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7:00 PM: A federal judge on Friday issued a temporary restraining order to prevent legal NFL betting at New Jersey's Monmouth Park horse track on Sunday.

6:45 PM: Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson said he had no differences with Percy Harvin after the receiver was traded to the New York Jets: "I'm not sure why the media tries to blow everything out of proportion. It's part of it, I guess. You have to deal with it, but you have to ignore it, too."

6:30 PM: During a recent radio interview, Washington State football coach Mike Leach recalled a recruiting trip while an assistant at Kentucky and remembers New Jersey having "good players but bad football".

6:15 PM: Curt Schilling, who believes his mouth cancer was caused by using chewing tobacco, suggests that Major League Baseball ban it from stadiums & fine players $50,000 for using it: "It will mean catching three or four people and putting the hammer down, and then maybe guys will stop messing around with it."

6:00 PM: Former NBA & current Sydney Kings player Josh Childress was ejected from Friday's game against the Perth Wildcats after throwing a vicious elbow to the face of Perth player Jesse Wagstaff. The Kings would lose to the Wildcats 84-63 for Sydney's 15th straight defeat.

5:45 PM: Oklahoma Union High School football coach Rich Giesen has resigned amid hazing allegations. The Tulsa World reports that in 2009 Giesen was fired as coach of Field Kindley High School in Kansas also over hazing allegations.

5:30 PM: Orlando Magic guard Victor Oladipo is out indefinitely after suffering a facial fracture when he was hit by an elbow during Thursday's practice.

5:15 PM: With Joe Maddon opting out of his contract, former Rays GM & current Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman released a statement on Friday saying Don Mattingly "will be our manager next season and hopefully for a long time to come."

5:00 PM: Indianapolis Colts receiver Reggie Wayne will not play Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers due to a left elbow injury.

4:45 PM: For Saturday's home game against the New Jersey Devils, the Ottawa Senators are asking fans to wear red in honor of Canada's soldiers and first responders. The Senators will also hold a moment of silence for Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, who was shot and killed at the National War Memorial on Wednesday.

4:30 PM: The Wrigley Renovations Twitter account has been posting photos from the construction work being done at the Chicago Cubs' ballpark.

4:15 PM: Boston Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara is expected to be out 4-6 weeks after suffering a ligament tear in his left knee, but will not have to undergo surgery.

4:00 PM: The Charlotte Hornets will re-hang the retired #13 jersey of Bobby Phills in a halftime ceremony during their November 1 game against the Memphis Grizzlies.

3:45 PM: Hickory Flat (Mississippi) High School softball coach Cyndal Cleveland was killed in a three-car accident in Itawamba County on Thursday.

3:30 PM: Piedmont High School in Alabama said it no longer holds public prayers before football games after receiving a letter stating the practice violates the separation of church & state.

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