COLLEGES:Connor Wingo-Reeves, a linebacker at Monacan (Va.) High School, backed out of his oral commitment to Temple and accepted a scholarship offer from Virginia.
Wingo-Reeves committed to Temple in August. The Cavaliers offered the 6-foot-3, 225-pounder a scholarship on Sunday.
CYCLING:Lance Armstrong said he is "ready to speak candidly" as he prepares to discuss doping allegations against him in his upcoming interview with Oprah Winfrey.
He would not divulge what he will tell Winfrey in Monday's interview that is scheduled to air Thursday. He said from the side of the road: "I'm calm, I'm at ease and ready to speak candidly. I hope we'll talk for a couple of hours."
RUNNING:Bazu Worku and Merima Mohammed gave Ethiopia a sweep of the men's and women's divisions of the Houston Marathon.
SKIING:Tina Maze of Slovenia reached another milestone by winning her first super-G in St. Anton, Austria, to become the sixth female skier to win a World Cup race in all five Alpine disciplines.
HORSE RACING: Mischief Maker easily beat two rivals to notch her first stakes win in the $67,500 Swirlaway for New York-bred fillies and mares at Aqueduct.
SOCCER:Robin van Persie scored his English Premier League-leading 17th goal and Nemanja Vidic added another on a deflection as first-place Manchester United topped visiting Liverpool, 2-1. . . . Manchester City got goals from James Milner and Edin Dzeko in a chippy 2-0 win over Arsenal, beating the Gunners in North London for the first time in 38 years.
Andrea Pirlo gave Juventus the lead with a trademark free kick but the Italian league-leaders had to settle for a 1-1 tie with host Parma after Nicola Sansone's 78th-minute score. - Staff and wire reports