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October 8, 2006
1.OHIO STATE DEF. BOWLING GREEN, 35-7 Record: 6-0Next: at Michigan State, Saturday 2.AUBURN LOST TO ARKANSAS, 27-10 Record: 5-1Next: vs. No. 5 Florida, Saturday 3.USC DEF. WASHINGTON, 26-20 Record: 5-0Next: vs. Arizona State, Saturday 4.WEST VIRGINIA DEF. MISSISSIPPI STATE, 42-14 Record: 5-0Next: vs. Syracuse, Saturday 5.FLORIDA DEF. NO. 9 LSU, 23-10 Record: 6-0Next: at No. 2 Auburn, Saturday 6.MICHIGAN DEF. MICHIGAN STATE, 31-13 Record: 6-0Next:...
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By ORLANDO SENTINEL | December 31, 2005
Meineke Car Care Bowl North Carolina State (6-5) vs. South Florida (6-5) WHERE -- Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, N.C. TIME -- 11 a.m. TV -- ESPN2 ABOUT N.C. STATE -- Defense car ried the Wolfpack, which won four of its last five regular-season games. The offense has struggled, and the Wolfpack gained more than 300 total yards just three times in the final nine regular-season games. The team's strength is its defensive line. ABOUT SOUTH FLORIDA -- The Bulls need a big game from TB Andre Hall (114.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | March 21, 2005
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Iowa State dared to run with North Carolina yesterday. Let that be a lesson for anyone else left in the NCAA tournament foolish enough to indulge such delusions. The Tar Heels chased the Cyclones out of their vaunted zone trap in the first half, pounded them inside in the second, and cruised into the Sweet 16 with a 92-65 victory at Charlotte Coliseum. Consider this: In the NCAA's opening weekend, the top-seeded Tar Heels (29-4) crushed two opponents by 28 and 27 points, respectively.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | March 20, 2005
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Giant killers or mere road kill? For Iowa State and Mississippi State, the answer either will lead them to the NCAA tournament's Sweet 16 or send them home for the year. A pair of ninth seeds - the Cyclones and Bulldogs - will attempt to defrock a pair of No. 1 seeds in separate second-round games at Carolina-friendly Charlotte Coliseum today. To advance, however, Iowa State has to disrupt North Carolina's quick, deep lineup of stars, and Mississippi State needs to solve Duke's defensive mastery.
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March 11, 2005
State men Mid-Eastern Athletic At Richmond, Va. Monday's first round Morgan State 77, UMES 56 Florida A&M 80, Howard 56 Tuesday's first round Bethune-Cookman 76, North Carolina A&T 62 Wednesday's quarterfinals Delaware State 66, Bethune-Cookman 43 Hampton 81, Florida A&M 72 Yesterday's quarterfinals South Carolina State 76, Norfolk State 59 Coppin State 60, Morgan State 43 Today's semifinals Delaware State vs. S. Carolina State, 2:30 p.m. Hampton vs....
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By Orlando Sentinel | December 28, 2004
Independence Bowl Iowa State (6-5) vs. Miami (Ohio) (8-4) Where: Independence Stadium, Shreveport, La. Time, TV: 6:30 p.m., ESPN Key stats: Iowa State is 97th in the nation in total offense (321.8 ypg). Miami is 30th in the nation in total offense (408.0 ypg). About Iowa State: The Cyclones won four of their final five, to become bowl-eligible. If not for a season-ending home loss to Missouri, the Cyclones would've won the Big 12 North. The offense isn't much, and Iowa State must get good production from RB Stevie Hicks.
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March 14, 2003
State men Mid-Eastern Athletic At Richmond, Va. Monday's first round Norfolk State 76, North Carolina A&T 55 Howard 71, UMES 69 Tuesday's first round Bethune-Cookman 104, Morgan State 103, 2OT Wednesday's quarterfinals S.C. State 75, Bethune-Cookman 73 Howard 68, Delaware State 65, OT Yesterday's quarterfinals Hampton 64, Norfolk State 62 Florida A&M 65, Coppin State 63 Today's semifinals S.C. State vs. Howard, 2:30 p.m. Hampton vs. Florida A&M, 8:30...
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October 20, 2002
Heisman stock Rising: Oregon RB Onterrio Smith: 27-172, 3 TDs Falling: Iowa State QB Seneca Wallace: 4-22-43, 3 INT Top performers Andrew Walter, Arizona State QB: 31-53-536, 4 TDs Dustin Long, Texas A&M QB: 18-32-399, 3 TDs Upset of the day Arizona State: The Sun Devils rallied from a three-touch down deficit to beat No. 6 Oregon, 45-42.
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By Luke Broadwater and Luke Broadwater,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 24, 2002
ALBANY, N.Y. - The streak is complete. Iowa State's Cael Sanderson is the only perfect wrestler in NCAA history. At 159-0 with four NCAA titles, Sanderson has done what no man before him could do - never lose. "Four years is a long time. That's a lot of matches to get ready for," said Sanderson, who moved up this year to 197 pounds. "To finally be finished with it, it's nice." Sanderson's dominance has been unparalleled. Only twice in his entire career has a wrestler come within a point of him. This season, only two opponents were able to last a full match.
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