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  • Clippers Sign Doc Rivers to Contract Extension

    Clippers sign coach Doc Rivers to contract extension through 2019

  • Judge OKs $25,000 Bond for Boxer Jermain Taylor

    Judge sets $25K bond for boxer Jermain Taylor after shooting, OKs request to travel for bout

  • Leonard Finds a Charity to Come First Before Golf

    With a chance to help his season, Justin Leonard takes a break for a cause

  • Advocates Want to See NFL Act on Domestic Violence

    Domestic violence experts watching, waiting to see what NFL does following Ray Rice suspension

  • Michael Sam still on Rams roster

    EARTH CITY, Mo. -- Michael Sam remains on the St. Louis Rams' roster after the team made the necessary moves to get to the league maximum of 75 players. To reach that number, the Rams made four moves Tuesday afternoon, including placing quarterback Sam Bradford and center Demetrius Rhaney on injured reserve. St. Louis also released safety Matt Daniels and defensive end Sammy Brown. That Sam made it through the first round of cuts is of little surprise after he posted two sacks against the Cleveland Browns on Saturday night. Through three preseason games, Sam -- the first openly gay active player in NFL history -- has five tackles and three sacks. Rams coaches' film review also credits the rookie defensive end with two quarterback pressures and a quarterback hit. Although Sam has done some work on special teams as a blocker, Rams coach Jeff Fisher emphasized Tuesday that Sam will be judged...

  • Serious Questions for United After Cup Humiliation

    Manchester United, Van Gaal facing serious questions after humiliating exit in League Cup

  • Bumgarner Flirts With Perfection in 3-0 Giants Win

    Bumgarner pitches one-hit gem to lead Giants to 3-0 win over Rockies

  • What to Watch at Open: Will Sharapova Foe Take TO?

    What to watch on Day 3 at US Open: Sharapova jokes players should pay to take medical timeout

  • Women's World Cup Turf War Heats Up

    Women's players say a World Cup on artificial turf amounts to discrimination

  • Josh Shaw's story questioned

    LOS ANGELES -- USC football coach Steve Sarkisian said the school has received several calls questioning the authenticity of Josh Shaw's story about saving his nephew from potentially drowning and is investigating the matter. Shaw said he suffered a pair of high ankle sprains Saturday night after jumping from the second story of an apartment complex to save his 7-year-old nephew, who was struggling in the pool. Shaw said his nephew did not know how to swim. "Josh Shaw, first and foremost, is a good person and a good kid," Sarkisian said after Tuesday's practice. "He came to us with what had occurred Saturday night, and I have no reason and no history to not believe Josh and his story and what has occurred. Within the last few hours or so, we've gotten a few phone calls contradicting what Josh said occurred Saturday night, so we're going to continue to vet. We're looking at it. Beyond that, I only know what I know. Josh is adamant with...

  • Sarkisian: USC Looking Into Shaw's Heroic Story

    USC is investigating CB Josh Shaw's story of injury while saving nephew from drowning

  • UNC Probing Report of Alleged Hazing Incident

    No. 23 North Carolina investigating report of alleged hazing involving football players

  • Bold CFB predictions for 2014

    1. Florida will return to the land of the living. Athletic director Jeremy Foley has spoken forcefully in support of head coach Will Muschamp. That's not necessarily unusual, Foley speaks forcefully about what he had for breakfast. But it is significant, a sign that Foley believes the problems that led to a 4-8 record last season have been resolved. Florida is healthy again (problem 1); the offense has been retooled with the hiring of coordinator Kurt Roper (problem 2); and Florida is healthy again (it should be restated, because when 17 guys get hurt, including eight starters, that's a lot). 2. Baylor will not make the College Football Playoff. The Bears' nonconference schedule includes SMU, Northwestern State and Buffalo. Was Incarnate Word not available? No other team in the Big 12 has a nonconference schedule without an opponent from the other big conferences. Baylor, like every other Big 12 team, has to fight the perception...

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