SbB LIVE FROM LA (Sep 2, 2014 @ 4:28pm ET)
5:30 PM: NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports that Michael Sam may join the Dallas Cowboys' practice squad if he passes the team's physical.
5:15 PM: Bowling Green running back William Houston has been suspended for two years by the school after he was arrested for attempted rape charges in July.
5:00 PM: About 25 University of Minnesota-Duluth football players were cited for underage drinking at a house party Sunday night. The Bulldogs' first game of the season is Saturday against Concordia-St. Paul.
4:45 PM: Former Texas Longhorns football coach Mack Brown had his home in North Carolina burn down last week: "All that was left were two chimneys standing."
4:30 PM: The ACC said it would not punish Syracuse QB Terrel Hunt after he threw a punch at a Villanova player during last Friday's game. Hunt was ejected from the game but did not receive additional punishment from Syracuse.
4:15 PM: 30 teenagers escaped from a Nashville detention center during a disturbance at the facility Monday night. 22 escapees were caught but eight remained missing as of Tuesday afternoon.
4:00 PM: Afte defeating Aleksandra Krunic Monday night, Victoria Azarenka asked the Arthur Ashe Stadium crowd to help her sing "Happy Birthday" to Gael Monfils.
3:45 PM: In a radio interview Tuesday, Tom Brady said about his future with the New England Patriots: "When I suck, I'll retire. I don't plan on sucking for a long time."
3:30 PM: Mike Bianchi of the Orlando Sentinel reports that former Jackson Clarion-Ledger reporter Butch John passed away on Tuesday. John was accused of asking Doug Williams before Super Bowl XXII "How long have you been a black quarterback?"
3:15 PM: USC QB Cody Kessler missed Tuesday's practice as he was hospitalized to treat a staph infection on his toe.
3:00 PM: New York Jets QB Michael Vick will have a weekly radio spot on WFAN on Tuesday afternoons this season.
2:45 PM: Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay has been suspended six games & fined $500,000 by the NFL after pleading guilty to impaired driving charges on Tuesday.
2:30 PM: ESPN reporter/show host Bonnie Bernstein tweets a photo of the shirt she wore while working as a college intern on The George Michael Sports Machine.
2:15 PM: Researchers at Northwestern University say they have found a cause of ALS, a discovery which could help improve treatment of the neurological disease.
2:00 PM: A newly married man in Pittsburgh was arrested after allegedly physically harassing a waitress on his wedding cruise and then fighting with her boyfriend after the cruise.