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Bill Scheft
January 12, 2004
Good to be back. Tried to TiVo the Humanitarian Bowl. Ended up with two hours of the Dalai Lama getting tips from Pete Weber.
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January 12, 2004

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The Titans beat the Ravens on a last-minute field goal by 44-year-old Gary Anderson that just cleared the crossbar. Fortunately, just before the kick Baltimore cops stopped Art Modell when he tried to move the goalpost back...to Cleveland.

Ravens offensive tackle Orlando Brown was called for two costly personal fouls. But this was nice. Each time the refs let him throw the flag.

Carolina routed Dallas 29-10. John Fox anticipated Bill Parcells's offensive and defensive tendencies so well that ABC offered him a spot on Celebrity Mole. You know it's that time of year in the NFL. We go from 12 to eight to just four. I'm talking about head coaches who still have jobs.

Steve Spurrier resigned after just two years with the Redskins. Does that now make it the Fund 'n' Gone offense?

No names have been mentioned as a successor in Washington, although Howard Dean insists he is the front-runner.

STARBUCKS NOW THE OFFICIAL COFFEE OF MADISON SQUARE GARDEN

You can get anything to go...except Charles Dolan.

Try their new menu item: salary cappuccino.

COYOTES' NEW LAIR OPENS

Glendale Arena is a gorgeous, state-of-the-art NHL facility. Which means there'll be no obstructed views of next year's lockout.

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