HOLYFIELD TO FIGHTEvander Holyfield, the first four-time world heavyweight champion, wants to become the first to win five world titles. The 43-year-old Holyfield will continue the long comeback road against Fres Oquendo on Nov. 10 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. Holyfield's most recent bout was a second-round TKO victory over Jeremy Bates on Aug. 18 in Dallas. The 10-round pay-per-view bout against Oquendo will be carried on Fox Sports Net.


MORE TROUBLE: Former Ohio State tailback Maurice Clarett was indicted Thursday on new charges related to a highway chase and violent struggle with police. Clarett, who was found with four loaded guns in his SUV, was indicted on five charges that include carrying a concealed weapon and two counts of failure to comply with an order from a police officer. He will be arraigned Monday.


O'BRYANT BREAKS FOOT: Golden State Warriors rookie center Patrick O'Bryant probably will miss the start of training camp after breaking his right foot. O'Bryant, the ninth overall selection in the June NBA draft, was injured during an offseason scrimmage in Las Vegas last month. Team doctors diagnosed the injury in San Francisco this week.

SWOOPES SITS: Sheryl Swoopes, the only player on the U.S. national team with three Olympic gold medals, was held out of an exhibition game against Australia on Thursday with back spasms. She was in uniform but stayed on the bench during the game at Duke University.

Figure skating

OLYMPIANS REGISTER: Olympic silver medalist Sasha Cohen, world champ Kimmie Meissner, Johnny Weir and Evan Lysacek are among 11 Olympians who are registered to compete at the 2007 national championships. U.S. Figure Skating said Thursday. They automatically get byes into the competition, which is Jan. 21-28 in Spokane, Wash.