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Coming up-
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The latest on night two of attacks on terrorism.
While a second case of anthrax exposure in Florida.
And waiters and waitresses are giving away their tips tonight- at one local restaurant.
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[Talent=Jean]


Plus the governors debate is back on.
News 7 is next.

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((NAT SOUND CRUISE MISSILE.. NAT SOUND EXPLOSION.))
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The U-S is pounding targets in Afghanistan for a second night.
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((ON ALL EFFORTS.. ALL FRONTS WE WILL .. OF JUSTICE.)) [BUTT TO 14:14:06] ((WE ARE HITTING TARGETS SIMILAR TO WHAT WE DID YESTERDAY. TODAY WE'RE USING ABOUT TEN BOMBER AIRCRAFT.))
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And the attack goes on... Notes even scribbled on some missiles... saying for NYPD and the New York Fire Department.
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[Attacks]


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It is night two of the attack on Afghanistan... an effort to undercut the Taliban militia that is sheltering Osama Bin Laden.
While there is damage... U-S officials say it's too soon to say the Taliban air defense has been fully disabled.


[DOUBLE BOXES=Jean and Teri /Newspath]


Teri Okita joins us live from Washington with more.
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[SUPER=141-Geoff Hoon/British Defense Secretary;]
[SUPER=141-Donald Rumsfeld/Secretary of Defense;]
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((FOR A SECOND STRAIGHT NIGHT, U-S FORCES POUNDED THE TALIBAN'S MILITARY AND COMMAND-AND-CONTROL CENTERS --HITTING THE CAPITAL CITY OF KABUL EVEN HARDER THAN THE NIGHT BEFORE. THEY LAUNCHED 15-CRUISE MISSILES AND FIVE LONG-RANGE BOMBERS SUNDAY'S STRIKES HIT TARGETS --THROUGHOUT-- AFGHANISTAN.
Geoff Hoon/British Defense Secretary: All 30-sites that we struck were military installations. Three were in Kabul and four, close to other large settlements, but 23-were in remote areas of the country. THE TALIBAN SAYS THIS IS SOME OF THE DAMAGE CAUSED BY THE AIRSTRIKES SO FAR. BUT THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION HAS REPEATEDLY SAID THIS WILL BE A LONG, METHODICAL WAR. AND WHILE B-2 BOMBERS HAVE USED SATELLITE-GUIDED BOMBS, LIKE THESE, TO DAMAGE RUNWAYS -- OFFICIALS AREN'T CERTAIN THEIR GOAL HAS BEEN ACCOMPLISHED. Donald Rumsfeld/Defense Secretary: I think it would be too soon to say that the Taliban air defense and aircraft and airports have been fully disabled. DESPITE PLEAS FROM THEIR GOVERNMENT TO STAY...MANY FEARFUL RESIDENTS IN AFGHANISTAN ARE PACKING UP AND LEAVING THE U-S SAYS AFGHANI CIVILIANS ARE NOT TARGETS.
Name withheld for Security Purposes: Were not going after innocent victims like the people against whom were fighting who went after people in the World Trade Center and elsewhere. We are taking great pains, and sometimes, we put ourselves at even greater risk in order to make every effort to avoid civilian casualties.))
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Airstrikes are only part of the operation. Secretary Rumsfeld say the U-S is working with rebel ground forces who are fighting for control of Afghanistan and want to expel the Taliban. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington. Now back to you


[American]


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Two Air Force jets escorted an American Airlines jetliner to Chicago's O'Hare airport.. after a passenger entered the plane's cockpit.
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Officials say the incident was not an act of terrorism, just a random act by a suspect.
The F-B-I says the passenger was a young adult with a history of mental illness.
A passenger says the man actually got into the cockpit and had his arm around the pilots neck.. that's when the plane lurched to the left.
The man was subdued by two pilots and by several passengers.
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((HOWARD ROCKMAN/PASSENGER: TEN OR TWELVE OR 15 MEN GOT UP.. REPORTER: A PROCESSION PASSENGER: NOT A PROCESSION, MORE LIKE A TRACK MEET THEY WERE RUNNING UP TO THE FRONT OF THE PLANE TO SUBDUE THIS PERSON.. AND BROUGHT HIM TO MID GALLEY POSITION.)) [BUTT TO 20:15:52] ((JOANNE ROCKMAN/PASSENGER: AMERICA IS MAD I THINK. WE'RE NEVER GONNA LET ANYONE TAKE OVER A PLANE LIKE THAT. IT WAS SO EVIDENT TODAY.))
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[OUT Q=so evident today.]
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The plane was headed from Los Angeles to Chicago.
According to the F-B-I, -- the captain radioed the F-A-A, saying there was a hijacking.
Immediately, the fighter jets were dispatched.
The plane landed safely.
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[Anthrax]


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The FBI has now taken over the investigation into the anthrax death of a Florida man- but officials are not sure yet whether this is a case of terrorism.
The germ was found in the nose of a second worker and a computer keyboard in their office.
Bobbi Harley reports, hundreds are now lining up in Florida to get tested.
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[SUPER=01-John Ashcroft/U. S. Attorney General; :10]
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[OUT Q=comfort to them.]

