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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) \u2014 Actress Pam Grier and opera soprano Jessye Norman are among the recipients of Harvard University's 2016 W.E.B. Du Bois medals honoring those who have made significant contributions to African and African American history and culture.

Grier and Norman will be honored at the fourth annual Hutchins Center Honors on Oct. 6. Other medalists this year include hip hop artist and activist Lana \"MC Lyte\" Moorer, writer and producer David Simon and the 1966 Texas Western Miners men's basketball team, which was the first all-black starting lineup to win an NCAA national championship.

The awards are presented by the Hutchins Center for African and African American Research at Harvard University.

W.E.B. Du Bois was a civil rights activist, historian and sociologist.

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TV MONDAY

MLB D-backs at Nationals 4 p.m. FSAZ

NFL Falcons at Saints 5:15 p.m. ESPN

Soccer EPL: Watford at Burnley 11:55 a.m. NBCS

RADIO MONDAY

MLB D-backs at Nationals 4 p.m. 1490-AM*

NFL Falcons at Saints 5:15 p.m. 1290-aM

* 1490-AM is broadcast simultaneously on 104.9-FM

Channel guide: ESPN (Ch 24 on Cox, Ch 2 on Comcast, Ch 206 on DirecTV, Ch 140 on Dish); FSAZ (Ch 26 on Cox, Ch 31 on Comcast, Ch 686 on DirecTV, Ch 415 on Dish); NBCS is NBC Sports Network (Ch 59 on Cox, Ch 29 on Comcast, Ch 220 on DirecTV, Ch 159 on Dish)

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Rich Rodriguez had warned that something like this might happen. He saw the signs the previous week.

The Arizona Wildcats coach was talking about the second half of the Hawaii game, when the UA defense started to leak. The Rainbow Warriors rushed for 103 yards in that half after gaining only 65 in the first.

\u201cWe\u2019re undersized,\u201d Rodriguez said. \u201cThey came right down at us. We\u2019ve got to play with better leverage. We\u2019ve got to figure out something, or everybody we play is just going to pound us. We\u2019re not going to get bigger overnight.\u201d

The Wildcats didn\u2019t get bigger, and they didn\u2019t get better. Arizona surrendered a season-high 352 rushing yards during Saturday\u2019s 35-28 overtime loss to Washington. The Huskies gained 222 of those yards after halftime.

Tailback Lavon Coleman, a 5-foot-11, 228-pound bruiser, did most of the damage, and much of it came in chunks. Coleman rushed for 137 yards on eight carries during the second half and overtime. He ripped off runs of 44, 55 and 24 yards.

\u201cSeattle media has been freaking out about our run game,\u201d Washington quarterback Jake Browning said, \u201cso I feel pretty good about it now.\u201d

Washington\u2019s offensive line created some huge holes for Coleman. Arizona\u2019s defensive front appeared to wear down as the game progressed, although linebacker Cody Ippolito insisted that was not the case.

\u201cNo, not at all,\u201d said Ippolito, who had six tackles and 1.5 sacks. \u201cWe condition probably more than anyone in the Pac-12, and we can keep up with anyone. I think we can run people into the ground, and I think we (are) more conditioned than the other team. It just came down to who was going to make the last play.\u201d

Two factors conspired to undermine whatever edge in conditioning the Wildcats might have had.

One was the flow of the game. Arizona ran 28 plays to Washington\u2019s six in the first quarter. From that point forward, the Huskies had a 66-46 edge in total plays. They possessed the ball for all but 5 minutes and 20 seconds in the second and third quarters.

\u201cThey did a good job controlling the tempo in the second half,\u201d Rodriguez said. \u201cWe thought we controlled it in the first half.\u201d

Arizona also was missing two key members of its defensive front. Linebacker DeAndre\u2019 Miller and nose tackle Parker Zellers did not play because of injuries. Without them, the Wildcats couldn\u2019t rotate as much as they prefer.

Arizona also didn\u2019t have the services of safety Tellas Jones (ankle) for the third straight game. Jones dressed and warmed up but couldn\u2019t play.

He was a force near the line of scrimmage in the first half of the opener against BYU before getting hurt.

Arizona\u2019s next opponent, UCLA, is struggling to move the ball on the ground. The Bruins rank last in the Pac-12 at 117.8 rushing yards per game. They are averaging only 3.2 yards per attempt.

Washington was averaging 143.3 rushing yards per game and 4.5 per attempt before breaking out against Arizona.

UCLA kickoff time set

The kickoff time and television assignment have been announced for the UCLA game.

The contest will begin at 7:30 p.m. Pacific Time (also 7:30 in Arizona). It will be televised by ESPN.

All five Wildcats games this season have begun at 7:30 or later.

The start time for the following week\u2019s road game against Utah (Oct. 8) could be announced Monday.

Only one other Arizona kickoff time is known at this point: 7:30 p.m. for the season-ending Territorial Cup against Arizona State on Friday, Nov. 25.

Extra points

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Cienega star Jamarye Joiner went to Arizona Stadium on Saturday night without any immediate plans for his college future.

Then he watched Brandon Dawkins start the game against No. 9 Washington by completing 11 straight passes. He saw Dawkins burst for a 79-yard touchdown, and finish the game with 176 total rushing yards.

Arizona lost in overtime, but Joiner still left the stadium with a different attitude: He knew wanted to be a Wildcat.

Sunday night, Joiner informed UA coach Rich Rodriguez that he was verbally committing to play for Arizona, making him Arizona\u2019s first commitment for its 2018 class.

