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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.

1:30 PM: The L.A. Dodgers announced Tuesday that in addition to renewing its broadcasting deal with KLAC 570 AM, the team has also bought an ownership stake in the radio station.

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.

1:00 PM: St. Louis Rams center Scott Wells recently revealed that he spent four days in a hospital ICU last June after a tick bite gave him the bacteria infection ehrlichia.

12:45 PM: Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps was arrested on DUI & speeding charges near the Fort McHenry Tunnel in Baltimore early Monday morning.

12:30 PM: The FCC voted on Tuesday to end its NFL local broadcast blackout rule for home games that do not sell out. But the NFL can still make individual deals with cable & satellite companies to blackout certain games.

12:15 PM: Mike Miller said that LeBron James was upset with Miami Heat management for waiving Miller last season, which saved the team $17 million in luxury tax costs: "LeBron thought it was an unnecessary change."

12:00 PM: The NFL issued a statement Tuesday morning saying that Kansas City Chiefs safety Husain Abdullah should not have received an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty for his post-interception TD slide & prayer during Monday night's game against the New England Patriots.

11:45 AM: From The Onion: "New NFL Rule Protects Quarterbacks From Brutal Criticism"

11:30 AM: UConn basketball coaches Kevin Ollie & Geno Auriemma will be taking part in a Q&A at Wallingford's Oakdale Theater on October 14, hosted by former Huskies player Rebecca Lobo. Tickets for the event are available for $85 per person.

11:15 AM: James Mayfield, father of Oklahoma QB transfer Baker Mayfield, called Kliff Kingsbury a "scoundrel" after the Texas Tech coach fought against Baker's transfer from the Red Raiders to the Sooners. The NCAA ruled last week that Baker is ineligible to play for Oklahoma this season.

11:00 AM: A 17-year-old student at Abraham Lincoln High School in Council Bluffs, Iowa, died Saturday after suffering a severe head injury during a fight with another student near the school's cafeteria on Thursday. Dakota Escritt fell and struck his head on the floor during the fight.

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