Your morning roundup for Feb. 13, a day in which a Supreme Court justice prepares to celebrate five years of playing mum at work.
• There was some fallout from Friday night's Islanders/Penguins melee. On the Strong Island side: a nine-game suspension for elbow-to-head action, a four-game suspension for ambushing and a $100,000 team fine for what NHL VP Colin Campbell deemed "failure to control their players." For Pittsburgh, a 10-game suspension for leaving the bench and a minor bus accident for heading to Manhattan to face the Rangers today. [New York Daily News]
• Villanova's Maalik Wayns hit a three-pointer that would have tied last night's game against Big East leading Pittsburgh at 57 if he hadn't shot it after the final buzzer. Chippy game. A punch. Three technicals. Fifty free throws. Said Pitt coach Jamie Dixon, "Our Philly guys played like Philly guys. That's why I'll be staying in Philly and recruiting [Sunday]." [Post Gazette]
• And then there were no undefeated teams: The Wisconsin Badgers rallied from a 15-point second-half deficit to upset No. 1 Ohio State yesterday. Final score: 71-67. [Madison.com]
• Urban Meyer doesn't miss that "garbage" associated with coaching college football. And if he'd had known about all those violations and whatnot, he may never have gotten into coaching in the first place. [Orlando Sentinel]
• Rex Ryan guarantees the Jets will win the Super Bowl next year. Rex Ryan probably hasn't heard about the potential lockout. [Star-Ledger]
• The Heat visit the Celtics at 1 p.m. [Miami Herald]
• Update on Tiger Woods having a good time in Dubai: After the wind-laden third round of the Desert Classic, he stood a shot behind leader Rory McIlroy for his first title in more than a year. In the fourth round, he failed. [USA Today]