6P: Dayne Crist Done For The Season; Cliff Lee's Next Start; NFL Likely To Meet With Sterger

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QB Dayne Crist Suffers Injury
Notre Dame quarterback Dayne Crist suffered a season-ending injury today against Tulsa. Crist suffered a ruptured patella tendon in his left knee, according to NBC Sports. The injury happened in the first quarter, when Crist took a hit from linebacker Tanner Antle at the end of a 29-yard run. Freshman QB Tommy Rees replaced the injured Crist. Notre Dame is trailing Tulsa 28-27 in the fourth quarter.

No Plan for Cliff Lee in Game 4
Cliff Lee's throwing arm won't be tested on short rest, according to Texas manager Ron Washington. The Rangers skipper says he hasn't had any conversations with Cliff Lee about the possibility of the ace left-hander pitching Game 4. Washington said Tommy Hunter will pitch Sunday as scheduled. Lee's next start is slated for Monday's Game 5, if necessary. Texas trails the Giants in the Series, 2-0.

Jenn Sterger's Lawyer Expects Meeting
Jenn Sterger's attorney, Joe Conway, said Saturday that his client is expected to meet with the NFL this week about the league's investigation of the texts that Brett Favre allegedly sent to Sterger, according to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. "There is a very strong likelihood that Ms. Sterger will agree to meet with the NFL in their ongoing investigation," Conway said Saturday. "I expect that such a meeting will take place late next week at an undisclosed location."

The Associated Press contributed to this report.