2:30 PM: An Iowa man was ticketed for speeding while trying to rush his pregnant wife to the hospital last week. Police took the wife to the hospital while the husband remained behind with other officers.
2:00 PM: Former Montana State defensive end Garrett Marino, who was dismissed from the team last week for unspecified reasons, was arrested on DUI charges after police caught him smoking marijuana in a car last Saturday.
1:45 PM: New Englans Patriots receiver Brandon LaFell issued an apology after he wore a "F*** $TATI$TIC$" t-shirt to a football game at his old high school in Houston over the weekend.
1:15 PM: Former Harlem Globetrotters player Rico Omarr Harris has gone missing while driving from Southern California to Seattle. Harris' car was discovered in a park in Yolo County, California last week.
1:00 PM: Two youth football teams in Renton and Bothell, Washington have been banned from their league's playoffs after players' parents were involved in a fight in the stands during an October 4 game.
12:45 PM: The Capital One Bowl in Orlando, formerly known as the Citrus Bowl & CompUSA Bowl, will now be known as the Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl. The previous Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl in Arizona is now known as the Cactus Bowl.
12:30 PM: This upcoming season the San Diego State baseball team will be wearing a special uniform patch in honor of former player & coach Tony Gwynn.
12:15 PM: South African Olympic runner Oscar Pistorius was sentenced to five years in prison for the shooting death of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. Pistorius' lawyers say they expect their client to serve 10 months in jail with his remaining sentence served under house arrest.
12:00 PM: Christophe de Margerie, CEO of French oil company Total, was one of four people killed when their plane was hit by a snowplow while taking off from Moscow's Vnukovo Airport on Monday. Investigators say the snowplow driver was drunk at the time of the crash.
11:45 AM: The New York State Court of Appeals has reinstated a slander lawsuit filed by two former Syracuse ballboys against basketball coach Jim Boeheim. Boeheim called the two ex-ballboys "liars" when they accused assistant coach Bernie Fine of molesting them as children.
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