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By Tom Fitton
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Michael Williams
The Tide sure did roll.
The Tide sure did roll.
Eddie Lacy, AJ McCarron and the No. 2 Crimson Tide rolled top-ranked Notre Dame 42-14 for the BCS championship Monday night, locking up a second straight national title and third in four years with another laugher of a title game.
Barrett Jones was definitely not going there.
Nothing is so much of a boys' club as a James Bond movie. That is, except when Judi Dench is on screen.
AJ McCarron passed for 208 yards and two touchdowns and No. 1 Alabama reached the end zone on its first three possessions in a 38-7 victory over No. 13 Mississippi State on Saturday night.
Members of the Chicago Teachers Union are walking the picket lines after contract talks failed to reach an agreement.
This year's game of the century came down to kicks and picks.
The LSU and Alabama showdown promises to be a throwback of old-school football.
No. 2 looked more like No. 1 on Saturday night.
The first big game on the season in the Big 12 went to Oklahoma State, with Brandon Weeden leading the Cowboys from behind at Texas A&M.
Another wild ending and another Auburn victory.
A sexy dose of jazz and the refined strains of Western opera and traditional Xhosa song drive a new opera about South Africa's former president and anti-apartheid hero Nelson Mandela.
JOHANNESBURG _ The refined strains of Western opera and traditional Xhosa song and a sexy dose of jazz drive a new opera that opens Saturday in Johannesburg about South Africa's former president and anti-apartheid hero Nelson Mandela.
With two Republican contenders for the 2012 Senate race in Texas dropping out recently to run instead for a House seat, conventional wisdom has the GOP contest shaping up as a two-man showdown between the "establishment" candidate, Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst, and the tea party insurgent, former Solicitor General Ted Cruz.