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SMU has accepted an invitation to play in the Hawaii Bowl.
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Verizon Wireless, the largest cellphone carrier in the U.S., on Monday said it will sell a Nokia phone for the first time in years, lending support to the embattled Finnish company's turnaround effort.
The play appears so innocuous in the stat book now. Adrian Peterson, the Minnesota Vikings' All-Pro running back, gained three yards against the Washington Redskins on the first play of the second half in their game last Christmas Eve. In that matchup between two NFL bottom feeders playing out the string, the play was just one more step toward the offseason.
Crews scrambled to make repairs Wednesday near the busiest lock on a vital Mississippi River commerce corridor near St. Louis as hundreds of barges and tugboats remained snarled in a backlog that was growing worse by the hour.
Facing Drew Brees, the most accurate passer in the NFL a year ago, the pressure figured to be on Robert Griffin III. Even though he wasn't going up against Brees directly, the potential for the New Orleans Saints quarterback to pile up yards and touchdowns seemed daunting.
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The legacy of the late Rev. Sun Myung Moon will forever be tied to the fight to defeat communism, a cause to which he devoted much of his life's work and, in the process, earned a place in history as a contributor to the end of the Cold War.
Jeremy Lin figured he'd be having this kind of news conference in New York.