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3:30 PM: During Wednesday's SEC teleconference, Alabama football coach Nick Saban said about Florida coach Will Muschamp: "I personally think Will is doing a really good job. He was dealt a tough hand."

3:15 PM: A 22-year-old Missoula, Montana man died while making an illegal BASE jump at Glacier National Park over the weekend. The Missoulian reports that Beau Weiher had quit his job to pursue the sport full-time.

3:00 PM: Toronto Argonauts owner David Braley says his is looking to secure a lease at BMO Field, home of the Toronto FC Major League Soccer club, as the Argonauts' current lease at the Rogers Centre expires after the 2017 CFL season.

2:45 PM: MLB umpire Joe West has been suspended from working Wednesday's Rays-Yankees game after grabbing the jersey of Jonathan Papelbon during the Phillies pitcher's ejection on Sunday.

2:30 PM: Leading off Tuesday's game against the Padres, Phillies batter Tony Gwynn Jr. received a nice ovation from San Diego fans at Petco Park.

2:15 PM: Houston Astros second baseman Jose Altuve broke Craig Biggio's franchise record by getting his 210th hit of the season during Tuesday's game against the Cleveland Indians.

2:00 PM: Newcastle United soccer player Jonas Gutierrez recently revealed that he has been receiving treatment for testicular cancer in his native Argentina.

1:45 PM: After a caller on his Tuesday radio show gushed about the great job he has done, Texas A&M football coach Kevin Sumlin replied: "Thanks, Ellen. You're not related to me, are you?"

1:30 PM: Florida State QB Jameis Winston will be suspended from the first half of Saturday's game against Clemson after making "offensive and vulgar" comments to a crowd at the school's student union on Tuesday.

1:15 PM: A fan of English soccer club Gillingham was arrested for shouting racist abuse at a Peterborough player during a match at Priestfield Stadium Tuesday night.

1:00 PM: A 43-year-old Whitestown, Indiana man was arrested Wednesday on burglary & theft charges over the April robbery of the home of Indiana Pacers player Paul George.

12:45 PM: LSU is investigating a fight between fraternity pledges that took place on the school's Parade Grounds before last Saturday's football game against Louisiana-Monroe.

12:30 PM: Minnesota Twins general manager Terry Ryan said the team is ending its 20-year affiliation deal with the New Britain Rock Cats due to the "uncertainty" of the Double-A team's future. The Rock Cats announced plans to move to Hartford in 2016 but does not have financing for a new stadium.

12:15 PM: Former NFL RB Eric Dickerson, who said he texted Adrian Peterson to "stay strong", admitted that he also hits his kids: "I don't agree with beating them until they bleed or nothing like that, but you have to discipline your children."

12:00 PM: Referencing to what Oregon did to his team two weeks ago, Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio said about facing heavy underdog Eastern Michigan this Saturday: "I'm not interested in taking a timeout before the end of the game to get another seven points."

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