The University of Miami faces NCAA sanctions after longtime football booster and convicted fraudster Nevin Shapiro, 42, admitted to improperly providing millions of dollars to at least 72 Miami players between 2002 and 2008. Shapiro, who is serving a 20-year sentence for his part in a $930 million Ponzi scheme, told Yahoo Sports that the "impermissible benefits" included cash, cars, jewelry, prostitutes, entertainment, meals, travel, and "on one occasion, an abortion." recommended San Francisco police are seeking suspects after gunfire erupted outside Candlestick Park following a preseason game between the San Francisco 49ers and their cross-bay rivals the Oakland Raiders. Two men were injured, one critically, including one victim wearing a "Fuck the Niners" T-shirt. recommended Sporting Kansas City goalkeeper Jimmy Nielsen, 34, lay on the field for four minutes after being struck in the head by an Omar Bravo bobblehead doll. Nielsen recovered to complete Kansas City's 3–1 victory over the Portland Timbers. Two people were arrested. recommended Parent Dejuan Wells, 27, was arrested after allegedly biting two off-duty Indianapolis police officers during a scuffle at his son's pee-wee league football game. Wells faces charges including resisting arrest and battery on a police officer by bodily waste. recommended