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Yesterday The Quad: Weekly Pick 'Em: Showdown in Utah
The matchup between Texas Christian and Utah is the clear highlight of a weekend that features a number of interesting games.
Yesterday The Quad: Brian Jones Previews Texas Christian-Utah
This game is a showcase for the Mountain West Conference.
Yesterday The Quad: For Stanford, Dreams of the Rose Bowl
Tenth-ranked Stanford dominated No. 13 Arizona and put itself in position for a Bowl Championship Series game -- perhaps even in Pasadena.
Yesterday Bats: Hall of Famers Who Played for One Team
According to the National Baseball Hall of Fame, there are 47.
Yesterday Bats: Owners and the Hall of Fame: A Mixed Bag
The owners' wing of the Hall includes some of the game's most influential figures but some of them, like George Steinbrenner, left a mixed legacy because of character flaws or decisions unpopular with fans and players.
Yesterday Bats: Morgan's (Brief) Response to ESPN's Move
The Hall of Fame second baseman said he was "not surprised" ESPN declined to renew his contract with "Sunday Night Baseball."
Yesterday Slap Shot: Let the Kvetching Begin
Down Goes Brown has a preview of what the N.H.L. general managers will be complaining about at their annual meeting.
Yesterday Slap Shot: The Morning Skate: Is the Shootout in Danger?
A proposal to have 3-on-3 hockey follow the 4-on-4 overtime is on the agenda at the N.H.L. general managers meeting today.
Yesterday Slap Shot: Bruins Forced to Reconfigure Forward Lines
The Bruins are off to a good start but a concussion to second-line center David Krejci is forcing some adjustments.
Yesterday Goal: Convey, Former Boy Wonder, Turns Comeback Kid
Bobby Convey, a professional at 16, has rebounded from an injury while playing in England to help San Jose into the M.L.S. semifinals.
Yesterday Goal: Will Zidane and Materazzi Ever Hug It Out?
The feel-good story of the week may just not be true. How sad. I had been so happy to read that Zinedine Zidane and Marco Materazzi had hugged and made up during an impromptu meeting in Milan last week.
Yesterday Goal: Club Form and Forgiveness Earn Players International Opportunities
An interesting series of international friendly matches takes place later this month, and national team managers are beginning to fashion their squads.
Yesterday Off the Dribble: Jazz's Millsap Equals Instant Offense
The Utah Jazz staged an epic comeback Tuesday against the Heat, thanks to Paul Millsap's hot shooting touch.
Yesterday Off the Dribble: Knicks' Walsh to Have Surgery
The Knicks team president is scheduled to have hip-replacement surgery next week, and said he would return to the team as quickly as possible.
Yesterday Off the Dribble: Knicks and Fans Honor Lee on His Return
A video tribute and a standing ovation as the one-time fan favorite in a down era comes back to Madison Square Garden.
Yesterday The Fifth Down: Is Josh Freeman the Class of the 2009 QB Class?
On Sunday, Mark Sanchez and Matt Stafford squared off in a battle of the top two quarterbacks picked in the 2009 draft. But there's another story developing among sophomore quarterbacks: Josh Freeman.
Yesterday The Fifth Down: Brandon Jacobs Sits Out Practice With Illness
Brandon Jacobs led the Giants with 78 yards rushing in their 41-7 win over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday.
Yesterday The Fifth Down: Rex Ryan Spoofs His Brother Rob
Jets Coach Rex Ryan dressed up as his twin brother Rob, Cleveland's defensive coordinator, and poked fun at him at a news conference on Wednesday.
Yesterday Sports of The Times: Induct Steinbrenner? Let’s Think About This
Baseball needs to slow down and evaluate the merits of inducting George Steinbrenner into the Hall of Fame.
Yesterday On Baseball: Promising Catcher Appears Ready for Pinstripes
The Yankees signed catcher Jesus Montero in 2006, and he may now be ready for the majors.
Yesterday Sports Of the Times: For Now, a Rebel Just Wants to Fit In
Randy Moss, who was claimed off waivers by the Titans, was gruff but compliant at a news conference Wednesday.
Yesterday Meggett Gets 30 Years in Jail
Former N.F.L. player David Meggett, who played with the Giants, the Patriots and the Jets, was sentenced to 30 years in prison after a conviction on charges of criminal sexual conduct and burglary.
Yesterday Gebrselassie Reconsiders Retirement Plan
The Ethiopian runner Haile Gebrselassie, who said he was retiring after pulling out midway through Sunday’s New York City Marathon with a knee injury, said he was having second thoughts.
Yesterday Rule Change on Youth Football Hits
The sport’s national governing body on youth and amateur levels made the changes at its annual meeting in attempts to make the game safer for youngsters.
Yesterday U.S. Midfielder Maurice Edu Injures Left Knee Again
The American midfielder Maurice Edu was carried off on a stretcher in the first half of the Glasgow Rangers’ 3-0 loss to visiting Hibernian in the Scottish Premier League.
Yesterday Quintin Dailey, Gifted but Troubled Player, Dies at 49
Mr. Dailey earned All-American honors at the University of San Francisco, but his missteps contributed to the university’s decision to drop its storied basketball program for three years.
Yesterday New Yorkers From Mexico Escorted Miner in Race
Juan Jesus Lopez and Rene Cuahuizo couldn’t afford the entrance fees for this year’s New York City Marathon, but had a chance to run with Edison Peña, the Chilean miner.
Yesterday Women’s Group Cites 12 Districts in Title IX Complaint
The National Women’s Law Center sent complaints to the education department that 12 school districts had failed to offer equal opportunities.
Yesterday N.B.A. Roundup: Looking for Revenge, Nets Get It in Cleveland
Despite not starting forward Troy Murphy, the Nets bounced back from a loss to the Cavaliers on Tuesday.
Yesterday Bats: Farewell to Dave Niehaus, a Seattle Legend
The death of Dave Niehaus, 75, will be devastating for fans in the Northwest.