4:30 PM: While being interviewed at a rugby match in Belfast on Friday, golfer Rory McIlroy was treated to the stadium's P.A. system playing the song "Sweet Caroline". McIlroy had called off his engagement to tennis player Caroline Wozniacki last May.
4:15 PM: The BBC profiles Shakhtar Donetsk, a Ukrainian soccer club that reached the UEFA Champions League round of 16 despite having to flee their home arena after attacks by pro-Russian forces.
4:00 PM: Minnesota Twins owners the Pohlad family has completed a $70 million deal to buy the Polaroid camera company.
3:45 PM: Indiana Hoosiers basketball player Devin Davis was practicing on a court Wednesday for the first time since suffering a serious head injury on November 1 after being hit by a car driven by teammate Emmitt Holt
3:30 PM: Ole Miss football coach Hugh Freeze said about last weekend's arrest of QB commit Chad Kelly: "He knows a mistake in being in the wrong place and I think is remorseful for that. But I got to deal with what is best for the team first, and then try to do what is best for the young man."
3:15 PM: San Diego State basketball player Dwayne Polee II returned to practice Friday for the first time since collapsing during a game Monday against UC Riverside. Aztecs coach Steve Fisher said it might be "weeks" before Polee is cleared to play again.
3:00 PM: WISN reports former Saved By The Bell actor Dustin "Screech" Diamond was arrested for stabbing another man at a bar in Port Washington, Wisconsin Thursday night. Diamond said other men at the bar were harassing his fiancee Amanda Schutz.
2:45 PM: Cleveland Browns receiver Josh Gordon has been suspended from Sunday's season finale against the Baltimore Ravens for allegedly missing Saturday's practice.
2:30 PM: LeBron James said he was "absolutely fired up" by trash-taking from Tobias Harris in leading the Cleveland Cavaliers to an 89-81 victory over the Orlando Magic on Friday: "I was actually in chill mode tonight but chill mode was deactivated after that."
2:00 PM: Indianapolis Colts receiver Reggie Wayne said about a players-only meeting held after Sunday's 42-7 loss to the Dallas Cowboys: "We had a chance to meet as a team and really put our priorities in place, really find out who was all-in and who wasn't. If (a player) wanted to leave, it was chance to leave and not be crucified."
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