8:30 PM: After denying him press credentials for last Saturday's football game against Bethune-Cookman, Florida International said on Tuesday it has provided credentials for Miami Herald beat writer David J. Neal for the rest of the season.
8:00 PM: Former BYU & Arizona Cardinals QB Max Hall was arrested on shoplifting & cocaine possession charges in Gilbert, Arizona on Saturday. Hall was accused of stealing items from a Best Buy when police discovered cocaine in his backpack.
7:45 PM: Victor Valley (California) College baseball coach Jesus Beltran was arrested last week on embezzlement & grand theft charges over the alleged misuse of a school credit card.
7:30 PM: John Canzano of the Oregonian reports a Pac-12 Conference official was upset with Oregon State for showing replays of controversial calls on the Reser Stadium scoreboard during Saturday's game against Portland State.
7:15 PM: NFL.com's Albert Breer reports Denver Broncos receiver Wes Welker has been suspended four games by the NFL for violating the league's PED policy. Welker reportedly tested positive for amphetamines.
6:15 PM: The Telegraph reports that Ryder Cup officials want to ban people from posting online photos & videos from the event that will be held at Gleneagles in Scotland later this month.
6:00 PM: After Victoria Azarenka sang "Happy Birthday" to him following her match, Gael Monfils defeated Maria Sharapova's boyfriend Grigor Dimitrov 7-5, 7-6, 7-5 to advance to the U.S. Open quarterfinals.
5:45 PM: The Idaho Statesman reports Boise State has sold less than 28,000 tickets for Saturday's home football opener against Colorado State, which would be the Broncos' smallest home crowd since Chris Petersen's first game as coach in 2006.
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