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City officials said it would cost 30 million dollars to clean up this scrap yard.
State officials say it's NOT contaminated.
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[TALENT=Keith]


Also coming up on NEWS 7: why some residents oppose turning an old rail bed into a hiking trail.

[Sports-Head]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Tonight on News 7 sports - Bruce Smith and Michael Vick talk about their friendship in the weekly Monday night Tech 2000 report.
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While Bruce's Redskins' teammate Deion Sanders gets set to battle his old Cowboy teammates tonight at Fed Ex Field.
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[WX-Head]
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The remnants of Gordon continue to push our way but the only thing it will bring us are some showers through tomorrow... then the sun will return on Wednesday...I'll have that and your 5-day forecast coming up......

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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Roanoke's City Manager scraps her statement about this company. State officials say a clean-up effort isn't needed.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.

[Biomed-center]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6]
[WRITER=jmi]
[TAPE#=00-32 TC51:04]
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The Department of Environmental Quality visited Virginia Scrap Iron and Metal Company this morning and found NO violations of solid waste regulations.
The findings are a big surprise to city officials.
[Double Boxes=Jennifer and Keith/Microwave]


Jennifer Miele is at the scrap yard with the story.
[Live=Jennifer Full/Microwave]
[SUPER=@Jennifer1]
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Keith this story began last week when we told you that this property was considered a costly roadblock to Carilion's proposed biomedical center.
The city estimated that clean up of this supposed "highly contaminated site" would cost nearly 30 million dollars.

Turns out, the city was wrong.
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[SUPER=01-Darlene Burcham/Roanoke City Manager]
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(( Standing in the midst of plans for the region's first biomedical research center is Virginia Scrap Iron and Metal. Last week this site could have been considered a deal breaker.
City Manager Darlene Burcham called it "highly contaminated," and estimated clean-up costs to reach 30 million dollars.
Carilion wouldn't purchase the land, V-DOT wouldn't build on it, and the city said it would cost too much to clean up.
Then News 7 learned that the 30 million dollar estimate didn't come from a city study, or a state study, but was instead, a guess.
In fact, today was the first time Virginia Scrap Iron and Metal Company was inspected for contamination.
D-E-Q analyzed the site and found NO violations of solid waste regulations.
The scrap yard's owner would not talk on camera, but he did say he was upset by Darlene Burcham's comments. He says no one has ever set foot on his property to investigate it, and the allegations of contamination were completely unwarranted.
Burcham says she's pleased that the site is not contaminated, but also says there will be more studies before construction begins. [00:38:36]
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((DARLENE BURCHAM/ROANOKE CITY MANAGER: I KNOW THAT THE ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS HAVE BEEN HIRED BY THE HOUSING AUTHORITY AND HAVE ALREADY BEGUN THAT PROCESS, SO CLEARLY THEY WILL BE LOOKING AT EACH AND EVERY SITE IN THAT PROPOSED 70 PLUS ACRE AREA BETWEEN NOW AND THE END OF THE CALENDAR YEAR.))
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Keith, property owners being bought out by Carilion are wondering why these statements were made. Some say it may be an attempt to devalue their property.
[Double Boxes=Keith and Jennifer/Microwave]


But it looks as though the property is free of contamination.

[Bird]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=tha]
[TAPE#00-35 TC31:31]
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Myrtle Beach police may have solved the murder of a Roanoke man.
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A housekeeper found the body of 50- year old John Milton Bird inside his Myrtle Beach hotel room last Tuesday.
He'd been stabbed to death.
Authorities have charged Amanda Rankin, Jeremy Chad Shaw and Douglas Hooper with murder.
All are from Charlotte, North Carolina.
Investigators say the three were in Bird's hotel room late Monday night.
Police say after the three left... they went back to their own motel, grabbed their belongings and left before signing out.
They were arrested in Charlotte.
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[Airport]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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The Roanoke Regional Airport is getting high marks...
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]

A group hired to examine the airport says it stacks up well compared to similarly sized airports. Among its strengths are 38 months of air traffic growth, four major airlines, and easy access to eight major hubs. High airfares and limited access to cities out West are among the weaknesses. But researchers say increased economic growth, like the Carilion Biomedical center, can help bring ticket prices down.

