SbB LIVE FROM LA (Aug 27, 2014 @ 1:00pm ET)
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1:00 PM: The University of North Carolina is investigating an alleged hazing incident involving the football team that left a receiver with a concussion after he was assaulted.

12:45 PM: Cleveland Browns receiver Josh Gordon released a statement after the NFL upheld his one-year suspension: "I am very disappointed that the NFL and its hearing office didn't exercise better discretion and judgment in my case."

12:30 PM: For Thursday's home football opener against North Dakota, San Jose State will be giving out Bill Walsh bobbleheads to all season ticket holders & the first 1,500 students.

12:15 PM: L.A. Clippers coach Doc Rivers has agreed to a contract extension through the 2018-19 season.

12:00 PM: Appearing on Dan Patrick's radio show, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said that Bud Selig has been a "horrible" MLB commissioner and that the only thing that has worked for baseball is steroids.

11:45 AM: Former Springfield, Massachusetts fire captain Michael R. Richard Jr. was arrested on charges of assaulting current Springfield fire chief Joseph Conant at Conant's home Tuesday evening.

11:30 AM: A man in Lancaster, California died after being shot with a bow & arrow while trying to intervene in a couple's argument last Saturday.

11:15 AM: William Hayden, a Baton Rouge, Louisiana gun shop owner who has been featured in the Discovery Channel series Sons of Guns, was arrested Tuesday on charges of raping a 12-year-old.

11:00 AM: The Green Bay Packers and former players Brett Favre & Darren Sharper are among those who've had unclaimed property reverted back to the state of Wisconsin.

10:45 AM: William & Mary of the FCS Colonial Athletic Association has announced plans for a $27 million renovation of Zable Stadium, the Tribe's football home since 1935.

10:30 AM: Fortune magazine reports Des Hague, CEO of stadium food provider Centerplate, was caught on camera abusing a Doberman puppy in a Vancouver apartment complex elevator.

10:15 AM: Canadian Olympic sprinter Donovan Bailey was fined $1,500 & loses his driver's license for a year after pleading guilty to DUI charges in Toronto.

10:00 AM: Kansas City Royals manager Ned Yost wasn't happy with only 13,847 fans at Kauffman Stadium for Tuesday's win over the Minnesota Twins: "We had a great crowd (Monday) night, and I was kind of hoping we'd have another great crowd tonight, and we really didn't."

9:00 PM: Rachel Nichols shares photos from her visit with the Seattle Seahawks on Tuesday, including a pic with her "old ESPN friend" Chris Berman.

8:45 PM: From The Onion: "Condoleezza Rice Spends First 15 Minutes Of College Football Committee Meeting Asking What The F*** She Is Doing There"

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