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Edited by Kostya Kennedy
November 07, 2005
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November 07, 2005

Who's Hot | Who's Not

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Bruins Football
Seventh-ranked UCLA has staged four stirring fourth-quarter comebacks--including Saturday's three-TD rally and OT win over Stanford. "We do opportune things at opportune times," says coach Karl Dorrell. Dare the Bruins raise expectations for a game against USC on Dec. 3? Warns tackle Brian Abraham, "We're better than people think we are."

The Giants' Tiki slashed his way to a career-best 206 yards in a win over Washington. Cowboys rookie Marion cut up the Cardinals for 127 yards and two TDs. And the most dangerous barber of all--bloodthirsty Sweeney Todd--returns to Broadway this week.

Raiders Romping
NCAA news: Texas Tech's Red Raiders (7-1) are off to their best start since 1976 after walloping Baylor 28-0. NFL news: The bad boys of Oakland (above) may be back. After an 0-3 start, they've won three of four and have scored 72 points in the past two games.

As Prince Charles (the man who will be king) readied for an eight-day visit to the U.S., L.A.'s hockey team (8-4) was solidifying its hold on first place in the Pacific.


Huskies Football
From bad to worse. Last Saturday's 44-20 loss to ASU was Washington's 13th concsecutive in the Pac-10 and the third straight game in which they've given up 40 points. And newly unsealed documents in the 2003 Rick Neuheisel gambling case have ignited a controversy worthy of the White House: Who finked on Neuheisel?

Tampa Bay lost to the lowly 49ers; the NBA's Milwaukee Bucks lost their last four preseason games before opening with two straight road games; and a great indignity befell the St. Louis statue of late Cardinals broadcaster Jack Buck--vandals snapped off its microphone.

Tennessee Fumbling
NCAA news: For the second straight week a Volunteers running back (this time Arian Foster, below) fumbled near the end zone, leading to an SEC loss. NFL news: For the second straight week the Titans (2-6) lost two fumbles (this time, both by QB Steve McNair) and a game.

We knew Cleveland would struggle, but this? The Browns lost their third straight--this one to winless Houston, which was getting blown out weekly--and have zero rushing TDs this year.