High School Basketball: The Todd Central boys-girls doubleheader scheduled for this evening at Fort Campbell has been cancelled and according to school officials will likely be rescheduled at a later date.
College Basketball: There’s only one game involving a top 25 team this evening as 24th ranked Iowa hosts Farleigh Dickinson.
Kentucky women’s guard Jennifer O’Neill has been named national player of the week by ESPNW. The junior from the Bronx, NY scored a school record 43 points in fifth ranked Kentucky’s 133-130 win in four overtimes over 9th ranked Baylor Friday night at AT&T Stadium.
NFL: The Dallas Cowboys are on the road for a key "Monday Night Football" matchup with the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field. Dallas is a half-game back of Philadelphia in the NFC East at 7-and-5.Chicago is just 3-and-6 since starting the season 3-and-0.
There could be changes coming to the Washington Redskins. According to the "Washington Post," several team officials believe Coach Mike Shanahan and the Redskins will part ways and soon. Multiple team sources are saying the relationship between Shanahan and team owner Dan Snyder is beyond repair.
ESPN Boston reports sources as saying New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski tore both the ACL and MCL in his right knee in Sunday’s win over the Cleveland Browns. Gronkowski will have surgery and be lost for the remainder of the season. Recovery time is expected to be eight to nine months.
ESPN NFL analyst Jon Gruden said Sunday he is staying with the network through 2014. Gruden—who works Monday Night Football telecasts—says he’s not interested in becoming the new coach of the Houston Texans, who are seeking a replacement for the fired Gary Kubiak. Gruden has been with ESPN since 2009.
MLB: Retired managers Joe Torre, Bobby Cox and Tony LaRussa have been unaminously elected to Baseball’s Hall of Fame by the Expansion Era committee. Each of the inductees won more than 2,000 games in their careers and between them won seven world championships.
ESPN reports the Pittsburgh Pirates plan to speak with the agent of free agent pitcher Bronson Arroyo. Arroyo has been with the Cincinnati Reds since 2006. The right hander was 14-12 with a 3.79 earned run average with the Reds in 2013 and has 105 career victories with the Reds.
Multiple reports indicate two time Cy Young award winner Roy Halladay will announce his retirement today. Halladay missed much of the 2013 season after surgery to repair his shoulder in May to repair a partial torn rotator cuff and remove a bone spur.
Halladay’s career spanned 16 seasons, the last four spent with the Philadelphia Phillies. Halladay was 203-105 in his career with a 3.38 earned run average.