7:45 PM: Roger Federer defeated Fabio Fognini 6-2, 6-3, 7-6 (4) on Sunday to advance Switzerland to the Davis Cup final, where they will face France. Switzerland is looking for its first tile in 114 years of the Cup.
7:30 PM: Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk reports Ray Rice will appeal his indefinite suspension from the NFL on Monday.
7:15 PM: Tennis player Caroline Wozniacki revealed last week that golfer Rory McIlory ended their engagement over the phone last May and she hasn't heard from him since: "I was shocked. I thought at least it would be face to face or something but there was nothing."
7:00 PM: Suspended Cleveland Browns receiver Josh Gordon tweeted about the Browns' 26-24 win over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday: "Couldn't watch it but I heard about it.. Good game boys.."
6:45 PM: A day after attending the funeral of teammate Cody DeBoer, the Sperry (Oklahoma) High School football team won 21-14 in overtime over Claremore Sequoyah on Friday night. DeBoer, a junior lineman, died in a pickup truck accident a day after Sperry lost to Adair 61-0.
6:30 PM: Officials at Yosemite National Park said on Sunday that it has so far cost $3.9 million to fight a 4,960-acre fire at the park that is currently 50% contained.
6:15 PM: Police in Wichita, Kansas are looking for a group of men who attacked a youth football coach Monday evening after a player was removed from the team. The attackers were scared off after the coach's wife pulled out a gun and shot it into the air.
5:45 PM: The Buffalo News reports seven different police agencies were called in to stop a brawl at a wedding reception at the Orchard Park Country Club Saturday night.
5:30 PM: In the Washington Redskins' 41-10 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday, the Redskins made more sacks (10) then the Jaguars made first downs (8).
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