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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Investigators say at least 177 male students were sexually abused by an Ohio State University team doctor who died in 2005. The university released findings today from a law firm that investigated claims about Richard Strauss for the school. The report concludes that university personnel at the time had knowledge of complaints and concerns about Strauss' conduct as early as 1979 but failed to investigate or act meaningfully.

MILWAUKEE (AP) _ Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals is tonight in Milwaukee, where the Bucks will aim to take a 2-0 series lead over the Toronto Raptors. The Bucks rallied in the final minutes to beat Toronto 108-100 in Game 1 Wednesday night.

ST. LOUIS (AP) — The San Jose Sharks have a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven Western Conference finals heading into tonight’s Game 4 in St. Louis. San Jose’s winning goal in overtime Wednesday night followed a controversial non-call by officials. No penalty was called when Timo Meier used his right hand to knock a loose puck toward the front of the net.

FARMINGDALE, N.Y. (AP) _ Defending champion Brooks Koepka (KEHP’-kuh) is the leader heading into the second round of the PGA Championship at Bethpage Black on New York’s Long Island. He broke the course record with a 7-under 63 that gives him a one-shot advantage over Danny Lee. Koepka is the first player in 101 years of the PGA Championship to shoot that score twice.

FARMINGDALE, N.Y. (AP) — The PGA Championship is keeping its prize money at $11 million, with $1.98 million going to the winner. That trails the other two U.S. majors. Last place receives around $19,000, which is $6,000 more than Jack Nicklaus earned for his first PGA Championship title in 1963. Unlike regular PGA Tour events, everyone goes home with something. Players missing the cut, or those who have to withdraw on the weekend, still receive $3,100.

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