\u201cI decided to pull the trigger \u2026because of (Saturday\u2019s) game,\u201d Joiner told the Star. \u201cI really saw myself in the role of Brandon Dawkins and envisioned myself making big plays.\u201d

Joiner is listed at 6 feet 1 and 180 pounds, and his ability to play multiple positions has paid dividends for undefeated Cienega. On the season, he\u2019s collected 581 passing yards, 358 rushing yards, 20 receiving yards and 11 total touchdowns \u2014 with zero interceptions for the 5-0 Bobcats.

It\u2019s been a bumpy road getting to this point for Joiner \u2014 after a stellar freshman season at Salpointe Catholic High, Joiner was expelled and missed the 2015 season. He transferred to Cienega before this season.

After that stellar freshman campaign with the Lancers, colleges took notice and Joiner was receiving heavy interest, but that faded after his expulsion.

Now, he\u2019s set to be a Wildcat.

\u201cIt feels good,\u201d Joiner said.

Joiner isn\u2019t rated yet by any of the online scouting services, but most recruits aren\u2019t rated until the end of their junior season.

Fittingly, Joiner will get a shot against his old school on Friday when the Bobcats travel to Salpointe for a 7 p.m. showdown.

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Arnold Palmer brought a country club sport to the masses with a hard-charging style, charisma and a commoner\u2019s touch. At ease with both presidents and the golfing public, and on a first-name basis with both, \u201cThe King\u201d died Sunday in Pittsburgh. He was 87.

Alastair Johnson, CEO of Arnold Palmer Enterprises, confirmed that Palmer died Sunday afternoon of complications from heart problems. Johnson said Palmer was admitted to UPMC Hospital on Thursday for some cardiovascular work and weakened over the last few days.

\u201cToday marks the passing of an era,\u201d said Johnston, Palmer\u2019s longtime agent at IMG. \u201cArnold Palmer\u2019s influence, profile and achievements spread far beyond the game of golf. He was an iconic American who treated people with respect and warmth, and built a unique legacy through his ability to engage with fans.\u201d

Palmer, the Tucson Open winner in 1967, ranked among the most important figures in golf history, and it went well beyond his seven major championships and 62 PGA Tour wins. His good looks, devilish grin and go-for-broke manner made the elite sport appealing to one and all. And it helped that he arrived about the same time as television moved into most households, a perfect fit that sent golf to unprecedented popularity.

\u201cIf it wasn\u2019t for Arnold, golf wouldn\u2019t be as popular as it is now,\u201d Tiger Woods said in 2004 when Palmer played in his last Masters. \u201cHe\u2019s the one who basically brought it to the forefront on TV. If it wasn\u2019t for him and his excitement, his flair, the way he played, golf probably would not have had that type of excitement.

\u201cAnd that\u2019s why he\u2019s the king.\u201d

Beyond his golf, Palmer was a pioneer in sports marketing, paving the way for scores of other athletes to reap in millions from endorsements. Some four decades after his last PGA Tour win, he ranked among the highest earners in golf.

\u201cThanks Arnold for your friendship, counsel and a lot of laughs,\u201d Woods tweeted Sunday night. \u201cYour philanthropy and humility are part of your legend. It\u2019s hard to imagine golf without you or anyone more important to the game than the King.\u201d

On the golf course, Palmer was an icon not for how often he won, but the way he did it.

He would hitch up his pants, drop a cigarette and attack the flags. With powerful hands wrapped around the golf club, Palmer would slash at the ball with all of his might, then twist that muscular neck and squint to see where it went.

\u201cWhen he hits the ball, the earth shakes,\u201d Gene Littler once said.

Palmer rallied from seven shots behind to win a U.S. Open. He blew a seven-shot lead on the back nine to lose a U.S. Open.

He was never dull.

\u201cI\u2019m pleased that I was able to do what I did from a golfing standpoint,\u201d Palmer said in 2008, two years after he played in his last official tournament. \u201cI would like to think that I left them more than just that.\u201d

He left behind a gallery known as \u201cArnie\u2019s Army,\u201d which began at Augusta National with a small group of soldiers from nearby Fort Gordon and grew to include a legion of fans from every corner of the globe.

Palmer stopped playing the Masters in 2004 but hit the ceremonial tee shot every year until 2016, when age began to take a toll and he struggled with his balance.

It was Palmer who gave golf the modern version of the Grand Slam \u2014 winning all four professional majors in one year. He came up with the idea after winning the Masters and U.S. Open in 1960. Palmer was runner-up at the British Open, later calling it one of the biggest disappointments of his career. But his appearance alone invigorated the British Open, which Americans had been ignoring for years.

Palmer never won the PGA Championship, one major short of capturing a career Grand Slam.

But then, the standard he set went beyond trophies. It was the way he treated people, looking everyone in the eye with a smile and a wink. He signed every autograph, making sure it was legible. He made every fan feel like an old friend.

Palmer never like being referred to as \u201cThe King,\u201d but the name stuck.

\u201cIt was back in the early \u201960s. I was playing pretty good, winning a lot of tournaments, and someone gave a speech and referred to me as \u2018The King,\u2019\u201d Palmer said in a November 2011 interview with The Associated Press.

\u201cI don\u2019t bask in it. I don\u2019t relish it. I tried for a long time to stop that and,\u201d he said, pausing to shrug, \u201cthere was no point.\u201d

Palmer played at least one PGA Tour event every season for 52 consecutive years, ending with the 2004 Masters. He spearheaded the growth of the 50-and-older Champions Tour, winning 10 times and drawing some of the biggest crowds.

