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Sports Blurbs

Fan killed in post-game rage, USC Trojans hire new head coach, and Tim Duncan becomes first since 1991 to record a 20-20 game.

Birmingham, Alabama: Michelle Shepherd, a 36-year old Alabama fan, was shot and killed last Saturday in a murder sparked by rage over Alabama’s loss to in-state rival Auburn. “[The killer] said we weren’t real Alabama fans because it didn’t bother us that they lost. And then she started shooting,” Michelle’s sister told the Associated Press. Adrian Briskey has been charged with the murder, and the police are investigating whether alcohol was involved.

Los Angeles, California: The USC Trojans hired Steve Sarkisian as their new head coach, replacing interim Ed Orgeron. Orgeron, reportedly upset over the move, has announced his resignation prior to the Trojan’s bowl game. Sarkisian has spent the last five seasons in Washington, coaching the Huskies to three straight 7-win seasons.

San Antonio, Texas: Tim Duncan became the first 37-year old since 1991 to record a 20-20 game, as he lifted the Spurs over the Atlanta Hawks with a jumper with 0.4 seconds left on the clock. The Big Fundamental finished with 23 points and 21 rebounds to give the Spurs a 102-100 victory last Monday night.