SbB LIVE FROM LA (Oct 1, 2014 @ 4:32pm ET)
5:15 PM: Center Chris Kaman says he expects to find success with the Portland Trail Blazers this season because "my ego is gone".
5:00 PM: Carolina Panthers defensive end Frank Alexander has been suspended 10 games by the NFL for a second violation the league's PED policy.
4:45 PM: The Tennessee Court of Appeals ruled on Tuesday that records related to the rape case involving four former Vanderbilt football players should not be made public to the Tennessean or other media outlets.
4:30 PM: Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano said that claims from Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh that fake crowd noise is piped into Lucas Oil Stadium is an "insult" to Colts fans.
4:15 PM: Sunset Hills, Missouri mayor Mark Furrer was officially charge Wednesday with assault & property damage for allegedly hitting a bicyclist on purpose with his car in an August 4 incident.
4:00 PM: Oregon Ducks football coach Mark Helfrich said that he had to sign a waiver that he wouldn't sue the school over problems with the crowd noise at Autzen Stadium.
3:45 PM: Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo said on Wednesday about Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt: "He may be the best player we face all year long."
3:30 PM: From The Onion: "ESPN Gives On-Air Personalities List Of 6 Pre-Approved Opinions"
3:15 PM: Miami police say a 20-year-old Clemson University student who died after falling off a cruise ship mast had climbed the mast to watch the sunrise.
3:00 PM: IndyCar driver Charlie Kimball got married in Indianapolis Saturday in a ceremony presided over by fellow IndyCar driver & newly ordained minister James Hinchcliffe.
2:45 PM: A Philadelphia taco restaurant says it will be offering 20-cent chorizo cheese fries every time Eagles RB LeSean McCoy scores a touchdown for the rest of the season. The price refers to McCoy leaving a 20-cent tip at another local restaurant.
2:30 PM: In his new autobiography, English soccer player Rio Ferdinand says that his country's players are "treated like complete babies" compared to other international teams.
2:15 PM: Geraldine Mock, who in 1964 became the first female pilot to successfully fly solo around the world, died Tuesday at the age of 88.
2:00 PM: Golfer Tiger Woods recently announced plans to open a new restaurant in Jupiter, Florida. The Woods Jupiter: Sports and Dining Club is scheduled to be ready for service by early 2015.
1:45 PM: Novak Djokovic defeated Vasek Pospisil 6-3, 7-5 on Wednesday for his 21st straight victory at the China Open.