10/29/05

News 7 at 11



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GRAPHIC=News 7 at 11 Good evening, I'm Shannon Young in for


Myranda Stephens.

<< *CG standup Shannon Young
syoung@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Brent Watts
bwatts@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Grant Kittelson >>
gkittelson@wdbj7.com

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GRAPHIC=Victory Stadium The sun came out for the sixth


annual Western Virginia Education
Classic today and organizers say so did
the crowd.

Jeremy Butterfield has more on
the end result of a week of
controversy.

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*CG locator Roanoke
:05


*CG 2line Sherman Lea
Roanoke City Council
:29
*CG 2line John Waddell
St. Paul College President
:54
*CG standup Jeremy Butterfield
jbutterfield@wdbj7.com
1:25

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SHERMAN LEA:THE GAME IS BIG BUT THE
CAUSE IS EVEN BIGGER.

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OQ= And that was the message that


Sherman Lea wanted to get across about
the WVEC.

As the St. Paul Tigers and the
Shaw University Bears took to the
field, the fans slowly began to trickle
in.

In the last week, there's been
question as to whether reports by News
7 that team representatives were not
made aware of the condition of Victory
Stadium would affect the turnout at the
game.

Lea says that has since been
resolved.

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SHERMAN LEA:I THINK MOST OF THE
CITIZENS REALIZED THAT WE'RE GOING TO
PLAY THE FOOTBALL GAME. THAT WAS THE
IMPORTANT THING THAT WE DON'T FOCUS ON
WHERE WE ARE PLAYING BUT WHAT WERE
DOING AND THE CAUSE OF WHICH WE PLAY.


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OQ= That cause is to show the kids of


the Roanoke Valley what they can
accomplish if they don't drop out.

A portion of ticket sales is
donated into the Drop Out Retrieval
Program.

The schools competing today use
the game as a recruitment tool.

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INQ= @12:29:08



JOHN WADDELL:THIS IS AN EXCELLENT
OPPORTUNITY TO RECRUIT YOUNG STUDENTS
FROM LOCAL HIGH SCHOOLS WHO CAN COME
AND PARTICIPATE IN OUR ADMISSION.

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OQ= Waddell says he was pleased with


the turn out, and where the game was
held.

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INQ= @12:29:54



JOHN WADDELL:THE STADIUM IS FINE, WE
HAVE A GREAT CROWD TODAY AND SO
EVERYTHING IS WONDERFUL.

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OQ= As the game progressed, more fans


began to trickle into the stands, but
Lea says he was less worried about the
numbers and more about the fun.


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INQ= @12:22:33



SHERMAN LEA:WE'RE MOVING FORWARD.
THAT'S BEHIND US NOW AND WE'RE JUST
HOPING THAT EVERYONE ENJOYS THEMSELVES.

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INQ= @12:34:31



JEREMY:THE GOAL OF THE EDUCATION
CLASSIC IS TO CURB THE DROP OUT RATE IN
ROANOKE. THAT'S WHY VICTORY STADIUM OR
NOT VICTORY STADIUM SHERMAN LEA IS
ALREADY LOOKING FORWARD TO THE SEVENTH
ANNUAL WVEC. JEREMY BUTTERFIELD, NEWS7,
ROANOKE.

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GRAPHIC=None Police in Blacksburg are looking


for two men accused of trying to kidnap
a woman.

The woman told police that two
men in a black S-U-V pulled up beside
her while driving, and told her there
was something wrong with her car.

When she pulled over, the two men
pulled her out of her car, and forced
her into the back seat.

Police say they released her
after driving a short distance. She was
not injured.


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GRAPHIC=None Police in Norfolk are looking for


the man suspected of killing a fellow
officer.

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*CG locator Norfolk

33-year-old Stanley Cornell
Reaves was responding to an unrelated
call around 4 p-m yesterday when he was
flagged down by a person saying a man
was acting "crazy" or "suspicious."

When Reaves approached the man
and a parked van on foot the man pulled
a gun, shot the officer and fled.

It's unclear whether Reaves and
the man even spoke.

Police are looking for the
gunman.

He's described as black, in his
mid-20s, a little over six feet tall
and 200 to 240 pounds.

He was wearing a green jacket and
possibly driving a late-model green
Jeep Cherokee.

The officer leaves behind a wife
and two young children.

