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Published November 17, 1995
NANCY KERRIGAN gave a "bitingly honest interview" to CBS Sports after the Rider's Triple Crown event earlier this month. In the interview, part of which will be aired during a December 3 telecast, Kerrigan says, "I like doing shows. Competing is boring. This isn't competition anyway. You get paid the same (appearance fee) no matter what. There is no reason to train. The only reason to do well is for the crowd" (CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 11/17)....Former Falcon and current Fox NFL analyst TIM GREEN has published his second novel, a thriller called "Titans" (St. Martin Press)....N.Y. POST columnist Larry Brooks profiles Devils Owner JOHN MCMULLEN: "In an era where ART MODELL becomes simply the latest pro sports team owner to come up lousy, McMullen emerges as a hero ... a hometown hero, which is simply the very best kind there is" (N.Y. POST, 11/17)....Although the MA Senate failed to approve authorization of the name of a new, $9.6B harbor tunnel as the TED WILLIAMS Tunnel, officials will go ahead with December 15 ceremonies to open the tunnel in the Hall-of- Famer's honor (BOSTON HERALD, 11/17).