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12:15 PM: The Seattle Mariners announced that minor league player Jesus Montero & team scout Butch Baccala are both done for the season after an altercation in Boise, Idaho. Montero allegedly threw an ice cream sandwich at Baccala after being heckled by him during a game.

12:00 PM: Former Eastern Michigan football player turned Oklahoma City cop Daniel Holtzclaw was charged Friday with sexually assaulting eight women while on duty and threatening to arrest them. Holtzclaw may also face hate crime charges as all his alleged victims were black.

9:00 PM: profiles Pinups & Pints, a newly opened combination strip club & microbrewery in Medway, Ohio.

8:45 PM: San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili tweeted on Friday a photo of himself with his new statue recently erected in Buenos Aires.

8:30 PM: The Orlando Sentinel reports that public high school teams in Orange County, Florida will no longer be allowed to have chaplains lead teams in pre-game prayers .

8:15 PM: The Miami Herald will not cover Florida International's home football game Saturday against Bethune-Cookman after FIU denied a press credential to Herald beat writer David J. Neal.

8:00 PM: For Saturday's game against Clemson, Georgia will wear a special helmet decal in honor of Dan Magill, the Bulldogs' former sports information director who died last Saturday at the age of 93.

7:45 PM: reports Rich McGuinness, president of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl high school football all-star game, is stepping down from his position.

7:30 PM: Former College of Charleston & NBA player Anthony Johnson withdrew his name from consideration for the Cougars' head coaching job after school officials learned he pleaded no contest to domestic violence charges in 2011.

7:15 PM: The lawyer for Oklahoma linebacker Frank Shannon said that the school "failed" her client and was making him a "scapegoat". Shannon was suspended for one year in June as he was being investigated for sexual assault.

7:00 PM: In an interview with the Associated Press, Shelly Sterling said about her husband Donald having mistresses: "I can't say if I was blind to it or I didn't know to ask. I was raising my three kids, and I was very involved in taking care of the buildings .... Maybe I didn't want to realize it."

6:45 PM: Lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev filed a motion Friday to move the start date of their client's trial to September 2015 and to have the trial venue changed.

6:30 PM: Batlimore Ravens receiver Torrey Smith tweeted Friday about NFL teams trimming their rosters: "Good luck to everyone in the NFL fighting to live their dream...these are the toughest days but it isn't the end."

6:15 PM: From The Onion: "Doctors Optimistic (St. Louis Rams QB) Sam Bradford 2 Months Away From Beginning Work On Broadcasting Career"

6:00 PM: The Jackie Robinson West Little League team will be honored by the Chicago Cubs on Monday & will sing during the 7th inning stretch at Wrigley Field.

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