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Sosa's RBI single helps Rangers by BoSox

Posted: 04/06/2007 - Sammy Sosa wasn't even trying to swing the bat when he drove in his first run and gave the Texas Rangers their first lead of the season.

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Kentucky hires A&M's Gillispie as basketball coach

Posted: 04/06/2007 - Gillispie was hired as Kentucky's sixth coach in the last 76 years on Friday. It was just one week ago that the Texas A&M University System Board of Regents approved a new contract for the Aggie head coach, making him one of the highest paid coaches in the Big 12.

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Crenshaw takes an early lead at Masters

Posted: 04/05/2007 - Texan Ben Crenshaw woke up early and turned back the clock Thursday, taking the early Masters lead on a super-sized course that was supposed to leave oldtimers like him far behind.

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Storm Falls to 2-5 in LSC Play

Posted: 04/04/2007 - Cameron used a big fifth inning to come away with a 7-3 win in Game Wednesday at McCord Field and earn a Lone Star Conference North Division sweep of Southeastern Oklahoma State.

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ECU Swept by Northeastern

Posted: 04/04/2007 - East Central University’s Josh Walker hit an RBI double in the sixth inning, but it wasn’t enough to overcome two unearned Northeastern State runs in the fifth as the Redmen held off the Tigers 2-1 Wednesday to complete a Lone Star Conference North baseball doubleheader sweep at Rousey Field.

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Bad back can't keep Couples out of Masters

Posted: 04/04/2007 - Fred Couples bent backward on the 13th fairway, looking as if he might start doing some yoga right there in Amen Corner. There was a little twist to the left, a little twist to the right.

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Rangers lose again, fall to 0-3

Posted: 04/04/2007 - Ervin Santana helped the Angels to a season-opening sweep. Santana held Texas to four hits in seven innings, Gary Matthews Jr. made another leaping catch and Los Angeles beat the Texas Rangers 5-3 Wednesday for only the fourth 3-0 start in franchise history.

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Ex-Grambling coach Robinson dies at 88

Posted: 04/04/2007 - To his very last day, Eddie Robinson was always battling something. There was the institutional racism that surrounded him, the piddling football budget he and his coaching staff subsisted on at predominantly black Grambling State and, ultimately, the Alzheimer's disease that took his life at age 88.

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WNBA's Mercury Draft Leah Rush

Posted: 04/04/2007 - Former Oklahoma forward Leah Rush was drafted in the third round of the 2007 WNBA Draft by the Phoenix Mercury on Wednesday afternoon. Rush was taken with the second pick in the third round, 28th overall.

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Rangers fall again to Angels

Posted: 04/04/2007 - Vladimir Guerrero hits Texas pitching as if he were taking batting practice. The Rangers' biggest nemesis had a solo homer and two RBI singles to lead the Los Angeles Angels to an 8-4 victory Tuesday night.

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Mavs top Kings without Dirk

Posted: 04/04/2007 - Although Dirk Nowitzki was sick and missed the game, it still seemed at times like business as usual for the mighty Dallas Mavericks.

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Goestenkors leaving Duke for Texas

Posted: 04/03/2007 - Gail Goestenkors is leaving Duke to coach the Texas women's basketball team, a person with knowledge of the decision told The Associated Press on Tuesday.

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Sosa hitless as Rangers lose opener

Posted: 04/03/2007 - Sammy Sosa came up hitless in his first Major League game since 2005, and former Grayson County College ace John Lackey and his Los Angeles Angels beat the Rangers in last night's season opener, 4-1.

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Florida repeats as national champions

Posted: 04/03/2007 - The Florida Gators took a chomp out of NCAA history with the repeat they simply had to have. Now they want more. They want to be called one of the best teams of all time. The Gators made their case Monday night with an 84-75 victory...

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Johnson holds off Gordon at Martinsville

Posted: 04/02/2007 - Jimmie Johnson offered no apologies for putting his mentor through 53 laps of frustration. Johnson's thing proved just enough, beating Gordon by a bumper to win for the third time in the last four races -- and the second in a row -- at Martinsville Speedway.

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Stars pay back Predators

Posted: 04/02/2007 - Stu Barnes and Mike Modano each had a goal and an assist, and the Dallas Stars got revenge where it counted Saturday night by beating the Predators 4-2.

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Gators, Buckeyes set to play second title game in three months

Posted: 04/02/2007 - They have money, fans and facilities -- three key ingredients that make any athletic department great. That begins to explain how Florida and Ohio State have come to dominate the year in college sports like no two programs ever have.

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Rangers start season in L.A. tonight

Posted: 04/02/2007 - Sammy Sosa back in a Rangers uniform. Gary Matthews Jr. suiting up for the Angels. Definitely signs that it's a new season.

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Suns beat Mavs, end winning streak

Posted: 04/02/2007 - If Phoenix plays the Dallas Mavericks a few weeks from now in the Western Conference finals, confidence should be no problem for the Suns, as they easily beat Dallas on Sunday for their second consecutive win against the Mavs.

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A&M, Gillispie reach new contract agreement

Updated: 03/30/2007 - Texas A&M men's basketball coach Billy Gillispie has agreed to a new contract that makes him one of the highest-paid coaches in the Big XII.

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Gagne Starts Season on Disabled List

Posted: 03/30/2007 - Eric Gagne will start the season on the disabled list for the Texas Rangers, a move the team is making to give the closer more time to come back from elbow and back operations.

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SOSU Spring Game Set for April 5th

Updated: 03/30/2007 - Southeastern Oklahoma State's annual spring game is set for April 5 at Paul Laird Field at 6 p.m., coach Ray Richards announced today.

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