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2:15 PM: Wisconsin-Whitewater football coach Lance Leipold finished his career with the Warhawks with the same number of national titles as career losses (6) in Friday's 43-34 victory over Mount Union. Leipold is leaving to become the new coach of the Buffalo Bulls.

2:00 PM: Former Penn State football assistant & convicted child sex abuser Jerry Sandusky was denied the restoration of his $4,900-a-month state pension by the Pennsylvania State Employees' Retirement Board on Friday. Sandusky's lawyer Chuck Benjamin says he will appeal the Board's decision.

1:45 PM: In its seventh year of the program's existence, Colorado State-Pueblo defeated Minnesota State-Mankato 13-0 on Saturday to win the 2014 NCAA Division II football national championship.

1:30 PM: South Alabama football coach Joey Jones suffered a bloody cut on his nose after he was kicked in the face by Jaguars tight end Ryan Onkaa during Saturday's Camellia Bowl against Bowling Green.

1:15 PM: The family of Muhammad Ali said the 72-year-old former boxer was admitted to a undisclosed hospital on Saturday with a "mild" case of pneumonia.

1:00 PM: New York Jets defensive end Sheldon Richardson said about fans who plan on protesting at Sunday's home finale against the New England Patriots: "I don't call them fans, won't call them fans. I don't have anything to say about them."

12:45 PM: UTEP cheerleading coach David Vasquez missed the Miners' New Mexico Bowl game on Saturday after being arrested on DWI charges in Albuquerque Thursday night.

12:30 PM: Washington Redskins receiver DeSean Jackson said in theFedEx Field tunnels after beating his old Philadelphia Eagles team Saturday: "Get the f***ing Birds out of here!"

12:15 PM: A 20-year-old man was struck & killed while crossing a highway near the Izod Center after leaving Thursday's Duke-UConn basketball game.

12:00 PM: A Virginia high school basketball game between Martinsville & George Washington ended five minutes early Friday night after fans rushed onto the floor in an all-out brawl. After the court was cleared George Washington was awarded a forfeit victory.

8:00 PM: Jessie Roach, a 31-year-old mentally disabled Milwaukee man who did not receive his promised $50 and a medal for fighting in an unsanctioned kickboxing bout at a Harley Davidson dealership, was sent money & medals from strangers who saw his story.

7:45 PM: On his final show Thursday Stephen Colbert gave a shout-out to Stephen Colbeagle The Eagle, mascot of the Saginaw Spirit Ontario Hockey League team that was named after him in 2006: "I don't remember (Walter) Cronkite ever having a mascot."

7:30 PM: Central Michigan freshman football player Derrick Nash, who has not played this season due to his battle with leukemia, has been named the Chippewas' honorary captain for their December 24 Bahamas Bowl game against Western Kentucky.

7:15 PM: After hearing UAB was dropping football over financial issues, five-year-old Bennett Williams sent the Blazers his $1 allowance with a note: "I love Ohio State, but I think you should have football too. Here is one dollar to help!"

7:00 PM: Longtime Dodgers announcer Vin Scully said he lost his 1988 World Series ring while shopping with his wife, but found it again in a bag of ribs they brought home.

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