3:45 PM: When asked about the field situation at Levi's Stadium on Friday, San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh responded: "We're re-grouping, re-tooling. What more can I say about it? We can count on our organization to always do things at the highest level."
3:15 PM: The University of Texas Board of Regents on Thursday approved new rules prohibiting relationships between coaches & faculty and students even if the relationships are consensual.
2:30 PM: The Guardian reports the League Managers' Association issued an apology after saying racist & homophobic texts sent by former Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay were just "some friendly text message banter".
2:00 PM: Courthouse News Service reports that after being sued by Donald Sterling's wife Shelly, Sterling's mistress V. Stiviano claimed in a countersuit that Donald is gay and she had been acting as his "beard" for three years.
1:45 PM: An 18-year-old pizza delivery man in Rochester, New York was arrested after falsely claiming he saw a group of Hispanic men cut off the head of a 7-year-old girl with a machete. Police say Mason Requa made up the story because he was worried he would be fired for making a late delivery.
12:45 PM: Cincinnati Reds chief operating officer Phil Castellini says the team is investigating a report of two African-American fans being victims of "racial profiling" by a security guard during a recent game.
12:30 PM: The St. Paul, Minnesota-based Candyland candy store is suing three national snack food companies over the use of the trademarked "Chicago Mix" for caramel & cheese popcorn.
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