He was equally successful off with golf course design, a wine collection and apparel that included his famous logo of an umbrella. He bought the Bay Hill Club & Lodge upon making his winter home in Orlando, Florida, and in 2007 the PGA Tour changed the name of the tournament to the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

Palmer was born Sept. 10, 1929, in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, the oldest of four children. His father, Deacon, became the greenskeeper at Latrobe Country Club in 1921 and the club pro in 1933.

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) \u2014 The Latest on protests in Charlotte, North Carolina, over the fatal police shooting of a black man (all times local):

7 p.m.

The mayor of Charlotte has lifted the curfew on the city after days of protests over the killing of a black man by police.

There have been protests every day since 43-year-old Keith Lamont Scott was shot to death by Charlotte police on Tuesday.

In a statement Sunday evening, Mayor Jennifer Roberts says that effective immediately the curfew imposed is terminated. A midnight to 6 a.m. curfew has been in effect since Thursday after the protests turned violent, and National Guardsmen have been stationed throughout downtown each night. Protesters remained peaceful outside the Charlotte Panther's football game against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday afternoon.

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4 p.m.

Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence says the American people deserve a full investigation of the shooting death of a black man by a Charlotte police officer.

The Asheville Citizen-Times reports (http://avlne.ws/2d7B5p3) that Pence addressed the shooting death of Keith Lamont Scott when he spoke Saturday to a Christian coalition of about 200 members of the House School Legal Defense Association in Black Mountain.

Pence encouraged the audience to pray for Charlotte, the victim's family and law enforcement. He also addressed the protests that have occurred each night since the Sept. 20 shooting, saying \"no one has the right to engage in acts of violence against property of persons\" in the U.S.

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2 p.m.

Dozens of people have stopped by a makeshift memorial that has sprung up at the site where a Charlotte man was shot to death by police last week.

Reda Burch lives down the street from the condominium complex where Keith Lamont Scott died on Tuesday. She says that she has watched videos of the shooting released Saturday by police and doesn't think Scott was threatening officers or that the shooting was justified.

Police have said Scott had a gun and pointed it at officers, although that act isn't visible on the footage. Burch says she thinks officers should have used stun guns or shot Scott in a leg rather than killing him.

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1:20 p.m.

About 100 protesters kneeled outside the stadium in Charlotte as the national anthem was played before the NFL game inside.

The protesters chanted along to the beat of a brass band, and then were drowned out by noise from inside the stadium. Fans gathered along the ramps inside the stadium and watched the scene below before the Vikings and Panthers game.

Officers wearing black riot gear ringed the stadium, and police on bicycles lined up wheel-to-wheel to surround the protesters \u2014 demonstrating after the shooting death last week of a man by a Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officer.

When the national anthem was played, the protesters all dropped to one knee as many NFL players have been doing for weeks to call more attention to issues including police shootings. Inside the stadium, Carolina safety Marcus Ball raised his fist during the anthem.

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1 p.m.

A group of around 100 demonstrators have gathered across the street from Bank of America Stadium to protest the shooting death last week of a man by a Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officer.

The protesters, holding signs and led by a man on a bullhorn, were surrounded by at least two dozen police officers on bicycles on Sunday afternoon.

Their message competed with the noise of fans streaming toward the stadium and an impromptu jazz band playing tunes less than a block away.

Inside the stadium, people attending the game between the Minnesota Vikings and the Carolina Panthers watched the protesters from access ramps to the upper level.

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12:20 p.m.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is planning to be back in North Carolina ahead of her rescheduled trip to Charlotte.

Her campaign says the candidate will speak at a Democratic Party event Tuesday at Wake Technical Community College. She plans to speak about her economic proposals and that she says will help families.

The Democratic presidential nominee had been scheduled to visit Charlotte on Sunday but pushed off the trip at the request of city officials, who said the city needed to heal after last week's police shooting death.

Clinton's campaign has said that she now plans to visit the city Sunday, Oct. 2 \"if circumstances allow.\"

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Noon

About the most activity Charlotte-Mecklenburg police have seen outside Bank of America Stadium is the stream of fans thanking them for their work or taking pictures with them.

Dressed in their black riot gear and enduring temperatures well into the 80s, officers posed for pictures with fans of both the Carolina Panthers and Minnesota Vikings.

Extra security ringed the stadium prior to Sunday's 1 p.m. kickoff. The beefed-up security included troopers from the N.C. Highway Patrol and their vehicles.

While National Guard troops were stationed downtown the previous three nights, none were visible at the stadium.

Security around the stadium and downtown has been increased in light of recent protests over the shooting death of Keith Lamont Scott by a police officer last Tuesday.

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11:15 a.m.

About 50 Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officers dressed in riot gear received an ovation from fans waiting to get into Bank of America Stadium for Sunday's NFL game.

Security around the stadium was increased in light of recent protests over the shooting death of Keith Lamont Scott by a police officer last Tuesday. In addition to the regular contingent of police officers, North Carolina Highway Patrol troopers placed vehicles on the street surrounding the stadium. Officers in full gear were stationed about every 50 feet along the stadium's east perimeter.

After two nights of violence, protesters have marched peacefully through the city's downtown business district for the last three nights.

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10 a.m.

Protests in Charlotte remained peaceful for another night after the release of police video of a man's shooting death at the hands of officers.

Hundreds of people walked through the city's downtown streets on Saturday night, as they have for the past few nights. There have been marches each night since Keith Lamont Scott was shot to death Tuesday by police. One man was shot and later died in rioting that broke out on Wednesday night, but the nights since have been more peaceful.

A midnight to 6 a.m. curfew has been in effect since Thursday, and National Guardsmen have been stationed throughout downtown each night. Four people were arrested Saturday night on charges ranging from curfew violation to impeding traffic and possession of a homemade weapon.

