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Thursday, July 3, 2008

How the Big East Conference survived the ACC's expansion of '03.
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The N.Y. TIMES' April Rabkin writes of controversies around the Olympics, "What the [IOC] and the rest of the world don't realize is how little China cares what they think. Here in Beijing, the Olympic Games are primarily for domestic consumption, justifying the government's new global power to its own people" (N.Y. TIMES).

YAHOO SPORTS' Bob Margolis writes of Dario Franchitti's Sprint Cup team folding, "Racing in America's premier series has become so expensive, even established teams such as Ganassi's are having trouble attracting enough sponsorship to remain financially viable" (SPORTS.YAHOO.com).

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