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((MICHAEL BOYD/"THE BOYD GROUP": WHEN BUSINESSES MOVE IN, PEOPLE MOVE IN WHO TRAVEL AND THEY BRING IN PEOPLE WHO TRAVEL TO VISIT THEM. SO, ANY FACTORY, ANY NEW BUSINESS, ANY BUSINESS EXPANSION IS CRITICALLY IMPORTANT TO NEW AIR SERVICE.))

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Boyd says expanded service could be in the works. Roanoke passengers might have the option of direct flights to Memphis, St. Louis, Raleigh and Cleveland within five years.
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[Rail-Trail]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=tte]
[TAPE#=00-28 TC1:35:34]
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Building a biking and hiking trail along Craig Creek sounds harmless enough, but some residents predict the plan will lead to more deaths, crime, and wasted tax money. Tina Tenret takes us on a tour of the proposed trail.
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(( Local planners might turn 26 miles of old railroad track between Eagle Rock and New Castle into a trail for bikers, hikers and horseback riders -- right along Craig Creek. Planners say the trail would boost tourism and create golden business opportunities. It would also cost two to three million dollars.
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((JACK ROSE/TRAIL OPPONENT: WHY SHOULD WE HAVE OUR TAXES RAISED TO SUPPORT SOMEONE WHO WANTS TO RIDE THEIR BICYCLES FROM ROANOKE WHEN THEY ALREADY HAVE A TRAIL IN SALEM?)) [RUNS:11]
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At least 40 local residents call this the wrong place for a trail. The roads are already too narrow for two cars. Adding hikers and horses would be deadly, they say.
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((RITA PARADY/TRAIL OPPONENT: EVEN A COMPACT CAR TAKES UP MOST OF THE BRIDGE. THEIR ANSWER TO US WAS SLOW DOWN AND SHARE THE ROAD.)) [RUNS:08]
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Planners would allow property-owners only to drive along half the trail --
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and cut cars off entirely from other portions. Developers cannot guarantee residents will be able to drive the steep and rocky road to their local graveyard, for example.
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((PAT HAMMOND/TRAIL OPPONENT: ALL WE WANT IS TO BE ABLE TO COME IN HERE, BURY OUR DEAD AND VISIT MY MOTHER AND FATHER.)) [RUNS:08]
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County supervisors will decide this winter whether the trail is a good idea. Citizens can offer input at a meeting October fifth at Craig County High School. Tina Tenret News7 Botetourt County.))

[Indians]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Virginia's eight Indian tribes say it's now a moral test -- and Virginia's political leaders are failing.
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The chiefs took their fight for federal recognition to the U-S Capitol.
They were joined by the only remaining sponsor of the bill.
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((REP. JIM MORAN/D-ALEXANDRIA: THEY WERE KILLED AND THEY WERE ROBBED OF THEIR LAND. THEIR CULTURE WAS OFTEN EMASCULATED. AND THEY WERE DEPRIVED OF THE MANY LIBERTIES THAT MOST AMERICANS TAKE FOR GRANTED. BUT IN VIRGINIA, THE STORY IS EVEN WORSE.))
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((ANNE RICHARDSON/RAPPAHANNOCK INDIAN CHIEF: THE REAL ISSUE IS THAT THEY'RE AFRAID THE TRIBES OF VIRGINIA ARE GOING TO STAND UP AND RECLAIM EVERYTHING THAT THE STATE OF VIRGINIA HAS TAKEN FROM THEM. AND I'M HERE TO PUT YOU ON NOTICE VIRGINIA, I AM DOING JUST THAT.))
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The tribes spent a day trying to lobby mostly absentee congressmen -- to remind them of the legacy of Walter Plecker.
A newspaper series this year brought to light his 34 year history of racism in Virginia's Office of Vital Records.


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((KENNETH BRANHAM/MONACAN INDIAN CHIEF: WE REFER TO HIM IN OUR TRIBE AS THE HITLER OF INDIAN PEOPLE. HE DIDN'T PUT US IN GAS CHAMBERS. BUT HE GENOCIDED US JUST AS BAD. HE TRIED TO ELIMINATE US WITH PAPERWORK.))
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[VO-NAT]


