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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Mcgraw
Tim McGraw has announced a Feb. 5 release date for his first album since leaving Curb Records.
When Notre Dame coach Muffet McGraw learned last July that she would be a part of the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame 2011 class of inductees, she knew the pressure was on for the Fighting Irish to have a good season.
Tim McGraw and Curb Records could be headed to court over an unreleased album. The independent record label filed a breach-of-contract lawsuit last week against McGraw, claiming the country superstar failed to provide a fifth and final album that met contractual obligations under their deal by an April deadline.
The coaches might not be household names. The players aren't well known _ yet.
"I think a lot of people were happy to see a different face in the final game," McGraw said. "I think it's great what Connecticut's done for the Big East and for women's basketball, and I think it's also great to have some new teams come in and maybe appeal to a lot more people."
"I'm enjoying the circle. We had our championship reunion in the fall and the team came in," said McGraw, the Fighting Irish coach.