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Peterson was out of action for all but one game last year because of the child abuse charge he faced involving his young son.
Stoops says the redshirt freshman, after serving a season-long suspension last year, has other standards to meet as well.
The charge stems from a bar fight in Hunter's hometown of Virginia Beach during the Fourth of July weekend.
The U.S. Department of Justice will not appeal a court ruling that cleared baseball player Barry Bonds of obstruction of justice in a probe over steroids.
Saturday's preliminary draw, which determines the qualifying process for the World Cup, will be held at a former Russian imperial palace on the outskirts of Putin's home city of St. Petersburg.
Bianchi's car No. 17 is being retired as a mark of respect to the late star, who is the first Formula One driver to die following a Grand Prix crash in more than 20 years.
Pacers President Larry Bird says the team is honored to wear the uniforms "because of the attention it will bring to the storied history of Indiana basketball and the success of that movie."
Nearly 60 percent of the Minnesota Vikings' new home will be covered by a revolutionary material that lets light in but keeps weather out - a first of its kind for an NFL stadium.
The NBA's first female summer league head coach has led her team to the title.
It's like bowling but with a twist ... or maybe a spiral.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter hopes to leave the troubled body in better shape when he finally stands down after a new leader of world football is elected in February.
Here’s a look at some of the big sports stories mkaing headlines today, Tuesday, July 21. SPIETH TO DEFEND TITLE…
Mick Fanning was attacked by a shark at the 2015 J-Bay Open.
Nibali now trails Froome by 7 minutes, 49 seconds.
American Zach Johnson claimed the second major victory of his career when he beat Australian Marc Leishman and Louis Oosthuizen of South Africa in a four-hole playoff at the British Open on Monday.
The Nuggets will get a lottery protected first-round pick in 2016 along with Nick Johnson, Kostas Papanikolaou, Pablo Prigioni and Joey Dorsey in the deal that also sends a future second-round pick to Houston.
It's the Open's first Monday finish since 1988.
Zack Greinke continues to approach the major league record for consecutive scoreless innings.
At the start of final round play on Monday the lead will be shared by Jason Day, Louis Oosthuizen and Irish amateur Paul Dunne at 12 under par. One shot off the pace is Jordan Spieth
Favre's No. 4 jersey will also be retired in a ceremony inside Lambeau. More than 67,000 people are expected to watch in the stadium bowl on video boards.