8:00 PM: British Royal Marine turned judo competitor Chris Sherrington, who won gold at this year's Commonwealth Games, credits the sport for saving him from stress & alcohol problems he dealt with after his 2005 tour in Iraq.
7:45 PM: The Syracuse Post-Standard profiles Bob Southworth, who will be serving his 50th season as Corcoran High School baseball coach next spring.
7:15 PM: After Oklahoma's Bob Stoops sarcastically called Texas A&M's non-conference schedule "a bunch of toughies", Aggies coach Kevin Sumlin responded: "Coach Stoops has the right to say whatever he wants. But if he'd like to play again we'd take him up on that."
7:00 PM: Caltrans is planning to build a $2 million bridge for mountain lions and other wild animals over the 101 freeway in Agoura Hills, in an effort to help the lions breed and reduce traffic accidents.
6:45 PM: Minnesota Twins GM Terry Ryan said on Sunday not to blame manager Ron Gardenhire for the team's 2-7 record after the All-Star break: "He's held it together. This isn't easy. This is a big job."
5:45 PM: 50 people were arrested & 46 were treated for alcohol-related illnesses during a Keith Urban concert in Mansfield, Massachusetts Saturday night.
5:00 PM: Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger said on Saturday about his rocky relationship with offensive coordinator Todd Haley: "Very rarely in life in general do you meet someone and hit it off and you're best friends right away .... But I think we are friends."
4:45 PM: The Tampa Bay Times reports Florida Governor Rick Scott and other state Republican officials have taken hunting trips to the King Ranch in Texas all paid for by sugary industry lobbyists.
4:30 PM: Cleveland Browns offensive lineman Jason Pinkston tweeted on Sunday about his absence from training camp: "I can assure you I'm in no legal trouble & retiring hasn't came up. As far as my situation I'll leave it to (the Browns) to explain"
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