The Indians need an act of Congress instead of simple recognition by the Bureau of Indian Affairs because Virginia re-classified Indians as "negroes" for most of the 20th century.
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[Tease#1]
[ANCHOR=Keith]
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A Roanoke legal legend is laid to rest.
Next on News 7, we'll look back on the life of Bev Fitzpatrick
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And find out why one man's effort to help Blacksburg's stray cats may have got him evicted.
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[Fitzpatrick]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=jda]
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Beverly Fitzpatrick Sr. was a general district court judge for more than 25 years... and a civic leader following his retirement from the bench.
But Joe Dashiell reports, that is only part of the legacy family and friends honored today during a memorial service in Roanoke.
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(( [OPENS WITH NAT SOUND OF ORGAN OVER PEOPLE ARRIVING]
The sanctuary, chapel, and fellowship hall of the Second Presbyterian Church were filled to overflowing with the family and friends of Beverly Fitzpatrick Sr.
Pastor George Anderson described a compassionate judge who never lost faith in his fellow man.
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((GEORGE ANDERSON: THIS LAWYER USED THE LAW TO HELP SAVE SOME LIVES, THE LIVES OF SOME PEOPLE WHO ARE HERE TODAY TO HONOR HIS MEMORY.)) [RUNS:08]
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Fitzpatrick's public life and professional accomplishments are well- known... Chief Judge of the General District Court... point man for the renovation of Jefferson High School....
But many who knew him well, have more personal memories.
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((SUE MILLS: YOU NEVER MET JUDGE FITZPATRICK THAT HE DIDN'T ASK, NOT ONLY HOW YOU WERE, BUT HOW WAS YOUR FAMILY. HE KNEW YOUR CHILDREN'S NAMES. HE KNEW WHERE YOU LIVED AND WHAT YOU DID.)) ((MARY WADDELL: HE HAD A GOOD HEART. HE WAS A KIND MAN. REGARDLESS OF YOUR RACE COLOR OR CREED, HE TREATED EVERYONE THE SAME.))
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One mourner said that "in his own quiet way, he was a remarkable man..."
celebrated for his appreciation of life, his personal integrity and his compassion for others.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke))

[AEP]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=khu]
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American Electric Power has gone to court against Mitchell's Point Marina.
AEP says camping trailers recently set up on cinder blocks at the edge of Smith Mountain Lake would be under five feet of water if the lake reaches full pond.

[Textile-Tour]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=tha]
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A group of Virginia lawmakers continued its tour of the Southside today.
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Each year-- the House Appropriations Committee tours a different region to see how the state can help improve the area.
Lawmakers began their tour of the Southside over the weekend.
Today-- they toured various industries in the Danville area.
The committee decided to tour Southside because its been hard hit by textile layoffs and cuts in the tobacco quota.


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Stocks tumbled as worries about rising oil prices and the slump of the euro intensified. [TAKE DOW, NASDAQ & BLOOMBERG PAGE ]
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The DOW lost 118-points, NASDAQ dropped 109.
The Bloomberg News 7 Index fell nearly a point and a half.
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[Cat-Man]


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[WRITER=mjo]
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He cares for dozens of homeless cats.
And that's why a Blacksburg man says he's lost HIS home, too.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg;]


Dick Cupp, a 60-year-old artist, was evicted from his McDonald Street apartment.
For the last few years, Cupp has fed and cared for more than 30 stray cats at a time.
They live outside his apartment complex.
Cupp was evicted for being behind on his rent, but he says the company told him the cats were the problem.
He says he'll take them with him ... and try to find some new homes.
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((DICK CUPP/CAT LOVER: I'M AFRAID THEY'RE GOING TO BE DESTROYED. THESE CATS CAN'T BE DESTROYED. I'VE GIVEN IT TOO MUCH TIME, TOO MUCH EFFORT. THEY'VE GIVEN ME TOO MUCH LOVE, THEY CAN'T DIE.))
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[VO-NAT]


He says most of the cats were abandoned by departing college students.
Both the town of Blacksburg and Montgomery County have no place for homeless cats and no laws on how many people can have.
Cupp says until they do, he'll take in as many cats as he can ... even though feeding them costs 45 dollars a day.

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[L'Burg-Housing]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=ssm]
[TAPE#=00-26 TC1:46:18]
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A unique mix of public and private funds should soon put some of Lynchburg's lower- income families into a new home next year.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg]


State and federal officials today helped kick off construction of the Vistas at Dreaming Creek apartment complex.


