Archive For September 2008

Tigers trying to stay focused after loss

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CLEMSON —Considered the best in the Atlantic Coast Conference with expectations of a national championship run, the Tigers were humbled by No. 24 Alabama 34-10 on Saturday night and rode home searching for answers.

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Boone’s HR rallies Nationals to 6th straight win

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By the time he rounded second base, Aaron Boone’s momentary disappointment at not executing a bunt was already a distant memory.

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Hayden, Schwartz signed to Panthers practice squad

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The Carolina Panthers have signed five players to the practice squad, including draft picks Nick Hayden and Geoff Schwartz.

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Big Ten gets a black eye

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What’s brewing today with the 2008 Ohio State Buckeyes …

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No. 18 Vols open against new-look Bruins

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Tennessee had a rocky stop in California last year. The Volunteers hope for a smoother visit this time.

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Weir takes 1-shot lead in Boston

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Sunshine began to bake the greens, the wind kept players guessing and the birdie cheers kept right on coming Sunday in the Deutsche Bank Championship, the final one for Mike Weir.

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Weir regains lead over Villegas in Boston

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Canadian Mike Weir birdied the final hole to snatch a one-shot lead after the third round of the Deutsche Bank Championship on Sunday.

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Toro Rosso say Bourdais must prove his talent

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Ferrari-powered Toro Rosso have told Frenchman Sebastien Bourdais he cannot take his place at the Formula One team for granted beyond the end of the season.

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Miller double helps Rangers to 4-2 win at Celtic

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Rangers romped to a 4-2 away win over champions Celtic in their first Glasgow derby of the season to go top of the Scottish Premier League on Sunday.

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Federer and Jankovic hit top gear

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A satisfied Roger Federer said his game is right where he wants it as he headed into the second week of the U.S. Open with a hassle-free 6-3 6-3 6-2 victory over 28th seed Radek Stepanek on Sunday.

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