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Coming up-
A Microsoft deal.. revealed just moments ago.
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Spy planes head in to try and find Osama bin Laden.
While a spray is being developed to protect against Anthrax.
And we'll check out a new trend this Halloween.
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[Talent=Jean]


Plus will the warm days continue through the weekend?
News 7 is next.

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The Pentagon sends in two new types of spy planes to seek out Taliban targets... and Osama bin Laden.
With a 7 million dollar reward on his had.. plenty of people claim to know where he is.
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((I'VE SEEN MANY REPORTS OVER THE LAST NUMBER OF DAYS AS PEOPLE OF OSAMA BIN LADEN WAS OR MAY HAVE BEEN.))
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[OUT Q=may have been.]
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The Pentagon says B-52 bombers have been pressed into service in attacks on Taliban front-line positions.
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[Anthrax]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Meanwhile on the homefront.. the battle against Anthrax goes on. Preliminary tests show the anthrax problem is spreading to the heartland where postal facilities in Indiana and Missouri are showing traces of the germ.
And today a New York City woman dies from inhalation anthrax.... authorities don't know where she got it.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Teri /Newspath;]


Teri Okita is following the story and joins us live from New York with the latest.
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((The war on terrorism widens by the day. On the battlefield. And here at home. FRIEND OF VICTIM "We don't know how this happened to Kathy." Neighbors are still shocked over the anthrax death of 61 year old Kathy Nguyen And so are investigators - who can't figure out 'how' the worker at Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital contracted the deadly disease. The woman had 'no ties' to the postal service or the media. New York City's Mayor is appealing for calm and perspective. MAYOR RUDOLPH GIULIANI/(R) NEW YORK - "It would be a mistake for people to be jittery, overconcerned, distraught. Across the river, in New Jersey, another postal worker has a suspected case of skin anthrax. Investigators now fear, tainted letters may be contaminating other mail, by somehow 'leaking' anthrax spores. Dr. Anthony Fauci/National Institutes of Health "certainly this is a moving target and an evolving situation." As is the war, in Afghanistan. US forces have turned up the heat on Taliban troops. For the first time since air raids began, the Taliban gave the media a guided tour of what they claim is the damage in Kandahar caused by American bombing. They say US attacks are hitting civilian areas, 'not' frontline positions. But the Pentagon says attacks have been right on target. On the homefront, the Attack on America has triggered an uncertain financial future. And President Bush is urging lawmakers to act fast. The congress needs to pass a stimulus package and get it to my desk before the end of November. It could take billions of dollars to fight this war on terrorism. Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle wants the postal service to start using new equipment, that sanitizes every piece of mail. An expensive proposition, that just yesterday, the Postmaster General said, was not needed.))
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[Antidote-spray]


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A new spray is under testing that scientists claim kills anthrax spores on contact and could prevent human infection.
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Scientists from Vienna's general hospital tested the spray on envelopes contaminated with anthrax powder and found it destroyed the spores within seconds- and remained effective for at least a half an hour.
The spray could be used as a means of disinfecting suspicious packages or buildings which have been subject to germ attack.
Researchers say the spray is non- toxic and has no side effects.
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[GOP-Terrorism]


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One candidate for Lieutenant governor wants to beef up laws against terrorism.
It's already federal law... but Jay Katzen wants to expand Virginia's death penalty to include acts of terrorism that result in death.
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((DEL. JAY KATZEN/(R) CANDIDATE FOR LT. GOVERNOR: I THINK THERE ARE FEDERAL LAWS ON A LOT OF MATTERS THAT AFFECT OUR DAILY LIFE AND OUR CRIMINAL CODE. I THINK IT'S VERY IMPORTANT THAT VIRGINIA HAS THIS ON OUR BOOKS SO THAT WE HAVE THE DEATH PENALTY IN PLACE.))
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Republican General Assembly leaders support Katzen's proposal, saying they don't trust the federal court system to punish terrorists in Virginia.
Democrat Tim Kaine is morally opposed to the death penalty -- so the Republicans conclude he would NOT consider expanding the law for terrorists in Virginia.
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((SPEAKER VANCE WILKINS/R-AMHERST: I THINK IF IT BECAME A TIE VOTE IN THE SENATE THAT JAY WOULD VOTE FOR THIS PACKAGE AND KAINE WOULD VOTE AGAINST IT. BASED ON HIS PAST RECORD. UNLESS HE'S WILLING TO THROW EVERYTHING HE'S BELIEVED IN IN THE PAST AWAY JUST TO GET ELECTED.))10
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((ERIC LODAL/KAINE SPOKESMAN: TIM HAS SAID REPEATEDLY THAT FOUR TIMES AS MAYOR OF RICHMOND AND A CITY COUNCILMAN HE HAS TAKEN AN OATH TO UPHOLD THE LAW. AND AS LT. GOVERNOR HE WILL DO THE SAME THING. HE WILL UPHOLD THE LAW OF VIRGINIA.
But we can't assume that he would expand the death penalty law? AT THIS POINT THIS PROPOSAL NEEDS TO BE LOOKED AT IN GREAT DETAIL BEFORE WE DRAW ANY CONCLUSIONS.))
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Virginia's death penalty statute already includes multiple murders in one interchange.
Katzen's terrorism proposal would expand it to include "one murder in an act" that seeks to intimidate or coerce citizens and governments.

