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Top Cutlines — 1/9/07

An unidentified Ohio State band member shows his spirit with his hair cut in the shape of an “O” at the BCS national championship football game in which Florida upset his Buckeyes 41-14 Monday. You write the cutline. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)

Top Cutlines

1. Either the percussion is giving me a concussion,/Or our offensive game is so lame,/This character of our school worn with Pride,/Is now a digit that shows our team lay down and died — Cabbage Boy.

2. Not the sharpest tool in the shed, Earl thought his ‘do’ would help him get through security faster at O’Hair International Airport in Chicago — John Austin.

3. The world today is not only faced with the possibility of widespread influenza pandemics, SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) and H5N1 (avian- or bird-flu) another highly contagious disease, first appeared in Ohio, the anti-ringworm fungus has officially been documented and recorded — Lesley Presley.

HM: Everyone else (terrific stuff today).

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