((THE F-B-I TODAY SEALED OFF THIS BOCA RATON FLORIDA BUILDING AND TOOK OVER THE PROBE TRYING TO TRACK DOWN HOW TWO MEN WHO WORKED HERE WERE EXPOSED TO ANTHRAX. JOHN ASHCROFT - We regard this as an investigation which could become a clear criminal investigation. WITH FEW ANSWERS, A LINE STRETCHED SEVERAL HUNDRED PEOPLE LONG OUTSIDE THE LOCAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT ALL CO-WORKERS AT AMERICAN MEDIA -- A COMPANY THAT PUBLISHES TABLOID NEWSPAPERS --NOW FACING TESTING AND TREATMENT THEMSELVES. LYNN ALLISON/AMERICAN MEDIA EMPLOYEE - What am I thinking about? I don't know, I'm just very scared. INVESTIGATORS DISCOVERED TRACE AMOUNTS OF ANTHRAX IN THE WORK AREA OF 63-YEAR-OLD PHOTO EDITOR ROBERT STEVENS, WHO DIED LAST WEEK. DAVID PECKER/CEO, AMERICAN MEDIA - When they did the swabs they did the tests exactly in Mr. Stevens, in Bob Stevens' area on his desk. THE SECOND MAN, WHO WORKS IN THE MAIL ROOM, HAD ANTHRAX SPORES IN HIS NOSE, BUT HAS NOT DEVELOPED THE DISEASE. WHILE THE BACTERIA IS RARE, IT DOES OCCUR NATURALLY. HOWEVER, IT HAS ALSO BEEN ASSOCIATED WITH TERRORIST THREATS ... SOMETHING OFFICIALS HERE SAY THEY HAVEN'T FOUND. FOR THE PEOPLE WHO MAY HAVE BEEN EXPOSED - INFORMATION AND SIXTY DAYS WORTH OF ANTIBIOTICS ARE OF LITTLE COMFORT TO THEM.))
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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This is all happenining in a community that's already on edge- The man thought to be the ring leader of the September 11th attacks, Mohammed Atta took flight lessons just a few miles away.

[Debate]


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There WILL BE another televised gubernatorial debate before November's election.
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[TAKE DEBATE FS]
Mark Earley and Mark Warner will debate here at W-D-B-J-7 this Wednesday night at Eight.
The two were supposed to debate yesterday, but the appearance was canceled because of the military action in Afghanistan.
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[Redpath]


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The candidate who made it to Roanoke today, won't have a spot in Wednesday night's debate.
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Bill Redpath is the Libertarian candidate for Governor.
He came to Roanoke Sunday night to protest his exclusion from the debate.
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((BILL REDPATH/L- CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR: ONE OF THE REASONS I THINK IT'S A SHAME I WAS EXCLUDED FROM THE DEBATES IS THAT POLITICS HAS BECOME TOO MUCH OF A HORSE RACE IN THE UNITED STATES, WHO'S AHEAD, WHAT STRATEGY IS BEING EMPLOYED, WHAT'S THE ENXT THING THEY'RE GOING TO DO TO WOO THE VOTERS. I THINK WE NEED TO FOCUS ON ISSUES AND SUBSTANTIVE POLICY. AND I WOULD URGE THE VOTERS TO DO THAT.))
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[OUT Q=urge the voters to do that.]
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With only a few hours of debate between the two major party candidates, and none including him, Redpath says the campaign has not served the interests of Virginia voters.
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[Roanoke-Fire]


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Fire forced people out of a Roanoke apartment building tonight.
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The fire in the 400 Block of Janette (gin-Ett) Avenue started just before seven.
Firefighters found a bedroom in a basement apartment in flames.
Everyone got out of the building safely.
Most of the damage was confined to the apartment where the fire started. One other apartment did have smoke damage.
Most residents were allowed back into their apartments once the fire was out.
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Still ahead on News 7, the Roanoke Symphony honors firefighters and police officers killed in New York by honoring those closer to home.
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And local restaurant employees offer their tips to the victims of terrorism.
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[Sports-Preview]


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((Hey folks this is Mike Stevens back in the News 7 Sports office with some rescheduled girls high school hoops from tonight in the Blue Ridge. Two Techsters get honored by the Big East. UVa is still in a foul mood with UNC on deck. And Martinsville may be this week's Winston Cup stop, but earlier today Brett Bodine was getting busy at New River. Details tonight on the Big 7.))

