GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Top-ranked Florida will be without star linebacker Brandon Spikes for the first half of Saturday's game against Vanderbilt.
Coach Urban Meyer suspended Spikes on Monday, two days after the defensive captain apparently attempted to gouge the eyes of Georgia running back Washaun Ealey in a 41-17 victory.
Spikes issued a statement apologizing for what he did.
MILAN -- David Beckham will return to AC Milan on loan in January after the Italian club reached an agreement with the Los Angeles Galaxy of Major League Soccer.
The England midfielder played for Milan for six months in the first half of the year. He scored two goals in 18 games and has won back his place on England's national team.
Beckham will join AC Milan on Dec. 28 and remain with the team through the end of its season on May 16. He will rejoin the Galaxy when the summer transfer window opens in July.
LONDON -- The World Anti-Doping Agency has asked tennis to investigate Andre Agassi's admission that he took crystal meth in 1997.
WADA director general David Howman would not elaborate on what he wrote in the letter sent to the ATP, but he told The Associated Press he hopes it "would bring a considered response."
Agassi wrote in his soon-to-be-released autobiography Open that he ingested crystal meth and then lied to the governing body of men's tennis to avoid a suspension after failing a doping test.
SHANGHAI -- Doug Barron, a 40-year-old journeyman who lost his tour card three years ago, became the first player to be suspended by the PGA Tour for testing positive for a performance-enhancing substance.
Barron has been suspended for one year. He played eight full seasons on the tour, with his best finish a tie for third at the Byron Nelson Championship in 2006.
ARLINGTON, Va. -- The Washington Capitals say Alex Ovechkin is "week-to-week" with an upper-body injury.
The Capitals said Monday that the two-time league MVP suffered an "upper-body strain" in Sunday's overtime loss to Columbus.
Ovechkin will travel with the team while receiving treatment.