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You don’t have to work on Thursday, so you can stay up late to watch the Maui Invitational title game. 10 p.m., ESPN
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Fans pelted his team with snowballs as it lost to Syracuse on Saturday. They should have aimed for Weis, who probably would mistake it for ice cream.
Six touchdowns and 815 yards over the last two games have offseason suitors lining up. Bill Belichick won’t make that mistake.
The remaking of Zeke’s Knicks begins in earnest as Walsh jettisons his two best players for expiring contracts to make way for …
The superstar is going to make for some bad NBA games over the next two years as teams clear cap room in an attempt to sign him … in 2010.
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