Today in Sports History: Oct. 9

...storied 114-year history.2004 - Notre Dame becomes the second Division I-A team to win 800 games with a 23-15 win over Stanford.2004 - Texas loses to Oklahoma 12-0, getting shut out for the first time in 282 games and ending the longest streak in...
Richard Edward See

...participated in sports and activities; basketball, track, the senior class president -- receiving high marks and acceptance to Stanford University. His competitive nature and sense of integrity prompted him to enlist into the U.S. Marine Corp where he served...
Sort'em out Saturday: 'Bama faces greatest playoff pressure

...Arizona (off) at No. 18 StanfordNo LB Scooby Wright (foot) for Wildcats and maybe no QB Anu Solomon (concussion) ... STANFORD 28-17.Iowa (plus 6 1/2) at No. 19 WisconsinTeams play for the Heartland Trophy, a big bronze bull - of course...
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No. 15 Ole Miss stuns No. 2 Alabama

...66-yard deflection caught by Quincy Adeboyejo for a touchdown.STANFORD 41, NO. 6 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 31PASADENA, Calif. - Kevin...touchdowns, Remound Wright rushed for three more scores and Stanford opened Pac-12 play with a 41-31 victory over No. 6 Southern...
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Sports on TV for Sept. 25

...Formula One, Japanese Grand Prix, QualifyingCOLLEGE FOOTBALL4 p.m., ESPN - Boise State at Virginia6 p.m., FS1 - Stanford at Oregon StateGOLF1 a.m., GOLF - European Open, Second-round, at Bad Griesbach, Germany5 a.m., GOLF - European...
US stages comeback to win Solheim Cup after disputed call

...nine birdies in 11 holes as she beat Hull 3 and 2, and Angela Stanford ended her nine-match losing streak to beat Pettersen 2 and...we've ever been a part of. We never stopped believing," Stanford said.Pressel defeated Catriona Matthew of Scotland by 2 holes...
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Europe leads US 8-5 at Solheim Cup

...aggressive," Pettersen said. "This one was a robbery."Home favorite Sandra Gal and Matthew then defeated Lincicome and Angela Stanford 1 up to deal the Americans another blow.Melissa Reid of England played a big part in the early European dominance on her...
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My Turn: A cautionary 'tail'

...environmental and economic consequences of the BC mines in advance of construction and operations.? Dr. Jack A. Stanford is a professor of ecology at the University of Montana and director of the Flathead Lake Biological Station.
A day in the life of: Marian Call

...Alaska was one of the things that had a huge impact on her music. The other was the internet.By the time she graduated Stanford, where she was a music and composition major, she thought she wouldn't be able to find a job in music, she said.A few...
GOP tax proposals tilt to rich despite populist rhetoric

...growth because of a belief that you need a growing economy to help everyone in the country," Strain said.John Cogan, a Stanford economist who served in the Reagan administration and consulted on the Bush plan, argued that the tax reductions can help...
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