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3:00 PM: San Francisco Giants third base coach & musician Tim Flannery posted on Facebook that he is leaving the team after nine years.

2:45 PM: Western Carolina football coach Mark Speir said he regretted calling Kirk Herbstreit a "primma donna" who played with a "silver spoon in his moth" after Herbstreit criticized Alabama for scheduling the FCS Catamounts.

2:30 PM: 42-year-old former NHL player Donald Brashear has signed with Swedish hockey club MODO.

2:15 PM: From The Onion: "Jason Garrett Insists He Can Trace Coaching Tree Back To Mayflower"

2:00 PM: Pablo Sandoval said on Tuesday about leaving the San Francisco Giants to sign with the Boston Red Sox: "I want a new challenge ... I need a new challenge."

1:45 PM: In Monday night's basketball game against Louisville, Savannah State did not score its first points until 15:58 into the first half and would go on to lose 87-26. Cardinals coach Rick Pitino said afterwards he won't watch the game film: "You get nothing out of this. You feel bad for the other team."

1:30 PM: Minnesota Golden Gophers basketball player Daquein McNeil has been suspended after his arrest on domestic assault charges on Monday.

1:15 PM: The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference has suspended 21 football players after a brawl broke out during Saturday's Norfolk State-South Carolina State game. The 25-minute brawl allegedly began when an SC State player headbutted Norfolk coach Pete Adrian.

1:00 PM: Former Washington Redskins player Fred Smoot was arrested on domestic assault charges in Ashburn, Virginia on Sunday.

12:45 PM: Former UNLV basketball coach Jerry Tarkanian was released from the hospital Monday night after spending the last week being treated for pneumonia.

12:30 PM: A photo roaming the Internet of a crane removing the "UM" from "Ohio Stadium" does not mean Ohio State is changing its stadium sign for Saturday's home game against Michigan.

12:15 PM: Minnesota Timberwolves guard Kevin Martin is expected to be out for 6-8 weeks after undergoing surgery on his fractured right wrist on Tuesday.

12:00 PM: Twitter account The Poet's Pulpit notes that new mascot for the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics looks a bit like Bruce McCulloch's "Cabbage Head" character from "The Kids In The Hall".

11:45 AM: The College Football Playoff announced that Sting & Lenny Kravitz will be performing in Dallas before the January 12 national title game.

11:30 AM: Spanish soccer club Valencia released a statement Tuesday saying DC Comics had filed a trademark objection to the club's new bat logo for being too similar to DC's Batman logo, but DC did not file a lawsuit against the club.

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