3:00 PM: The Duluth News-Tribune profiles Aaron Tody, who went back to school at the age of 30 and now plays nose tackle for the College of St. Scholastica: "I'm older now and hold myself to a higher standard. Whenever I see somebody having some trouble, I talk to them. I've been through a lot of stuff. I don't want them to make the same mistakes I made."
2:45 PM: Metta World Peace (a.k.a. Ron Artest) tweeted on Wednesday on the 10th anniversary of the "Malice At The Palace": "10 years ago was the worst day in my life. Glad to be moved on and working towards stronger black families in our communities!! Love YAl"
2:30 PM: The Detroit Lions' Thanksgiving home game against the Chicago Bears will feature the national anthem performed by 12-year-old America's Got Talent finalist Quintavious Johnson and a halftime performance by the Detroit Academy of Arts and Sciences Show Choir.
2:00 PM: Minnesota Timberwolves guard Kevin Martin is out indefinitely after suffering a fractured wrist during Wednesday's game against the New York Knicks. Martin still managed to score 37 points in the Wolves' 115-99 win.
1:45 PM: University of Hawaii basketball player Roderick Bobbitt became only the second player in school history to score a triple-double in Wednesday's 89-71 win over Hawaii-Hilo. Bobbitt finished the game with 12 points, 10 assists & 10 steals.
1:30 PM: The Montreal Canadiens announced plans to pay tribute to former captain Saku Koivu before their December 18 game against the Anaheim Ducks, who Koivu also played for before he retired after 18 NHL seasons.
12:15 PM: Florida basketball coach Billy Donovan said he texted Will Muschamp after the Gators football coach was fired Sunday: "I basically said to him if you wanted to get together and ever talk, I?d love to do that."
11:30 AM: England's Football Association is investigating remarks made by Wigan owner Dave Whelan, who referred to Chinese people as "chinks" and said that Jewish people "chase money".
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