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Sports Archives for 2013-10


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Cards top Dodgers, move closer to World Series berth.  Red Sox edge Tigers, pull ahead in ALCS.  U.S. beats Panama, saves Mexico's World Cup hopes.  Patriots' Mayo could be done for season.  Colts owner speaks about releasing Manning.  Eagles' Vick likely out again this week.

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Ortiz hits slam, Red Sox top Tigers.  Brady leads Pats in comeback over Saints.  Gronkowski's absence causes rift among Pats.  Peterson suits up days after son's death.  Texans' Schaub has injury applauded by fans.  "USA Today" poll unchanged at top.

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Cards head to NLCS.  Yanks resign Girardi.  Giants battle Bears.  NFL thinking about postseason expansion.  Falcons WR Jones out.  Niners' Smith faces felony charges.

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DUCKS TIGHTE END LEAVES TEAM
ON THE WEEK LEADING UP TO OREGON’S BIGGEST GAME OF THE SEASON  SATURDAY AT WASHINGTON, JUNIOR TIGHT END COLTY LYERLA (lie-err-luh), HAS LEFT THE DUCKS FOOTBALL TEAM FOR PERSONAL REASONS, THE SCHOOL ANNOUNCED SUNDAY .

LYERLA WAS SUSPENDED FOR THE COLORADO GAME FOR UNDISCLOSED REASONS, AND PREVIOUSLY HAD SAT OUT THE TENNESSE GAME WITH THE FLU.

THE HILLSBORO GRADUATE HAS BEEN THE SUBJECT OF CONTROVERSARY AND OFF-FIELD ISSUES SINCE COMING TO EUGENE.  LYERLA COULD TRANSFER AND ASK THE NCAA FOR ANOTHER YEAR OF ELGIBILTIY VIA A HARDSHIP CLAUSE.

OREGON PLAYS IN SEATTLE SATURDAY AT ONE-O’CLOCK HERE ON K-B-N-D.

SEAHAWKS WIN STREAK SNAPPED IN INDY
THE SEAHAWKS PULLED ONE OUT LAST WEEK IN HOUSTON, BUT NOT YESTERDAY IN INDIANAPOLIS AS THE COLTS HANDED SEATTLE ITS FIRST LOSS OF THE SEASON, 34-28.

THE 4-AND-1 HAWKS RETURN HOME AFTER TWO STRAIGHT ROAD GAMES TO HOST THE TITANS SUNDAY.

49-ERS PILE ON THE TEXANS IN A BIG WAY
THE FORTY-NINERS KICKED IT IN HIGH GEAR YESTERDAY AT CANDLESTICK PARK AS THEY PILED IT ON THE TEXANS, BEATING HOUSTON, 34-3.

SAN FRANCISCO IMPROVES TO 3-AND2 ON THE YEAR, AND HOSTS ARIZONA NEXT WEEK.

RAIDERS DEFEND HOME TURF BEATING SAN DIEGO
THE OAKLAND RAIDERS TOOK CHARGE EARLY AND HELD OFF THE CHARGERS, BEATING SAN DIEGO, 27-17.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL TOP-25 RATINGS
NO CHANGE IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL’S TOP-5…..IT’S STILL ALABAMA, OREGON, CLEMSON AND OHIO STATE.  

PREP FOOTBALL FLASHBACK RESULTS
GLANCING AT HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL FRIDAY NIGHT…
CONTROVERSIAL FINISH ON THE WESTSIDE WHERE SUMMIT PREVAILS WITH A
17-14 WIN OVER BEND.

MT. VIEW CRUSHES PENDLETON, 50-27.
RIDGEVIEW SCORES A 28-14 WIN AT THE DALLES.
CROOK COUNTY POUNDED REDMOND, 35-7.

SISTERS, MADRAS LAPINE AND CULVER ALL LOST.

