12:00 PM: Derek Jeter reached his 3,420th career hit during Monday's game against the Texas Rangers, moving past Carl Yastrzemski to 7th on the all-time MLB list.
11:15 AM: FOX 26 Houston reports the Houston Cougars & Oklahoma Sooners are scheduled to play in the 2016 Advocare Texas Kickoff at the Texans' NRG Stadium.
11:00 AM: During Tuesday's ACC Media Day, new Wake Forest coach Dave Clawson noted that the Demon Deacons were the only North Carolina school to play in a BCS bowl. Wake Forest lost to Louisville 24-13 in the 2007 Orange Bowl.
10:45 AM: Washington, DC attorney Michele Roberts was named the new executive director of the National Basketball Players Association, becoming the first woman to head a major North American sports league union.
10:30 AM: The Lane County District Attorney's Office has denied a request from the Eugene Register-Guard to obtain records from the University of Oregon involving three Ducks basketball players accused of sexual assault.
10:15 AM: Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton said at Monday's practice that he "refuses to have a conversation" about Greg Hardy, the Panthers defensive end who was found guilty of assaulting & threatening his girlfriend.
10:00 AM: The Arizona Republic reports Phoenix Suns player P.J. Tucker was arrested for "super extreme DUI" in Scottsdale last May. Tucker's blood alcohol content level was measured at .222, way above the .08 legal state limit.
8:45 PM: Last week the West Michigan Whitecaps hosted a Little League teeball game at Fifth Third Field where all the equipment used was produced by a 3D printer.
8:15 PM: A plane owned by Joe Gibbs Racing bumped another plane owned by Stewart Haas Racing at Concord Regional Airport in North Carolina Sunday evening. The NASCAR teams' planes were returning from the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis, but no one was hurt in the collision.
8:00 PM: Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly explains why he thinks the NFL Draft is overrated, telling media members that they don't start applauding when their newspaper "signs a kid out of Northwestern with really good prose".
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