[Microsoft]


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Microsoft and the Justice Department have reached a tentative agreement settling the historic antitrust case against the software giant.
Sources say state attorneys general are reviewing the terms.
Terms are closely guarded, and people close to the negotiations say the language is still being worked on.

[Roanoke-Fatal]


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A Florida man died after an accident on Orange Avenue this evening.
Roanoke Police say 74-year old Charles Bryant McCoy Junior pulled into the path of another car around 6:30 tonight.
He died at Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
Two other passengers in his vehicle suffered minor injuries.

[Halloween]


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There's a new trend this Halloween. But it has nothing to do with costumes or candy. Teresa Hamilton explains.
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It didn't take long to fill the exhibition hall here at the Roanoke Civic Center. In less than 30- minutes more than 600 kids and parents were making the most of the FREE event.
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(( I THOUGHT.....HE COULD HAVE A GOOD TIME.))
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Which is why the event was organized-- The goal was to give parents and their children a place to trick or treat and feel secure.
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((BUT SAFETY WASN'T JUST A CONCERN IN BIGGER AREAS... IT WAS ALSO A CONCERN AMONG RURAL COMMUNITIES AS WELL.)) [RUNS08] [NAT SOUND ] [RUNS05] Here at the Back Creek Fire and Rescue station in Roanoke County-- organizers invited the community to celebrate "trunk or treat" the station's driveway...
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((THERE WAS A BIG MUMMY IN IT AND WE PUT DRY ICE IN . WAS IT SPOOKY? YESSSSSSS.)) [RUNS11]
More than a dozen other families also decorated the trunks of their vehicles--- giving the kids a chance to scout for

even more candy.
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((WE GOT TO GO TRICK OR TREATING AND IT WAS REALLY SAFE AND WE GOT LOTS OF CANDY.)) ((I'M REALLY PLEASED WITH IT. I THINK THE KIDS ARE REALLY HAVING A GOOD TIME. THEY'RE PLAYING, IT'S NOT JUST ABOUT CANDY BUT GETTING TOGETHER AS NEIGHBORS.)) [RUNS15]
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This is the first year for the event--- and organizers say things went so well they plan to make it a yearly tradition

. Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7, Roanoke County.))

[Mason-Dixon]


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Our final News 7-Mason Dixon poll on the race for governor is in -- and it's the best news Virginia Democrats have had since 1989.
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Just two weeks ago, our poll showed Mark Warner with 45 percent support among likely voters, to Mark Earley's 42 percent.
Yesterday, Warner's lead grew to six points, 48 to 42 percent.
That's largely due to a 19 point lead in northern Virginia, an eight point lead in Roanoke and Southwest, and a lead that has grown to ten points in Hampton Roads.
But Mark Warner's also winning the personality contest, according to our pollsters.
His favorable name recoginition has leapt five points in two weeks, to 49 percent.
Mark Earley's has stayed the same at 39 percent.
But while Warner's UNfavorable name recognition grew just one point in the last two weeks -- Earley's jumped SIX points.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
[SS=HOLD]


Tomorrow night, we'll have our final numbers on the two other state-wide races.

