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11:15 AM: The Toledo Blade reports a 59-year-old bicyclist died Wednesday from his injuries after he was struck by a loose hose from a passing fire truck last Saturday.

11:00 AM: The father of a Chuckey Doak (PA) High School students has filed a $10.5 million lawsuit against assistant wrestling coach Deaton Myers and the Greene County school district on claims that Myers sexually assaulted his son in a motel during a tournament in Knoxville.

10:45 AM: New York Jets receiver Percy Harvin said on Wednesday that his new team told him not to talk to the media this week.

10:30 AM: The Clarion-Ledger reports an email flyer sent by the Mississippi Republican Party for Senator Thad Cochran's re-election campaign may have violated NCAA rules by featuring photos of Ole Miss & Mississippi State football players.

10:15 AM: Denver Broncos practice squad safety John Boyett was arrested on third-degree assault charges in Greenwood Village early Wednesday morning. Boyett was arrested last year after an altercation with police outside an Indianapolis bar & was released by the Colts the next day.

10:00 AM: Police say Deshler (Alabama) High School football coach Jake Linville died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound behind his parents' house in Tennessee on Sunday. Linville was in his first season as Deshler head coach.

9:00 PM: Former Denver Broncos QB Marlin Briscoe, who in 1968 became the first black starting quarterback in the American Football League, had a street named after him in his hometown of Omaha in a ceremony held on Wednesday.

8:45 PM: Chicago Bears defensive end Jared Allen said he respects the emotion of Brandon Marshall after the receiver went off following Sunday's loss to the Miami Dolphins: "I mean there is always a fine line when someone is just spouting off and acting crazy. But that sure as heck didn't happen in our locker room."

8:30 PM: LeBron James on Monday said about this year's Cleveland Cavaliers team: "We're not a Big Three, we're a team. We're a Big Fifteen."

8:15 PM: Michigan State defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi said the rivalry with Michigan became real for him in 2007 when his kids were "razzed" by their teachers over the Wolverines' 28-24 come-from-behind victory over the Spartans.

8:00 PM: WRBL reports former Georgia safety Quintavious Harrow was arrested Wednesday as a suspect in the armed robberies of two Columbus gas stations.

7:45 PM: The Charleston (SC) Post and Courier reports Academic Magnet High School football coach Bud Walpole, who was fired over concerns of his team's victory celebration of smashing watermelons, has been offered his job back.

7:30 PM: Las Vegas police are investigating claims that L.A. Clippers player Blake Griffin slapped a man & took his cell phone after the man took a picture of Griffin at the Tao nightclub in the Venetian casino early Sunday morning.

7:15 PM: Lauren Hill, a Mount St. Joseph's University women's basketball player with terminal brain cancer, will play her first collegiate game November 2 at Xavier's Cintas Center - and tickets for the game at the 10,000-seat arena sold out in 30 minutes on Wednesday.

7:00 PM: WRAL profiles Adrienne Core, a former Miss North Carolina who now coaches volleyball at Middle Creek High School.

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