Police are on high alert Sunday after due to the possibility of protests surrounding an afternoon football game in downtown between the Carolina Panthers and Minnesota Vikings.

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8:45 a.m.

Police are taking special security precautions in anticipation of protests around a football game in downtown Charlotte.

The city has declared the Sunday afternoon game between the Carolina Panthers and Minnesota Vikings an extraordinary event. That allows them to ban backpacks and regular items that can be used as weapons, such as chains and box cutters.

It also allows police more latitude to stop and search people within an area for several blocks in all directions from Bank of America Stadium.

There have been protests every day since Keith Lamont Scott was shot to death by Charlotte police on Tuesday. In his request for the declaration, Police Chief Kerr Putney wrote that he has intelligence that more protests and \"acts of disruption\" are planned during the game.

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8:25 p.m.

An attorney for the family of a man shot by Charlotte police says newly released footage from authorities doesn't show a gun in the man's hand.

Justin Bamberg told reporters on Saturday night that the dashcam and body camera footage released on Saturday leaves more questions unanswered than it provides clarity. He also said that Keith Lamont Scott's delay in getting out of his vehicle doesn't justify his death.

Protesters have been clamoring for the videos since the shooting of Scott by Charlotte police. Officers have said Scott had a gun, according to a police statement. Authorities on Saturday released photographs of a handgun and a holster they said was recovered from the scene.

Ray Dotch identified himself as Scott's brother-in-law. He objected to reporters' questions about Scott's background, saying he shouldn't have to \"humanize him in order for him to be treated fairly.\"

\"What we know and what you should know about him is that he was an American citizen who deserved better,\" he added.

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The grades are in for Arizona\u2019s 35-28 overtime loss to Washington on Saturday night at Arizona Stadium:

QUARTERBACKS

Grade: B-plus

Comment: Brandon Dawkins played brilliantly at times, almost singlehandedly leading two UA rallies in the second half. He proved he could run effectively against a high-end Pac-12 defense, burning the Huskies for a career-high 176 rushing yards and two touchdowns. He threw the tying TD pass with 17 seconds left in regulation. Dawkins also threw his first interception of the season amid an ineffective stretch that spanned more than a quarter and misplayed what looked like a catchable snap on the final play.

RUNNING BACKS

Grade: B-minus

Comment: Freshman J.J. Taylor was on his way to another productive night before breaking his left ankle in the third quarter. He finished with 19 carries for 97 yards and a touchdown and showed toughness running inside against players almost twice his size. With Nick Wilson (ankle) unavailable, Zach Green and Tyrell Johnson were the next tailbacks up. Neither was particularly effective, combining for 35 yards on 11 carries. Johnson also lost a fumble.

RECEIVERS/TIGHT ENDS

Grade: B-minus

Comment: Sophomore Shun Brown continued his recent surge, catching a career-high seven passes for 114 yards, including a 54-yarder. Shawn Poindexter also notched career bests with three catches for 29 yards. But the \u201cBig Three\u201d \u2013 seniors Samajie Grant, Trey Griffey and Nate Phillips \u2013 combined for only four catches for 15 yards. Griffey did throw a key block on Dawkins\u2019 79-yard touchdown run. TE Josh Kern slipped into the end zone for the tying TD late in the fourth.

OFFENSIVE LINEMEN

Grade: B

Comment: The line generally fared well against what is supposed to be one of the best defensive fronts in the nation. Arizona rushed for 308 yards, and Dawkins was sacked only twice in 31 pass attempts. He also needed to use his size and athleticism at times to break free from rushers who penetrated the backfield. The line\u2019s biggest breakdown came at an inopportune time: on fourth-and-goal from the 2 early in the second quarter when Arizona had a chance to take a 14-0 lead.

DEFENSIVE FRONT

Grade: B-minus

Comment: The front eventually got worn down in the second half and overtime, when Washington gained 222 of its 352 rushing yards. Defensive linemen and linebackers accounted for all four of Arizona\u2019s sacks, including two by Jack Banda and 1.5 by Cody Ippolito. But the Wildcats didn\u2019t get consistent pressure on Washington QB Jake Browning. The front was missing two key performers: LB DeAndre\u2019 Miller (ankle) and NT Parker Zellers (knee).

DEFENSIVE BACKS

Grade: B-plus

Comment: The secondary helped keep Arizona in the game with some clutch plays in the fourth quarter. CB Dane Cruikshank intercepted Browning at the 1-yard line. Safety Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles had two third-down pass breakups \u2013 one after Johnson\u2019s fumble, which had set up Washington deep in UA territory. (The Huskies missed a 40-yard FG attempt.) Browning did throw two touchdown passes, including the winner in overtime to Dante Pettis, but passed for only 160 yards.

SPECIAL TEAMS

Grade: C-minus

Comment: Rich Rodriguez had hoped to get more out of Arizona\u2019s return game, and it didn\u2019t happen. If anything, things got worse. Johnson bobbled a kickoff return and got tackled at the 6-yard line. Phillips tried to field a bouncing punt and fumbled the ball away. On the plus side, Josh Pollack punted extremely well (51.7-yard average, two of three punts inside the 20) and the Wildcats kept the Huskies\u2019 dangerous return men in check.

COACHES

Grade: C-plus

Comment: Arizona wasn\u2019t supposed to have a chance against Washington yet easily could have won; Rodriguez and his staff deserve considerable credit for that. He made the right call to go for it on fourth-and-goal from the 2 in the second quarter; the play call \u2013 a Taylor run up the middle \u2013 wasn\u2019t the most imaginative. Rodriguez made the wrong call in not going for two at the end of regulation; Arizona had momentum, and its injury-depleted defense was running out of steam.

