SbB LIVE FROM LA (Dec 21, 2014 @ 5:04pm ET)
Comments | SbB Live RSS Feed

6:15 PM: KTLA reports a 15-year-old Downey (CA) High School student was sent to the hospital with broken facial bones after being attacked by a 16-year-old classmate in the school's locker room on Thursday.

6:00 PM: The New York Daily News reports that the Yankees will pay for the education of the children of Rafael Ramos, a NYPD officer who was shot & killed with his partner Wenjian Liu in their squad car Saturday. The Yankee Silver Shield Foundation was set up in 2010 for the children of slain NYPD officers.

5:45 PM: The St. Petersburg city council voted against a measure Thursday that would allow the Tampa Bay Rays to look for a new stadium site in Pinellas & Hillsborough Counties because the Rays refused to give up its right to 50 percent of development proceeds at the Tropicana Field site.

5:30 PM: New York Jets coach Rex Ryan said after Sunday's 17-16 loss to the New England Patriots to drop to 3-12 on the season: "I really thought it was going to be our day."

5:15 PM: Former NFL coach Mike Shanahan said on Sunday when asked if he would coach again: "One thing I want to do is win. So, it's not just coaching but going to the right organization that would make a strong commitment. There's only one team that's happy at the end of the year - that's the team that wins the Super Bowl."

5:00 PM: Cincinnati associate head basketball coach Larry Davis said about head coach Mick Cronin, who missed Saturday's loss against VCU after being diagnosed with a brain aneurysm: "He wouldn't let a doctor advise him how to coach a team and he's not going to advise a doctor. But I know this. He's a competitive guy. As soon as the doctor says he's OK, he'll be back."

4:45 PM: San Diego Chargers QB Philip Rivers played Saturday's 38-35 overtime win against the San Francisco 49ers with a bulging disk in his lower back that may require offseason surgery.

4:30 PM: The family of Gordie Howe said the NHL Hall of Famer has made a "truly miraculous" improvement after undergoing stem cell treatment earlier this month by Dr. Maynard Howe (no relation).

4:15 PM: Video of Detroit Lions center Dominic Raiola stomping on the ankle of Chicago Bears defensive tackle Ego Ferguson during Sunday's game.

4:00 PM: The Harvard men's basketball team tied an NCAA shot-clock era record by making only one field goal basket in the first half of Sunday's 76-27 loss to Virginia.

3:45 PM: Video of the Calgary Flames scoring an own goal into their empty net during a delayed penalty call in Saturday's game against the Vancouver Canucks. The Flames would go on to lose 3-2 in overtime for their eighth straight defeat.

3:30 PM: With Saturday's 16-3 victory over Nevada in the New Orleans Bowl, Louisiana-Lafayette became the first college football team to win the same bowl game in four straight seasons.

3:15 PM: The Coloradoan reports on Colorado State fans on Twitter voicing their displeasure with ex-football coach Jim McElwain appearing on ABC's Las Vegas Bowl telecast on Saturday. McElwain left the Rams to take over at Florida.

3:00 PM: Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens says about his young team: "There's a power to being naive. There's a power to being, like, 'I don't know. I'm just going to go play.' So these young guys get a chance to play. Not everybody's getting a chance to do that."

2:45 PM: Penn State defeated BYU 25-21, 26-24, 25-14 on Saturday to win its seventh NCAA women's volleyball national title.

← previous entries