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FSU scores 35 in second half to top Clemson

September 23, 2012
FSU scores 35 in second half to top Clemson

EJ Manuel threw for a career-high 380 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another 102 yards as fourth-ranked Florida State rallied from a two-touchdown deficit to defeat No. 10 Clemson 49-37 on Saturday night.  The biggest Atlantic Coast Conference game in years was a wild one for a while. Then it was Florida State’s…

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Shaw’s Record-Setting Day Leads Gamecocks Past Missouri, 31-10

September 22, 2012
Shaw’s Record-Setting Day Leads Gamecocks Past Missouri, 31-10

Junior quarterback Connor Shaw threw for 249 yards and two touchdowns and completed a school-record 20 consecutive passes to finish the game as he led No. 7/8 South Carolina to a 31-10 victory over Missouri on Saturday at Williams-Brice Stadium.  Shaw’s 20 consecutive completions are tied for the second most in SEC history with Ole…

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McCloud, Paladins Run Past Presbyterian, 31-21

September 22, 2012
McCloud, Paladins Run Past Presbyterian, 31-21

Hank McCloud rushed for a career high 78 yards and three touchdowns to power Furman to a 31-21 win over Presbyterian in football action Saturday afternoon at Bailey Memorial Stadium.  McCloud, a sophomore from Tampa, Fla., scored on runs of 45, 13, and 7 yards in the first half to help Furman (1-3) build a…

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College Football Scoreboard (Week 4)

September 22, 2012
College Football Scoreboard (Week 4)

SATURDAY 9/22: # 3 Oregon 49 #22 Arizona State 0 (The Ducks’ first shutout in conference play since a 35-0 victory over Stanford on Oct. 25, 2003.) #4 Florida State 49 #10 Clemson 37 (EJ Manuel threw for a career-high 380 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another 102 yards as fourth-ranked Florida State…

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Police officer fired over Swinney post

September 22, 2012

ESPN is reporting that a South Carolina police officer has been fired after posting details of a traffic stop of Clemson coach Dabo Swinney on a University of South Carolina message board.  CPl. Michael McClatchy was fired Monday for using company equipment to detail his version of the events, Pickens (S.C.) Police Department chief Rodney…

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Walhalla, West-Oak routed; Seneca loses close game to Wren

September 21, 2012

In 96.3 WGOG’s High School Football Game of the Week on Friday, the 4th-ranked Belton-Honea Path Bears shut-out the Walhalla Razorbacks 58-0 in Western AAA play.  The Bears proved again why they are one of the best teams in the Palmetto State.  BHP’s signal-caller, Matt Williams, was our Player of the Game.  Williams played until…

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Nationals, Reds clinch post-season spots

September 21, 2012
Nationals, Reds clinch post-season spots

The Washington Nationals and the Cincinnati Reds Thursday became the first Major League Baseball teams to clinch playoff spots. The Nationals assured themselves of at least a wild card berth with a 4-1 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers Thursday night, while the Reds assured theirs by beating the Chicago Cubs 5-3 earlier in the…

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Giants roll over Panthers 36-7

September 21, 2012
Giants roll over Panthers 36-7

The New York Giants rolled over the Carolina Panthers 36-7 Thursday night in North Carolina. Giants quarterback Eli Manning went 27 of 35 for 288 yards with one touchdown and no interceptions. For the Panthers, QB Cam Newton was 16 of 30 for 242 yards with three interceptions.

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Panthers face Giants in Thursday night matchup

September 20, 2012
Panthers face Giants in Thursday night matchup

Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers have been waiting anxiously for the opportunity to showcase themselves in front of a national audience, a stage on which Eli Manning and the New York Giants have enjoyed a wealth of both experience and success in recent years. The two teams will also be aiming to build off…

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NHL cancels all September pre-season games amid lockout

September 20, 2012

The NHL canceled all of its pre-season games scheduled for September on Wednesday, the fourth day of the lockout that began when the previous collective bargaining agreement with the players ended at midnight Saturday. A total of 60 pre-season games were canceled, the first casualties of the NHL’s fourth shutdown over labor issues since 1992.…

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