Florida Gulf Coast pulls off NCAA shocker ... Miami runs winning streak to 25 ... Rose, Haas share lead, Woods falters ... Baltimore Ravens to open season on road ... Sports news from United Press International.
Villegas leads by one at Honda Classic ... Clippers win for seventh time in eight games ... Nash sparks Rangers in return to ice ... Ohio State fights off upset bid ... Sports news from United Press International.
NFL commissioner promises enhanced safety ... Mickelson leads, misses chance for record ... Querrey, Isner give U.S. Davis Cup lead ... Gay paces Toronto to win in Raptors debut
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Woods claims 8th win at Torrey Pines ... Dodgers, Time Warner Cable sign TV deal ... U.S. panel pressures NFLPA on HGH tests ... Fans send Ravens off with harbor rally ... Sports news from United Press International.
Super Bowl chase begins Saturday ... Chiefs hire Andy Reid as head coach ... PGA Tour's first round of 2013 wiped out ... Pistons survive late drought to down Hawks ... Sports news from United Press International.
Knicks end Spurs' seven-game winning streak ... PGA Tour season opens Friday ... Arizona survives in OT to stay unbeaten ... Report: Chiefs close to hiring Andy Reid ... Sports news from United Press International.
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