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Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps arrested

Legendary Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all time, was arrested early Tuesday in Maryland on a DUI charge, according to the Maryland Transportation Authority.

Phelps, known as the "Baltimore Bullet" and winner of 18…

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Tigers send out Scherzer for Game 1 of ALDS

Right-hander Max Scherzer will be the Game 1 starter for the Detroit Tigers in their American League Division Series against the Baltimore Orioles, the team announced Tuesday.

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Sparano named Raiders' interim coach

The Oakland Raiders announced Tuesday that Tony Sparano will take over as he team's interim head coach.

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Michigan AD admits 'mistakes' handling Morris injury

Contradicting comments from head coach Brady Hoke the day before, Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon said in a statement sent at 12:50 a.m. Tuesday that mistakes were made in handling quarterback Shane Morris' "probable, minor concussion."

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NC State's Doeren offers apology to Florida State

North Carolina State coach Dave Doeren apologized Tuesday for implying that Florida State faked injuries during the Seminoles' 56-41 victory over the Wolfpack on Saturday.

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Lions' Fauria injured while potty-training puppy

Detroit Lions tight end Joseph Fauria didn't injure his left ankle on the field during a game or practice.

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Rafael Nadal on the comeback trail again

Rafael Nadal took to the court Tuesday for the first time in three months and looked as though he had never been away as he blitzed past Frenchman Richard Gasquet at the China Open.

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FCC throws out NFL blackout rule

After a unanimous 5-0 vote Tuesday, the FCC ended a 40-year-old ruling that blacked out NFL games in local broadcast areas.

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NFL: Ref botched call on player's Muslim prayer

Husain Abdullah can kneel and pray pretty much anywhere in America he wants. Except, perhaps, for an NFL end zone.

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Bryant on Lakers: 'Our mission is just to get better'

As much as Kobe Bryant previously faced obstacles head-on and with grit exceeded by no current NBA player, the upcoming season presents one of the greatest challenges of his distinguished career.

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