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1:15 PM: Philadelphia 76ers sideline reporter Molly Sullivan shares a photo of her new Sixers-themed high heels with the message: "Just arrived. Sorry, I'm not sorry. Game on."

1:00 PM: Phillies second baseman Chase Utley released a statement on Jimmy Rollins joining the Dodgers: "The Dodgers are very lucky to acquire a player like Jimmy. I've said it time and time again that Jimmy makes everyone around him better."

12:45 PM: Former Notre Dame football coach Lou Holtz said about the Fighting Irish's OT loss to Northwestern this year: "Absolutely, that shocked me. We lost to them many years ago (1995) and everyone was bitching and moaning. But that was the opening game."

12:30 PM: Former Tampa Bay Rays player Rocco Baldelli has been named the team's new first base coach.

12:15 PM: Duke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski won his 993rd career game in Thursday's 66-56 victory over UConn.

12:00 PM: East Carolina University is considering renaming a dorm originally named after Charles B. Aycock, a former North Carolina governor who was against educating African-Americans. In a speech over school funding, Aycock referred to whites as "thoroughbreds" and "negroes" as "commoner stock".

11:45 AM: The San Diego Union-Tribune reports the Padres are acquiring outfielder Justin Upton from the Atlanta Braves for four other players.

11:30 AM: Penn State & BYU will face each other in the NCAA women's volleyball national title game on Saturday in Oklahoma City. The Nittany Lions defeated Stanford while the Cougars defeated Texas on Thursday to advance.

11:15 AM: The Montreal Canadiens held a pre-game tribute to former captain Saku Koivu before Thursday night's game against the Anaheim Ducks, who Koivu also played with for five seasons before retiring in September.

11:00 AM: Two days after defeating the Washington Capitals in an NHL-record 20-round shootout, the Florida Panthers needed only six shootout rounds to beat the Philadelphia Flyers Thursday night.

10:45 AM: Tennessee Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt said the Jacksonville Jaguars' offensive line was "holding the crap out of us" during Thursday's game, won 21-13 by the Jaguars.

10:30 AM: The family of a woman who fell down a Fenway Park elevator shaft & suffered serious injuries has filed a lawsuit against the Boston Red Sox.

10:15 AM: Former Kansas State & New England Patriots defensive end Steve Clark said he was the victim of racial profiling by stadium police at the Wildcats' November 1 home game against Oklahoma State. Clark was questioned by police about a series of pickpocket robberies at the stadium.

10:00 AM: On the last play of Thursday night's game, Jacksonville Jaguars defensive tackle Sen'Derrick Marks sacked Tennessee Titans QB Charlie Whitehurst - a sack that earned Marks a $600,000 bonus.

9:00 PM: Tennis player Simona Halep was the top-searched subject by Google users in Romania this year.

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