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GRAPHIC=Car Accident A one car accident in Roanoke


closed down one lane of traffic on
Interstate 581 today.


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*CG locator Roanoke

State Police say a juvenile was
in the right lane traveling southbound
on 581 when he lost control, hit the
guardrail, and ended up in the median.

Officials say his injuries did
not appear to be life threatening.

One lane of 581 was shut down
while crews removed the damaged car.

The driver was charged with
reckless driving.

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GRAPHIC=Campaign 2005 Election day is two weeks away


and the deadline to submit an absentee
ballot is fast approaching.

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*CG locator Roanoke

November 3rd is the deadline to
apply for an absentee ballot.

To find out if you qualify to

vote absentee, or to apply, you can
contact your local registrar's office.

One week from today is the
deadline to vote absentee.

And, at 5 o'clock that day,
registrars will not accept any more
absentee ballots.

Election day is November 8th.

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GRAPHIC=None Hurricane Beta is cutting a path


toward the Central American coast.

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*CG locator Nicaragua

Forecasters say the Category One
storm could turn into a Category Three
by the time it makes landfall tomorrow.

Hurricane warnings have been
issued in Nicaragua and Honduras, where

evacuations are already under way.

In Honduras, a maximum state of
alert has been declared.

And soldiers in Nicaragua are
helping evacuate thousands of people

from low-lying area.

Earlier, Beta's winds brought
power and telephone grids down in the
island of Providencia, a former pirate
outpost.

The record 13th Atlantic
hurricane is not expected to threaten
the United States.

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GRAPHIC=Wilma Aftermath It could be almost Thanksgiving


before some Florida residents get their
power restored.

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*CG locator Miami, FL

Florida Power and Light says it's
restored

electricity to 60 percent of the
customers who lost it to Hurricane
Wilma.

But there are still hundreds of
thousands of people in the dark, and
they oculd stay that way for several
more weeks.


A 66-year-old woman who's been
living on canned fruit and tuna says
she'd "kill for a hot dog and a cup of
coffee."

Another woman says she's not
going to sit around and cry... she'd
rather go to the mall.


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GRAPHIC=Katrina Aftermath New Orleans is taking action


against the police officers who
abandoned their post during Hurricane
Katrina.

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*CG locator New Orleans, LA

51 members of the New Orleans
Police Department have been fired.

Acting superintendent Warren
Riley says the 45 officers and six
civilians have not been heard from
since deserting the department.

The mass firing is the first
action taken against the missing

officers.

Another 15 resigned after being
investigated

for abandonment.

Of the 14-hundred members in the
NOPD, 240 were unaccounted for after
the storm.

The department's trying to figure
out whether they intentionally
disappeared.

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GRAPHIC=HOLD Devastating hurricanes have kept


the Red Cross busy this year.

And, the couldn't have done it
without events like this one.

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*CG locator Roanoke Co.

The Outback Steakhouse off route
220 opened it's parking lot and kitchen
early today to raise money for the
victims of Hurricane Katrina.

All proceeds went to the Red
Cross.


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*CG 2line Susan Whately
American Red Cross @21:27:00

SUSAN WHATELY:THINGS ARE WINDING DOWN
NOW MORE A LITTLE BIT BUT THE RED CROSS
DOESN'T LEAVE DOESN'T PULL OUT UNTIL
EVERY NEED IS MET. REMEMBER WE HAVE TO
SERVE THE WORKERS AS WELL AS THE PEOPLE
THAT ARE AFFECTED BY THE HURRICANE SO
WE ARE THERE AS LONG AS THEY ARE THERE
TO TAKE CARE OF EVERYBODY.

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For a donation of 20 dollars
people got their car washed by the
Southern Cruisers Riding Club, and a
free meal from Outback.

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GRAPHIC=None Thousands of people are saying


goodbye to the woman credited with
starting the civil rights movement.

The body of Rosa Parks is lying
in repose in Alabama tonight.

Jennifer Donelan is there with
the story.

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INQ=Parked outside St. Paul...




*CG locator Montgomery, AL
:00


*CG 2line Rehba Blakemore
Mourner
:14


*CG 2line Jennifer Donelan
CBS News
:42


*CG 2line Lee Kennedy
Mourner
1:01



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OQ=STD <


(END SOT) MONTGOMERY ALABAMA IS A 1950'S BUS



MUCH LIKE THE ONE ON WHICH AN ORDINARY
WOMAN MADE AN EXTRAORDINARY

DECISION. ROSA PARKS WOULD NOT GIVE UP
HER SEAT TO A WHITE PASSENGER.



