8:00 PM: Video of Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano - who has been undergoing treatment for leukemia - speaking to the team in the locker room after Sunday's 23-20 win over the Miami Dolphins.
7:45 PM: South Carolina football coach Steve Spurrier said Sunday that running back Marcus Lattimore underwent surgery on his dislocated knee on Friday: "And hopefully everybody will leave him alone for a while."
7:30 PM: Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III after Sunday's loss to the Carolina Panthers: "The media will say your record is what you are, but I don't feel like that our record is what we are."
7:15 PM: Fox NFL analyst Terry Bradshaw described a TD run by Miami Dolphins RB Reggie Bush "like he was chasing a bucket of chicken that was blowing in the wind the other day."
7:00 PM: A University of Arkansas women's track team runner was arrested on public intoxication & disorderly conduct charges after police found her walking barefoot from the hospital.
6:45 PM: Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco is now 10-0 against the Cleveland Browns, tying John Elway's QB record for most wins against one opponent without a loss.
6:30 PM: Georgia senior receiver Marlon Brown is out for the rest of the season after suffering an injured ACL during Saturday's win over Ole Miss.
6:15 PM: USC's noon kickoff time for next Saturday's home game against Arizona State is the earliest at the L.A. Coliseum since 1998.
6:00 PM: Before Sunday's AAA Texas 500 race, Kevin Harvick's car was dented by a parachuter who was trying to land in the infield of Texas Motor Speedway.
5:45 PM: Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams said about Houston Texans fans booing him during Sunday's game: "If it'd have been quiet I would've felt something different. I know you're thinking about me."
5:30 PM: When asked about squashing rumors of Ole Miss removing its name from its football helmets, Rebels A.D. Ross Bjork responded on Twitter: "Squash!!!!"
5:15 PM: The Double-A Reading Phillies are changing its name for the first time since 1967. The team will announce its new name at an event on Saturday, November 17.
5:00 PM: For Halloween, former tennis player Steffi Graf dressed as singer Bjork, while Andre Agassi dressed as Guns 'n' Roses guitarist Slash.
4:45 PM: Kentucky football coach Joker Phillips released a statement after A.D. Mitch Barnhart announced Phillips would be gone at the end of the season: "We, as coaches, are measured on results. We didn't get the results we had worked and hoped for, therefore change is needed"
4:30 PM: Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck set a new NFL single-game rookie passing record with 433 yards in Sunday's win over the Miami Dolphins. And The Iron Sheik tweets: "Andrew Luck not lucky he the real so far so excellent"