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Up next on News-7... Roanoke County supervisors elect a new chairman ... but not without some disagreement. We'l
l tell you what happened.
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And residents of two remote islands in the South Pacific are rebuilding after a powerful cyclone.
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A chance for some patchy drizzle today a better chance for a few rain showers tonight. I'll have your forecast.
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News 7 at Noon starts right now...
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[County-Supervisors]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
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The Roanoke County Supervisors have chosen a new chairman, but not without disagreement among board members.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.]


The supervisors have a tradition of rotating the chairmanship, and normally the vote in early January is just a formality.
Joe McNamara was ultimately elected this morning, but not before outgoing Chairman Butch Church suggested the post should go to other board members who haven't served as chairman in the past.
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[IN Q=]

((BUTCH CHURCH: HOW CAN WE LET VINTON AND HOLLINS BE PASSED OVER. IF YOU'RE GOING TO DO TRUE ROTATION, IT'S THE PRINCIPLE OF THE THING, YOU CAN'T PICK A SPOT TO START.)) ((JOE MCNAMARA: I THINK HOLLINS WILL BE REPRESENTED NEXT YEAR AS CHAIRMAN IF WE CONTINUE FORWARD WITH THE ROTATION AND I THINK VINTON UPON MR. ALTIZER, IF HE HAPPENS TO BE THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE THIS FALL, I THINK WOULD BE VICE CHAIRMAN IN 2005. I THINK WE'LL WORK OUT JUST FINE AND I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO THE RESPONSIBILITY AND THE OPPORTUNITY.))
[SUPER=01-Joe "Butch" Church/Catawba Supervisor; :00]
[SUPER=01-Joe McNamara/Supervisors Chairman; :14]
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[OUT Q=and the opportunity.]
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[VO-NAT]


Richard Flora was elected vice-chairman. He said he was disappointed that the five Republicans on the board couldn't agree... but members say they do not expect any lingering problems because of today's differences.
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[Edwards]


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Add one more name to the list of Democrats who want to be president.
North Carolina Senator John Edwards says he'll champion the needs of "regular people" and work on safety and the economy.
He may have some stiff competition from within his own party.
Teri Okita has more.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Sen. John Edwards/Presidential Candidate;]
[SUPER=01-Craig Crawford/Political Analyst;]
[SUPER=01-Teri Okita/CBS News;]
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[OUT Q=CBS News, Washington.]

((
SOT: Sen.John Edwards (D-N.C.)

"Today, I filed papers to set up an exploratory committee to run for president."
TRACK: SENATOR JOHN EDWARDS PROMISES TO SPEND HIS PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN AS A CHAMPION FOR THE REGULAR PEOPLE A FRESH FACE WHO, FRIENDS SAY, WONT PANDER TO THE WEALTHY.

(Super: Sen. John Edwards/Democratic Presidential Candidate)
SOT: They deserve someone ... alternative to this president who largely

... by insiders, run by insiders.
TRACK: THE 49-YEAR-OLD MADE MILLIONS AS A TRIAL LAWYER IN NORTH CAROLINA, AND ALTHOUGH THIS IS JUST HIS FIRST TERM AS SENATOR, SOME PUNDITS DONT NECESSARILY SEE HIS INEXPERIENCE AS A DRAWBACK.

(Super: Craig Crawford/"The Hotline" Editor)
SOT: If John Edwards were elected and took office, he would take the

White House with the same amount of experience in elected office as our current president, George Bush, had.
TRACK: DEMOCRATS HAVE BEEN FALLING IN LINE EVER SINCE AL GORE ANNOUNCED HE WASNT GOING TO MAKE ANOTHER RUN FOR PRESIDENT. (graphic) MASSACHUSETTS SENATOR, JOHN KERRY, AND VERMONT GOVERNOR, HOWARD DEAN, HAVE ALREADY SAID THEYRE GOING TO RUN. ANNOUNCEMENTS ARE EXPECTED SOON FROM OUTGOING HOUSE LEADER DICK GEPHARDT AND CONNECTICUT SENATOR JOE LIEBERMAN AND SENATE MINORITY LEADER, TOM DASCHLE AND FLORIDA SENATOR BOB GRAHAM COULD DECIDE IN THE NEXT FEW WEEKS. TO BREAK OUT FROM THE PACK, EDWARDS SAYS HE'LL JUST BE HIMSELF.

