12:15 PM: The Jacksonville Jaguars announced a new 10-year, $43 million naming rights deal for EverBank Field, but the team is asking the city of Jacksonville to waive its right to collect 25 percent of the money from the deal.
12:00 PM: Auburn cornerback Jonathon Mincy has been accepted into a pre-trial diversion program over his June 27 marijuana arrest, and will likely have his charges dropped once he completes the program.
7:30 PM: 17 Minnesota state legislators are calling on Vikings owner Zygi Wulf to release the full report on the investigation of anti-gay remarks made by special teams coordinator Mike Preifer. The legislators also say that Preifer's three-game suspension is too lenient.
7:15 PM: Officials in Wichita Falls, Texas say a city worker was stung at least 1,000 times by Africanized killer bees when he & two co-workers were attacked by the bees at a local park on Thursday. The bees came from a hive that was described as "big as a basketball".
6:45 PM: Indiana women's basketball coach Curt Miller announced his resignation on Friday after two seasons with the Hooisers, citing "personal health and family reasons". Miller had suffered a mild stroke during a game while coaching for Bowling Green in 2012.
6:30 PM: Miles Reme, a 20-year-old former Fort Lee (New Jersey) High School baseball player, was killed in a car crash early Thursday morning that seriously injured two other former Fort Lee athletes. Reme was a passenger in a car that swerved and crashed into the side of a building.
6:00 PM: Shandel Richardson of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel tweeted from Friday's Miami Dolphins media session: "Dolphins owner Stephen Ross just asked the media, 'Why is everyone here?' A writer responded, 'LeBron left.'"
5:15 PM: The attorney for former Minnesota & Rutgers QB Philip Nelson has been granted access to head & spine CT scans of Isaac Kolstad. Nelson & Trevor Shelley are accused of assaulting Kolstad outside a Mankato, Minnesota bar last May and causing traumatic head injures.
5:00 PM: Malaysian cyclist Azizulhasni Awang was reprimanded by his team for wearing "Save Gaza" gloves during the men's sprint at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow on Thursday. But Awang will still be allowed to compete at the Games.
4:45 PM: After Stephen A. Smith implied on Friday's First Take that some women were to blame for being victims of domestic violence, ESPN colleague Michelle Beadle responded: "Violence isn't the victim's issue. It's the abuser's. To insinuate otherwise is irresponsible and disgusting."
4:30 PM: Arizona football coach Rich Rodriguez said on Friday about Oregon's football facilities: "They change 'em out like port-o-potties. We don't have Brazilian hard wood floors but they're clean."
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