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January 18, 2006 | Sam Farmer, Times Staff Writer
After seeing her son, Jerome, fumble near the Indianapolis goal line Sunday -- a turnover that nearly cost the Pittsburgh Steelers a chance at the Super Bowl -- Gladys Bettis left her seat and headed for a less-than-immaculate reception area. The women's room at the RCA Dome. "When it happened, my daughter and I left our seats," she said in a phone interview Tuesday from her Detroit home. "I said, 'I can't sit here. I can't watch this.'
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January 18, 2006 | Sam Farmer, Times Staff Writer
After seeing her son, Jerome, fumble near the Indianapolis goal line Sunday -- a turnover that nearly cost the Pittsburgh Steelers a chance at the Super Bowl -- Gladys Bettis left her seat and headed for a less-than-immaculate reception area. The women's room at the RCA Dome. "When it happened, my daughter and I left our seats," she said in a phone interview Tuesday from her Detroit home. "I said, 'I can't sit here. I can't watch this.'
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January 2, 1998
SETTING IT UP Michigan, leading, 14-13, early in the fourth quarter, had second and 13 at the Washington State 23. HOW IT HAPPENED Quarterback Brian Griese bootlegged to the right while receivers Tai Streets and Charles Woodson streaked down the left sidelines. Tailback Chris Howard drifted into the right flank, drawing the cornerback. Meanwhile, tight end Jerame Tuman raced from the left side of the line diagonally toward the right side of the end zone.
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January 2, 1998
SETTING IT UP Michigan, leading, 14-13, early in the fourth quarter, had second and 13 at the Washington State 23. HOW IT HAPPENED Quarterback Brian Griese bootlegged to the right while receivers Tai Streets and Charles Woodson streaked down the left sidelines. Tailback Chris Howard drifted into the right flank, drawing the cornerback. Meanwhile, tight end Jerame Tuman raced from the left side of the line diagonally toward the right side of the end zone.
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December 28, 2001
Indianapolis tight end Ken Dilger became the first non-quarterback Colt to throw a touchdown pass in 17 years Sunday night in a 29-28 loss to the New York Jets. With 10:02 left in the game and the ball at the Jet 39, Peyton Manning tossed a lateral to Dilger, a quarterback in high school. Dilger turned and connected at the 10 with a wide-open Marvin Harrison, who ran in for the score.
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September 28, 2007 | David Wharton, Times staff writer
Three victories do not a season make, but a handful of NFL teams have started the 2007 season undefeated and taken a big step toward the playoffs. The select group includes preseason favorites Indianapolis and New England, mild surprises Dallas and Pittsburgh, and a bigger surprise in Green Bay. Times staff writer David Wharton takes a look at one of this fall's fast starters: Run first The small, fast Willie Parker isn't leading the league in rushing for no reason.
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October 6, 2003 | From Associated Press
Tim Couch played like he never has before in the place the Cleveland Browns almost never win. Even worse for the Pittsburgh Steelers, Tommy Maddox kept playing exactly like he's been playing. Couch threw for two touchdowns and ran for another before halftime, and the Browns took advantage of three turnovers by Maddox to end a six-game losing streak to their biggest rivals, beating the Steelers, 33-13, Sunday night.
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October 28, 1999 | Associated Press
The neck injury that has sidelined Michael Irvin is no longer his biggest hurdle in returning to the Dallas Cowboys. Tests for the herniated disk Irvin sustained earlier this month have uncovered a narrow spinal cord, a genetic condition that increases the risk of serious injury if he takes another blow to the head or neck. Cowboy owner Jerry Jones said the threat posed by Irvin's condition will have more to do with whether the receiver plays football again than his current injury.
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December 27, 2004 | From Associated Press
Just like their previous game, the Baltimore Ravens put a Steeler quarterback out with an injury. They accomplished little else on a day the Steelers made certain they won't leave Pittsburgh until the Super Bowl if they keep winning. Still-unbeaten Ben Roethlisberger threw two touchdown passes in a run-heavy offense before being pulled from a 20-7 Steeler victory Sunday with an unspecified rib injury caused by a blindside hit on a scoring pass.
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March 16, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Bode Miller came in second, but at least he got on the podium Wednesday in the last men's downhill event of the World Cup season at Are, Sweden. Aksel Lund Svindal of Norway covered the Olympia course in 1 minute, 42.40 seconds for his first downhill victory and second career win, edging Miller by two-tenths of a second. Peter Fill of Italy finished third. Miller, who has been hampered by a left knee injury, was pleased with his performance.
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December 29, 2004 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The Philadelphia Eagles seemed to lose interest in Monday night's game against the St. Louis Rams after one series -- and so did viewers. The national rating peaked at 11.7 a half-hour into the game, and it was down to a 9.5 by the end. Generally, the rating is higher at the end of a game. ABC's final Monday night game of the season averaged only a 10.6 rating and an 18 share of the audience. ABC finished the season with an all-time low 11.0 rating for "Monday Night Football."
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December 25, 1997 | HELENE ELLIOTT, From Staff Reports
Michigan wide receiver Tai Streets doesn't mind that the Rose Bowl is being summed up as a matchup between the Wolverine defense and Washington State offense. Nor does he begrudge the attention lavished on his team's superb defensive unit. "They deserve it," Streets said Wednesday after the Wolverines left their Orange County base for Pasadena. "They've played well. We play all right at times. We're a pretty good offense."
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