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2:15 PM: Texas Tech has signed football coach Kliff Kingsbury to a contract extension through the 2020 season.

2:00 PM: Awful Announcing reports that Yahoo Sports NHL blogger Harrison Mooney was fired after he was accused of sexually harassing women through texts and Twitter messages.

1:45 PM: Maryland receiver Levern Jacobs & safety A.J. Hendy have been suspended for the 2014 season after being involved in an assault last month.

1:30 PM: James Franklin won his first game as Penn State coach as the Nittany Lions defeated Central Florida 26-24 Saturday in Dublin, Ireland.

1:15 PM: A Friday night Ohio high school football game between Garfield Heights & Collinwood was called off in the 3rd quarter after fights broke out on the field & in the stands.

1:00 PM: UTSA defeated Houston 27-7 Friday night to move to 4-0 in season openers since starting their football program in 2011.

12:45 PM: San Francisco Giants visiting clubhouse manager Harvey Hodgerney was excused from working Friday's game against the Milwaukee Brewers so he could take his wife out for their 50th anniversary.

12:30 PM: A Princeton University dining employee & U.S. Navy veteran claims the school is threatening to fire him over his use of medical marijuana. Don DeZarn says he was prescribed the marijuana to treat his inflammatory bowel disease and post-traumatic stress disorder.

12:15 PM: The Seattle Mariners announced that minor league player Jesus Montero & team scout Butch Baccala are both done for the season after an altercation in Boise, Idaho. Montero allegedly threw an ice cream sandwich at Baccala after being heckled by him during a game.

12:00 PM: Former Eastern Michigan football player turned Oklahoma City cop Daniel Holtzclaw was charged Friday with sexually assaulting eight women while on duty and threatening to arrest them. Holtzclaw may also face hate crime charges as all his alleged victims were black.

9:00 PM: profiles Pinups & Pints, a newly opened combination strip club & microbrewery in Medway, Ohio.

8:45 PM: San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili tweeted on Friday a photo of himself with his new statue recently erected in Buenos Aires.

8:30 PM: The Orlando Sentinel reports that public high school teams in Orange County, Florida will no longer be allowed to have chaplains lead teams in pre-game prayers .

8:15 PM: The Miami Herald will not cover Florida International's home football game Saturday against Bethune-Cookman after FIU denied a press credential to Herald beat writer David J. Neal.

8:00 PM: For Saturday's game against Clemson, Georgia will wear a special helmet decal in honor of Dan Magill, the Bulldogs' former sports information director who died last Saturday at the age of 93.

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