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The kickoff time and television assignment have been announced for Arizona's game at UCLA on Saturday.

The game will begin at 7:30 p.m. Pacific Time (also 7:30 in Arizona). It will be televised by ESPN.

All five Wildcats games this season have begun at 7:30 or later.

The start time for the following week's road game against Utah (Oct. 8) could be announced Monday.

Only one other Arizona kickoff time is known at this point: 7:30 p.m. for the season-ending Territorial Cup against Arizona State on Friday, Nov. 25.

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MIAMI (AP) \u2014 Jose Fernandez, the charismatic ace for the Miami Marlins who escaped Cuba to become one of baseball's brightest stars, was killed in a boating accident early Sunday. He was 24.

Fernandez and two other people died when their 32-foot vessel slammed into a jetty off Miami Beach, authorities said.

Authorities didn't know the time of the accident. The boat was found shortly after 3 a.m.

\"All I can do is scream in disbelief,\" said Hall of Famer Tony Perez, a Marlins executive and native of Cuba. \"Jose won the love of all. I feel as if I had lost a son.\"

Major League Baseball released a statement saying it was \"stunned and devastated.\"

\"He was one of our game's great young stars who made a dramatic impact on and off the field since his debut in 2013,\" Commissioner Rob Manfred said. \"Our thoughts and prayers are with his family, the Miami Marlins organization and all of the people he touched in his life.\"

The Marlins' game Sunday at home against the Atlanta Braves was canceled. The Braves, along with several other teams, quickly shared their condolences with the Marlins.

\"Hands down one of my favorite guys to watch pitch! He brought nothing but intensity and passion,\" Boston Red Sox pitcher David Price tweeted.

Within hours after the news broke, Marlins players gathered at the ballpark to grieve together.

\"A lot of words were said \u2014 meaningful words and emotion and prayer,\" team president David Samson said. \"Jose is a member of this family for all time.\"

Samson spoke at a news conference, surrounded by more than two dozen players wearing Marlins jerseys \u2014 black ones.

Pitcher David Phelps stared at the floor and shook his head, while outfielder Christian Yelich took a deep breath and exhaled slowly. Their eyes were red.

Manager Don Mattingly and president of baseball operations Michael Hill flanked Samson and unsuccessfully fought back tears.

\"When I think about Josie, it's going to be thinking about a little kid,\" Mattingly said. \"I see such a little boy in him ... the way he played. ... Kids play Little League, that's the joy Jose played with.\"

Fernandez was on a vessel that had a \"severe impact\" with a jetty, said Lorenzo Veloz of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. The overturned boat remained in the water for several hours, its engine partially submerged as its nose pointed skyward, as debris from the crash was scattered over some of the large jagged rocks.

Veloz described the condition of the boat as \"horrible.\"

City of Miami Fire-Rescue workers were seen carrying bodies, draped and on stretchers, at the Coast Guard station after sunrise Sunday. Officials later said they were taken to the medical examiner's office. Two bodies were found under the vessel and a third was found on the jetty, said Capt. Leonel Reyes of Miami-Dade Fire Rescue's Marine Services Bureau.

The names of the other two individuals are being withheld pending notification of relatives, the Coast Guard said.

\"It does appear that speed was involved due to the impact and the severity of it,\" Veloz said. \"It does appear to be that they were coming at full speed when they encountered the jetty, and the accident happened.\"

Veloz said there was no immediate indication that alcohol or drugs were a cause in the crash. He also said none of the three victims wore a life jacket, and that the boat was owned by a friend of Fernandez.

\"It does pertain to a friend of Jose who is very well connected with several Marlins players and I have stopped that boat before for safety inspections with other Marlins players on board,\" Veloz said. \"We know that this boat knows the area. We just can't answer why this happened.\"

Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria was out of town but planned to fly to Miami.

\"Sadly, the brightest lights are often the ones that extinguish the fastest,\" Loria said in a statement. \"Jose left us far too soon, but his memory will endure in all of us. At this difficult time, our prayers are with his mother, grandmother, family and friends.\"

Fernandez was a two-time All-Star who went 38-17 in his four seasons with the Marlins, winning the NL's Rookie of the Year award in 2013. The native of Santa Clara, Cuba became a U.S. citizen last year and was enormously popular in Miami thanks to his backstory, success and exuberant flair.

He tried to defect from Cuba at least three times \u2014 landing in jail after one of those unsuccessful tries \u2014 before eventually getting to the U.S. and going to high school in Tampa, Florida. The Marlins drafted him in 2011 and Fernandez was in the majors two years later.

Red Sox star David Ortiz asked the Tampa Bay Rays to cancel a pregame tribute they scheduled in his honor before his final game in their ballpark Sunday.

\"I don't have the words to describe the pain I feel,\" Ortiz said.

The New York Mets, in the thick of a playoff chase, are scheduled to play in Miami on Monday. Fernandez's debut game in 2013 was against the Mets \u2014 and he was scheduled to start against them Monday.

\"When the first pitch left his hand, the first thought is, 'Oh, wow, this is something special,'\" said Mets manager Terry Collins, who picked Fernandez for this year's All-Star Game. \"This was not only one of the greatest pitchers in the modern game but one of the finest young men you'd ever meet, who played the game with passion and fun and enjoyed being out there.\"

The game Monday will be played as scheduled, the Marlins said.

\"Deep in our hearts there is a lot of pain,\" third baseman Martin Prado said. \"Somehow we've got to overcome that.\"

Fernandez's death immediately brought memories of past baseball tragedies, such as the deaths of Thurman Munson and Roberto Clemente \u2014 stars who died in plane crashes in the 1970s.

