College Football: Everett Golson will be Florida State’s starting quarterback when the No. 10 Seminoles host Texas State on Saturday.
Coach Jimbo Fisher ended the suspense Monday when he made the announcement following practice.
Golson, a graduate transfer, started 23 games at Notre Dame in 2012 and ’14. In 25 games, he threw for 5,850 yards, 41 touchdowns and 20 interceptions.
• UCLA starting corner arrested on robbery charges: UCLA starting cornerback Ishmael Adams was arrested on suspicion of felony robbery in Los Angeles after allegedly taking a phone from an Uber driver early Sunday morning.
Adams allegedly used force to take the phone, according UCLA’s assistant director of media relations.
The 21-year-old Adams is being held on $100,000 bail. He is scheduled to appear in court Tuesday afternoon.
Divac adds title of GM of Sacramento Kings
NBA: Vlade Divac has added the title of general manager of the Sacramento Kings.
The Kings announced Monday that Divac will serve as vice president of basketball operations and general manager. Divac was hired in March as vice president of basketball and franchise operations.
Hoosiers kick Holt off team for alcohol
Miscellany: Sophomore Emmitt Holt was kicked off Indiana’s basketball team and freshman Thomas Bryant will face internal discipline after being cited for illegal possession of an alcoholic beverage in Bloomington, Indiana.
The statement did not say what punishment Bryant faces, but that he will be subject to additional penalties if he makes another mistake.
• Man United set to sign teen Martial: Manchester United was set to make French forward Anthony Martial the most expensive teenager in world football after a chaotic day of transfer dealings in Manchester, England.
Reports in the French and English media said Martial could cost United 36 million pounds ($55.5 million).
• USA tops at women’s volleyball World Cup: USA moved to the top of the rankings at the women’s volleyball World Cup, beating Argentina 25-16, 25-19, 25-14 in Okayama, Japan.
The win improved the U.S. to 19 points, one ahead of Russia, which lost for the first time at the competition to Serbia.
• Sbaragli wins 10th Vuelta stage: Kristian Sbaragli of Italy outsprinted his rivals to win the 10th stage of the Spanish Vuelta in Castellon, Spain, while Tom Dumoulin of Netherlands retained the overall leader’s red jersey.
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