Good morning, America. It's February 12th, 2016. Welcome to the VICE Sports World News Roundup. Be sure to stop every morning for more headlines from around the world.
I forgot to mention this yesterday, but Adam Johnson, the (former) Sunderland winger, pled guilty to one count of "sexual activity with a child" and one count of "grooming," which means he knew the girl was under age. She was reportedly 15. Sunderland has since released Johnson.
Italian journalists are reporting Inter's debt has reached a whopping 117 million euros.
Julian Nagelsmann, 28, is now the head coach of Hoffenheim. The decision to appoint Nagelsmann was publicized months ago, but he wasn't expected to take over until next season. Nagelsmann has worked for years at Hoffenheim, coaching various youth teams.
This weekend's Six Nations fixtures are: France - Ireland, Wales - Scotland, Italy - England.
The Mourinho-to-United saga rumbles on. The Independent says Mourinho has agreed "in principle" to become Manchester United's manager next season, whatever the hell that means. Current manager Louis Van Gaal says he would know, and he hasn't heard about it.
More highlights from the Women's Olympic Qualifying tournament. This time a Trinidadian player picked up a ball she thought had rolled out of bounds. The ref disagreed and awarded a penalty. Here's another angle, via Reddit. T&T won, 3-1.
Photo of the Day
At Fenway Park, some guys jumped off this huge ramp on their snowboards. Look at the size of this thing!