[Police-Computers]


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Roanoke county's police cars will soon be rolling along with new on board computers-
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A 370-thousand dollar grant from the Justice Department will pay for 20-laptops- They'll be installed in the county's patrol cars. The computers will give officers information about wanted-criminals that they before they would have to get from a dispatcher. The technology is also expected to make it easier to write crime reports and free up dispatchers to handle other tasks. Chief Ray Lavinder says he estimates the computers will save up to two hours a day per shift.
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[Goodlatte]


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Congressman Bob Goodlatte presented the grant to Roanoke County Police this morning.
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He says the computers will help root out "would-be terrorists" on American soil while the U.S. military takes steps to eliminate terrorism globally.
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((REP. BOB GOODLATTE: I THINK THE PRESIDENT HAS BEEN VERY MEASURED IN HIS RESPONSE. HE VALUES AMERICAN LIVES GREATLY AND I KNOW THAT WHILE THERE ARE MANY SERVICE MEN AND WOMEN IN HARM'S WAY THAT WE'RE GONNA TAKE EVERY MEASURE WE CAN TO MAKE SURE THEY ARE UNDERTAKING MISSIONS THAT ARE ACHIEVABLE AND NOT PUT THEM AT RISK UNNECESSARILY.))
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As for halting terrorism on American soil, Goodlatte says the country's status as a "free and open society" makes it nearly impossible to come up with a "foolproof system" to stop those who would do the nation harm.

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Muslim- Americans say they've been on edge since the September 11th attacks, fearful that they'll be linked to the terrorists simply because of their religion.
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About 25 Muslim families make their home in the Red House area of Charlotte County.
They say they were as shocked as anyone by the attacks.. and they want to remind everyone that they too are Americans.
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((MATTHEW GARDNER/CHARLOTTE CO. MUSLIM: WE JUST WANT THE PEOPLE TO KNOW OUT THERE THAT WE DON'T WANT TO HURT ANYONE, WE NEVER HAVE.. WE NEVER WILL. AS LONG AS WE JUST REMAIN PEACEFUL, EVERYONE SHOULD BE PEACEFUL AROUND US.))
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[OUT Q=peaceful around us.]
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Gardner says there have been a few isolated incidents of vandalism and harassment in their community over the years.
The sheriff's department has stepped up its patrols in the area.
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[Fallen-Firefighters]


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The men and women who put their lives on the line in Roanoke set their uniforms and gear aside this evening for a seat at the symphony.
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The Roanoke symphony donated several hundred of its seats at the Roanoke Civic Center tonight for firefighters, rescue workers and police. The gesture was a way to honor their colleagues in New York who were killed and injured in last month's terrorist attacks.
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((RICK PIESTER/ROANOKE SYMPHONY: THEIR LIFE IS MAKING MUSIC AND MAKING THINGS BEAUTIFUL FOR PEOPLE ALL PEOPLE AND IF THIS MAKES ANY OF THESE RESCUE WORKERS HAPPY THEN THEY'RE HAPPY AS WELL.))
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The Symphony has also dedicated the rest of its performance season to the thousands who lost their lives in New York and Washington.
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[Steakhouse-Tips]


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Workers at a Roanoke restaurant are also keeping the victims of the terrorist attacks close to their heart.
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Tonight-- staff at the Texas Steakhouse at Valley View Mall donated their tips to the New York State World Trade Center Relief Fund. Waitress Susan (LIE--juh-ness) Lajueness came up with the idea-- which quickly gained the support of the entire staff as well as customers.
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((SUSAN LAJUENESS/WAITRESS: I TRY TO THINK IF SOMETHING LIKE THAT HAPPENED TO ME, YOU KNOW, I WANT OTHER PEOPLE WHO DON'T KNOW ME, TO COME TOGETHER AND I THINK IT'S IMPORTANT FOR EVERYONE TO COME TOGETHER, IT SHOWS HOW AMERICAN WE ARE.

CHEYENNE ELMORE/CUSTOMER: WE'RE ABLE TO ENJOY OURSELVES AND IT HASN'T HIT US LIKE IT HAS IN NEW YORK. WE HAVE THE MONEY TO SPEND AND TO GO OUT AND HAVE A GOOD TIME AND THERE ARE FOLKS IN NEW YORK WHO DON'T EVEN KNOW WHERE THEIR FAMILY IS OR IF THEY'RE GOING TO BE FOUND AND THEY NEED ALL OF OUR SUPPORT.))
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The owners of the Valley View restaurant are also pitching in-- agreeing to match all of the money raised tonight. Together they'll donate three-thousand- 266 dollars.
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A Danville company and its workers are also lending support to terrorist vicitms. Goodyear and its union today donated nearly 65- hundred dollars to the American Red Cross.
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A site's been chosen for the National Slavery Musuem.
Find out where it will be built when News 7 returns.
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And a conservative voice may soon fall silent.
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[WEB-ADDRESS]
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[Web Address Announce] [Pinnacle 4885ess]


[Rush]


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Radio Talk Show Host Rush Limbaugh told listeners today he's suffering from severe hearing loss and expects to go totally deaf.
Limbaugh's conservate commentary reaches 20 million listeners a day.
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((THERE HAS BEEN SEXISM.. BUT IT'S COMING FROM THE LIBERALS. NOT THE USUAL SUSPECTS.))
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Limbaugh says he's totally deaf in one ear and can recognize sound with the other ear, but can not identify it.


