The Gamecocks and Bulldogs battle it out in a matchup that usually sees two of the SEC East’s best.
Brayden Thornbury, a standout Ohio high school football player, has been declared brain dead after a car accident. His family now face the agonizing decision about when to take him off life support.
Wrestling nostalgia junkies might remember Pettengill from his WWE days, but now he’s taking a much more serious tone.
San Franciso 49ers announcer Ted Robinson was suspended two games by the team for insensitive comments he made on the radio about domestic violence.
Another brush with the law for Zimmerman.
Last week the Rainbow Warriors scored 23 points in the second half to give me a winning week, albeit a 6-5 week. But winning is winning, as Charlie Sheen would say, and I will take it after my disastrous Week 1. Hopefully it starts to get a little easier, but it will probably get worse before it gets better if history is any guide.
Baltimore Orioles slugger Chris Davis has been suspended 25 games after testing positive for amphetamines.
Erika Murray will appear in court in Blackstone, Massachusetts, after three dead babies were found in a home. The dead infants were found among used diapers and vermin.
T.J. Lane, the school shooter at Chardon High in Ohio who infamously wore a “Killer” T-shirt to his sentencing, escaped the medium-security Allen Correctional Institution. He was caught five hours later, 100 yards away.