Cleveland teammates Steve Olin and Tim Crews were killed in a boating accident in Florida in 1993, and the game also reeled from the sudden deaths of major leaguers Darryl Kile, Lyman Bostock and Cory Lidle in recent years.

Video boards at Marlins Park on Sunday morning showed a large \"16\" \u2014 Fernandez's uniform number \u2014 over his name. The number was also painted on the mound, and flowers rested on the rubber. A few dozen fans milled about in the ballpark plaza, some wearing Fernandez jerseys.

Fernandez posted a photo of his girlfriend sporting a \"baby bump\" on his Instagram page last week, announcing that the couple was expecting its first child.

\"I'm so glad you came into my life,\" Fernandez wrote in that post. \"I'm ready for where this journey is gonna take us together.\"

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AP Baseball Writer Ronald Blum in New York and AP freelancers Ian Harrison in Toronto, Mark Didtler in St. Petersburg and Jason Dearen in Gainesville contributed to this report.

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MIAMI (AP) \u2014 The Latest on the boating death of Miami Marlins pitching ace Jose Fernandez (all times local):

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12:25 p.m.

The owner of the Miami Marlins says he is feeling the \"deepest sorrow\" over the death of Jose Fernandez.

Jeffrey Loria released a statement early Sunday afternoon saying he, his family and the entire organization is mourning Fernandez's death.

Loria says that \"sadly, the brightest lights are often the ones that extinguish the fastest.\"

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10:55 a.m.

Authorities in Florida say Miami Marlins ace Jose Fernandez was not wearing a life vest when he was killed in a boating crash off Miami Beach early Sunday.

An official from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission told reporters that Fernandez was with two friends when the 32-foot SeaVee that they were traveling in hit rocks and capsized during a boating trip.

Lorenzo Veloz of the fish commission said the boat was found upside down. Two bodies were found under the vessel and one was found in the water by divers.

The boat was traveling full speed and was demolished. There was no evidence of alcohol or illegal substances being a factor in the crash.

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10:45 a.m.

Major League Baseball released a statement saying it was \"stunned and devastated\" by news of the death of ace right-hander Jose Fernandez.

The 24-year-old pitcher was killed in a boat crash early Sunday off Miami Beach. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is investigating. Two other people died.

MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred called Fernandez one of baseball's \"great young stars\" who made a dramatic impact on and off the field since his debut in 2013.

Manfred said: \"Our thoughts and prayers are with his family, the Miami Marlins organization and all of the people he touched in his life.\"

The Marlins' game Sunday at home against the Atlanta Braves has been canceled.

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The Miami Marlins have announced the death of ace right-hander Jose Fernandez.

The U.S. Coast Guard says Fernandez was one of three people killed in a boat crash off Miami Beach early Sunday.

The Marlins did not immediately release details, other than releasing a statement confirming the death of one of the top pitchers in baseball.

In the statement, the Marlins say they are \"devastated by the tragic loss of Jos\u00e9 Fern\u00e1ndez. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family at this very difficult time.\"

The Marlins' game Sunday at home against the Atlanta Braves has been canceled.

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NEW YORK (AP) \u2014 Liberty guard Brittany Boyd sat on the bench with her head bowed in prayer during the national anthem before a WNBA playoff game.

Hours earlier, college football players for Michigan and Michigan State, along with a group of students at North Carolina, raised their fists during the playing of \"The Star-Spangled Banner\" on Saturday.

Since 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick refused to stand for the anthem before NFL preseason games, citing racial injustice and police brutality, his movement has slowly spread across fields and courts in the U.S. On Saturday, college and professional athletes joined together to follow his lead after a week punctuated by riots in Charlotte, North Carolina , and the killing of an unarmed black man in Tulsa, Oklahoma .

This wasn't the first time Boyd sat during the anthem. She said she also did it at the last few games.

\"I don't want to stand up. I choose not to stand up and I sit down and pray,\" the second-year guard said. \"Colin and his message about social injustice going on in this country today is something I believe needs change.\"

The Berkeley, California, native had a Kaepernick jersey hanging in her locker and wore it to the arena Saturday night.

Her New York teammates stood, arms locked with their heads bowed before their WNBA playoff game with Phoenix. Mercury players Mistie Bass and Kelsey Bone kneeled, just as they had done during their first-round playoff game. Bass was inspired that younger athletes were joining an effort that until this weekend had been mostly led by the pros.

\"I think it shows that the younger generations are about this and they did it together,\" she said. \"They are understanding what is going on in our society. It's perfect because they are so caught up in their phones. To see them standing up for social injustices and wanting things to be right in their communities, I think is awesome.\"

Three Michigan State players \u2014 Delton Williams, Kenney Lyke and Gabe Sherrod \u2014 held their right fists in the air while standing on the sideline before the No. 8 Spartans hosted No. 11 Wisconsin.

\"Whether somebody salutes, puts the hand over their heart or does something else, everybody has a choice to make,\" Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio said after the Spartans' 30-6 loss. \"Our young people are in college, and I can promise you one thing, that when the flag is presented in some respect, I guess it becomes much more important now. It's not just, oh by the way, we'll just stand for 'The Star-Spangled Banner.'

\"All I can do is try and lead the best way I can, and be positive and accepting to our football team and our players,\" the coach added.

Several players for No. 4 Michigan also had their fists up before facing Penn State in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Among them were Khalid Hill, Mike McCray, Devin Bush, Elysee Mbem-Bosse and Jourdan Lewis.

Most college conferences play the anthem before the teams take the field. The Big Ten is among the exceptions.

