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  • Cheap Seats Cinderwho? On Page Two Of Usc’s 1996-97


  • Lakeland Sticks With Winning Yellow Hats

    When Kellogg football coach Shawn Amos opted to change his team’s helmet color from yellow to purple prior to the beginning of the season, his reason was simple. “I didn’t …

  • Seahawks’ Harris Knows He’s A Target

    Seattle Seahawks cornerback Corey Harris had a long discussion Monday with secondary coach Dave Brown. The topic was coverage techniques. Last Sunday, Kansas City Chiefs receiver Chris Penn beat Harris …

  • Vikings Shut Out Deer Park To Notch First Win Of Season

    Rogers’ Jeff Mace unloads in 15-0 win over Lewis & Clark. Gonzaga Prep also picked up a GSL win, beating CV 21-7. Photo by Dan Pelle/The Spokesman-Review

  • Neb-11

    Ritzville rushed for 244 yards and intercepted four passes Friday to topple host Liberty 34-6 in a Northeast B-11 game. Jason Warriner rushed for 91 yards on 17 carries and …

  • Gsl At A Glance

    Rogers 15, LC 0 Key play When Andy Bayne recovered a fumble on LC’s third play, the spark went out of the Tigers and the Pirates capitalized with a 63-yard, …

  • Favre Wants Out Of Nfl-Supervised Drug Program

    Brett Favre says he wants out of the NFL’s drug abuse program, not because he craves a beer, but because he misses his freedom. Favre is appealing his status in …

  • Dapper Duck Not Just A Pretty Suit Oregon Quarterback A Perfect 2-0 After Being Thrown Into The Breach

    Oregon’s Ryan Perry-Smith hopes he’s dressed for success. Photo by Associated Press

  • Injured Leaf Will Start Against Uo Saturday

    The phone rings, and the biggest receptionist in Washington State secretarial history picks up the receiver. “Cougar football, this is Ryan,” the voice says. “No, Coach Price is out of …

  • Green Bay Has A Good Ol’ City, A Better Team

    If Dallas is America’s Team, Green Bay is Our Town. The Packers are 3-0 - beating opponents by an average score of 38-9 - and have become more popular than …

  • Alliance Moves Ahead

    The Big 12, which along with the Big East questioned the structure of the new alliance, agreed to a format that will allow the proposed seven-year plan to begin as …

  • Busby, Dunn Spark ‘Noles Over Wolfpack

    Thad Busby showed some of the improvement coach Bobby Bowden was hoping for Thursday night, throwing two 29-yard scoring passes as No. 3 Florida State routed North Carolina State 51-17. …

  • Gsl At A Glance

    Mead 37, Shadle Park 7 Turning point On the kickoff after the Panthers made it 14-0, Zack Cassel snagged the ball out of the air on the 30 when Tim …

  • Mcglocklin Rambles As Panthers Rumble Senior Running Back Piles Up 179 Yards As Mead Overwhelms Shadle Park 37-7

    Scott McGlocklin may have been the only one to notice, but he felt his 89-yard, two-touchdown effort in the Mead Panthers’ season-opening football game was sub-par. Out to prove a …

  • Cbs Seems To Have Made Amends

    Finally, Jim Nantz and the rest of CBS Sports’ college football crew can look back, so long as they don’t have to look back too far. It’s just that with …

  • Usc Holds Out Walters

    Running back Shawn Walters, who was expected to return to action for Southern California against Houston on Saturday following a yearlong suspension, won’t play against the Cougars after all. Walters, …

  • Panthers Won’t Rush Injured Quarterback

    Four days before the biggest game in the franchise’s brief history, the Carolina Panthers learned Wednesday that Kerry Collins won’t be their starting quarterback. “We aren’t going to sacrifice the …

  • Montana Gets Ok On Passer

    The NCAA has ruled Colorado’s all-time leading prep passer can play for the Montana Grizzlies. Despite a 3.7 grade point average at Bear Creek High School in Lakewood, Colo., Sean …

  • Vols Won’t Get Swamped, But Gators Will Win Again

    Press Peyton Manning is the excitable type, Danny Wuerffel isn’t. On Saturday, the Heisman Trophy contenders will find out which approach works when No. 2 Tennessee plays No. 4 Florida …

  • Eagles’ Ackerman To Miss Rest Of Season

    T.J. Ackerman, a starting offensive guard on Eastern Washington’s 1-1 football team, will miss the rest of the season after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee during …

  • Cheap Seats


  • Rhett Tells Tampa He Wants To Be Dealt

    With the NFL trading deadline less than three weeks away, holdout Errict Rhett wants out of Tampa Bay. The agent for Rhett said Wednesday it’s unlikely the third-year pro will …

  • Exchange Of Friendly Fire Bledsoe, Brunell Enjoying Old Rivalry At A New Level

    1. Drew Bledsoe has his arm, but … Photo by Associated Press 2. Mark Brunell has a reputation for running. Photo by Associated Press

  • From Rag Tag To Riches Eastern Walk-On Qb Leons Proves He Belongs

    1. Leons will make his 7th straight start. Photo by Shawn Jacobson/The Spokesman-Review 2. Leons

  • Leaf Down, But Most Likely Not Out

    Washington State quarterback Ryan Leaf was helped out of Martin Stadium after spraining his right ankle during football practice Wednesday, but the sophomore starter was not expected to miss Saturday’s …

  • It’s His Time Of Year

    1. It’s been an up-hill climb for Washington State University middle linebacker James Darling, who has overcome a series of off-field incidents that grew into a serious problem. Photo by …

  • Packers’ Fans Hearkening Back To Team’s Glory Days

    Fullback William Henderson has helped raise the excitement level in Green Bay to where it was during Lombardi era. Photo by Associated Press

  • Warren Disappears From Seahawks’ Offense

    Chris Warren is missing in action on the Seattle Seahawks’ offense. After three games, the three-time Pro Bowl running back doesn’t have 100 yards and Seattle is winless.

  • Steelers Super Against Kelly

    The Pittsburgh Steelers looked like a team intent on returning to the Super Bowl. Jim Kelly apparently thought he was playing in one. Pittsburgh turned all three of Kelly’s second-quarter …

  • Frisky Colts Drop Cowboys

    Arizona’s Seth Joyner (59) and Terry Irving help New England quarterback Drew Bledsoe rise above his slow start. Photo by Associated Press



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