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8:30 PM: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be holding practice at Tropicana Field on Wednesday & Thursday to help prepare for next Sunday's game at the Superdome against the New Orleans Saints.

8:15 PM: The Federal Trade Commission said a Hillsboro, Oregon clothing company agreed to pay a $230,000 settlement over false advertising claims that its caffeine-infused underwear helped people lose weight.

8:00 PM: Kansas City Chiefs safety Husain Abdullah tweeted about the reaction to his Monday night post-TD slide & prayer and accompanying penalty: "I appreciate the overwhelming love and support flowing from all over the world. #Peace

7:45 PM: Kobe Bryant said that his first practice under new Lakers head coach Byron Scott was the "most running I've ever done in an NBA practice."

7:30 PM: A Dr. Phillips (Florida) High School student was forced to remove a "Trojan condom man" costume he wore for the school's "character day" during homecoming week.

7:15 PM: McGill University football coach Clint Uttley resigned Tuesday over the school's handling of running back Luis-Andres Guimont-Mota, who was arrested last week on charges of assaulting his wife.

7:00 PM: The Denver Nuggets say that the attendance of their team mascot Rocky at a Colorado Republican Party rally on Monday was "an unsanctioned, unpaid appearance that we had no knowledge of".

6:45 PM: Miami Heat backup center Justin Hamilton is expected to be out three weeks after undergoing heart surgery on Monday to fix an irregular heartbeat.

6:30 PM: The University of Minnesota will be putting the Little Brown Jug trophy on public display at TCF Bank Stadium Wednesday & Thursday evening. The Gophers defeated Michigan last Saturday to win the trophy for only the second time since 1986.

6:15 PM: Jewish students at the University of Georgia are upset that this year's homecoming football game against Vanderbilt will take place on Yom Kippur, meaning the students won't be able to attend the game.

6:00 PM: Former Glasgow Rangers owner Craig Whyte has received a 15-year ban from being a company director in the U.K. over his financial misdealings with the Scottish soccer club.

5:45 PM: The Encinal (California) High School football team has forfeited this Friday's scheduled game against Alameda after many Encinal players were suspended over a bench-clearing brawl during last week's game against Antelope Center.

5:30 PM: Shadle Park (Washington) High School QB Brett Rypien, nephew of former Super Bowl MVP Mark Rypien, has signed with Boise State.

5:15 PM: Cornell has hired Elizabeth Garrett as the university's first-ever female president. Garrett replaces David Skorton, who is leaving to become the new secretary of the Smithsonian Institution.

5:00 PM: The Oakland Raiders on Tuesday named Tony Sparano as their interim head coach to replace the fired Dennis Allen.

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