The University of Michigan is 6 miles from Eastern Michigan University, where chanting students marched on the field Friday night after the school's 27-24 victory over Wyoming. The students were protesting racist graffiti on the campus earlier in the week.

\"We have great respect for our students engaged in the constructive efforts underway to address the issues we face,\" Eastern Michigan President James Smith said in a statement.

Before North Carolina hosted Pittsburgh, students wearing black shirts remained seated with fists raised. Roughly 100 black and white students wearing the shirts participated, as well as at least two UNC band members who took a knee, one while raising a fist. Chapel Hill is about 140 miles northeast of Charlotte.

Nebraska players Michael Rose-Ivey, Daishon Neal and Mohamed Barry also kneeled before the No. 20 Cornhuskers' game at Northwestern.

At Baylor, some students in the stands kneeled during the anthem before the game against Oklahoma State.

Not everyone has supported the protests. The 49ers quarterback and some of the other athletes have received backlash from fans and Kaepernick said he even got some death threats .

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh was Kaepernick's coach for four seasons in San Francisco. Last month, Harbaugh said he supported Kaepernick's motivation to speak out but took exception to his method.

After Saturday's game, Harbaugh said he had been thinking a lot about the issue the past couple of weeks and that he supports his players.

\"This is something that's not going away. It's going to keep happening,\" Harbaugh said after the Wolverines' 49-10 victory. \"It's not something that's going to keep them out of heaven. So I'm not going to worry about it. As long as it doesn't keep them out of heaven for supporting their minds, I support it.\"

Kaepernick was at a high school football game on Friday night. He spoke to players from Castlemont High School and joined them on the sideline before the game. A photo by former NFL linebacker Kirk Morrison on Twitter shows Kaepernick kneeling while the rest of the team laid on their backs with their hands up during the anthem.

The gestures on Saturday came a day after it was announced that Tommie Smith and John Carlos will join the U.S. Olympic team at the White House for a meeting with President Barack Obama. The raised-fist salutes by the American sprinters on the medal stand at the 1968 Olympics became a political flash point.

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AP Sports Writers Joe Reedy, Noah Trister and Aaron Beard contributed to this story.

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HOUSTON (AP) \u2014 When you're Russell Westbrook, the undisputed king of NBA fashion, you don't spend the offseason like a typical player.

The five-time All-Star passes his time designing clothes, perched on the front row for shows during New York Fashion Week or talking style and tennis with Vogue magazine editor-in-chief Anna Wintour.

\"Sitting down and talking to Anna is very casual,\" Westbrook said. \"I think it's important ... when you get an opportunity to learn something different about somebody. Like I'm sitting down talking to Anna, she loves tennis which is something I didn't know about her. And to be able to sit down and talk to her about different things \u2014 she didn't know much about me in the basketball space so she had an opportunity to be able to talk about that.

\"And as for fashion, I may ask her questions and throw different things at her that she may know about the fashion space,\" Westbrook said.

As the Oklahoma City Thunder star prepared to launch a new capsule collection called True Religion X Russell Westbrook, which will be available exclusively on the True Religion app Sunday and online and in stores on Oct. 6, he took time to talk fashion with The Associated Press.

The 17-piece collection is very much a reflection of his style. It features skinny jeans, T-shirts and thermals meant for layering, with the rips and distressing that he has long incorporated into his wardrobe. The collection also has several pieces that include the \"Why Not?\" motto that is important to him, not just in fashion, but in life.

\"It's what I believe in and what got me to this point, including fashion and everything else, and it's a motto that I stand by,\" he said.

Westbrook's arrival at Thunder games has been an event for years due to his parade of fabulous outfits. Many of his fashion-forward offerings have been hits, but there have certainly been a few misses. Not surprisingly, whether the reaction to his outfits is good, bad or indifferent, it doesn't change how he feels about his gear.

And with a dizzying array of ensembles, it's impossible for him to pick a favorite.

\"Whatever I wear, I love it,\" he said. \"You've got to love it when you put it on.\"

But has there ever been a time where he looked back at an outfit, like the widely panned Slayer/striped shirt ensemble he wore to a game in January, and thought: maybe that wasn't such a good look?

\"Nope,\" he said sternly. \"Never.\"

Westbrook doesn't care what others think about his look, and he's passed on style advice to less-fashionable NBA players who have asked for help. But he isn't exactly dishing out specific tips.

\"Be themselves,\" he said. \"I think that's the most important thing about fashion is to be able to express yourself, but also be yourself and be confident in what you're wearing.\"

Westbrook's penchant for transforming his arena entrance into a high-fashion runway has undoubtedly upped the style game of players across the league. And it's also seeped into both the NFL and MLB, where more players than ever now dare to push the fashion envelope.

Since Westbrook has dubbed himself \"Fashion King\" on social media, it's only fair to ask his majesty who he'd deem the second-most fashionable man in the NBA. That title goes to a person who spent most of last season playing for the Beikong Fly Dragons of the Chinese Basketball Association.

\"Dorell Wright, he's a great dresser,\" Westbrook said of the NBA journeyman.

The 27-year-old Westbrook also shared what happens to all those pricey threads after he wears them one time. The answer is that he gives them away. But, no they aren't all sitting in a forgotten corner of some Goodwill store in Oklahoma City (although a few things might be).

He does donate some select items to charity, but he mostly gifts them to friends and relatives after their debut.

\"My friends make sure they grab them,\" he said. \"A lot of my friends put the bid in first while I wear it, they'll be like: 'Oh yeah I want that.'\"

But this must be a tragic situation for Westbrook's unlucky buddies who don't share his 6-foot-3, 187-pound, muscle-bound frame.

