November 14, 2012; Columbus, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bearcats guard Alyesha Lovett (12) passes the ball to an open teammate against the Ohio State Buckeyes at Value City Arena. Ohio State won the game 87-49. Mandatory Credit: Greg Bartram-US PRESSWIRE

Headlines From Around Sports: Ditka In Hospital, Bills Fan Found Dead

Mike Ditka, famed Chicago Bears coach, was taken to the hospital Friday when he suffered a minor stroke. Ditka, 73, seems to be recovering and in good spirits but is still in the hospital at this, according to

After Thursday’s Bills vs Miami game in Buffalo, an intoxicated fan was ejected from the game. After he did not show up to the arranged meeting place with his friends after the game, red flags were raised. The fan’s body was found on Friday in small creek diseased.

Melky Cabrera and the Toronto Blue Jays agreed to a two year, $16 million deal on Friday. Melky was suspended in August for elevated testosterone.

The NCAA has reinstated UCLA’s Shabazz Muhammad after an appeal by the school. He will be eligible to return in the school’s matchup in the Legends Classic in New York.

NFL referee Tony Corrente was fined one game check, the equivalent of $9000, for uttering obscenities into his microphone during the Colts-Miami game earlier this month.

Xavier men’s soccer team earns first NCAA win in tournament play, to advance to play Indiana in second round. The game is scheduled for Saturday, November 18 at 1:00pm.

Xavier women’s basketball team lost to Michigan on Monday, 62-53. They are set to take on High Point on Sunday at 7:00pm in the Cintas Center.

The Bearcat women’s volleyball team topped UConn in the first round of the Big East Championship. They will face Louisville this afternoon at 2:00pm.

Ohio State handed the Bearcats women’s basketball team their first loss on Wednesday 87-49. the ladies play again on Monday at Kent State. Tip-off is scheduled for 7:00pm.

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