SOT: Edwards: If they want someone ... longtime Washington ... that's

not me. If they want someone.........

(Super: Teri Okita/Reporting)

STANDUP: Edwards says hell spend the next few months continuing to develop a plan for fighting terrorism and improving the economy. And, in a possible response to the Trent Lott debacle, civil rights will also be a top priority. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.))

[Iraq]


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More soldiers are being called to duty in preparation for war with Iraq.
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Today, demonstrators from Spain, Austria and Italy gathered outside the United Nations' headquarters in Iraq.
They marched against war and international embargoes.
The U-S military says 17-thousand soldiers will be sent to the region in the coming weeks.
Meanwhile, U-N inspectors began the New Year with visits to a truck repair shop, a missile facility, a brewery and a 7-Up bottling plant.
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[Cyclone]


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Residents of two islands in the South Pacific are rebuilding after a powerful cyclone.
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Cyclone Zoe struck the Solomon Islands Sunday with 225-mile-an-hour winds.
About 37-hundred people live on the islands.
There has been NO report of any deaths or injuries...
But the storm wiped out communication with the islands, which are among the most isolated in the world.
They have no airstrips to land relief supplies, so aid is being brought in by boat today.
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[Doctor-Walkout]


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If you need surgery, West Virginia isn't the place to be.
That's because more than two-dozen surgeons at four hospitals are on their second day of a walk out.
They're protesting the high cost of malpractice insurance... which has jumped by about 40 percent in the past year.
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[IN Q=Well, it's definitely]

((Well, it's definitely a hostile work environment. It's a problem just grows every day. Physicians no longer want to come to work. Physicians are afraid to accept liability. ))
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[OUT Q=to accept liability.]
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Doctors in Pennsylvania say the same thing.
The governor's office THERE made a proposal to help alleviate the expense.
Doctors say their pleas for help from West Virginia legislators have fallen on deaf ears.
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[Frist]


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New Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist put his skills as a doctor to good use on a Florida interstate yesterday.
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Frist was outside Miami and heading to a family vacation home when a sport utility vehicle going the other way rolled, ejecting several people.
Frist helped stabilize the six victims until paramedics arrived.
An 11-year-old girl died at the scene and a second passenger died at the hospital.
Frist was a practicing surgeon before joining the Senate eight years ago.
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[ANCHOR=Marya]


Coming up next, an accomplished bluegrass musician has passed away.
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[VO-NAT ]

Also, we'll see how a man is exposing a security problem at the nation's airports using a homemade device.
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[Jim-McReynolds]


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One half of a popular bluegrass duo has passed away.
Jim McReynolds of Jim and Jesse died Tuesday night in a Tennessee hospital.
McReynolds, who lived in Coeburn, was diagnosed with thyroid cancer in 2001.
Jim and Jesse made their first musical appearance at a local talent show in southwestern virginia, winning first place and a bag of flour for their efforts.
They made their debut on Capitol Records in 1952.
They joined the Grand Ole Opry 38 years ago and were inducted into the International Bluegrass Music Association's Hall of Fame.
Jim McReynolds was 75. His wife died of a heart attack on December 19th.

