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Rebels with cause: Fans pay for fine, damage

Ole Miss fans were so thrilled to beat Alabama on Saturday that they’re paying for the damage they did and the fine imposed by the SEC through a crowd-funding platform. View full post on

Poker great Ivey loses $12.4M court battle

Ten-time World Series of Poker winner Phil Ivey has lost his case against a British casino he accused of improperly withholding his winnings. View full post on

Ranking officer: Rice consumed by role, games

College Football Playoff committee member Condoleezza Rice is enjoying her role, which comes with watching scores of games. View full post on

Muschamp: Florida QB facing serious charge

Florida coach Will Muschamp is dealing with two off-the-field issues, a sexual assault allegation that he called a “very serious charge” and a fight between teammates that he labeled a “tremendous misunderstanding.” View full post on

Bosh hasn’t talked to LeBron since breakup

Miami Heat center Chris Bosh raised some eyebrows Tuesday when he said he hasn’t talked to LeBron James since he returned to the Cleveland Cavaliers. View full post on

Ex-QB McCarron: Bama lacks ‘true leaders’

Former Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron said the Crimson Tide lacks “true leaders” and insinuated that coach Nick Saban had pulled back the reins on offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin during Saturday’s loss at Ole Miss. View full post on

Four Wizards suspended for leaving bench

DeJuan Blair, Nene, Daniel Orton and Xavier Silas of the Washington Wizards have each been suspended for one game for leaving their team’s bench area in Monday’s preseason game against the Chicago Bulls. View full post on

Bengals star Green carted off during practice

Pro Bowl receiver A.J. Green was carted off at the start of the Cincinnati Bengals’ practice Wednesday after apparently aggravating an injury to his right big toe View full post on

Lions’ Johnson dealing with high ankle sprain

Calvin Johnson said he will need rest and treatment to recover from the high right ankle sprain he suffered against Green Bay last month and aggravated on Sunday against the Buffalo Bills. View full post on

Peterson trial tentatively set to begin Dec. 1

A tentative date of Dec. 1 has been set for Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson to stand trial on a felony child abuse charge, his attorney, Rusty Hardin said Wednesday. View full post on

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