Archive For December 2008

Falcons fly high to beat Chargers

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SAN DIEGO — It’s all but over for the star-studded San Diego Chargers, who were done in Sunday by a rookie quarterback, a rookie head coach and a former teammate.

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South Carolina coaches let go

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COLUMBIA — University of South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier announced Sunday that two of his assistants are no longer members of the Gamecock coaching staff.

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Packers safety takes blame for loss to Carolina

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GREEN BAY, Wis. — Green Bay Packers cornerback Charles Woodson’s welcomed return to safety for the first time in three years had an ending Sunday that some might hope to forget.

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Onward Oklahoma: BCS favors OU over Texas

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A week before the final standings are released and the Bowl Championship Series is already ticking people off.

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Close isn’t good enough for Duke anymore

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David Cutcliffe always said his first Duke team would be defined by its play in November. He was right.

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Panthers find a way to beat Packers

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GREEN BAY, Wis. — The Carolina Panthers should have been trudging into a snowy Green Bay night wondering for the second week in a row if they’re really as good as their record would indicate.

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Ishikawa becomes Japan’s youngest million-dollar man

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Japanese schoolboy Ryo Ishikawa became the youngest player to win 100 million yen in a season on Japan’s professional tour at the Casio World Open on Sunday.

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Zahrobska sheds one-win wonder tag in Aspen

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World champion Sarka Zahrobska set the record straight when she beat a strong field and testing winds to win her first World Cup slalom in Aspen on Sunday.

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Giants crush the Redskins to improve to 11-1

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The New York Giants won their seventh straight game and closed in on the NFC East title by defeating the Washington Redskins 23-7 on Sunday.

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Arsenal stun Chelsea as United gain ground

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Arsenal stunned Premier League leaders Chelsea at Stamford Bridge Sunday as two Robin van Persie goals earned the Gunners a 2-1 victory.

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