SbB LIVE FROM LA (Jul 23, 2014 @ 11:52am ET)
11:45 AM: The Associated Press reports the organizng committee of the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea is being audited.
11:30 AM: Former Levittown, Pennsylvania youth football coach & board president Keith Peschen was sentenced to 18 to 40 years in prison for raping a young girl who was a cheerleader for the team.
11:15 AM: Colorado Rockies infielder Troy Tulowitzki has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with a left hip flexor strain.
11:00 AM: Madras (Oregon) High School track & field coach Melissa Bowerman, daughter-in-law of Nike co-founder Bill Bowerman, was arrested on charges of having sex with a 17-year-old boy on the team.
10:45 AM: Former Penn State football assistants Jay Paterno & Bill Kenney have sued the school for over $1 million after they were not retained following the firing of Joe Paterno.
10:30 AM: Three Georgia Tech football players havs been dismissed from the team and a fourth player has been suspended two games for violating the school's student-athlete conduct code.
10:15 AM: Winona State football player Shawn Afryl died after collapsing during voluntary conditioning drills on Monday night. No coaches were present at the drills due to NCAA rules.
10:00 AM: Georgia defensive lineman Jonathan Taylor was arrested on aggravated assault & family violence charges Tuesday morning for allegedly choking & striking his girlfriend.
5:45 PM: Over 70 homeless children at the Star of Hope Transitional Living Center in Houston got to enjoy 800 pounds of snow created for a Christmas in July celebration on Saturday.
5:30 PM: The Post-Gazette profiles Herb Douglas, a 92-year-old former Olympian who with University of Pittsburgh athletic director Steve Pederson has produced a 22-minute film called "The Renaissance Period of the African American in Sports".
5:15 PM: To celebrate the 45th anniversary of the first Moon landing, NASA will stream online the original 1969 broadcast at the exact same time the landing occurred, starting at 10:39 ET tonight.
5:00 PM: Tennis player Sara Tomic says she gets a "lot of hatred" over the behavior of her brother Bernard: "Everyone thinks my brother's a tool - he's actually a good guy. It really frustrates me a lot."
4:45 PM: Commissioners for the American, Mid-American & Mountain West conferences said they have "no interest" in an idea from SMU coach June Jones to have the non-"Power Five" conferences play football in the spring.
4:30 PM: Former New Orleans Saints RB Deuce McAllister hosted a football & cheer clinic on Saturday, where he said he hoped to use football as a "vehicle" for a child to get an education.
4:15 PM: The St. Louis Post-Dispatch profiles Schutt Sports, a football helmet company that has created an inside-the-helmet HD video camera currently being used by the Arena Football League.