4:30 PM: Michael Russo of the Star-Tribune writes how 15 members of the Minnesota Wild's front office managed to escape serious injury after a fire burned down the Wisconsin lake home of team owner Craig Leipold last August.
4:15 PM: The St. Louis Cardinals confirmed Friday that pitcher Adam Wainwright underwent surgery to trim cartilage in his right elbow, but say that Wainwright "should have a normal offseason".
3:45 PM: Video of Winnipeg Jets fans at MTS Center holding a moment of silence then singing "O Canada" before Friday's game against the Tampa Bay Lighting.
3:30 PM: Before Friday's Game 3 of the World Series, singer Huey Lewis said that one of the great things about San Francisco is Willie Mays: "Look, Kansas City is a great town, they have George Brett, but how can they have this?"
2:15 PM: Carney Saupitty, an employee at the Comanche National Museum & Culture center in Oklahoma, says about the Washington Redskins' name: "In my lifetime, I don't think it will really change. The Native American population is so small, that's why. Unlike our black friends, or our Mexican friends, there are not enough of us."
2:00 PM: Carlisle (Iowa) High School softball coach Jim Flaws was arrested on cocaine possession charges Thursday. Flaws has been at Carlisle for the past 29 years and is a member of the Iowa Girls Coaches Association Hall of Fame.
1:45 PM: North Carolina basketball coach Roy Williams said on Friday he was "dumbfounded" by Wednesday's released report of the Tar Heels' academic fraud scandal in which over 3,000 student-athletes were given good grades in phony classes.
1:30 PM: A high school football game at Atlanta's Lakewood Stadium was called off Friday night after a shooting took place in the stadium parking lot. One 17-year-old suspect was shot in the arm by an off-duty police officer and arrested.
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