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Texas football coach suspected of ordering hit on referee loses job

The assistant San Antonio high school football coach thought to have ordered his players to blindside a referee during a game no longer works for the Texas school district that employed him, a school official told an investigation panel on Thursday.


Lawyer for accuser of NHL’s Kane sees possible evidence tampering

The attorney for a woman accusing NHL star Patrick Kane of sexual assault said on Wednesday an evidence bag that once contained the case's rape kit was delivered anonymously to the home of the accuser's mother.


Plenty at stake in season-ending Tour Championship

It is a numbers game at this week's Tour Championship, with numerals one, three, five and 10 dominating conversation at East Lake Golf Club.


WATCH: Fantasy Football week 3 sleepers

Check out this weeks' top 5 sleepers.


WATCH: Yankees remember Yogi Berra

The Yankees' broadcast remembers Yogi Berra with a touching tribute before they take on the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre.


Thursday’s Sports Minute

Here's a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Thursday, Sept. 24.


Cam Newton heading to Nickelodeon

The Panthers quarterback will host a TV show aimed at inspiring children to follow their dreams.


The 5 worst contracts in the NFL

Not all investments yield winning returns.


WATCH: 5 goals in 9 minutes

Robert Lewandowski scores all 5 of Bayern Munich's goals in just 9 minutes.


Bucks get a new home

The Milwaukee Common Council has approved funding for a new arena for the NBA Bucks, putting in place the final $47 million of public funding needed to replace 27-year-old BMO Harris Bradley Center.


Baseball legend Yogi Berra dead at 90

Yogi Berra, a Hall of Fame catcher for the New York Yankees whose mangled syntax made him one of the sports world's most beloved and frequently quoted figures, has died.


Wednesday’s Sports Minute

Here's a look at some of the sports stories making news today, Wednesday, Sept. 23.


Pistorius appeal set for Nov. 3, state wants murder conviction

Oscar Pistorius should have been convicted of murder for killing his girlfriend, South African state prosecutors will argue at an appeal hearing set for Nov. 3, the supreme court of appeal said on Tuesday.


‘Ragnar’ the Vikings mascot wants $20K a game, will watch from home now

This team mainstay has never thrown a pass, made a tackle or split the uprights with a kick.


FIFA to brief executive committee on US, Swiss probes

FIFA will update its executive committee members this week on the American and Swiss corruption investigations which involve some of them.


PGA: Shots of the week

Check out the top five shots of the week from the 2015 BMW Championship featuring Bubba Watson, Jason Day, and Jordan Spieth.


Tuesday’s Sports Minute

Here is a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Tuesday, Sept. 22.


Former NHL star Theo Fleury puts his life story to music

Theo Fleury's life story reads like a country song so it seems only natural that the former hockey star decided to try his hand at country music.


Big-Ten tops the poll

Ohio State and Michigan State of the Big-Ten hold down the top two spots in the new Associated Press Top-25 poll.


WATCH: Top fantasy performers of NFL week 2

Check out which players made the biggest fantasy impact during Week 2.

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