[11Health-Review]


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2002 was a busy year on the local medical front.
It saw several new medical advancements.
Joy Sutton takes a look back at some of the health stories from 2002.
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[IN Q=The worlds' first digital]
[SUPER=01-Jodi Cook/Songbird Hearing;15]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Tu Tran/Lewis-Gale Clinic;43]
[SUPER=07-CindiLou MacMackin;1:42]
[SUPER=01-Karen English/Registered Nurse;1:59]
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(([tape 502-02, 1:01:36]
The world's first digital disposable hearing aid made its debut at the Walmart Vision and Hearing Center in Roanoke in the year 2002.
Making shopping for a hearing aid part of the retail experience.
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[IN Q=It helps for the mild to moderate]

((IT HELPS FOR THE MILD TO MODERATE IMPAIRED. IT HELPS IN MANY DIFFERENT BACKGROUND SITUATIONS, MANY LISTENING ENVIRONMENTS...SO THINGS IT WILL HELP WITH MORE THAN OTHER)) [RUNS11]
[OUT Q=with more than other]


The Songbird hearing aid lasts for 70 days or the life of the battery and costs 79 dollars per ear. [tape 502-02, 42:00]
It was the sound of snoring that had some people last year trying a procedure known as snoreplasty.
A treatment that requires injecting medicine into the roof of the mouth, thereby causing the palate to become inflamed and develop scar tissue, so it's less likely to vibrate.
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[IN Q=Everyone will have an improvement]

((EVERYONE WILL HAVE AN IMPROVEMENT IN SNORING SOME MORE SOME LESS. THOSE WHO TOTALLY IMPROVE THOSE ARE THE IDEAL CASES AND THOSE WHO DO NOT THEN WE REINJECT TO INDUCE MORE SCARRING)) [RUNS15]
[OUT Q=induce more scarring]


This is not a cure. There is no way to totally eliminate snoring. [502-10, 1:14:22]
But as we found out in 2002 there is way to get rid of yellow teeth that only takes an hours in the dentist's chair.


It's called zoom bleaching. The technique uses a light activated gel containing peroxide to get the teeth six to twelve shades lighter.
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[IN Q=No damage to the teeth only]

((NO DAMAGE TO THE TEETH THE ONLY THING IS THERE WOULD BE TEMPORARY SENSITIVITY AND THAT JUST KIND OF VARIES FROM INDIVIDUAL TO INDIVIDUAL)) [RUNS06]
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The procedure costs about 5-hundred dollars. [tape 502-11, 37:04]
And many found out this year that they don't have to put their health at risk to get a tan. Airbrush tanning offers the same look but without exposure to sun's harmful rays. This fake bake tan is the latest craze to hit the market.
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[IN Q=I have allergies it doesn't affect me]

((I HAVE ALLERGIES IT DOESN'T AFFECT ME. I HAVE SKIN SENSITIVITY IT DOESN'T AFFECT ME. I CAN'T GET OUT IN THE SUN BECAUSE MY FAMILY HAS MELANOMA. SO WITH THIS I GET A LITTLE BIT OR COLOR AND IT JUST MAKES ME A FEEL BETTER)) [RUNS13]
[OUT Q=makes me feel better]

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And finally this year, Lewis Gale Medical Center unveils a system to prevent medication errors by using a bar code system.
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[IN Q=It makes sure we get the right]

((IT MAKES SURE WE GET THE RIGHT PATIENT, THE RIGHT MEDICATION, THE RIGHT ROUTE, THE RIGHT DOSE...AND IT'S REALLY JUST A TOOL FOR PATIENT SAFETY)) [RUNS10]
[OUT Q=tool for patient safety]


The Medical Center says giving someone the wrong medication can be life threatening.))
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[Wireless]


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It recent weeks and months we have heard that security was getting tighter at the nation's airports.
While passengers have certainly seen their baggage checked closer, at least one expert says their secure feeling should disappear into thin air.
Mark Strasmann explains.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA; :00]
[SUPER=01-Jalal Haidar/Aviation Security Expert; 1:24]
[SUPER=01-Bill Corbitt/Computer Security Expert; 1:48]
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[OUT Q=much trouble.]

(( At this check-in counter -- in so much of America -- private information just floats through THIN AIR ... from COMPUTER

(show main ticket counter)



to COMPUTER ... in the world of wireless technology.

But as a target for terrorists -- its potential is also unlimited.

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"TERRORISM IS INFORMATION.""

Right outside Atlanta's airport, Bill Corbitt is POACHING information.

SENSITIVE information.

