10:45 AM: Japanese swimmer Naoya Tomita was dismissed from the Asian Games in South Korea after admitting to stealing a $7,500 camera from a South Korean journalist.
10:15 AM: The Kansas City Police Deparment tweeted during Tuesday night's AL Wild Card Game: "We really need everyone to not commit crimes and drive safely right now. We'd like to hear the @Royals clinch this."
9:00 PM: Former UConn & current Maryland football coach Randy Edsall made a donation to help complete funding for a memorial statue in honor of Jasper Howard. Howard was a Huskies cornerback who was stabbed to death hours after UConn's 2009 homecoming win against Louisville.
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
7:15 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".
6:30 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.
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