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9:00 PM: Vine video of a young Washington Nationals fan pulling out her own tooth during Thursday's game against the San Diego Padres.

8:45 PM: NFL VP of player engagement Troy Vincent said that he had six openly gay teammates during his 15-year playing career: "Yes, it worked .... We just looked at them as players. We didn't treat them any different and I don't think the players now look at them any differently."

8:30 PM: Jason Kersey of the Oklahoman reports that NCAA bylaws have been changed that will now allow college football coaches to make summer workouts mandatory.

8:15 PM: New York Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda has been suspended 10 games by Major League Baseball after pine tar was discovered on his neck during Wednesday's game against the Boston Red Sox.

8:00 PM: Charlotte Bobcats forward Josh McRoberts was fined $20,000 by the NBA for elbowing Miami Heat forward LeBron James during Wednesday's game.

4:15 PM: New Orleans Saints punter Thomas Morstead tweets a photo of his young son Maxwell wearing a "No White Flags" onesie in support of Steve Gleason, a former Saints player with ALS.

4:00 PM: Minneapolis-based rock band The Replacements will be playing a concert September 13 at Midway Stadium, home of the St. Paul Saints minor league baseball team. It will be the band's first headline performance since 1991.

3:45 PM: For their May 1 game against the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, the Inland Empire 66ers will be giving fans rolls of toilet paper with a Quakes logo.

3:30 PM: To continue the tradition of minor league baseball teams & Star Wars-themed uniforms, the Brooklyn Cyclones will be wearing Darth Maul jerseys for their August 2 game against the Connecticut Tigers.

3:15 PM: Via Newsday's Bob Glauber, Ed Hochuli's son Shawn will be joining his dad as an NFL on-field official this season.

3:00 PM: Video of a young Grand Rapids Griffins hockey fan laughing with glee after Jordin Tootoo gave him his stick during pre-game warmups.

2:45 PM: Jim Brown believes Adrian Peterson has a chance to break Emmitt Smith's NFL career rushing record: "I think if he sets his goals and he understands his circumstances and he knows what it takes, that he can be successful."

2:30 PM: Former Duke basketball player Jabari Parker says it's "ridiculous" that high schoolers aren't allowed to go straight to the NBA: "People can enroll in service for their country, but they don't want to give themselves the opportunity to provide for themselves and apply for a job in the NBA."

2:15 PM: Iowa football coach Kirk Ferentz said he was "surprised" that recruiting coordinator & assistant defensive line coach Eric Johnson left the team last week in order to operate a Culver's restaurant in suburban Nashville.

2:00 PM: The U.S. Court of Appeals upheld the decision to dismiss child sexual abuse charges against Kevin Clash, who had voiced Sesame Street's Elmo character.

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