(NAT SOT)


"YOU COULD CAUSE SOME SERIOUS IRREPARABLE HARM TO PEOPLE."

Corbitt is a computer security specialist, hacking into WIRELESS information systems at Atlanta's airport.

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"ANYTHING THAT AN AIRLINE COULD BE DOING COULD BE FLOATING OVER THAT WIRE."

(SOT) (Bill Corbitt/Computer Security Expert)


"THEY ARE ALLOWING SOMEONE TO HAVE DIRECT ACCESS TO EVERYTHING THEY ARE TRYING TO PROTECT."

Everything AMERICA has tried to protect since nine-eleven.

PHYSICAL security is up -- but not TECHNICAL security. WIRELESS security.

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Corbitt picks up FOUR wireless networks that belong to FedEx -- networks Corbitt says are "reasonably"secure.

Still

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"Crackable?" "POSSIBLY, YES."

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"(M.S.) You can fool the system into believing what?" "BELIEVING THE BAG IS SAFE TO TRAVEL. BELIEVING THE BAG HAS AN AUTHORIZED PERSON DROPPING IT OFF.

A spokeswoman says FedEx is "comfortable" with its level of wireless security.

Jalad Haidar is not.

(SOT) (Jalal Haidar - Aviation Security Expert)


"(M.S.) So how much of a concern is all this?" "THERE IS DEFINITELY A CONSIDERABLE CONCERN."

Haidar has directed security for airports from Beirut to Chicago.

(SOT) (Jalal)



"THIS IS A NEW CATEGORY THAT EXISTS, AND IS A NEW EMERGING FORM OF THREAT AGAINST CIVIL AVIATION."

And consider Corbitt's equipment.

(SOT) (Corbitt)


"A TWELVE YEAR-OLD KID AS A HOBBY COULD PUT IT TOGETHER."

A "Pringles" can for an antenna hardware from Home Depot and FREE software downloaded from the internet.

And the world of wireless can open wide to ANYONE.

(NAT SOT) (Bill Corbitt/Computer Security Expert)


"I AM JUST AMAZED AT LARGE CORPORATIONS. FORTUNE 100 COMPANIES. GOVERNMENT INDUSTRY. JUST - IT'S OUT THERE. THEY ARE USING IT AND THE WAY THEY DEPLOY IT AT TIMES IS QUESTIONABLE."))
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[ANCHOR=Marya]


Coming up next, we'll see why some students are actually exicted about returning to school.
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Also, some big donors are cooking up excitment in some Salvation Army Kettles.
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[New-Covenant]


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One of Lynchburg's fastest-growing private schools is ringing in the New Year with a new school bell.
Students and faculty at the New Covenant School's 50-acre campus are ready to move in by next week.
Steve Smallshaw has more.
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(( In a few days, this probably won't be headmaster John Heaton's preferred mode of transportation.
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Starting next Wednesday, these halls will be filled with hundreds of students as New Covenant Schools welcomes its flock to a new 30-thousand square foot facility on the outskirts of Lynchburg.
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((JOHN HEATON/NEW COVENANT HEADMASTER: THIS IS A BLESSING FROM GOD AND WE FEEL LIKE WE JUST DON'T HAVE A BIG ENOUGH HEART TO RECEIVE IT SO IT'S SORT OF SINKING IN AND OUR CUP IS RUNNING OVER SO TO SPEAK AT THIS POINT, WE'RE VERY EXCITED.))
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[OUT Q=very excited.]


