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4:00 PM: The Kansas State football team won its 500th game in program history in Saturday's 23-0 victory over Texas. It was also the Wildcats' first-ever shutout of the Longhorns.

3:45 PM: Video of Winnipeg Jets fans at MTS Center holding a moment of silence then singing "O Canada" before Friday's game against the Tampa Bay Lighting.

3:30 PM: Before Friday's Game 3 of the World Series, singer Huey Lewis said that one of the great things about San Francisco is Willie Mays: "Look, Kansas City is a great town, they have George Brett, but how can they have this?"

3:15 PM: The New Orleans Saints are asking fans to wear all black for Sunday night's game against the Green Bay Packers. The Saints have won 16 of their last 17 primetime home games.

3:00 PM: Detroit Lions defensive tackle C.J. Mosley has been sent home from London and suspended two weeks for "conduct detrimental to the team".

2:45 PM: A man who served four months in jail for burning down a Moorhead, Minnesota bar last year was ordered to pay $2 restitution to the bar's owners.

2:30 PM: Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy, who earlier this week called his team's defense "soft", has been signed to a 7-year, $98 million contract extension.

2:15 PM: Carney Saupitty, an employee at the Comanche National Museum & Culture center in Oklahoma, says about the Washington Redskins' name: "In my lifetime, I don't think it will really change. The Native American population is so small, that's why. Unlike our black friends, or our Mexican friends, there are not enough of us."

2:00 PM: Carlisle (Iowa) High School softball coach Jim Flaws was arrested on cocaine possession charges Thursday. Flaws has been at Carlisle for the past 29 years and is a member of the Iowa Girls Coaches Association Hall of Fame.

1:45 PM: North Carolina basketball coach Roy Williams said on Friday he was "dumbfounded" by Wednesday's released report of the Tar Heels' academic fraud scandal in which over 3,000 student-athletes were given good grades in phony classes.

1:30 PM: A high school football game at Atlanta's Lakewood Stadium was called off Friday night after a shooting took place in the stadium parking lot. One 17-year-old suspect was shot in the arm by an off-duty police officer and arrested.

1:15 PM: The U.S. women's soccer team defeated Mexico 3-0 on Friday to earn a spot in next year's World Cup. The U.S. faces Costa Rica on Sunday in the CONCACAF Women's Championship final.

1:00 PM: Serena Williams defeated Caroline Wozniacki 2-6, 6-3, 7-6 (6) on Saturday to advance to the WTA Finals championship match. Williams will face Simona Halep, who defeated Agnieszka Radwanska 6-2, 6-2.

12:45 PM: Tennessee Titans running back Shonn Greene was arrested Friday night after trying to flee from police when he was caught parked in a handicapped spot.

12:30 PM: The Edmond Sun reports former Oklahoma State basketball player Jameson Curry was pulled over early Monday morning for driving without his tail lights on, and was arrested on marijuana & weapon possession charges.

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