while wearing a Hunter Pence San Francisco Giants jersey.
10:00 AM: In an article for the St. Paul Pioneer Press, former Minnesota Vikings QB Fran Tarkenton blames his shoulder problems on the misuse of pain medication.
8:30 PM: Romania Insider reports that Simona Halep will play in an exhibition tennis match against newly elected Romanian president Klaus Iohannis sometime next year.