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Published December 2, 1994
After her interview with DEION SANDERS (to be seen on Fox's pregame show this weekend), Lonnie Lardner reports that Sanders is ready to launch a music career. Lardner: "It was very clear to me that he wants to entertain America" (Michael Hiestand, USA TODAY, 12/2)....JOE MONTANA plans to retire after this season (Gary Myers, N.Y. DAILY NEWS, 12/2)....ELY CALLAWAY has been named "Master Entrepreneur of the Year" by INC. magazine. One selection judge: "Callaway is wholly inspirational. Talk about texture and depth -- here's a guy who takes his hobbies and makes them star businesses." ... Outback Steakhouse founders ROBERT BASHAM, TIMOTHY GANNON, and CHRIS SULLIVAN (potential Bucs bidders) have been named "Entrepreneurs of the Year" (Whittford & Finegan, INC., 12/94 issue)....CHRIS WEBBER appeared on "Letterman" last night. On his time-out in the NCAA title game: "The only thing that can erase that memory is when we win a championship at Washington. That will happen soon" (CBS, 12/1).