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6:45 PM: North Dakota State defeated South Dakota 47-7 on Sunday for the Bison's 32nd consecutive victory, marking the 8th longest winning streak in NCAA football history.

6:30 PM: Arkansas football coach Bret Bielema said about offensive lineman Sebastian Tretola thowing a TD pass against UAB on Saturday: "We try to design something that makes as little sense as possible."

6:15 PM: The San Francisco Giants announce that for tonight's Game 4 of the World Series, Mo'ne Davis will throw out the first pitch & Bryan Stow will declare "Play Ball!"

6:00 PM: A Tampa massage therapist claims she was fired from her job because of her boss's Ebola concerns about her planned trip to West Africa. Kimberly Lowe said she was going to visit her sister who works for the U.S. Embassy in Ghana, which has not been affected by the Ebola outbreak.

5:45 PM: Former South African Olympic & world championship runner Mbulaeni Mulaudzi was killed in a car accident Friday while on his way to an athletics meeting in Johannesburg. The 34-year-old Mulaudzi had carried his country's flag at the opening ceremony of the 2004 Athens Olympics.

5:30 PM: Leeds United soccer manager Darko Milanic was fired Saturday after only 32 days on the job. Milanic went winless in his six games with Leeds, including Saturday's 2-1 loss to Wolverhampton.

5:15 PM: If Tennessee upsets Alabama in Knoxville Saturday night, Volunteers players will be allowed to smoke cigars in Neyland Stadium for the only time smoking will be allowed inside the stadium.

5:00 PM: LPGA golfer & San Francisco Giants fan Christina Kim tweets a photo of herself wearing a Buster Posey shirt while on China's Hainan Island competing in the Blue Bay tournament.

4:45 PM: Iowa Hawkeyes linebacker Reggie Spearman was arrested on drunk driving charges in Iowa City early Saturday morning.

4:30 PM: Michael Russo of the Star-Tribune writes how 15 members of the Minnesota Wild's front office managed to escape serious injury after a fire burned down the Wisconsin lake home of team owner Craig Leipold last August.

4:15 PM: The St. Louis Cardinals confirmed Friday that pitcher Adam Wainwright underwent surgery to trim cartilage in his right elbow, but say that Wainwright "should have a normal offseason".

4:00 PM: The Kansas State football team won its 500th game in program history in Saturday's 23-0 victory over Texas. It was also the Wildcats' first-ever shutout of the Longhorns.

3:45 PM: Video of Winnipeg Jets fans at MTS Center holding a moment of silence then singing "O Canada" before Friday's game against the Tampa Bay Lighting.

3:30 PM: Before Friday's Game 3 of the World Series, singer Huey Lewis said that one of the great things about San Francisco is Willie Mays: "Look, Kansas City is a great town, they have George Brett, but how can they have this?"

3:15 PM: The New Orleans Saints are asking fans to wear all black for Sunday night's game against the Green Bay Packers. The Saints have won 16 of their last 17 primetime home games.

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