5:15 PM: The Victoria Cross charity is upset with England's national rugby team for using the military medal as a "marketing ploy" for the team's new jerseys. The Victoria Cross is the highest medal awarded to members of the British & Commonwealth armed forces.
4:15 PM: Texas Longhorns basketball player Martez Walker, who was arrested last week for assaulting his girlfriend, was arrested again on Tuesday on criminal trespass charges for going to a dorm that he had been banned from.
3:45 PM: A 22-year-old man was sentenced to 17 to 60 months in prison for attempting to throw a drug-filled football over a fence and into a prison in Jackson, Michigan last June.
3:30 PM: During Wednesday's SEC teleconference, Alabama football coach Nick Saban said about Florida coach Will Muschamp: "I personally think Will is doing a really good job. He was dealt a tough hand."
3:15 PM: A 22-year-old Missoula, Montana man died while making an illegal BASE jump at Glacier National Park over the weekend. The Missoulian reports that Beau Weiher had quit his job to pursue the sport full-time.
3:00 PM: Toronto Argonauts owner David Braley says his is looking to secure a lease at BMO Field, home of the Toronto FC Major League Soccer club, as the Argonauts' current lease at the Rogers Centre expires after the 2017 CFL season.
2:45 PM: MLB umpire Joe West has been suspended from working Wednesday's Rays-Yankees game after grabbing the jersey of Jonathan Papelbon during the Phillies pitcher's ejection on Sunday.
2:30 PM: Leading off Tuesday's game against the Padres, Phillies batter Tony Gwynn Jr. received a nice ovation from San Diego fans at Petco Park.
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