8:00 PM: Winter Springs (Florida) High School track & cross country coach Ocky Clark has begun a 260-mile walk to Tallahassee to help raise funds for a new fieldhouse & track at his school. Clark's walk was inspired by his grandfather, who once walked in the opposite direction in 1917 looking for work.
7:30 PM: Lauren Hill, the Mount St. Joseph University women's basketball player with terminal brain cancer, scored in her second college game with a jumper against Bethany College at the Baldwin Wallace Invitational Friday night.
7:15 PM: Paid attendance for Saturday's 150th meeting between Lafayette & Lehigh at Yankee Stadium was 48,256, a sellout & the second-largest college football crowd at the new ballpark. The Leopards defeated the Mountain Hawks 27-7.
7:00 PM: BYU's defense set a new school record by giving up only 63 yards total offense in Saturday's 64-0 win over Savannah State. Meanwhile, the Tigers finish their season 0-12 and have gone 4-53 since 2010.
6:45 PM: Video of Florida State QB Jameis Winston trying to shove the referee out of the way while trying to snap the ball during Saturday's game against Boston College. Winston was not called for a penalty on the shove.
6:30 PM: Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari responded after tweeting happy birthday to his daughter Megan one day early: "It's hard enough remembering the two platoons; I've also got to remember four birthdays!"
6:15 PM: 1966 photo from the Los Angeles Times of angry UCLA students blocking traffic on the 405 freeway after USC was selected to play in that season's Rose Bowl, despite the Bruins beating the Trojans two days earlier.
6:00 PM: The owners of a Muncie, Indiana house near Ball State University found a passed-out teen on their toilet when they returned home early Saturday morning. The 19-year-old was arrested on underage drinking charges.
5:45 PM: Columbus Cottonmouths goalie Shannon Szabados got her first professional win in Friday's 5-4 overtime victory over the Fayetteville FireAntz. The game also featured female referees Erin Blair & Katie Guay working the SPHL contest.
5:30 PM: Author Royce Bowles is asking the Green Bay Packers to stop selling a book he wrote about Vince Lombardi because the book contains a foreword from Bill Cosby, who has been accused of sexually assaulting numerous women.
5:15 PM: Lionel Messi became La Liga's all-time leading scorer with three goals in Barcelona's 5-1 win over Sevilla on Saturday. Messi broke Telmo Zarra's record of 251 career goals which had stood since 1955.
5:00 PM: Playing in its first-ever college football playoff game, Macalester lost to defending national champion Wisconsin-Whitewater 55-2. The Scots, who once lost a then-NCAA record 50 straight games, clinched its first outright conference title this season for the first time since 1925.
4:30 PM: Following Saturday's 16-13 win over Penn State, Illinois football coach Tim Beckman called next week's game at Northwestern the "state championship". Both the Illini & Wildcats are 5-6 with a win earning bowl eligibility.
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