The conservative commentator says the problems started at the end of May and he expects he'll be totally deaf within a couple of months- No word on how that will affect his talk show- Limbaugh reportedly earns the highest price ever in radio syndication.
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[Slave-Museum]


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Fredericksburg won the battle among Virginia cities to host a National Slavery Museum.
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A site along Interstate 95 and the Rappahannock River was announced today.
The site beat out proposals from Richmond, Hampton, and Petersburg.
Former governor Doug Wilder says he'd never considered Fredericksburg before seeing everything the city had to offer.
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((DOUG WILDER/FORMER GOVERNOR: THE ACTUAL SITE ITSELF SHOULD LEND ITSELF TO DIGNITY AND DISPLAY THE ACTUAL DEGREE OF PROMINENCE THAT THE MUSEUM ITSELF SHOULD HAVE. SO PROMINENCE... ACCESSIBILITY... WERE KEY ISSUES AS IT RELATED TO OUR DECISIONS.))
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[OUT Q=as it related to our decisions.]
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The Slavery Museum will cost in excess of 100 million dollars, and is envisioned as a world class museum, and the only one of its kind in America.
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[S-Extra]


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Northside and Salem battle in the Blue Ridge hoops. We'll have some football news from Tech and Uva, plus Brett Bodine gives the New River Valley Speedway a workout today. But first in tonight's Extra Point - the major league baseball divisional series open tomorrow. The best team in the baseball, the Mariners take on the Indians in game one of their best of 5 series. The Mariners come in with 116 wins. The Indians open the postseason with their ailing skipper back on the bench - Buena Vista native Charlie Manuel.
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[S-Girls]


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The girls basketball is usually reserved for Tuesday and Thursday night, but even roundball was affected by the terrorists attacks. As a result of September 11th, a couple of good old Blue Ridge rivals got together last night in a rescheduled district game.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Salem vs. Northside; :00]

Jim Robinson's Vikings have had an eventful couple of weeks taking Fleming to overtime and also losing to Botetourt. Salem would strike early is Chassity Martin knocks in the jump shot from about 12 feet as the Spartans take a 2 point advantage. Northside would make a move on the offensive end as Nancy Furhman dishes to Jessica Wilkerson. She drives hard to the basket for the deuce and we're all tied up in the first half. Back come the Spartans. Salem's Fallon Fant lines up from beyond the arc and drains the three pointer. The Spartans go back on top.
[super=33-Salem/37/Northside/58;]

The Vikings' Brittany Hughes runs the floor in transition and hooks one in from the baseline. Northside BEATS Salem tonight 58-to-37.
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[S-BCS]


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The first Bowl Championship Series rankings for this season were originally scheduled to come out next Monday, October 15th. However, the chairman of the BCS, John Swofford says the first poll will not come out until a week later, on Monday October 22nd. The reasoning is based the terrorist attacks that forced the postponement of all of the division one game that week.

[S-Big]


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Virginia Tech continues to reel in the Big East football conference's weekly honors.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Morgantown, WV/Saturday; :00]

Yesterday afternoon the conference named linebacker Ben Taylor its co-defensive player of the week. Taylor had 11 tackles and a sack against the Mountaineers last Saturday. He has 43 tackles in 5 games. Andre Davis also got his props as he was named the conference's special teams player of the week. Andre had 206 yard of all-purpose yard- with 148 of those coming on returns.
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[S-UVa]


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UVa couldn't hang with the Maryland Terrapins this past Saturday and now the Cavaliers must tangle with the resurgent North Carolina Tarheels. Steve Mason updates us on the 3-and-2 Cavs.
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The ACC announced this afternoon that the UVa-Florida State game on October 20th will kick off at 7:45 on ESPN.

[S-River]


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10 Winston Cup teams tested at Martinsville last week, but the man who will likely out qualify most of those guys decided
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to do his testing at the New River Valley Speedway today.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Radford; :00]

Brett Bodine, dropped by the track this morning for a private test session. Bodine got his first look at this track back in May at the race of champions, and he says the place is a perfect tune-up for Martinsville.
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[VO NAT CON'T] Bodine says the configuration of the four tenths of a mile long New River Valley track makes it just right for making those and other improvements for both Martinsville and Richmond.
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