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Olympian Michael Phelps Apologizes for DUI Arrest

Posted: 1:22 PM - Olympic champion Michael Phelps is apologizing for his latest brush with the law, saying he is "deeply sorry to everyone I have let down" with an arrest early Tuesday on a DUI charge.

FCC Spikes Sports Blackout Rule

Posted: 1:31 PM - The FCC wants an end to sports blackouts. The Federal Communications Commission has voted to spike a decades-old rule preventing cable and satellite operators from airing sports events that were blacked out on local TV.

NC State Coach Apologizes for Fake Injuries Flap

Posted: 1:28 PM - North Carolina State coach Dave Doeren has apologized to Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher for his comments accusing the top-ranked Seminoles of faking injuries to slow down the Wolfpack's offense.

Chiefs Rout Patriots on Monday Night Football

Posted: 09/29/2014 - Jamaal Charles returned from an ankle injury to score three touchdowns, Tom Brady was picked off twice by the opportunistic Chiefs, and Kansas City routed New England 41-14 to hand Bill Belichick one of his worst losses as coach of the Patriots.

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