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6:00 PM: A mug shot of Donovan McNabb released Thursday by the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Police Department was for a DUI arrest in December. McNabb already served his one-day jail sentence after having nine other days suspended.

5:45 PM: Seattle Mariners Triple-A first baseman Ji-Man Choi has received a 50-game suspension after testing positive for the PED methandienone.

5:30 PM: The Tulsa World reports Missouri basketball coach Frank Haith is expected to be named the new head coach of the Tulsa Golden Hurricane.

5:15 PM: Patrick McCaffery, the 14-year-old son of Iowa basketball coach Fran McCaffery is undergoing surgery on Thursday to determine if radioactive iodine is necessary to treat his thyroid cancer.

5:00 PM: A Minnesota State official called a meeting Thursday between reinstated football coach Todd Hoffner & players who want Aaron Keen to remain as coach. MSU players refused to practice on Wednesday in a show of support toward Keen.

4:45 PM: U.S. Olympic "Miracle On Ice" hockey team member Mark Pavelich is auctioning off his 1980 gold medal. Online bidding begins on April 25 with a starting price of $62,500.

4:30 PM: Cleveland Cavaliers player Kyrie Irving said he would be "happy" if coach Mike Brown returns next season: "Being under Coach Brown, he's a constant teacher, and I needed that as a person and a player. I'm truly appreciative of that because it's only going to make me better in the long run."

4:15 PM: The University of Louisville has agreed to a five-year, $40 million apparel contract extension with Adidas. Only Notre Dame & Michigan will be earning more money from Adidas than the Cardinals.

4:00 PM: 46-year-old Richard Cory Barker has been sentenced to 18 years in prison after pleading guilty to theft charges. Barker would break into lockers at Phoenix-area health clubs & steal people's car keys, then steal the cars themselves & re-sell them on Craigslist.

3:45 PM: Former Tennessee basketball coach Cuonzo Martin said on Thursday that his departure for California had nothing to do with an online petition calling for his firing & calling for the re-hiring of Bruce Pearl: "That didn't phase me one bit. It didn't."

3:30 PM: Wisconsin-Green Bay basketball coach Brian Wardle, who had been accused of mental and verbal abuse by a former player, agreed to a new five-year contract on Thursday.

3:15 PM: Chris Johnson says an ESPN report that the New York Jets have concerns about arthritis in the RB's knee is "not accurate": "If the Jets had any concerns, pretty sure I wouldn't have passed the physical."

3:00 PM: The Freedom From Religion Foundation has sent a letter of complaint to Clemson University saying the football program is forcing players to attend church & other religious activities.

2:45 PM: The Atlanta Braves announced that only off-duty officers that have jurisdiction at Turner Field will be allowed to carry guns at the stadium.

2:30 PM: Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Tandon Doss was arrested on disorderly conduct charges in Indianapolis Wednesday afternoon. But police say they do not plan to file charges against Doss.

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