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BRIEFS

New Haven wrestling coach Humble retiring

Longtime high school wrestling coach Barry Humble announced that this will be his last season.

Humble, a 1989 Indiana High School Wrestling Coaches Association Hall of Fame inductee, has spent 43 seasons as a head coach or assistant at Adams Central, Northrop, South Side and New Haven, where he is currently the coach.

He compiled a 543-205-2 record that includes 15 ACAC titles, 10 sectional championships, two regional titles and three top-10 finishes at state.

BASKETBALL

76ers lose guard for season

Philadelphia 76ers guard Jason Richardson will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury. Richardson will soon undergo surgery on his left knee.

Storm keeps Knicks in Minneapolis

The Knicks are stuck in Minneapolis thanks to the massive snowstorm that is pelting the New York-to-Boston corridor. The team will stay in Minnesota overnight and try to get home today. The Knicks are scheduled to play the Los Angeles Clippers at Madison Square Garden on Sunday.

FOOTBALL

LSU in talks with former IU coach

A person familiar with the situation says former Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron, a former Indiana coach and player, is in talks with LSU coach Les Miles to run the Tigers’ offense. Cameron coached the Hoosiers from 1997 to 2001.

Saints interview ex-Dallas assistant

Former Cowboys assistant Rob Ryan interviewed with the Saints for their vacant defensive coordinator job. New Orleans said Ryan met with coach Sean Payton on Friday. Payton interviewed University of Georgia defensive coordinator Todd Grantham on Thursday.

TENNIS

Nadal reaches semis in Chile

In Vina Del Mar, Chile, Rafael Nadal won his first of two matches in a test of his sore left knee, defeating fellow Spaniard Daniel Gimeno-Traver 6-1, 6-4 to reach the semifinals of the VTR Open. Nadal had not played for seven months until he took the court this week in the Pacific coastal resort city. With a doubles match set for later Friday, Nadal will have played five matches in four days. He’s yet to lose a set.

Aussie runner-up to skip tourney

Li Na pulled out of next week’s Qatar Open because of the ankle injury she suffereed in the Australia Open final. Li injured her left ankle during her three-set loss to Victoria Azarenka for the Australian Open title.

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