2:30 PM: New Orleans Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins tweeted an apology after previously saying RB Pierre Thomas had been released: "I am not at all sure of what his situation is. Sorry for the panic attack Who Dat Nation! #mybad"
2:15 PM: For Saturday's basketball game against Oklahoma State, Iowa State is asking its student section to do massive flops when OSU player Marcus Smart shoots free throws.
2:00 PM: Former Washington Redskins coach Joe Gibbs says if the NFL gets rid of extra points, they should get rid of field goals as well: "I'm for anything like that where the team - that's 11 guys - help determine the outcome of the game. Not one person kicking something."
1:45 PM: John McGuigan, a soccer player for the Northern Ireland club Glentoran, was held out of Saturday's match against Ballymena United after his arrest last Sunday on charges of selling ecstasy at a Belfast nightclub. Glentoran would defeat Ballymena 3-0.
1:30 PM: After opting out of his previous contract a month before, QB Matt Cassel has re-signed with the Minnesota Vikings in a two-year, $10 million deal.
12:45 PM: UC Santa Barbara men's basketball coach Bob Williams offered an apology to the Hawaii athletic department after a fan ran onto the court & confronted Warriors coach Gib Arnold during Thursday's game.
12:00 PM: Grandville lost to Novi Detroit Central Catholic 3-0 in a Michigan state high school hockey playoff game Friday night, a day after Grandville senior & captain Ryan Fischer died in his sleep.
9:00 PM: Workers at Davco Fasteners in Twinsburg, Ohio surprised co-worker & former minor league baseball player Dick Potts by giving him a personalized bat on his 88th birthday. Potts said the gift meant "more than anything I've ever had happen to me".
8:45 PM: New York Giants quarterbacks coach Danny Langsdorf was honored Thursday night by the Polycycstic Kidney Disease Foundation. Seven years earlier Langsdorf had donated a kidney to Laurie Cavanaugh, sister of former Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride.
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