SbB LIVE FROM LA (Mar 8, 2014 @ 9:02pm ET)
7:00 PM: After Cincinnati & Louisville ended up tied atop the American Athletic Conference standings, the #1 seeding for the AAC tournament was decided by a coin flip, won by the Bearcats.
6:45 PM: After beating High Point on a last-second three-pointer on Friday, Winthrop defeated UNC Asheville 80-79 on Saturday to advance to the Big South tournament title game, where the Eagles will face Coastal Carolina on Sunday.
6:30 PM: Iowa State defeated Oklahoma State 85-81 in overtime on Saturday after Cyclones player Naz Long hit a last-second three-pointer at the end of regulation.
6:15 PM: Swindon Town soccer player Nile Ranger, who was cleared of rape charges last week, must return to court to face drunk driving charges.
6:00 PM: After the Miami Marlins reportedly complained about the Boston Red Sox sending a "minor league line-up" to Thursday's spring training game, Red Sox owner John Henry tweeted: "They should apologize for their regular season lineup."
4:45 PM: From The Onion: "NHL Outdoor Games Inspiring More Kids To Go Outside And Play Hockey At Local NFL Stadiums"
4:30 PM: The Hermantown (Minnesota) High School boys' hockey team lost to East Grand Forks 7-3 on Saturday, losing in the Class A championship game for the fifth straight season.
4:15 PM: Amy Senser, wife of former Minnesota Vikings player Joe Senser, had six months of her prison sentence for vehicular homicide transfered to a work release program. Senser was convicted in the 2011 hit & run death of Anousone Phanthavong.
4:00 PM: The Ukraine's Vitaliy Lukyanenko won the first gold medal of the Sochi Paralympics on Saturday by winning the 7.5km visually impaired biathlon. Ukraine has threatened to leave the Paralympics over Russia's occupation of the Crimea.
3:45 PM: West Virginia basketball coach Bob Huggins is contracted to receive a $25,000 bonus for beating Kansas. The Mountaineers defeated the Jayhawks 92-86 on Saturday.
3:30 PM: Milwaukee Bucks guard O.J. Mayo has been suspended one game by the NBA for hitting New Orleans Pelicans center Greg Stiemsma in the throat during Friday's game.
3:15 PM: A day before next season's Iowa-Iowa State football game on September 13, Ames & Iowa City High Schools will also face off in a football contest.
3:00 PM: New Washington Capitals player Dustin Penner offered two game tickets to anyone who would pick him up at the grocery store on Friday since he was without a car.
2:45 PM: The Yale men's hockey team & Minnesota women's hockey team will be among the visitors to the White House on Monday to be honored for their 2013 NCAA titles.
2:30 PM: New Orleans Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins tweeted an apology after previously saying RB Pierre Thomas had been released: "I am not at all sure of what his situation is. Sorry for the panic attack Who Dat Nation! #mybad"