9:00 PM: TheLocal.de profiles Wolfgang Engels, who in 1963 stole an armored vehicle and crashed through the Berlin Wall in an escape attempt. Engels was shot twice by East German guards but was rescued by a group of patrons drinking at a nearby West Berlin bar.
8:00 PM: Through his attorney, Cleveland Browns receiver Josh Gordon pleaded guilty to speeding charges in Berea (Ohio) Municipal Court on Friday. Gordon was ordered to pay $344 in fines & court costs.
7:45 PM: Golfer Lee Westwood hit a hole-in-one on the 11th hole of Friday's PGA Tour Malaysian Open in Kuala Lumpur on Friday. Westwood won the European Tour's Malaysian Open on the same course last April.
7:30 PM: For tonight's game against the L.A. Kings, the Detroit Red Wings are giving out "Get Well Gordie" signs as Gordie Howe recovers from a stroke. Fans at Joe Louis Arena will also be able to sign larger "get well" signs for Howe.
5:00 PM: Mark Kaboly of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Reivew reports Steelers cornerback William Gay was not fined by the NFL for wearing purple cleats during last Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts. Gay was wearing the cleats to promote domestic violence awareness.
4:45 PM: Grigor Dimitrov, who did not qualify for the season-ending ATP World Tour Finals, does not want to go as an alternate: "If I go, it is because I deserved to be there, not hope someone gets hurt so I get to play. So no, I don't think it's my thing."
4:30 PM: Florida A&M alum Al Lawson, whose name is on the Rattlers' home basketball arena, criticized the school & athletic director Kellen Winslow Sr. for firing football coach Earl Holmes during homecoming week: "There's no one - not even in high school - that would interrupt homecoming."
4:15 PM: Two South Carolina high school football players face assault charges over a brawl that broke out in the handshake line following a game between Camden & Dreher. Both teams have been banned from the state playoffs over the brawl.
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