[L'burg-Airport]


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Since September 11th, ridership at the Lynchburg airport has been reduced nearly 50 percent.
Now the facility may be on the verge of gaining some of those seats back.
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Airport manager Mark Courtney says USAir plans to add another daily commuter flight to Charlotte in November, and one to Pittsburgh in December.
And Atlantic Southeast officials visited yesterday talking about the potential for expansion.
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((MARK COURTNEY/LYNCHBURG AIRPORT MANAGER: THEIR VISIT YESTERDAY WAS PART OF A WHIRLWIND TOUR THAT THEY'RE MAKING THROUGHOUT ALL OF THEIR SYSTEM, VISITING ALL OF THE STATIONS, AND PART OF THE MESSAGE THEY WERE SENDING US YESTERDAY THAT THEY HAVE NO INTENTION OF CUTTING ANY SERVICE HERE.))
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United Express is still planning to discontinue service in Lynchburg by January.
Starting tomorrow, it will only operate two daily flights to and from Washington Dulles airport.
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Delta airlines threatened to lay off 13-thousand workers, but the final number may not be that large.
Find out why when News 7 returns.
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And she was a member of the notorious S-L-A that kidnapped Patty Hearst in the 70's.
Today a suprise guilty plea from Sara Jane Olson.
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((THEY CAME ALMOST AS MUCH AS SHOCK TO JME AS THEY DID TO EVERYONE ELSE.))
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What kind of sentence that guilty plea could mean.. next on News 7.
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[Sports-Preview]


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((Hey sports fans here's what's happening on the big 7 Virginia Tech opens its basketball season tomorrow night we'll hear from head coach Ricky Stokes the Virginia Cavaliers prepare for a home game with Wake Forest and North Carolina is pushing defensive end Julius Peppers as a Heisman Trophy candidate.
All that and more coming up in sports.))
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[SLA-Fugitive]


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A 54 year old wife and mother surprises the court today.. pleading guilty to plotting to blow up a police station in the 1970's.
Sara Jane Olson was a member of the radial SLA... the group that kidnapped Patty Hearst.
Chris Lawrence reports on why Olson made the plea.
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((She lived on the run for 23 years. And even when captured in 1999, fought the charges against her. But Sara Jane Olson shocked everyone Wednesday when she cut a deal. SARA JANE OLSON/PLEADED GUILTY: The atmosphere has become inhospitable to someone who has a case such as mine. Olson admitted that she possessed bombs and tried to explode them at a Los Angeles police station and Hollywood restaurant in 1975. She says police officers have gained even more esteem since the terrorist attacks on September 11th ELEANOR HUNTER/DISTRICT ATTORNEY: Our evidence was overwhelming. If we had gone to trial, I'm sure she would have been convicted on all counts. The case involves a revolutionary group behind the kidnapping of Patty Hearst. Olson was affiliated with the group, and prosecutors charged her with targeting police officers. But the bombs did not explode and Olson disappeared in 1976. S
he eventually married, had three children, and volunteered in her upscale Minnesota neighborhood.

HADASSA GILBERT/SUPPORTER: I'm feeling outraged that the American justice, or injustice, system is such that Sara had no choice. Olson says she's not guilty, but worried about going to prison for life. SARA: There was a massive amount of evidence. And the evidence could lead to a conviction, especially in an atmosphere of complete support, understandably, for law enforcement. And my case was against law enforcement. Prosecutors dismissed some charges, but did not guarantee Olson a specific sentence. She could get life in prison, but more likely will serve five years. Chris Lawrence CBS News.))

[Delta-Layoffs]


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11-thousand Delta airline employees have decided to grab the company's early retirement offer rather than face a lay off.
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Delta Airlines announced today that it will lay off 2-thousand employees - instead of the whopping 13-thousand it announced earlier. The nation's third largest airline is now among others in America cutting back because of low air traffic.
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((LEO MULLINS/DELTA AIRLINES CEO; WE'VE JUST GOT OUR FINGERS CROSSED THAT THE TRAFFIC WILL CONTINUE ON A PATTERN OF COMING BACK AND IF IT DOES, I THINK WE CAN HOLD IT TO THIRTEEN THOUSAND.))
[SUPER=01-Leo Mullins/Delta Airlines CEO]
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Delta blames the September terrorist attacks for the loss.
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One Million dollars-- that's the gap the local United Way says it needs to fill.
Find out why next on News 7.
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[VO-NAT]


And we'll check out the proposed expansion at the Roanoke Civic Center and who will pay for it.
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[WEB-ADDRESS]
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[Web Address Announce] [Pinnacle 4885ess]

[Civic-Center]


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Officials with the Roanoke Civic Center hope a new proposal will keep them on a level playing field with other venues in the region.
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The Roanoke Civic Center Commission approved preliminary plans for a 14-point-nine million dollar exhibition center today. The center would feature 32-thousand square feet of space, and would house sports and management offices.
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]

Officials say the money for the plans would come mostly from increased service and admission fees, and surplus revenue at the civic center. If the proposal is approved by Roanoke City Council and the General Assembly, the project could be completed by early 2004.
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[United-Way]


