Reports say Everett Golson is no longer enrolled at Notre Dame, though no reason has been given for the change in his status.
IT'S AN HONOR
The Chicago Bears have plans to retire the jersey number of former coach and player Mike Ditka, but they say that's the last one.
A former San Francisco State basketball player was arrested for a murder involving a rapper and Russian mobsters. Read about the story.
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SIGN ME UP
Ryan Clark is getting up there in age and his contract is expiring, but he reportedly would like to get an extension from the Steelers.
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TABLE FOR NONE
Tony Parker recently tried to get a table at an exclusive restaurant in Memphis only to be turned away at the door, but not because he plays for the rival Spurs.
PERKS OF THE JOB
It's official. Mets starter Matt Harvey is having the best year ever, both off the field and on.
The former boxing champ owes over $300,000 in child support payments, so the judge in the case may take away Holyfield's license until he starts to pay up.
Anibal Sanchez got close to throwing the second no-hitter of his career. See what broke it up and how the game finished.
Former Duke basketball player Ryan Kelly got engaged to his longtime girlfriend, who also happens to be Bill Cowher's daughter.
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RIGHT TO REMAIN SILENT
Titus Young appeared in court for his many offenses and reportedly ignored a judge. Read more about his court appearance.
ACTING A FOOL
Tony Allen was fined $5,000 by the NBA for his flop in Game 2 against the San Antonio Spurs. Take a look at the play that cost him.
Via Rumors and Rants
Curtis Granderson is likely headed to the disabled list for the second time this season. See what happened to him this time.
Via Bronx Pinstripes
In 2011, while Brian Kelly was leading the Irish to a 8-5 record, Charlie Weis was nowhere near South Bend, but he was still making more than the team's current coach.
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WHAT TOOK SO LONG?
Mike Ditka may be the most beloved person in the history of the Chicago Bears franchise, and next season, the team will retire #89 in his honor.
GO YOUR OWN WAY
After more than a decade together, the Spurs center and his wife have announced that they are getting a divorce.
JUNK IN THE TRUNK
Raekwon McMillan, a top-rated linebacker recruit from the Class of 2014, reports that Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer told him he has "a linebacker butt."
Via Lost Lettermen
KEEPS ON GIVING
Thunder star Kevin Durant has continued his extremely generous and charitable ways by teaming up with Nike to raise even more funds for tornado relief.
Rangers coach John Tortorella was at his potty-mouthed best when discussing his feelings about Brad Richards after making the veteran a healthy scratch for Game 4.
Via The Other Paper
MOST FOLKS DON'T
New Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan seems motivated to do well with a new team after getting fired from the same position with the Cowboys.
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Texans chairman and CEO Bob McNair and his wife made a $100,000 donation to tornado relief on behalf of their foundation and the Texans organization.
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KEEPING IT CLEAN
After a rough year and a half, Tyrann Mathieu worked out an NFL contract with the Arizona Cardinals. The team, however, has some stipulations worked out due to concerns over his past behavior.
LET'S NOT GO CRAZY HERE
Helio Castroneves, who has won the Indy 500 three times in his career, said he would give up something for one year to win it again this Sunday. What is it?
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