\"It's funny,\" he said. \"They all wear the same size as me.\"

Because of this, the competition is fierce to see who will snag his coolest outfits. Not that asking guarantees receiving.

\"I know their style,\" he said. \"I know what they like to wear. So I'll decide who gets what.\"

And sometimes he has to be blunt and tell one of them they simply can't pull off a certain look.

\"I'll be like: 'No, this is not for you,'\" he said.

All those eye-catching outfits make his fashion budget a subject of speculation. Last year, USA Today even did a story estimating it would cost nearly $300,000 to dress like Westbrook for an entire season.

He scoffed at that outlandish number.

\"Never,\" he said. \"Nowhere close. Because I don't even pay for a lot of my clothes anymore, so that's not even possible.\"

So just how much would it set one back to dress like the \"Fashion King\" for an 82-game NBA season?

\"I don't know,\" he said. \"I have no idea. But I don't shop all high-end. I shop at Zara. I shop everywhere. I don't binge, so it would never be that much.\"

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Arizona lost to No. 9 Washington 35-28 in overtime Saturday night at Arizona Stadium. Here are some pertinent notes, quotes and statistics:

NOTES

*\u00a0Freshman tailback J.J. Taylor suffered a broken left ankle late in the third quarter, UA coach Rich Rodriguez said. That presumably ends Taylor\u2019s promising freshman season. He had 265 yards on 37 carries in seven quarters of work before getting hurt.

*\u00a0Without Taylor, Nick Wilson (ankle) and Orlando Bradford (dismissed from team), Arizona was down to its fourth- and fifth-string tailbacks. Converted receiver Tyrell Johnson had issues with ball security, including a key fumble. Zach Green gained 19 yards on six carries.

*\u00a0QB Brandon Dawkins rushed for a career-high 176 yards on 13 carries. In three starts, he has 44 carries for 391 yards (8.9 ypc) and seven touchdowns. His 79-yard touchdown was the longest by an Arizona quarterback since at least 1997.

*\u00a0Shun Brown had the first 100-yard receiving game by a Wildcat this season (7-114). The sophomore leads the team with 13 receptions for 213 yards.

*\u00a0Arizona allowed a season-high 35 points, including seven in overtime. The Wildcats\u2019 points against so far this season: 18, 21, 28, 35.

*\u00a0The Wildcats collected four sacks, marking the 15th straight game the team has recorded at least one sack (dating to last season).

*\u00a0Jack Banda started in place of Sani Fuimaono at defensive tackle \u2014 Fuimaono moved over to nose guard in place of the injured Parker Zellers \u2014 and finished with a game-high two sacks. They were Banda\u2019s first sacks since last year\u2019s Washington game.

*\u00a0Cornerback Dane Cruikshank, a redshirt junior, had the first interception of his career in the fourth quarter.

QUOTES

Rich Rodriguez on the Wildcats\u2019 overall effort: \u201cOur guys played hard, but we made a few mistakes that cost us in some key times against a really good team. I\u2019m proud of our guys\u2019 effort. We have to get some execution things cleaned up in all three phases and try and get better.\u201d

Rodriguez on whether he considered going for two late in regulation: \u201cNope. I\u2019ve been in a bunch of overtime games. I have a philosophy on it.\u201d

Rodriguez on Arizona hanging with a top-10 team despite being a 16-point underdog: \u201cI don\u2019t look at point spreads. I\u2019m not in that business. I\u2019m in the coaching business. It\u2019s a good football team; they\u2019re ranked in the top 10 for a reason. They have some future NFL players. They\u2019re well coached. They played hard. Our guys played hard. There\u2019s certainly some positives that we can take from that game.\u201d

Rodriguez on Arizona\u2019s RB injuries: \u201cExtremely frustrating. I mean, J.J. Taylor breaks his ankle. This guy\u2019s going to be lights out. He is lights out. He will be again whenever he comes back. Unbelievable.\u201d

UW coach Chris Petersen on Dawkins\u2019 running: \u201cAnytime you have a running quarterback like that, it is really hard and frustrating. The three guys we played up to this point don't run like he runs. When a guy is that fast and you miss him, he makes you pay.\u201d

Dawkins on the unsuccessful fourth-and-goal play in the second quarter: \u201cHe wanted to keep the offense on the field, and I don\u2019t blame him for it. He trusted us enough to go for it, and they gave us a certain look. I should\u2019ve checked out of the play.\u201d

Banda on not getting key stops at the end of the game: \u201cWe play as a unit, and we have to lean on each other at some points. I feel like we had a few key stops. Our secondary played well to let me get those sacks; they were coverage sacks. So I feel like we came together at certain points. But we could\u2019ve done better.\u201d

LB Cody Ippolito on whether Arizona\u2019s defense wore down at the end: \u201cNo, not at all. We condition probably more than anyone in the Pac-12, and we can keep up with anyone. I think we can run people into the ground, and I think we (are) more conditioned than the other team. It just came down to who was going to make the last play.\u201d

STATS

* Washington RB Lavon Coleman rushed for a game-high 181 yards on 11 carries, including a 55-yard touchdown.

*\u00a0Washington (352 yards) and Arizona (308) combined for 660 rushing yards.

*\u00a0The Wildcats allowed a season-high 512 total yards.

*\u00a0Arizona had a season-low two penalties for 30 yards after committing a season-high 11 for 105 yards last week.

*\u00a0Arizona had a season-high three turnovers after not turning the ball over in either of the previous two games.

*\u00a0Sophomore safety Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles had a team-high eight tackles and two pass breakups.

* Josh Pollack averaged 51.7 yards on three punts, including two that were downed inside the 20-yard line.

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