The expansion was necessary because more parents are apparently discovering New Covenant.
The school's enrollment has swelled 75 percent in the last four years to 240 students.. the new school can handle up to 350, a figure officials expect to reach within a few years.
Heaton says they're attracted by a school where character and morals are highly valued and where Latin is part of a first grader's curriculum.
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((HEATON: THERE ARE CERTAIN THINGS THAT OUR PUBLIC EDUCATION DELIVERS VERY WELL AND CERTAIN THINGS THAT THEY DON'T DO AND WE TRY TO OFFER THOSE CHOICES AND THOSE ALTERNATIVES. CLASSICAL EDUCATION HAS LARGELY BEEN ABANDONED IN THIS COUNTRY SINCE THE 19TH CENTURY, AND WE FEEL LIKE IT OFFERS ONE OF THE MOST PROMISING EDUCATION SOLUTIONS, GOING BACK TO THE OLD AND REBUILDING IT AND MOVING IT INTO THE FUTURE. AND OUR EXPERIENCE HAS BEEN THAT PARENTS RESPOND TO THAT.))
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[OUT Q=respond to that.]
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((READ YOUR BOOK HONEY, READ OUT LOUD...))
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Teachers have spent the week excitedly preparing their new classrooms.. which include art space, computer labs and a large chapel.
New Covenant has raised 90 percent of the three and a half million dollar price tag.. all of it through private donations.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg. ))

[Salvation-Army]


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Charitable giving has been as sluggish as the rest of the economy this holiday season, but one Utah charity got unexpected help from a secret Santa.
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Someone dropped a 50-thousand dollar check in a Salvation Army kettle ... enabling local officials to provide necessary services this winter.
The donor wanted to remain anonymous.
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[SOT @ :23 into pkg - first bite]
[IN Q=I got this]

(( "I GOT THIS FRANTIC PHONE CALL FROM ONE OF THE ACCOUNTING PEOPLE SAYING, 'COME DOWN HERE, COME DOWN HERE, THERE'S A 50 THOUSAND DOLLAR CHECK.' AND THEN I GOT ANOTHER PHONE CALL BEFORE I COULD EVEN GET DRESSED AND THEY HAD OPENED ANOTHER KETTLE AND THERE WAS 20 THOUSAND DOLLAR CHECK. AND THEN THERE WERE TWO MORE FIVE THOUSAND DOLLAR CHECKS."))
[SUPER=01-Kathy Scott/Salvation Army;]
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[OUT Q=5,000 dollar checks.]
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[VO-NAT]


Officials say the Salvation Army WOULD have had to make big cutbacks this year.
But now the food pantry is full and the organization can proceed with some building projects it had put on hold.
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[Stocks]


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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was UP 193 points. The NASDAQ has picked up 32.

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[ANCHOR=Marya]


Up next on the newscast, we'll have highlights from some of yesterday's bowl games.
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Also the Oakland Raiders have something other than a playoff bid to celebrate.
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[S-Gannon]


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Rich Gannon edged Green Bay quarterback Brett Favre (fahrv) and Tennessee signal caller Steve McNair for the NFL's most valuable player award after leading the Raiders to an 11-and-5 mark and the A-F-C West title.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Oakland, CA; :00]


Gannon spoke to the media at a news conference.
He led the league with nearly 47-hundred passing yards, and set N-F-L records with 418 completions and ten 300-yard games.
He completed nearly 68 percent of his passes.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Rich Gannon/NFL MVP; :00]
[RUNS=:30]
[OUT Q=......offense in football"]
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[S-Outback]


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Yesterday's Outback Bowl featured 12th-ranked Florida and 22nd-rated Michigan.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Tampa Bay, FL/ESPN;]


This game would match one of the best quarterbacks in college football in Florida's Rex Grossman against a tough Michigan defense.
[SUPER=34-Michigan/38/Florida/30;]


But the Wolverines would outscore the Gators 38-30.
Chris Perry accounted for 193 total yards and four touchdowns for Michigan.
Rex Grossman threw for 323 yards and two scores, but the Gators dropped to 8-and-5.
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[S-Cotton]


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[WIPE WIPE WIPE WIPE]

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[VO-NAT wipe to #eng!!!!!]
[SUPER=03-Dallas, TX/WFXR; :00]


In the Cotton Bowl, LSU came running out in Dallas to battle Texas, but the Longhorns handled the Tigers with an array of offensive talent.
NFL bound quarterback Chris Simms led number nine Texas to a 35-20 victory.
While Simms was tough, he got a lot of help from Roy Williams.
He scored twice during a stretch in which the Longhorns scored 28 straight points and erased a 17-7 deficit.
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