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5:00 PM: During Monday's Big Ten Media Day, Michigan defensive end Frank Clark said about the team's last visit to Notre Dame: "I've never seen so many middle fingers. I thought that was a Christian school."

4:45 PM: Two LSU freshman defensive lineman were arrested on misdemeanor charges last week: Trey Lealaimatafao for stealing a bike outside the school's library, and Davon Godchaux for throwing firecrackers into a campus apartment.

4:30 PM: The NCAA announced a new rule where football teams that are wearing jerseys with "non-contrasting" uniform numbers will be charged one time out per quarter.

4:15 PM: Norman police said on Monday that Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon has not yet been issued an arrest warrant after he allegedly punched a 20-year-old woman in the face at a restaurant last Friday.

4:00 PM: After teasing him at practice Sunday, Bernard Pollard said about LSU alum & Tennessee Titans teammate Zach Mettenberger being punched by an Alabama fan at a Nashville bar: "If we see that sucker who punched him, it's on. We are always going to have out brother's back."

3:45 PM: Chicago Bulls player Joakim Noah says he's "happy" for LeBron James' return to the Cleveland Cavaliers: "He gets to go home. People are happy over there. But I really hope that we can kick his ass as many times as possible."

3:30 PM: While it's traditional for Green Bay Packers players to ride children's bikes for their first days of practice, running back DuJuan Harris decides to carry a young girl's bike and walk with her to the team's practice field.

3:15 PM: Maryland announces that its home arena formerly known as the Comcast Center has been renamed the XFINITY Center.

3:00 PM: A Spanish judge has rejected calls to leave Lionel Messi out of court proceedings in tax fraud & money laundering charges against Messi's father Jorge.

2:45 PM: A Pawcatuck, Connecticut man was arrested on animal cruelty charges last Friday for shooting someone else's pet turtle in the head with a BB gun.

2:30 PM: In a recent interview with Yahoo Sports, Duke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski said about his future: "I do not see an end of my road in my college coaching."

2:15 PM: Illinois offensive lineman Simon Cvijanovic said about his team during Monday's Big Ten Media Day: "We're hungry. We're angry to win. we're pissed off."

2:00 PM: After being designated for assignment last week, outfielder Tony Gwynn Jr. was officially released by the Phillies on Monday.

1:45 PM: WEEI radio announced Friday that host Kirk Minihane would be suspended for a week without pay for his disparaging comments about Erin Andrews. MInihane's suspension came after Fox Sports said it would pull all advertising from WEEI & other Entercom-owned stations.

1:30 PM: Former University of Georgia sprinter Torrin Lawrence died in a car accident near Cordele, Georgia early Monday morning. Lawrence had set new SEC & NCAA track records before graduating in 2013.

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