OUR ‘KBND GAME OF THE WEEK’ FRIDAY NIGHT FEATURES #7 RIDGEVIEW PLAYING AT CROOK COUNTY. 6:40PM PREGAME SHOW ON FM NEWS 100, KBND.

NBA PRESEASON-BLAZERS
THE PRESASON TIPS OFF TONIGHT FOR THE PORTLAND TRAILBLAZERS AT THE NEWLY NAMED ‘MODA-CENTER’ IN PORTLAND.

THE BLAZERS HOST THE L-A CLIPPERS IN THE FIRST OF 7 EXHIBITION TILTS.

A’S DIVISIONAL SERIES MOVES TO MOTOR CITY
THE MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL DIVISIONAL SERIES WITH THE A’S AND TIGERS MOVES TO THE MOTOR CITY IN DETROIT TONIGHT FOR GAME-3. THE SERIES IS TIED AT ONE GAME APIECE.
 

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Indians advance to ALDS.  Military college games get the thumbs up.  Cards ship Brown to Steelers.  Browns host Bills.  Pens goalie Vokoun out at least 90 days.

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>>Rays Beat Rangers In AL Tiebreaker Game

(Arlington, TX)  --  The Tampa Bay Rays are moving on to the playoffs after a 5-2 win over the Texas Rangers in the American League tiebreaker game in Arlington.  The Rays will travel to Cleveland for Wednesday's AL Wild Card Game against the Indians.  The winner of that game moves on to face the Boston Red Sox in the AL Division Series starting Friday.

>>Pirates Host Reds In NL Wild Card Game Tonight

(Pittsburgh, PA)  --  The Pittsburgh Pirates host the Cincinnati Reds in the NL Wild Card game at PNC Park tonight.  Francisco Liriano gets the ball for the Pirates, while the Reds counter with Johnny Cueto [[ KWAY-toe ]].  The Bucs are in the postseason for the first time in 21 years.  The winner will advance to play the NL Central Division champion St. Louis Cardinals.

>>MLB Teams Make Managerial Moves

(Undated)  --  Three teams announced managerial moves on Monday.  The Chicago Cubs fired Dale Sveum [[ swame ]] after two seasons.  Meantime the New York Mets announced a two-year extension for skipper Terry Collins.  The Minnesota Twins are also retaining manager Ron Gardenhire on a two-year deal.

>>Brees, Saints Torch Dolphins

(New Orleans, LA)  --  Drew Brees finished 30-of-39 for 413 yards and four touchdowns as the Saints torched the Dolphins 38-17 on "Monday Night Football."  New Orleans is 4-and-0 for the first time since 2009 and just the fourth time in franchise history.  Lamar Miller rushed for 62 yards and a score for Miami, which fell to 3-and-1.

>>Bucs' Freeman To Enter Drug Program

(Tampa, FL)  --  Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman has entered the NFL's drug program.  ESPN reports that Freeman has received a temporary-use exemption for a prescription drug that would normally be on the league's banned list, but he is not subject to a penalty.  Freeman says in a statement that he has a prescription for Adderall to treat ADHD.

>>Texas' Dodds Stepping Down

(Austin, TX)  --  University of Texas athletic director DeLoss Dodds is reportedly stepping down next summer.  The "Houston Chronicle" reports Dodds will make the announcement today.  He will remain in the position until August 31st, 2014, and then stay at UT as a consultant.  Texas hopes to have a replacement before he steps down.

>>NHL Season Starts Tonight

(Undated)  --  The puck will drop on the NHL's regular season tonight.  The defending Stanley Cup champion Blackhawks will raise the banner in Chicago before hosting the Washington Capitals.  Elsewhere, the Toronto Maple Leafs face the Canadiens in Montreal and the Edmonton Oilers host the Winnipeg Jets.  The rest of the league gets underway later this week.


>>MONDAY'S SCOREBOARD

NFL
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New Orleans Saints 38, Miami Dolphins 17

MLB
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Tampa Bay Rays 5, Texas Rangers 2


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