1:15 PM: Cleveland Browns QB Brian Hoyer said on Wednesday about Sunday's loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars: "I'm just angry. Even my wife says she doesn't even want to be around me. She doesn't want to be around me when we win, too, because I'm so critical."
1:00 PM: The International Olympic Committee on Wednesday granted provisional recognition to Kosovo, which could compete in its first Olympics in Rio de Janeiro in 2016. But Serbia has filed an official protest, claiming Kosovo is still part of their country.
12:45 PM: Ohio State filed court papers Thursday saying former band director Jonathan Waters misled investigators and concealed the "sexual culture" around the band. The school also claimed Waters once proposed to punish a band member who reported a sexual assault, and also had a calendar of "nearly nude male students" in his office.
12:30 PM: Following a 7-2 loss Wednesday night, Sudbury Wolves coach Paul Fixter exchanged heated words with Sault Star reporter Peter Ruicci, with Fixter telling Riucci: "F*** you! Don't f***ing talk to me like that!"
11:45 AM: Five plastics companies have given $1.2 million in a referendum effort to overturn California's recently signed single-use plastic bag ban.
11:00 AM: The father of a Chuckey Doak (PA) High School students has filed a $10.5 million lawsuit against assistant wrestling coach Deaton Myers and the Greene County school district on claims that Myers sexually assaulted his son in a motel during a tournament in Knoxville.
10:30 AM: The Clarion-Ledger reports an email flyer sent by the Mississippi Republican Party for Senator Thad Cochran's re-election campaign may have violated NCAA rules by featuring photos of Ole Miss & Mississippi State football players.
10:15 AM: Denver Broncos practice squad safety John Boyett was arrested on third-degree assault charges in Greenwood Village early Wednesday morning. Boyett was arrested last year after an altercation with police outside an Indianapolis bar & was released by the Colts the next day.
10:00 AM: Police say Deshler (Alabama) High School football coach Jake Linville died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound behind his parents' house in Tennessee on Sunday. Linville was in his first season as Deshler head coach.
9:00 PM: Former Denver Broncos QB Marlin Briscoe, who in 1968 became the first black starting quarterback in the American Football League, had a street named after him in his hometown of Omaha in a ceremony held on Wednesday.
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