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5:45 PM: In order to entice players to their school, a recent Stanford football recruiting letter mentions that Cardinal graduates earn $42,000 more per year than grads of other Top 25 schools.

5:30 PM: Florida State football coach Jimbo Fisher ended an interview session in Birmingham on Monday when he was asked questions about Jameis Winston's off-field issues: "I don't want to get into this. The questions weren't supposed to be asked today. I'm done."

5:15 PM: Cheryl Prentice, a woman who lost the fingers on her right hand in a 1989 accident, says that Six Flags St. Louis would not allow her on a Mr. Freeze ride Saturday night although she claims to have been allowed on the ride numerous times before.

5:00 PM: Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden said on Monday that Colt McCoy will start at QB next Monday night against the Dallas Cowboys if Robert Griffin III isn't yet healthy enough to return.

4:45 PM: San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said about Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver apologizing to the fans for the Spurs not sending their best players for last Thursday's preseason game: "The only thing that surprises me is that he didn't say it in a chicken suit."

4:30 PM: The Clemson Football Twitter account posted a Get Well Soon message for former Tigers RB C.J. Spiller, who suffered a season-ending broken collarbone injury in the Buffalo Bills 17-16 win over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.

4:15 PM: Former Chicago Bears player Dan Hampton said that current coach Marc Trestman's practice of rotating captains for each game is like running a daycare: "The guys that the team votes as captains should be captains every week. Not a bunch of touchy-feely, we're going to pass out juice boxes."

4:00 PM: Arizona Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer, who is accused of assaulting his wife, had his bond lowered from $25,000 to $10,000 and will not have to wear an ankle monitoring bracelet as he awaits trial.

3:45 PM: Lou Lucier, who was the oldest living former Boston Red Sox player, died Saturday at the age of 96. The oldest living Red Sox player is now Bobby Doerr, who was born 15 days after Lucier.

3:30 PM: In honor of Jim Kelly's Homecoming, the Miami Hurricanes are selling $12 tickets for their November 1 home football game against North Carolina. The $12 prices are only available from noon to 12:59 pm each day through October 31.

3:15 PM: Deion Sanders tweeted on Monday: "If you're dealing with a relational problem that vexes your spirit listen. WALK AWAY AND DON'T TURN BACK!!! You deserve to be happy. #Truth"

3:00 PM: Former pro wrestler Ox Baker reportedly died Monday at the age of 80. Here's video of Baker causing a fan riot in Cleveland in 1974, and here's another video of Baker appearing on "The Price Is Right" in 1981.

2:45 PM: Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch notes Sunday's 28-26 win over the Seattle Seahawks was the Rams' first win over a defending Super Bowl champ since 1991, when the then-L.A. Rams defeated the New York Giants 19-13.

2:30 PM: In his new book , golfer Ian Poulter criticizes Nick Faldo for calling Sergio Garcia "useless" during this year's Ryder Cup: "It feels like a guy who is still bitter that he lost in 2008. Faldo has lost a lot of respect from players because of what he said."

2:15 PM: A 41-year-old man was arrested for flying a drone over Manchester City's Etihad Stadium during Saturday's soccer match against Tottenham Hotspur.

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