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The NC State-UNC football game, "in a break from tradition that surprised many," will be played Saturday at Ericsson Stadium in Charlotte and earn each school $1M, according to Chip Alexander of the R
NBA and union officials met briefly yesterday and "agreed ... to resume full-scale collective bargaining" on Saturday in N.Y., according to Mark Asher of the WASHINGTON POST. After lengthy meetings on
Rod McGeoch has resigned his seat on the SOCOG Board of Directors in the wake of "allegations he sought a fee for speech about the Sydney Olympics," which he denies, according to Ed Hula''s AROUND THE
Patriots and CT officials "conceded" yesterday that "there would be huge shortfalls" in paying the payments associated with the state''s $350M financing of a new stadium project, according to Tina Cas
Early in the second quarter of last night''s Dolphins- Patriots game in Foxboro, ABC''s Al Michaels said, "If you just walked into this stadium, you''d have no sense of what had taken place last week
"About 10 would-be buyers, some valuing the Washington Redskins at more than $500 million, made their intentions known yesterday to buy the team and Jack Kent Cooke Stadium," according to Thomas Heath
Bulls F DENNIS RODMAN has filed a petition to have his marriage to actress CARMEN ELECTRA annulled. Electra''s publicist CINDY GUAGENTI said that the couple had agreed to end the marriage (USA TODAY,
The Blue Jays have "negotiated a one-year temporary lease" that will keep them in SkyDome, according to sources of MacDonald & Grange of the Toronto GLOBE & MAIL. The deal includes an option for a one
NBA: The Nets'' new owners said they "will sell" the team "unless they can move" from the Meadowlands to Newark. A source told the AP that after the 2000-01 season, the team "would only have to give"