Some of the sports stories The Associated Press is covering Monday. A full Sports Digest will be sent by about 3 p.m. All times EST:

- GENEVA - Russia could be banned from next year's Olympics in Rio de Janeiro after a devastating World Anti-Doping Agency report accuses the government of complicity in widespread doping and cover-ups.

- COLUMBIA, Mo. - The University of Missouri's president resigns amid protests of his handling of racial issues. Thirty black football players had said they would boycott team activities until Tim Wolfe was removed.

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- The AP releases its men's college basketball All-America team. To be sent about 1:30 p.m.

- BOCA RATON, Fla. - Baseball general managers arrive for their annual four-day meeting. Protection for middle infielders is likely to be a topic following Chase Utley's takeout slide of Ruben Tejada.

- SAN DIEGO - In a Monday night game between teams in the midst of lost seasons, the San Diego Chargers (2-6) play the Chicago Bears (2-5).

- The NFL passes its halfway mark, with several key injuries certain to figure in the race for the playoffs - none more than those to Ben Roethlisberger (foot) and Teddy Bridgewater (concussion).

- PITTSBURGH - Steelers backup Landry Jones is in the mix again now that Ben Roethlisberger seems unlikely to play next Sunday against Cleveland.

- INDIANAPOLIS - Two weeks ago, Andrew Luck and the Colts were booed at. A week ago, the offensive coordinator was fired. Now, after an upset of Denver, all seems right.

- IRVING, Texas - The Cowboys were sure they'd win at least once without an injured Tony Romo. They have failed in six tries for their longest losing streak in 26 years.

- TUSCALOOSA, Ala. - No. 3 Alabama is back in the same position as last season: In firm control of its SEC and playoff fate following an early loss. Next up: Mississippi State, Charleston Southern and Auburn.

- CLEMSON, S.C. - With its toughest games behind, No. 1 Clemson embarks on perhaps the most challenging part of its regular season - avoiding missteps on the way to the College Football Playoffs.

- KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The hottest seat in college basketball this season belongs to Indiana's Tom Crean - just like last season. Which other coaches need to put up wins this season to avoid looking for work?

- The NHL took two skaters off the ice in overtime this season, hoping a 3-on-3 format would lead to fewer games ending with shootouts. So far, so good.

- JACKSON, Miss. - Roberto Castro leads by a stroke entering the final day of the PGA Tour's rain-soaked Sanderson Farms Championship.

- Major League Baseball's players union has teamed with a company to provide an easier route for finding supplements that can help performance without violating drug policies.