6:00 PM: Former Glasgow Rangers owner Craig Whyte has received a 15-year ban from being a company director in the U.K. over his financial misdealings with the Scottish soccer club.
5:45 PM: The Encinal (California) High School football team has forfeited this Friday's scheduled game against Alameda after many Encinal players were suspended over a bench-clearing brawl during last week's game against Antelope Center.
5:15 PM: Cornell has hired Elizabeth Garrett as the university's first-ever female president. Garrett replaces David Skorton, who is leaving to become the new secretary of the Smithsonian Institution.
4:30 PM: New Jersey congressman Bill Pascrell Jr. has written a letter to Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany asking the conference to investigate Michigan's handling of Shane Morris' concussion during Saturday's game against Minnesota.
4:00 PM: Michael Phelps tweeted on Tuesday after his arrest Monday on DUI charges: "I understand the severity of my actions and take full responsibility. I know these words may not mean much right now but I am deeply sorry to everyone I have let down."
3:45 PM: Texas receiver John Harris isn't concerned about Baylor, who are 16-point favorites in Saturday's game against the Longhorns: "They're still Baylor. I mean, just because they started playing better in this era, that's good for them. We are who we are - we're still Texas .... Baylor has never changed. They are who they are."
2:15 PM: At their November 6 game against the Cleveland Browns, the Cincinnati Bengals will present a $1 million check to the Cincinnati Children's Hospital raised by sales of Devon Still jerseys. Still's 4-year-old daughter Leah underwent surgery last week to remove a cancerous tumor.
2:00 PM: Spartanburg (South Carolina) High School assistant cross country coach Debra Kiser was arrested Friday on charges of DUI while driving seven members of the girls' team to a meet.
1:45 PM: Auburn athletic director Jay Jacobs wrote a letter to Kansas State & its fans thanking them for their "first class hospitality" during the September 18 Tigers-Wildcats football game in Manhattan.
1:15 PM: A British company who sold teargas to the government of Hong Kong says it is reviewing its sales policy after police used the gas against unarmed pro-democracy protesters in the former British colony.
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