SbB LIVE FROM LA (Aug 20, 2014 @ 6:30pm ET)
7:30 PM: The Penn State-Central Florida football game scheduled for August 30 in Dublin, Ireland could be in jeopardy due to a possibly erupting volcano in Iceland. An Icelandic volcano eruption in 2010 caused the cancellation of over 100,000 flights in Europe.
7:15 PM: Boise State announced it took down a YouTube video of the Broncos' football team training with a SWAT team "out of respect to the current situation in Ferguson, Missouri".
7:00 PM: Recently retired NFL tight end Tony Gonzalez tells Newsday that he predicts the Denver Broncos will go undefeated this season & beat Seattle in a Super Bowl rematch.
6:45 PM: NASCAR driver Tony Stewart will not compete in Saturday's Irwin Tools Night Race at Bristol Speedway in Tennessee. It will be Stewart's third straight missed race since being involved in an in-race accident that killed driver Kevin Ward Jr.
6:30 PM: The Cleveland Indians announced Wednesday that Nick Swisher is undergoing season-ending surgery on both knees and will need 8-10 weeks to recover.
6:15 PM: Pine Valley High School in South Dayton, New York has canceled its 2014 varsity football season due to a lack of junior & senior players on the team.
6:00 PM: Doctors announced on Wednesday that former Buffalo Bills QB Jim Kelly has no evidence of sinus cancer after completing treatment three months earlier.
5:45 PM: Washington announced on Wednesday that Wisconsin canceled their future home & home football series while the Huskies agreed to two new future series against Michigan & BYU.
5:30 PM: When asked if the NFL's new emphasis on penalizing illegal contact was helping receivers, Miami Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace replied: "Not on our team. We don't get those calls."
5:15 PM: Portland Trail Blazers owner Paul Allen has donated $500,000 to campaign that would require background checks on all gun purchases & transfers in Washington state.
5:00 PM: The San Francisco Giants filed a formal protest to MLB over Tuesday's rain-shortened 2-0 loss to the Chicago Cubs, claiming the Wrigley Field grounds crew did not properly follow the umpires' instructions of rolling out the tarp.
4:45 PM: U.S. Olympic wrestler Dremiel Byers was charged with hunting out of season and illegally possessing wildlife after he was spotted deer hunting with a bow & arrow near a Lexus dealership lot in Colorado Springs last Thursday.
4:30 PM: Video of 99-year-old Ida Keeling setting a new world record in her age group by completing a 100-meter dash in 59.8 seconds at the Gay Games in Cleveland.
4:15 PM: Mike Ozanian of Forbes magazine reports that NFL franchises now have an average worth of $1.43 billion, with the Dallas Cowboys topping the league at $3.2 billion.
4:00 PM: The Guardian reports that despite fan anger, the Glazer family plans to maintain ownership of Manchester United for at least the next five years.