Testaverde heads hall of fame class
• Heisman Trophy winner Vinny Testaverde of Miami was selected for induction into the College Football Hall of Fame. Testaverde is one of 12 former players to be picked by the National Football Foundation as part of the latest hall of fame class that will be announced today.
• Former Oregon cornerback Cliff Harris was arrested after witnesses reported him fighting with his girlfriend outside a restaurant in Hillsboro, Ore. The arrest for alleged domestic harassment in Hillsboro on Friday comes less than a week after the 22-year-old player was cut from the New York Jets following an arrest for alleged marijuana possession. He had been signed to a reserve-future contract with the Jets in January. Police were called to the restaurant. Harris was released Saturday after posting bail. Harris, an All-American in 2010, was dismissed from the Ducks in December 2011 for violating team rules.
Switzerland upsets Czech Republic 5-2
• Switzerland sprung yet another upset at the ice hockey world championship in Helsinki, beating the Czech Republic 5-2 for its third consecutive victory over a traditional power. Switzerland blew a 2-0 lead before scoring three goals in the third period to remain undefeated in the tournament after defeating co-host Sweden and then edging Canada in a penalty shootout Sunday. Five different players scored for the Swiss, while Jiri Hudler had both Czech goals. Swiss goaltender Reto Berra had 37 saves. In another early game, Slovakia came from behind twice to beat Germany 3-2.
O’Sullivan wins fifth world snooker title
• Ronnie O’Sullivan won his fifth world championship snooker title in Sheffield, England, beating fellow Englishman Barry Hawkins 18-12 in his first tournament since returning from a long sabbatical. He became the first player to successfully defend the title since Stephen Hendry in 1996. His previous victories came in 2001, ’04, ’08 and last year. He spent the past year out of the game to deal with personal issues.
• Luca Paolini of Italy used a late solo attack to win the third stage of the Giro d’Italia and take the overall lead from compatriot Salvatore Puccio. Paolini, who rides for Katusha, broke away toward the end of the final descent to complete the 138-mile leg from Sorrento to Marina di Ascea in 5 hours, 43 minutes, 50 seconds. Cadel Evans beat defending champion Ryder Hesjedal in a bunch sprint for second place, with both finishing 16 seconds behind.
• A Utah prosecutor says he plans to decide within a day or two what charges to file against a teenager accused of punching a soccer referee who later died after slipping into a coma. Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill says he and his team are reviewing the evidence and state statutes to determine appropriate charges. Gill says there are strict rules to follow because the suspect is a juvenile. Police say the 17-year-old, whose name hasn’t been released, struck Ricardo Portillo, 46, in the side of the head during a recreational soccer league match after the referee called a penalty.
• Liborio Solis of Venezuela defeated Japan’s Kohei Kono by a majority decision to win the WBA super flyweight title in Tokyo.
— From wire reports