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Phil Ellsworth / ESPN Images(COLUMBIA, S.C.) -- Kentucky Wildcats coach John Clipari didn’t last very long in Saturday’s road game against the South Carolina Gamecocks.

ESPN reports that Clipari received two technical fouls before being ejected with almost 18 minutes left in the first half.

Kentucky was leading 5-2 battling for first place in the SEC when Calipari began arguing with official Doug Sirmons after South Carolina’s Mindaugas Kacinas was called for a foul, ESPN reported.

After getting hit with the first technical foul, Calipari received a second one after continuing to go after Sirmons.

According to ESPN, the Wildcats assistant coach Tony Barbee and some of the players had to restrain Calipari as he tried to return to his exchange with the official.

Calipari eventually left the game and stormed into the locker room.

ESPN reports that this is not the first time Calipari was ejected form a game. The head coach was thrown out of Kentucky’s 72-67 loss at South Carolina on March 1, 2014.

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Photo by Toni L. Sandys/ The Washington Post via Getty Images(HAMPTON, Va.) -- Hampton University makes history Saturday, hosting its first varsity lacrosse game against Division II Roberts Wesleyan College.

Hampton becomes the 70th NCAA Division I program with a men's lacrosse team -- and the first Historically Black College or University to field a lacrosse team since Morgan State University in 1981. The Morgan State team competed at the Division II level, however, making Hampton the first HBCU school with a Division I men's lacrosse team.

ESPN broadcast its SportsCenter on the Road from Hampton's Armstrong Stadium Saturday morning.

The Hampton head coach, Lloyd Carter, played on the Morgan State team in 1981. He was previously the coach of Hampton's club lacrosse team.

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Photo by Alessandro Della Bella/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Former Secretary General of FIFA, the international governing body for the sport of soccer, was banned from involvement in all soccer-related activities for a minimum of 12 years by FIFA's Ethics Committee on Friday.

In a media release, FIFA said that Jérôme Valcke was found to have encouraged a sports marketing firm to gain an undue advantage by selling World Cup tickets, traveled at FIFA's expense purely for sightseeing reasons, and choose private flights for his trips, instead of commercial flights, with no business reason for doing so.

FIFA says Valcke failed to act in the best interests of the organization and "caused considerable financial damage to FIFA." Additionally, FIFA claims that Valcke's "private and personal interests detracted him from his ability to properly perform his duties as the Secretary General of FIFA."

Valcke also apparently attempted to grant television and media rights for the next two World Cups to a third party for a fee well below market value, as well as attempting to obstruct proceedings against him. FIFA claims he deleted or attempted to delete several files and folders relevant to FIFA's investigation against him.

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LUCY NICHOLSON/AFP/Getty Images(SPRINGFIELD, Mass.) -- Shaquille O'Neal and Allen Iverson lead a group of 14 chosen Friday as finalists for induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.

The class also includes WNBA champion Sheryl Swoopes, three-time NBA All-Star and Mayor of Sacramento Kevin Johnson, as well as a number of successful coaches. Michigan State University head man Tom Izzo, former head coach at the University of Maryland Charles "Lefty" Driesell, Notre Dame women's basketball coach Muffet McGraw, former Wisconsin head coach Bo Ryan and former Oklahoma State head coach Eddie Sutton are also among the finalists.

Other finalists include 27-year NBA referee Darell Garretson, the first African-American coach in a professional basketball league John McLendon, successful high school coaches Robert Hughes and Leta Andrews, and 10-time AAU National Champions Wayland Baptist University.

Also nominated, through the Direct Elect International Committee was former Houston Rockets center Yao Ming.

The induction class of 2016 will be announced on April 4. Induction requires a candidate to receive 18 of 24 votes from the Honors Committee. Enshrinement will take place on the second weekend of September.

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Rob Foldy/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Major League Baseball has issued its first lifetime ban over performance-enhancing drugs after New York Mets pitcher Jenrry Mejia had his third positive drug test in a year.

MLB made the decision Friday, saying the 26-year-old would also be suspended from minor league baseball, after the 26-year-old tested positive for Boldenone.

"We were deeply disappointed to hear that Jenrry has again violated Major League Baseball's Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program," said a statement from the Mets. "We fully support MLB's policy toward eliminating performance enhancing substances from the sport. As per the Joint Drug Program, we will have no further comment on this suspension."

