10:45 AM: Ole Miss receiver Sammie Epps was arrested last Friday on charges of marijuana possession and driving without a license.
10:15 AM: Former Chicago Bears coach Mike Ditka said about the controversy over the Washington Redskins' name: "This is so stupid it's appalling .... It's all the political correct idiots in America, that's all it is."
9:00 PM: "Kids In The Hall" member Scott Thompson appears in a training video for the Scotiabank AIDS Walk For Life.
8:45 PM: The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette profiles Boomer, a 7-year-old Australian shepherd dog who saved her owner from an attack by a 300-pound black bear in Indiana County, Pennsylvania earlier this month.
8:30 PM: John Mulhearn, the wheelchair-bound son of former Western Michigan football player Sean Mulhearn, got to score a touchdown during last Thursday's Broncos practice.
8:15 PM: Winnipeg Jets captain Andrew Ladd said he "accidentally" favorited a Tweet that criticized the Jets' offseason. The Tweet linked to a video of pro wrestling publisher Bryan Alvarez saying "Minue five stars!" for 10 minutes.
8:00 PM: The University of New Mexico women's soccer team had its Friday season opener against Texas Tech canceled after two players were hospitalized in an alleged alcohol-related hazing incident Sunday night.
7:45 PM: San Diego Chargers linebacker Dwight Freeney says that Seattle Seahawks tight end Zach Miller should be fined for an illegal block that injured Chargers defensive end Sean Lissemore during last Friday's preseason game.
7:30 PM: WPLG reports Ray Allen & his wife Shannon plan to press for criminal charges against eight teenagers who broke into the Allens' home in Coral Gables, Florida last week. The teens claim they thought the home was empty and weren't planning to steal anything.
7:00 PM: Steve Politi of the Newark Star-Ledger profiles Mike Teel, a former Rutgers QB who gave up a job with a Wall Street financial company to return to the Scarlet Knights as a $14,000-a-year graduate assistant.
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