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The events of September 11th and a tight economy are putting the squeeze on United Way fundraising here in the Roanoke Valley.
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[VO-NAT]
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This afternoon, United Way volunteers filled the Hotel Roanoke for a campaign update. To date, 2-point 2 million has been pledged toward this year's lofty goal of nearly $7 million dollars. Several major companies like Advance Auto began their campaigns this week, and the United Way will need their support.
Fundraising efforts are about one million dollars behind last year's pace.
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[SUPER=01-Richard White/Trigon Vice-President; :19]
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Members of the William Fleming Junior ROTC presented the colors at today's luncheon. The United Way's campaign poster boy - four year old Hayden Hovis was given a "Rising Star" award for his help with the fundraising.
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[S-Extra]


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The Virginia Tech Hokies open their basketball season tomorrow night at the Cassell we'll hear from head coach Ricky Stokes and North Carolina defensive end Julius Peppers is being pushed for the Heisman.
But first our Extra Point.
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Fred McGriff will be back with Chicago next season. The 38 year old first baseman has exercised his 7 and a quarter million dollar option for the 2002 season.
McGriff was acquired from Tampa Bay back in July. He hit 282 with 12 home runs and 41 R-B-I's in 49 games with the Cubs.
And here are tonight's numbers.
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[S-Series]


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The Yankees and Diamondbacks hooked up in game four of the World Series tonight in the "Big Apple."
Shane Spence and Mark Grace homered it was tied at 1 after 7 and Arizona was leading 3 to 1 in the Bottom of the 9-th.



[S-Tech]


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The Virginia Tech men's basketball team is full of optimism this preseason. After two less than stellar campaigns in which the Hokies lost 34 games and won just 24, Tech is ready to rejuvenate Cassell Coliseum.
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Head coach Ricky Stokes met with the media to talk about how finally having some stability in his program will hopefully lead to more wins for his players.
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You can get an early look at the Hokies tonight at the Cassell Coliseum when they play an exhibition game against a NIKE all-star squad coached by former Michigan and Arizona State head coach Bill Frieder.
The game tips off at 7. Tickets are five dollars a piece.
North Carolina Quarterback Ronald Curry won't play tonight. More later on Mornin.

[S-Hoops]


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This week in Hometown Hoops Weekly Steve Mason has the story of the Glenvar girls basketball team.
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((STEVE MASON:GLENVAR IS 17 AND 2 AND 9 AND OH IN THE THREE RIVERS DISTRICT. AND AS THE REGULAR SEASON WINDS DOWN, THE HIGHLANDERS CAN'T HELP BUT WONDER WHAT'S INSTORE FOR THEM IN THE POST SEASON, AFTER ALL, SINCE 1997, THEY'VE MADE THE PLAYOFFS 4 OF 5 YEARS.))
((In his fifth year as head coach, Brian Harvey has had serious success and when asked about this year's team, he makes some pretty bold statements in comparing it to the 1997 state championship squad led by Katrina Williams. ((:)) So how do the Highlanders explain the fact that they have won 12 in a row and are holding teams to just 36 points a game and 28 percent shooting? One has to go back to this past June when the team got together and had a serious talk. The Result, a mission statement explaining the team's goals. Every player signed it. Undefeated in district play, undefeated at home and finally a state title are among the many goals. ((:)) ((:)) The Highlanders also played 46 games of AAU ball together and lifted weights every week together. A summer filled with sacrifice is paying dividends now. ((:)) What is even scarier for Glenvar opponents. There is only one senior on the team. Five sophomores and four juniors make up the rest of the roster. Steve Mason Hometown Hoops Weekly.))

[S-Cavs]


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The Virginia Football team will try and snap out of a four game losing streak Saturday at home against ACC rival Wake Forest. In the last two games, the wahoos have been outscored 67 to 7.
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[OUT Q=....so many things that we know we can do better"]
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You can catch the game right here on your Hometown Station at high noon, then at three , LSU and Alabama kick it off. Both games are right here on WDBJ-7.
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[S-UNC]


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If North Carolina is to stay on top of the ACC race and beat Georgia Tech tonight the Heels will have to do so without the services of Ronald Curry.
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Curry has been rotating at quarterback with freshman Darian Durant, but a bad hamstring will keep Curry out of tonight's game. Meanwhile, the Heels are turning up the heat in their push to get defensive end Julius Pepper some votes for the Heisman Trophy. Peppers has proved he has a knack for making the big plays.
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[OUT Q=...see that in them."]
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[ANCHOR=Roy]

That's it for sports, have a great day everybody.