2:30 PM: In a recent interview with Yahoo Sports, Duke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski said about his future: "I do not see an end of my road in my college coaching."
2:15 PM: Illinois offensive lineman Simon Cvijanovic said about his team during Monday's Big Ten Media Day: "We're hungry. We're angry to win. we're pissed off."
1:45 PM: WEEI radio announced Friday that host Kirk Minihane would be suspended for a week without pay for his disparaging comments about Erin Andrews. MInihane's suspension came after Fox Sports said it would pull all advertising from WEEI & other Entercom-owned stations.
1:30 PM: Former University of Georgia sprinter Torrin Lawrence died in a car accident near Cordele, Georgia early Monday morning. Lawrence had set new SEC & NCAA track records before graduating in 2013.
1:15 PM: Former New York Yankees manager & new Baseball Hall of Fame member Joe Torre issued an apology for not mentioning George Steinbrenner in his induction speech.
1:00 PM: Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert said on Monday about contract talks with QB Ben Roethlisberger: "I don't see any circumstances where Ben does not finish his career here."
12:45 PM: Four members of an Ethiopian track team were reported missing in Eugene, Oregon on Saturday, where they were competing in the IAAF World Junior Championships.
12:30 PM: Lowell Spinners owner Drew Weber lost his 2013 Boston Red Sox championship ring at a Manhattan restaurant, but it was found & returned by restaurant owner & Yankees fan Luigi Militello.
12:00 PM: After offensive lineman Jason Pinkston tweeted to let the Cleveland Browns explain his absence from training camp, the Browns released a statement Monday saying that Pinkston "has not been medically cleared to participate".
11:45 AM: In the final sporting event to be held at Candlestick Park Sunday, Atletico Madrid defeated the San Jose Earthquakes 4-3 in a shootout in front of 15,556 fans.
11:30 AM: A mob of 150 people in Gujranwala, Pakistan attacked a group of a separate Muslim sect and killed a woman & her two granddaughters over accusations of a "blasphemous" post on Facebook.
11:00 AM: One person died and seven others were injured when a rare lightning storm struck Venice Beach, California for 15 minutes Sunday afternoon.
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