SbB LIVE FROM LA (Oct 1, 2014 @ 7:00pm ET)
7:00 PM: University of Cincinnati director of football player welfare & development Antrione Archer, who was fired after being accused of exposing himself in a grocery store, denies the charges and plans to appeal his firing.
6:45 PM: FCC chairman Tom Wheeler says the agency will consider a petition calling for the ban of the Washington Redskins' name from public airwaves.
6:30 PM: Rory McIlroy tweeted on Wednesday: "Thanks everyone for all the @PGATOUR Player of the Year congrats! Always an honour for your hard work to be recognised by your peers!"
6:15 PM: Western Sydney Wanderers defeated FC Seoul 2-0 Wednesday to advance to the Asian Champions League final. The Wanderers hope to become the first Australian soccer team to win the Asian final as they will face Saudi Arabian club Al Hilal.
6:00 PM: Missouri basketball coach Kim Anderson said on Tuesday that player Cameron Biedscheid, who transferred in from Notre Dame, left the Tigers' team to "attend to personal matters".
5:45 PM: Michael Phelps reportedly had a blood alcohol content level of .14 when the Olympic swimmer was arrested for DUI in Baltimore Tuesday morning. The legal limit in Maryland is .08.
5:30 PM: The Baltimore Orioles will be hosting a fan rally tonight at the city's Canton Square along with a bar crawl sponsored by Budweiser.
5:15 PM: Center Chris Kaman says he expects to find success with the Portland Trail Blazers this season because "my ego is gone".
5:00 PM: Carolina Panthers defensive end Frank Alexander has been suspended 10 games by the NFL for a second violation the league's PED policy.
4:45 PM: The Tennessee Court of Appeals ruled on Tuesday that records related to the rape case involving four former Vanderbilt football players should not be made public to the Tennessean or other media outlets.
4:30 PM: Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano said that claims from Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh that fake crowd noise is piped into Lucas Oil Stadium is an "insult" to Colts fans.
4:15 PM: Sunset Hills, Missouri mayor Mark Furrer was officially charge Wednesday with assault & property damage for allegedly hitting a bicyclist on purpose with his car in an August 4 incident.
4:00 PM: Oregon Ducks football coach Mark Helfrich said that he had to sign a waiver that he wouldn't sue the school over problems with the crowd noise at Autzen Stadium.
3:45 PM: Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo said on Wednesday about Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt: "He may be the best player we face all year long."
3:30 PM: From The Onion: "ESPN Gives On-Air Personalities List Of 6 Pre-Approved Opinions"