?From Indiana, Kent Harvey, the freshman whose run-in with Bob Knight led to Knight's dismissal as Hoosiers basketball coach.
?Jim Seacord, of his duties as Providence ( N.C.) High football coach after he allegedly told the Panthers' center during a September game to "put a gun to your mouth and pull the trigger." Seacord denies saying it.
?By the NBA, the 'do-rag that Pacers forward Sam Perkins had worn during a preseason game. The league told Perkins the headwear was a safety hazard.
?Soccer star Ronaldo, to testify before a Brazilian congressional commission investigating whether Nike exerted pressure for him to play in the 1998 World Cup final. Ronaldo suffered convulsions and was hospitalized before the match, which Brazil lost to France 3-0. Nike denies the allegation.
?Rights to the domain name danmarino.com, by the former Dolphins quarterback. The World Intellectual Property
Organization, a U.N. agency that adjudicates domain name disputes, ruled that two Texas men had registered the site name in May in bad faith and that Marino's name is a de facto trademark.
?By eBay, offers of World Series tickets, because their resale for more than 10% over face value is illegal in New York. Some sellers had attempted to circumvent the state law by offering "free" ducats with the purchase of a World Series pin, a cap or a ticket stub for as much as $2,000.
?The Redskins, for a comment made by FedEx Field PA. announcer Bruce Kelly. While pumping up the crowd before the Oct. 15 Baltimore-Washington game, Kelly said on the loudspeaker, "Ravens fans suck."