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April 4, 2005 | Robyn Norwood, Times Staff Writer
Sean May has carried the video with him for weeks. "I've had it since we started the tournament," May said. "I got it for Christmas this year." There are the Indiana players in their tight, old-fashioned shorts, celebrating at the end as the 1976 Hoosiers complete the last undefeated national championship season by defeating Michigan in the title game. Scott May, his father, is No. 42.
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March 6, 2014 | By Mike DiGiovanna
TEMPE, Ariz. -- The Angels' Sean Burnett has not suffered a setback in his return from the elbow surgery that ended his season last August. The left- hander progressed from long-toss to throwing off the slope of a mound this week, and he expects to throw a bullpen session in the next four or five days, though Manager Mike Scioscia said the team's timetable is for Burnett to throw off a mound “within a week to 10 days.” Either...
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July 18, 1987 | From United Press International
Actor Sean Penn may have violated the agreement he made with the court so he could delay a jail sentence for beating up a movie extra, prosecutors said. If the reports that Penn has been sighted in the United States when he was supposed to be in Germany making a movie are true, it could mean he has violated an agreement with Municipal Court Commissioner Juelann Cathey. "Reports came to our attention that Mr.
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April 4, 2005 | Robyn Norwood, Times Staff Writer
Sean May has carried the video with him for weeks. "I've had it since we started the tournament," May said. "I got it for Christmas this year." There are the Indiana players in their tight, old-fashioned shorts, celebrating at the end as the 1976 Hoosiers complete the last undefeated national championship season by defeating Michigan in the title game. Scott May, his father, is No. 42.
NEWS
March 6, 2014 | By Mike DiGiovanna
TEMPE, Ariz. -- The Angels' Sean Burnett has not suffered a setback in his return from the elbow surgery that ended his season last August. The left- hander progressed from long-toss to throwing off the slope of a mound this week, and he expects to throw a bullpen session in the next four or five days, though Manager Mike Scioscia said the team's timetable is for Burnett to throw off a mound “within a week to 10 days.” Either...
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November 27, 2003 | From Reuters
Sean Penn may be joining the press corps in Iraq. The actor, who made a controversial visit to Iraq last winter to speak out against the pending U.S. attack, is considering going back, and this time publishing his accounts of life in the war-torn country for the San Francisco Chronicle, according to the paper's editor, Phil Bronstein. Bronstein said the arrangement with Penn remains informal, since the actor has not yet decided if and when to return to Iraq.
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December 4, 2006 | From the Associated Press
The Charlotte Bobcats struggle against most teams but are making a habit of playing their best against the NBA's elite. Sean May scored 17 points, fellow reserve Matt Carroll had 16 and the Bobcats ended the visiting Detroit Pistons' eight-game winning streak with a 97-89 victory Sunday night. The Bobcats' backups outscored the Pistons' reserves, 46-14, to help Charlotte beat another of the league's best teams. Three of the Bobcats' five wins have come against San Antonio, Cleveland and Detroit.
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January 9, 2005 | From Associated Press
For the previous six games, third-ranked North Carolina hammered the opposition expecting that the Atlantic Coast Conference season would be more demanding. But on Saturday, the Tar Heels made a ranked conference team look just as helpless as their other opponents. Rashad McCants scored 19 points to lead seven players in double figures in the Tar Heels' 109-75 rout of No. 22 Maryland, a blowout that was the latest in a growing string of impressive victories.
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April 3, 2005 | Robyn Norwood
NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP ILLINOIS vs. NORTH CAROLINA Monday, 6:21 p.m. PDT, Channel 2 How they match up: The glaring problem for Illinois is North Carolina's Sean May. The 6-foot-9, 260-pound center is not only 25 pounds heavier than any Illinois starter, he also weighs 10 pounds more than 7-2 Illinois reserve Nick Smith. More important, May has been a monster in the NCAA tournament, averaging almost 22 points and 11 rebounds.
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September 19, 1997 | Times Wire Services
Washington Redskin Coach Norv Turner said he is becoming convinced that holdout defensive tackle Sean Gilbert may sit out the entire season. "It certainly looks that way," Turner said. "But like I've said all along, we're going to keep what we're doing. If we get Sean in here, it's a plus." The Redskins have offered Gilbert $18 million over five years, but Gilbert is seeking $25 million over five years.
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July 18, 1987 | From United Press International
Actor Sean Penn may have violated the agreement he made with the court so he could delay a jail sentence for beating up a movie extra, prosecutors said. If the reports that Penn has been sighted in the United States when he was supposed to be in Germany making a movie are true, it could mean he has violated an agreement with Municipal Court Commissioner Juelann Cathey. "Reports came to our attention that Mr.
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December 15, 2007 | From the Associated Press
The Charlotte Bobcats' search for a big man ended Friday when they acquired center Nazr Mohammed from the Detroit Pistons in exchange for center Primoz Brezec and forward Walter Herrmann. Mohammed, averaging 3.3 points and 3.5 rebounds in 21 games for the Pistons, will provide the Bobcats depth they've been missing since Sean May underwent season-ending knee surgery during training camp. The Bobcats have gotten very little from Brezec, who has been starting but averaging only 1.9 points and 2.
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April 9, 2005
It turned out that TV managed to ruin college basketball. With all the expert analysis over the last few weeks, I noticed none of the experts managed to point out how the rules of the game had been unofficially changed. It used to be that teams like John Wooden's used their quickness and superior conditioning, combined with the coach calling very few timeouts, to wear down opponents that were often bigger and stronger. Illinois would have won the NCAA title if its quickness and conditioning had been allowed to work in its favor, but with all the commercial timeouts, players like Sean May, who were tired after running down the court twice, got to rest for five minutes at a time without being taken out of the game.
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