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The UNLV coach is only the eighth person to be honored with the lights going out in Sin City.
A look at some of the top sports stories making headlines today, Thursday, Feb. 19.
Attorneys for the former New England Patriots star questioned police at the first of two murder trials he will face this year.
The 43-year-old disgraced professional cyclist side swiped parked cars but his girlfriend initially took the blame.
Carmelo Anthony, whose recovery is expected to take from four to six months, will miss New York's final 29 games.
Quinn Cook scored 22 points and No. 4 Duke beat No. 15 North Carolina 92-90 in overtime on Wednesday night and Syracuse upsets No. 12 Louisville in the Carrier Dome.
UFC president Dana White said he supports the proposed changes because it will force fighters to look at the risk versus reward.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored on a 26th-minute header off Dani Carvajal's cross, then set up Marcelo's goal from the edge of the penalty area in the 79th.
Carmelo Anthony will have surgery on his left knee and the New York Knicks say he will miss the rest of the season.
Wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald has agreed to a two-year deal that will keep him with Arizona.
Lance Armstrong has pleaded guilty to careless driving for hitting two parked cars with his SUV in Aspen.
Minnesota Vikings general manager Rick Spielman says he expects star running back Adrian Peterson to stay with the team this season.
It's been more than three decades since the U.S. Olympic hockey team's Miracle on Ice.
Jurors saw video of Hernandez when he was sitting in a car outside the police station.
A bouncy 15-inch beagle won the top honor at the prestigious show, besting more than 2,700 competitors.
A look at some of the big sports stories making news today, Wednesday, Feb. 18.
The embattled Yankees slugger apologized for "the mistakes" he made that led to his suspension for taking performance-enhancing drugs.
Dallas is still debating whether to use the franchise tag on Dez Bryant even as the team attempts to work out a new, longer team deal with their top receiver.
After more than 1,100 wins, a trip to the NBA Finals, and a Coach of the Year award in his final season in Denver, George Karl still feels he has some unfinished business in the NBA.
Orlando Magic interim coach James Borrego will remain in that post at least through the end of the season.