Archive For February 2009

Clemson scorer answers his critics

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CLEMSON — The in your-face defense Clemson forward K.C. Rivers faced last Thursday in the Tigers’ 86-82 come-from-behind victory over Virginia Tech was nothing compared to the line of questions he got from the media in the days leading up to the game.

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Women’s basketball: Clemson at Georgia Tech

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Clemson is coming off perhaps its worst loss of the Cristy McKinney era.

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Perfect Parker: When he starts, Steelers win

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TAMPA, Fla. — Willie Parker is the perfect running back for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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Steelers invite families to final Super Bowl drill

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TAMPA, Fla. — The Pittsburgh Steelers finished their Super Bowl preparations on Saturday with something that’s usually missing from game-week practices: a crowd.

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Super Bowl XLIII: Warner not concerned about legacy

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TAMPA, Fla. — Kurt Warner’s legacy was a hot topic of debate during Super Bowl week

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Smith, Woodson make Hall of Fame

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TAMPA, Fla. — Bruce Smith, Rod Woodson and Derrick Thomas, all witnesses for the defense. All Pro Football Hall of Famers.

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The last word in astrology: 2/01/09

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CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Lola Forsberg, 10; Lee Thompson Young, 25; Pauly Shore, 40; Lisa Marie Presley, 41

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Blog charts woes of dating Wall Street bankers

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Their clothing allowance has been halved, they’ve had to fire their personal trainers and their sex lives have tanked.

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Hayes’s sister reads thank-you note after Hall of Fame entry

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Bob Hayes, known as “The World’s Fastest Human” after winning 100 meters gold at the 1964 Olympics, gave thanks on Saturday for being elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame despite having passed away in 2002.

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Smith, Woodson among class elected to Hall of Fame

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Pass rusher Bruce Smith, defensive back Rod Woodson and former Olympic gold medal sprinter and NFL receiver Bob Hayes were among six men elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame Saturday.

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