Part of the 20- million dollar project is funded by tax- exempt bonds through the Fannie Mae Foundation.
Forty percent of the 286 units will be available to those families still struggling to make ends meet.
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[SOT 10:25:27]
[IN Q=As the economy]

((ED MCCANN/LYNCHBURG REDEVELOPMENT HOUSING AUTHORITY: AS THE ECONOMY HAS GROWN, SO HAVE RENTS IN RENTAL SITUATIONS ACROSS THE COUNTRY. AND SO IT'S BECOMING MORE DIFFICULT FOR PEOPLE TO AFFORD RENTS IN MANY CITIES ACROSS THE COUNTRY, DESPITE THE FACT THAT WE'VE HAD A SURGING ECONOMY.))
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[OUT Q=a surging economy.]
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Construction should be finished by next May.
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[Sports Tease]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Coming up tonight on the Big 7, Deion gets ready for his DC dance with Dallas. Player of the week honors are showered on local kids.
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[VO-NAT]

And tonight's Tech 2000 report centers on the relationship between Bruce Smith and Michacl Vick. Both men talk Tech in just a moment.
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=mst]
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The Virginia Tech Hokies have an off-week before battling Boston College here on Your Hometown Station on September 30th. Tonight's edition of the Tech 2000 report focuses on upward mobility, Lane Stadium gymnastics and a helping hand from Bruce Smith.
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[SUPER=03-Blacksburg/Last Saturday; :00]
[SUPER=01-Brenda Boddie/Michael Vick's Mom; :17]
[SUPER=01-Bruce Smith/46 Career Sacks at VT; :39]
[SUPER=01-Michael Vick/Va. Tech Quarterback; :56]
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[SUPER=01-Frank Beamer/Va. Tech Head Coach; 1:32]
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(( With the Hokies hopping up to 4th in this week's coaches' Top 25, there seems to be no need for Michael Vick to continue his pursuit of a perfect 10 in gridiron gymnastics. Michael - momma has had enough of this stuff. ((BRENDA BODDIE:)) One thing you won't catch momma flipping out about is the new relationship begin forged between her son and former Hokie Bruce Smith. This past summer, Big Bruce, who lives just 20 minutes from Mike in Tidewater, made a point to touch base with him. ((BRUCE SMITH::)) ((MICHAEL VICK:)) And Bruce plans to make sure Michael does make it in all phases of his life. He's talked to him about everything from the pros to the classroom - to staying humble. ((BRUCE SMITH:)) ((FRANK BEAMER:)) Michael says he had no idea Bruce Smith won the Outland Trophy until he arrived in Blacksburg. But he always knew who Bruce Smith was, even if Bruce had never heard of him.))

((MICHAEL VICK:))[S-East]


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Not surprisingly, Vick and the Hokies dominate the Big East player of the week awards passed out this afternoon.


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[VO-NAT]
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Vick racked up 104 yards rushing and 120 yards passing and accounted for two TDs. This is the 6th time in his short career that he has won this honor. And youth is also served with true freshman number 1, Eric Green winning Big East special teams player of the week honors. He disrupted two punts and had an interception.
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[S-Ferrum]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=dal]
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Ferrum sophomore Nat Hodges has been named Atlantic Central Conference Player of the Week.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Ferrum/Saturday;]


The defensive back from Rocky Mount, he's number one on your screen, recorded 10 tackles, three solo and one for a loss in the Panthers' 17-to-14 win over Greensboro on Saturday.
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[S-Cavs]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-76]
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11th ranked Clemson comes to Charlottesville Saturday to battle Virginia. Today, 15 hundred tickets remained for the ACC clash. Steve Mason has a preview and recaps a 26-10 win over Duke.
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[SUPER=01-George Welsh/5-12-1 vs. Clemson; :44(QUICK)]
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((Dan Ellis took the Blue Devils dare to beat them, tossing three TD passes. He's now the nations 5th rated passer through three games. ((:)) Tommy Bowden has carried the Tigers to the brink of a top 10 ranking in two years, but his goal lies in longevity, a trademark in Charlotteville. The respect is mutual.))
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=rst]
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The summer Olympic games will have to take an even bigger back seat tonight as the Washington Redskins and Dallas Cowboys renew their rivalry at Fed Ex Field. The Redskins are looking to rebound after last week's loss to Detroit - while winless Dallas is simply
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Ashburn; :]

trying to get up off the mat.
And to make things even more interesting - former Cowboy Deion Sanders goes against his former team a week after stinking it up against the Lions.
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[IN Q="When I...]

((DEION SANDERS/REDSKINS CORNERBACK:)) ((EMMITT SMITH/COWBOYS RUNNING BACK:))
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[SUPER=03-Landover, MD/Last September; :09]
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