Mejia was already under suspension for testing positive for Stanozolol and Boldenone in July and had 99 games of his 162-game suspension left. He had previously been suspended in April for 80 games after a positive test for Stanozolol.

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Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- The crumb rubber on some turf fields will now be subjected to a federal investigation after health concerns were raised surrounding the small rubber shreds used as artificial turf.

On Friday, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR), and the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced a federal plan to study recycled tire crumbs used on playing fields. 

According to a statement on the EPA's website, the Federal Research Action Plan will include multiple research studies and the agencies hope to release a report of the findings by late 2016.

"Today’s launch of a coordinated effort among the leading federal health and safety agencies to research the safety of recycled tire crumb is a significant first step to providing parents with the answers they deserve," said a statement from CPSC on Friday. "EPA, CDC, and CPSC are working together to end the uncertainty regarding whether it is safe for our children to play on fields and playgrounds that use crumb rubber and provide guidance that is clear, practical and reliable."

Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., who helped lead the effort in calling for a federal investigation into the crumb rubber, said Friday he was "pleased" with the plan.

"With millions of children and young athletes playing on artificial turf and playgrounds made from crumb rubber, Americans deserve to know whether the decisions they make today pose long-term health dangers," he said.

The crumb rubber has concerned athletes with some saying the pellets can easily get into their mouths and eyes, leaving questions about the possible health effects.

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Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- First lady Michelle Obama is never one to shy away from promoting healthy eating, and now she is recruiting some super star talent to assist her.

Ayesha and Stephen Curry as well as the first lady are seen lip syncing 'Barbara Ann' as covered by the Minions in 'Despicable Me,' replacing the line with 'banana.'

As members of @TeamFNV — @StephenCurry30, @AyeshaCurry & the First Lady go…BANANAS!https://t.co/xvnKluBj19

— The First Lady (@FLOTUS) February 12, 2016

The video was taped when the Golden State Warriors visited the White House on Thursday, Feb. 4.

It's not the first time the first lady has looked to go viral with a video promoting healthy food. In October of 2014 the White House posted a Vine of her dancing with a 'Turnip' to the tune of Lil Jon's 'Turn Down For What' that has generated more than 48 million loops.

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ABCNews.com(NEW YORK) -- Tim Tebow visited Good Morning America to talk about “Night to Shine,” an unforgettable prom night experience for people with special needs that is sponsored by his Tim Tebow Foundation.

Night to Shine is taking place in more than 200 host churches in 48 states and around the world this Valentine's Day weekend, giving teens with special needs who are 16 or older their own prom with red carpets, paparazzi and dancing.

“My inspiration was when I was 15 years old and I was at a school in a remote village in the Philippines and there was a boy who was shunned out of the event because his feet were on backwards, and what we want to do is fight for the people who can’t fight for themselves. That’s what it’s all about.” Tebow explained.

“It’s about people with special needs, it’s about giving them a voice, it is about celebrating them, it is about loving them and letting them know that their lives matter and that they are special, and giving them the time of their life.”

Last year’s Night to Shine event was actually Tebow’s first prom experience in his life. He was home-schooled through high school but was able to play football with a local school in Fort Lauderdale.

This event takes place worldwide this weekend.

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Courtesy of The Office of Rep. Robert Pittenger(WASHINGTON) -- Rep. Robert Pittenger (R-NC) made good on his Super Bowl wager with Rep. Mike Coffman (R-CO) Friday morning at the Capitol.

Pittenger, a Carolina Panthers fan, delivered Bojangles fried chicken and buttermilk biscuits – scarce in Colorado but conveniently available at Union Station in Washington – and Cheerwine, a cherry soda, to Coffman’s office.

“It doesn’t get better than this,” Coffman said. “Always happy to be on the winning side.”

“I’m glad to be here to deliver the goods,” Pittenger said, joking that he didn't see Coffman in the House gym Friday morning. “North Carolina Bojangles chicken is about as pure as you can get.”

Ahead of Super Bowl 50, Coffman offered Colorado candy and micro-brewed beer from his Denver-area congressional district for his side of the bet.

The Denver Broncos beat the Carolina Panthers 24-10 in Super Bowl 50.

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Allen Kee / ESPN Images(CHICAGO) -- Matt Forte’s days as a Chicago Bear are over.

The running back announced in a post to Instagram Friday that the team will not extend his contract to next season.

According to ESPN, Forte, who is one of the league’s top rushers, will now become a free agent after spending eight seasons in Chicago.

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