November 2, 2004 |
at No. 19 Penn State 31, Indiana 20: Linebacker Navorro Bowman had a momentum-turning 73-yard interception return for a touchdown, Evan Royster scored twice and the sloppy Nittany Lions overcame four first-half turnovers, including two fumbles on special teams. Bowman's interception and return gave Penn State its first lead, 17-10 with 6:54 left in the third quarter. Royster finished with 95 yards on 17 carries and 39 yards receiving on four catches. at No. 21 Wisconsin 45, Michigan 24: Scott Tolzien tied a career high with four touchdown passes and scored on a sneak to lead the Badgers.
September 28, 2002 |
-- . . Whoa, Nellie . Order some pizza . Channel-surf ... or get out of the house A fine time for chores . Iowa (3-1) at No. 12 Penn State (3-0), 9 a.m., ESPN: Stunning statistic: Neither Penn State's Zack Mills nor Iowa's Brad Banks has thrown an interception. LINE: Penn State by 8 . UCLA (2-1) at San Diego State (0-4), 11 a.m., ESPN2, KSPN (1110), XTRA (690): There's nothing like a really good pregame omelet, is there? LINE: UCLA by 14 1/2 . Kentucky (4-0) at No. 7 Florida (3-1)
March 26, 2007 |
Mississippi is going to the Dayton Regional final, and Courtney Paris is going home. Armintie Price scored 31 points and gymnast-turned-basketball-player Ashley Awkward added 25 for Ole Miss, which fastbreaked and trapped its way to a 90-82 victory over Oklahoma on Sunday in the regional final. Paris led Oklahoma (28-5) with 31 points and 20 rebounds. "When we started off we were playing at a super-fast speed -- faster than we like to play," Paris said.
December 27, 2000 |
Standing on the sideline after a rugged practice Tuesday at the Coliseum, sweating under the unusually hot December sun, Purdue sophomore wide receiver Seth Morales grinned sheepishly. As his teammates trooped off the field, most stopped to ask if he felt OK, patting him on the shoulder or back when he answered affirmatively. "I went out for a pass and someone hit me in the ribs," Morales said, pointing to his right side. "I lost my wind for a minute. It's nothing. It's just football."
February 25, 2010
Rk. Team Rec. Result Next 1. KANSAS 27-1 Did not play at Oklahoma St., Saturday 2. KENTUCKY 26-1 Did not play South Carolina, today 3. PURDUE 24-3 d. Minnesota, 59-58 No. 14 Michigan St., Sun. Keaton Grant's basket with 7.7 seconds lifts the Boilermakers. 4. SYRACUSE 26-2 Did not play No. 7 Villanova, Saturday 5. DUKE 23-4 Did not play Tulsa, today 6. KANSAS ST. 23-4 Did not play Missouri, Saturday 7. VILLANOVA 23-4 d. South Fla., 74-49 at No. 4 Syracuse, Sat. Wildcats snap their first two-game losing streak in two years.
November 8, 1987 |
Chuck Hartlieb was embarrassed early, but he left Northwestern red-faced. Hartlieb, with help from flanker Quinn Early, threw a Big Ten-record seven touchdown passes Saturday to lead Iowa to a 52-24 victory over the Wildcats. "I was throwing good," said Hartlieb, who completed 25 of 32 passes for 471 yards. "They came at me hard the first couple of series but things got going for us and the rest speaks for itself."
October 4, 1989 |
The Colleges The No. 1 spot in the Bottom Ten will remain vacant this week out of respect for Kansas State, which ended a 16-game losing streak and a 30-game winless streak by beating North Texas on Saturday. So long, you vicious Mildcats. Victories by the Gophers and Vikings displaced last week's leader--the entire state of Minnesota. However, two of the region's teams, the Twins and Timberwolves, clung to Nos. 9 and 10.
September 29, 1986
Chicago Bear Coach Mike Ditka, while fielding questions from the press following Sunday's 44-7 rout of the Bengals at Cincinnati, was being heckled by a group of fans outside the dressing room. Finally, Ditka decided he had heard enough. He turned toward one loudmouth and shouted, "Get your mouth shut, jerk." He then formed a circle with his thumb and forefinger and said, "See that? It's your IQ, buddy--zero."
January 6, 1987 |
Rony Seikaly scored a career-high 29 points and grabbed 10 rebounds Monday night to lead undefeated and fifth-ranked Syracuse to an 89-85 Big East basketball victory over Providence. Providence led, 42-39, at intermission, but the Orangemen, 13-0 overall and 2-0 in the Big East, stayed close and came alive midway through the second half in the game played at Providence, R.I.
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May 11, 2013 |
Federal regulators said Friday they would continue to allow sales of generic Opana, a narcotic painkiller similar to OxyContin, even though the pills are prone to abuse. Like OxyContin, Opana is an extended-release narcotic designed to offer pain relief over several hours. Crushed extended-release pills are popular among addicts who snort the powder or liquefy and inject it, releasing the full dose at once. In response to growing criticism of its widely abused OxyContin, Purdue Pharma introduced a tamper-resistant formulation in 2010.