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9:00 PM: FirstWeFeast.com profiles Pinups & Pints, a newly opened combination strip club & microbrewery in Medway, Ohio.

8:45 PM: San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili tweeted on Friday a photo of himself with his new statue recently erected in Buenos Aires.

8:30 PM: The Orlando Sentinel reports that public high school teams in Orange County, Florida will no longer be allowed to have chaplains lead teams in pre-game prayers .

8:15 PM: The Miami Herald will not cover Florida International's home football game Saturday against Bethune-Cookman after FIU denied a press credential to Herald beat writer David J. Neal.

8:00 PM: For Saturday's game against Clemson, Georgia will wear a special helmet decal in honor of Dan Magill, the Bulldogs' former sports information director who died last Saturday at the age of 93.

7:45 PM: NJ.com reports Rich McGuinness, president of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl high school football all-star game, is stepping down from his position.

7:30 PM: Former College of Charleston & NBA player Anthony Johnson withdrew his name from consideration for the Cougars' head coaching job after school officials learned he pleaded no contest to domestic violence charges in 2011.

7:15 PM: The lawyer for Oklahoma linebacker Frank Shannon said that the school "failed" her client and was making him a "scapegoat". Shannon was suspended for one year in June as he was being investigated for sexual assault.

7:00 PM: In an interview with the Associated Press, Shelly Sterling said about her husband Donald having mistresses: "I can't say if I was blind to it or I didn't know to ask. I was raising my three kids, and I was very involved in taking care of the buildings .... Maybe I didn't want to realize it."

6:45 PM: Lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev filed a motion Friday to move the start date of their client's trial to September 2015 and to have the trial venue changed.

6:30 PM: Batlimore Ravens receiver Torrey Smith tweeted Friday about NFL teams trimming their rosters: "Good luck to everyone in the NFL fighting to live their dream...these are the toughest days but it isn't the end."

6:15 PM: From The Onion: "Doctors Optimistic (St. Louis Rams QB) Sam Bradford 2 Months Away From Beginning Work On Broadcasting Career"

6:00 PM: The Jackie Robinson West Little League team will be honored by the Chicago Cubs on Monday & will sing during the 7th inning stretch at Wrigley Field.

5:45 PM: A 24-year-old Davenport, Iowa man was arrested on charges of sexually assaulting two people at the Special Olympics that were held in Ames in May.

5:30 PM: The LAPD announced Friday it was investigating whether USC cornerback Josh Shaw was involved in a domestic violence incident last weekend. Shaw admitted to making up a story about suffering an ankle injury while trying to save his nephew from drowning.

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