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Feb 22,2008
Joey Meyer had just graduated from DePaul University in 1971 when he landed a pretty good job - freshman basketball coach at his alma mater. Within two years he was promoted to junior varsity coach, then assistant varsity coach.   FATHER-SON DUO - San Diego State University Aztecs assistant coach Mark Fisher (right), son of head coach Steve Fisher, reports to an associate athletic director. CNS photo by Sean M. Haffey.  His boss the entire time? His ... [full story]
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Feb 22,2008
When he finished a bike race anywhere in the world - Europe, Malaysia, anywhere - Saul Raisin repeated the same post-race ritual. He'd phone his mother in Georgia and send a two-letter text. OK.   INSPIRATION TO OTHERS - Bicyclist Saul Raisin, competing in a professional time trial in September, was told in November he could not safely return to racing. CNS Photo courtesy of Casey B. Gibson.  When your chosen profession has caused a broken hip, ... [full story]
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Feb 22,2008
When it comes to racing in America, Toyota doesn't fail. Which is why Toyota's struggles last year in its debut season at NASCAR's highest level served as something of a warning to other teams. "I don't think they are going to go away ... which makes you believe they are going to get a lot better," said Rick Hendrick, the leader of the most powerful Chevrolet team in stock car racing. Guess what, Toyota has ... [full story]
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Feb 22,2008
Research began in my closet. In there somewhere among the T-shirts had to be one bearing the message, "Yo Monica!" Here it was, hanging over here. I might note that I have only one suit that fits and not many sports jackets or slacks, but I have a great many T-shirts (that somebody else in my house frequently advises me to winnow down). One T-shirt I would be loath to surrender is this one relating ... [full story]
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Feb 22,2008
SAN DIEGO - When golf architect Rees Jones looks over Torrey Pines South, he sees a course that will play much harder in June. Because he redesigned both of them for U.S. Opens and because both are public courses played by the masses, golf architect Rees Jones finds it easy to connect Bethpage Black on Long Island, N.Y., and Torrey Pines South on the bluffs of La Jolla in San Diego.   LOOKING SOUTH - When ... [full story]
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Feb 22,2008
Belgium and the Netherlands have submitted preliminary paperwork to FIFA headquarters to co-host the 2018 World Cup, formally opening what promises to be a particularly spirited battle for the biggest prize in global sport this side of the Olympics. FIFA announced last October that, starting in 2018, it is ending the policy of rotating the World Cup among continents - Asia in 2002, Europe in 2006, Africa in 2010, South America in 2014. The theory ... [full story]
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Feb 22,2008
Where have you gone, NASCAR? Where have you gone, Richard Petty and the high-winged Plymouth Superbirds ... David Pearson and the Wood Brothers' Mercury Cyclone ... Junior Johnson's famed one-of-a-kind banana car? Anyone else remember when Petty and Bobby Allison would have at it on and off the track? Apparently a lot of NASCAR fans do. And they don't like the politically correct/corporate direction their sport is following. Furthermore, NASCAR has noticed. In his recent ... [full story]
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Feb 22,2008
  Light grip pressure while chipping is important if you want to have a consistent short game, but the key is to keep that light grip pressure consistent throughout the entire golf stroke…  [full story]
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Feb 22,2008
Q: If you are the short stack, would you rather push all in late with no limpers or raisers, or would you rather re-push? - Shoving Shawn, El Cajon, Calif. A: I want a situation with fold equity. If I don't have enough fold equity by re-pushing, then I would prefer just to be the first one in the pot. It also depends   JON FRIEDBERG - Jon Friedberg won a World Series of Poker bracelet ... [full story]
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Feb 22,2008
BURLINGTON, Vt. – Two Oregon athletes, one East Coaster and one Mid-Westerner rode their way to success as they won wildcard spots into the US Open Snowboarding Championships, after winning the Burton AM Series Halfpipe and Slopestyle Men's and Women's competitions at Mt. Hood Meadows February 17-18, 2008. Katie Williams of Bend and Matt Guess of Portland qualified to participate in the championships. In the Slopestyle, Matt Guess (Portland, Ore.) won the Men's competition and ... [full story]
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Feb 22,2008
BEND, Ore. – Tetherow, a new luxury golf community close to the central Oregon city of Bend, hosted a “soft-opening” June 19-21 for members of the David McLay Kidd-designed golf course, with a public opening planned for late summer 2008. Kidd is the internationally famous designer of the Castle Course at St. Andrews in Scotland and of Bandon Dunes on the southern Oregon Coast. The Tetherow course will showcase the minimalist, natural style Kidd made ... [full story]
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Feb 15,2008
The first interview Roger Clemens granted after being implicated in baseball's Mitchell Report in December was with Mike Wallace of "60 Minutes." It opened with Clemens sitting in his sprawling house, saying: "I'm angry that (with) what I've done for the game of baseball ... I don't get the benefit of the doubt. The stuff that's being said, it's ridiculous. It's hogwash for people to even assume this. "Twenty-four, 25 years, Mike, you'd think I'd ... [full story]
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Feb 15,2008
OK, it's official. I'm totally sick and tired of baseball's steroid/HGH/tutti-frutti issues. To tell you the truth, I no longer care if these guys are injecting themselves with maple syrup behind trees in George Mitchell's Vermont orchard. Go ahead. Take it to the edge, fellas, where anything goes. Other than testimony - I-said, he-said - I have yet to see one smidgen of real evidence, except that Roger Clemens' wife looked a bit more buff ... [full story]
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