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Jets LB Scott rips hometown crowd

Though Gang Green's fans may have reached a breaking point, Bart Scott isn't willing to let them say whatever they want. [Scott] has a message for Jets fans who mercilessly heckled the team as it walked to the locker room at halftime following the 52 Seconds From Hell against the Patriots: He doesn't care what you say or think. "At the end of the day, if you made it to be able to put an NFL uniform on, then you are one of the best athletes in the world," Scott told the Daily News. "The person yelling at you probably was picked last in dodgeball all through high school. So do you care about the opinion of them? No." ... Disgusted and furious Jets fans who couldn't take it anymore hurled expletives at their heroes from less than 10 feet away. (New York Daily News) Comment

Luther Campbell tweet: 'Golden to UT'

Jon Gruden broke his silence Wednesday, but true clarity on his interest in coaching at Tennesee remains a question. Most national observers believe Gruden will end up in the NFL, which is raising concerns about his role as an impartial media member for the remainder of this season. ... LSU head coach Les Miles said his defensive coordinator John Chavis would be a "very good head coach" and that Tennessee should pursue him. ... Hip hop mogul Luther Campbell, a longtime supporter of Miami (Fla.) football, tweeted the following message without elaboration on Wednesday: "Golden to UT." Miami coach Al Golden, in his second year with the NCAA probation-saddled Hurricanes, is thought to be a candidate Hart might like to talk to. (Knoxville News Sentinel) Comment

Sources: Stoudemire's OK with bench role

Credit Amar'e Stoudemire for willing to be a team player. [Stoudemire] would accept a role as the New York Knicks' sixth man if asked, two sources with knowledge of Stoudemire's thinking told ESPNNewYork.com. "All he cares about right now is helping the team and winning," said one source, who has been around Stoudemire regularly in recent weeks. "He'd be fine with coming off the bench if that's what they want." Stoudemire hasn't spoken with reporters since suffering a left knee injury in the preseason. He's been rehabilitating his knee following arthroscopic surgery for the past four weeks and is expected to miss at least another two weeks. There has been speculation about what role Stoudemire will play once he returns. (ESPN New York) Comment

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Boise State's Anthony Drmic (left) has his shot blocked by Creighton's Will Artino during the first half of Wednesday's game. (AP)

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A fight broke out during Wednesday's Celtics-Nets game in Brooklyn.

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