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One wears a perpetual scowl, his words robotic and succinct. With Nick Saban, it's all about "the process," which means running his football program with the meticulousness of a CEO. It may come across as cold and detached _ even ruthless _ but it sure works.
The LSU and Alabama showdown promises to be a throwback of old-school football.
Mark Martin will drive part-time for Michael Waltrip Racing for at least the next two seasons, sharing the seat with the team owner.
Johnny Rodgers remembers a day when the two best teams in the land played a game for the ages. Forty years later, he can go over the winning drive as if it happened yesterday.
Talk about a backdoor cut.
NBA players and owners will start negotiating again Saturday, and the union's leaders say they're unified as they seek to resolve the lockout.
No. 2 Alabama (8-0, 5-0 SEC) vs. No. 1 LSU (8-0, 5-0), 8 p.m. (CBS).
Starting at shortstop, err, defenseman for the Washington Capitals, No. 6, Dennis Wideman. OK, maybe Brooks Laich should explain.
The flood started with Erik Cook's wrinkled shirt.