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Brad Attitude: Keselowski wins at Talladega
Johnson, Earnhardt Jr., Kahne, Kyle Busch eliminated
By JENNA FRYER - AP Auto Racing Writer
TALLADEGA, Ala. (AP) — Coming off a tumultuous week and backed into a must-win situation, Brad Keselowski pulled off one of his biggest victories.
SRSC hosts lacrosse tourney, local clinic
Southside Lacrosse gets off to flying start
By HARRISON HAMLET - Bulletin Sports Writer
The Smith River Sports Complex (SRSC) had a busy weekend of lacrosse last weekend, and although the sport is just putting down roots in Henry County, the Hammerhead Frenzy Fall Classic tournament on Saturday and the Southside Lacrosse instructional clinic on Sunday show where the sport could be headed.
NCAA FOOTBALL OPINION: Pick play leads to tough calls
By JOHN MARSHALL - AP College Football Writer
The pick play is one of most effective and difficult-to-defend in football, often freeing up receivers for big gains or creating an extra bit of space in the crowded red zone.
How and when a penalty is called on the play is often is a point of contention for players and coaches.
McCoy leads Redskins to comeback win
By AP -
LANDOVER, Md. (AP) — Colt McCoy had trouble keeping his eyes dry and his voice steady.
The one-time NFL starter had been through the quarterback wilderness of scout-team snaps and inactive Sundays since the last time the league had paid him any mind.
NFL ROUNDUP: Newton, Panthers grounded
Murray sets rushing record in Cowboys win
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GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — Quarterback Cam Newton had nowhere to run. Linebacker Luke Kuechly left the field swinging.
A frustrating first half for the Carolina Panthers snowballed into a 38-17 loss Sunday to the Green Bay Packers.
AREA ROUNDUP: PHCC sweeps USC-Lancaster
Men and Women win big
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Patrick Henry Community College’s (PHCC) men’s soccer team beat USC-Lancaster 8- 1 on the road on Sunday.