- The Washington Times - Wednesday, January 28, 2009

NEWSMAKERS: WHO’S MAKING HEADLINES THIS WEEK

Mike Tomlin

At 36, he could become the youngest coach to win a Super Bowl.

Alex Kovalev

The All-Star Game MVP scored two goals in front of his home crowd in Montreal.

Dwight Howard

He set a record for NBA All-Star voting — leading his Magic in the playoffs is next.

Terrell Owens

So he’s just getting a reality show now? What have the last five years been?

Andy Roddick

The heat felled Novak Djokovic and allowed America’s last hope to advance.

TWT FIVE: TOP FLORIDA SUPER BOWLS

1. XXV: Giants 20, Bills 19; Scott Norwood, wide right.

2. III: Jets 16, Colts 7: Joe Namath (17-for-28) brings respect to former AFL teams.

3. XXIII: 49ers 20, Bengals 16: Joe Montana throws for a Super Bowl-record 357 yards in a comeback victory.

4. XIII: Steelers 35, Cowboys 31; MVP Terry Bradshaw throws for four touchdowns.

5. X: Steelers 21, Cowboys 17: Lynn Swann’s 161-yard effort may have paved his way to the Hall of Fame.

WEDNESDAY’S BEST BET ON TELEVISION

New No. 1 Duke goes on the road to play previous No. 1 Wake Forest. 7 p.m., ESPN