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HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Geno Auriemma (aw-ree-EH'-muh) reached 900 victories faster than any other college coach when second-ranked UConn routed Cincinnati 96-36 last night. Auriemma needed just 1,034 games to reach the milestone and is tied with former Texas coach Jody Conradt for fifth place on the all-time list of women's college basketball coaches.
CLEVELAND (AP) — The NFL suspended Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon for at least the 2015 season without pay for violating the league's substance-abuse program. Gordon, who has already served two league suspensions, will have to apply for reinstatement.
BOSTON (AP) —Weather permitting, the New England Patriots will get their parade through downtown Boston today. It was originally scheduled for Tuesday but was pushed back a day by Mayor Marty Walsh after another foot of snow fell on Beantown Monday.
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) —With spring training just around the corner, Los Angeles Angels slugger Josh Hamilton could be out for two months after surgery on his right shoulder. Hamilton, who was the 2010 American League MVP, will have surgery to repair his AC joint today.
SAN DIEGO (AP) — A group of PGA Tour caddies is suing the PGA Tour in federal court for making them wear bibs that have the logo of the tournament sponsors without sharing in what it estimates as $50 million in endorsement revenue. The class-action suit on behalf of 81 caddies was filed in San Francisco, where former UCLA basketball star Ed O'Bannon successfully sued the NCAA for keeping college players from selling their marketing rights.
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