SbB LIVE FROM LA (Mar 7, 2014 @ 12:04pm ET)
1:00 PM: Major League Soccer has locked out its referees a day before the season starts and will use replacement officials instead.
12:45 PM: The Tallahassee Democrat reports Florida State football players Ira Denson & Mario Pender were involved in a shooting last December that began with Denson using Pender's missing debit card.
12:30 PM: While serving as a guest host on NFL Network's "NFL AM", Indianapolis Colts kicker Pat McAfee announced on Friday that he's agreed to a new five-year deal.
12:15 PM: Washington Redskins QB & Baylor alum Robert Griffin III models the Bears' new basketball jerseys while showing off his new afro.
12:00 PM: Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick signed a bill on Friday making it illegal to take photographs under a woman's skirt or dress.
11:45 AM: The Philadelphia Inquirer's Matt Gelb notes that for today's Phillies vs. Orioles spring training game, both teams will use a pitcher named Miguel Gonzalez.
11:30 AM: The Hollywood Reporter reports that after their scheduled Oscars appearance was scratched, "Spider-Man" actor Andrew Garfield & 5-year-old "Batkid" cancer patient Miles Scott spent the day at Disneyland on Monday.
11:15 AM: Colorado Avalanche rookie Nathan MacKinnon earned a point in his 13th straight game Thursday night, breaking Wayne Gretzky's NHL record for 18-year-old players.
11:00 AM: Villanova defeated Xavier 77-70 Thursday night to earn their first Big East regular season title since 1981-82.
10:45 AM: Chadron State (Nebraska) defensive back Tre' M. Brown was arrested on sexual assault charges Tuesday.
10:30 AM: New Orleans Saints receiver Lance Moore tweets that he is no longer with the club: "Thank you New Orleans for an amazing nine years. Who Dat Nation, the best on earth!!!"
10:15 AM: Vanderbilt defensive line coach Vavae Tata will not coach the Commodores in 2014 after pleading guilty to DUI charges.
10:00 AM: The L.A. Lakers suffered their worst loss in franchise history while the Clippers marked the largest margin of victory in their franchise history in Thursday's 142-94 game.
9:00 PM: WFAA news anchor Gloria Campos on Wednesday received a surprise on-camera visit from Ke'onte Cook, a now 14-year-old that Campos helped get adopted in 2009.
8:45 PM: The Milwaukee Brewers will be holding a "Pet Adoption Day" in conjunction with the Arizona Humane Society for Saturday's spring training game against the Kansas City Royals. The event will also feature an appearance by Hank, the stray dog the team adopted.