10:00 AM: Former NBA player Cliff Robinson was among 42 people arrested on drunk driving & other charges following Sunday's Buffalo Bills-Minnesota Vikings game. Robinson was also charged with child endangerment after having two kids in his car when pulled over.
8:45 PM: The Buffalo Sabres announce the #39 jersey of former goalie Dominik Hasek will be retired in a ceremony before the Sabres' January 13 home game against the Detroit Red Wings.
8:30 PM: Former USC running back LenDale White, who was escorted out of the Coliseum during last Saturday's game against Colorado, said the school would not allow him to shoot an interview Monday at the Coliseum for Vice Sports.
8:15 PM: A judge reversed his earlier stance and has thrown out a defamation lawsuit filed by Donald Sterling mistress V. Stiviano against Sterling's wife Shelly. Shelly is countersuing Stiviano to return $2.5 million in gifts she received from Donald.
7:00 PM: After criticizing Soldier Field fans for the halftime boos during Sunday's loss to the Miami Dolphins, Chicago Bears right guard Kyle Long said on Monday: "It was wrong for me to point fingers at the fans."
6:45 PM: Oklahoma State football players Jhajuan Seales & Juwan Offray were arrested on public intoxication charges after both players were found asleep in a vehicle in a Whataburger drive-thru early Sunday morning.
6:30 PM: Former Pasadena (Texas) High School teacher & assistant cheerleader coach Ashley Zehnder was arrested for having a sexual relationship with a male student at the school. Zehnder also allegedly sent a nude photo of herself to the student.
6:15 PM: Carolina Panthers linebacker Chase Blackburn says the NFL should issue an apology to Luke Kuechly after Kuechly was ejected for making contact with an official during Sunday's game against the Green Bay Packers.
5:45 PM: In order to entice players to their school, a recent Stanford football recruiting letter mentions that Cardinal graduates earn $42,000 more per year than grads of other Top 25 schools.
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