Archive for Friday, January 31, 2003

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Clara Elizabeth Holmes
January 31, 2003
Duke will test UConn’s mettle
Huskies’ win streak tested by toughest foe yet — No. 1 Devils at Cameron Indoor Stadium
January 31, 2003
With three national titles and a record 58-game winning streak, Connecticut coach Geno Auriemma hasn’t slipped up too often.
Support abstinence
January 31, 2003
Murderous echo
January 31, 2003
Dream entrance
January 31, 2003
Minorities lacking
January 31, 2003
Roy William Lambert
January 31, 2003
Clark F. Knapp
January 31, 2003
On the record
January 31, 2003
Athletes of the week
January 31, 2003
Buccaneers finally arrive
Five players from Super Bowl champs exhausted, but excited
January 31, 2003
After a month of playoff games, tension at the Super Bowl and crazy victory celebrations, Tampa Bay safety John Lynch still doesn’t want to rest.
Knight’s milestone elicits high praise
Tech coach apathetic, but NCAA coaching elite know 800th win substantial
January 31, 2003
Bob Knight isn’t into keepsakes, at least not the ones commemorating milestone career wins.
Frank M. Caughey Jr.
January 31, 2003
Daily ticker
January 31, 2003
Price services
January 31, 2003
Haas takes lead with 61
Leader up one stroke on Frazar at 16 under following ‘magical day’
January 31, 2003
Never in Jay Haas’ 26 years on the tour had he played such a round.
Traveling in time
January 31, 2003
Stanford topples Arizona
Cardinal win at McKale for third straight year
January 31, 2003
McKale Center is an awful place for visiting teams, except for the Stanford Cardinal.
Sixth man helped Seton Hall
Big East Conference acknowledges extra player was used in Georgetown’s overtime loss
January 31, 2003
Seton Hall used a couple of extras to beat Georgetown in a Big East basketball game — overtime and a sixth man on the court.
Robert O. Bryan
January 31, 2003
Horoscopes
January 31, 2003
Only she is worthy
January 31, 2003
Cassell wilts Wizards, 97-90
Milwaukee guard scores 31 points, outshines Jordan
January 31, 2003
For once, Michael Jordan didn’t feel like Milwaukee was his home away from home.