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7:30 PM: Kansas City Royals pitcher James Shields, who will start in Tuesday's Game 1 of the World Series, revealed he was dealing with a kidney stone during the ALCS.

7:15 PM: The University of North Carolina announces that a report on an academic fraud scandal involving Tar Heel athletes is scheduled to be released on Wednesday.

7:00 PM: After criticizing Soldier Field fans for the halftime boos during Sunday's loss to the Miami Dolphins, Chicago Bears right guard Kyle Long said on Monday: "It was wrong for me to point fingers at the fans."

6:45 PM: Oklahoma State football players Jhajuan Seales & Juwan Offray were arrested on public intoxication charges after both players were found asleep in a vehicle in a Whataburger drive-thru early Sunday morning.

6:30 PM: Former Pasadena (Texas) High School teacher & assistant cheerleader coach Ashley Zehnder was arrested for having a sexual relationship with a male student at the school. Zehnder also allegedly sent a nude photo of herself to the student.

6:15 PM: Carolina Panthers linebacker Chase Blackburn says the NFL should issue an apology to Luke Kuechly after Kuechly was ejected for making contact with an official during Sunday's game against the Green Bay Packers.

6:00 PM: Alma (Michigan) College football player Ron Johnson was arrested on domestic violence charges last month for allegedly hitting his girlfriend in the face and keying her car.

5:45 PM: In order to entice players to their school, a recent Stanford football recruiting letter mentions that Cardinal graduates earn $42,000 more per year than grads of other Top 25 schools.

5:30 PM: Florida State football coach Jimbo Fisher ended an interview session in Birmingham on Monday when he was asked questions about Jameis Winston's off-field issues: "I don't want to get into this. The questions weren't supposed to be asked today. I'm done."

5:15 PM: Cheryl Prentice, a woman who lost the fingers on her right hand in a 1989 accident, says that Six Flags St. Louis would not allow her on a Mr. Freeze ride Saturday night although she claims to have been allowed on the ride numerous times before.

5:00 PM: Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden said on Monday that Colt McCoy will start at QB next Monday night against the Dallas Cowboys if Robert Griffin III isn't yet healthy enough to return.

4:45 PM: San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said about Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver apologizing to the fans for the Spurs not sending their best players for last Thursday's preseason game: "The only thing that surprises me is that he didn't say it in a chicken suit."

4:30 PM: The Clemson Football Twitter account posted a Get Well Soon message for former Tigers RB C.J. Spiller, who suffered a season-ending broken collarbone injury in the Buffalo Bills 17-16 win over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.

4:15 PM: Former Chicago Bears player Dan Hampton said that current coach Marc Trestman's practice of rotating captains for each game is like running a daycare: "The guys that the team votes as captains should be captains every week. Not a bunch of touchy-feely, we're going to pass out juice boxes."

4:00 PM: Arizona Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer, who is accused of assaulting his wife, had his bond lowered from $25,000 to $10,000 and will not have to wear an ankle monitoring bracelet as he awaits trial.

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