(SOT - REHBA BLAKEMORE)



"THIS IS A VERY HISTORICAL MOMENT...AND
IT ONE TO BE TREASURED."



THE BLAKEMORES DROVE 6 HOURS FROM
LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY TO JOIN THOUSANDS

OF OTHERS PAYING THEIR FINAL RESPECTS
TO ROSA PARKS. THE 92 YEAR OLD

CIVIL RIGHTS PIONEER DIED IN DETROIT
MONDAY. SATURDAY MORNING, SHE WAS

FLOWN HERE TO MONTGOMERY(NATS) A HORSE
DRAWN CARRIAGE DELIVERED HER BODY

TO THE CHURCH...BEHIND IT...A QUIET
MARCH BY BOTH YOUNG AND OLD.



(STAND-UP BRIDGE: JENNIFER DONELAN/CBS
NEWS/MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA)

THIS STOP IS JUST THE FIRST FOR ROSA
PARKS. TOMORROW, HER BODY WILL BE

FLOWN TO WASHINGTON, D-C WHERE SHE WILL
BECOME THE FIRST WOMAN TO LIE IN

HONOR AT THE U-S CAPITOL.




A HONOR WELL DESERVED ACCORDING TO
LEE KENNEDY. HE WAS ONE OF THE

FIRST BLACK BUS DRIVERS EVER IN
MONTGOMERY. HE REMEMBERS ROSA...THE
381

DAY LONG BUS BOYCOTT....THE STRUGGLES
OF INTEGRATION.



SOT - LEE KENNEDY



IT BRING BACK SO MUCH MEMORY AND IT
HURTS ME."



MR. KENNEDY, LIKE SO MANY OTHERS
GATHERED HERE, HOPES THE NATION AS A

WHOLE TAKES THIS TIME TO NOT ONLY
REFLECT UPON WHERE WE'VE BEEN BUT HOW

MUCH FURTHER WE NEED TO GO.



SOT - LEE KENNEDY



"IT'S NOT OVER. IT'S NOT OVER YET.
THERE'S STILL PREJUDICE. PEOPLE

JUST HATE PEOPLE FOR SOME REASON, I
DON'T KNOW."



SO THERE'S STILL WORK TO BE DONEE AND
ROSA PARK'S EXAMPLE WILL LIVE

ON...A SIMPLE NON VIOLENT ACT OF
DEFIANCE CAN CHANGE THE WORLD.

JENNIFER DONELAN, CBS NEWS, MONGOMERY,

ALABAMA.







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GRAPHIC=None Still to come on News 7...a local


business takes some time this weekend
to make the Valley greener, we'll
explain.

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VO-NAT Plus...the city of Salem


celebrates Halloween. Those stories
after Brent's forecast.

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GRAPHIC=None Still to come....a community


comes together to help a girl with bone
cancer.


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VO-NAT And some are dressing up this


weekend for a good cause, we'll explain
after sports.

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INQ= Hey Everybody Grant Kittelson back


in the News 7 Sports office.
Washington and Lee trys to knock off
the kings of the ODAC. The Ferrum
Panthers continue to roll along in
their unbeaten season. How many
undefeated teams would fall on the
Saturday and the Cup Cars get ready for
Atlanta. All that and more coming up
in Sports.

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OQ=up in sports.



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GRAPHIC=None A change in facilities has turned


out to be a successful move for the
Bedford Welcome Center.

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*CG locator Bedford

The Center celebrated its first
birthday today.

A year ago crews were just
finishing up the new center.

The new building was expected to
be a major change from the double wide
trailer that was originally used and so
far the numbers are telling the story.

Staff say within the last year
the center has seen 36-thousand
visitors.

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GRAPHIC=None Employees of Rockydale Quarries got


a break from hauling rock today.

Instead, they were planting trees.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke Co.
Courtesy: Dick Byrd The Quarry teamed up with Friends of
the Blue Ridge Parkway to plant a
screening buffer between the business
and the Parkway, near milepost 121.

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INQ=It is a win




*CG 2line David Willis
VP Rockydale Quarries @ 2:39:23 - :33

IT IS A WIN WIN SITUATION BECAUSE WE
CAN ACTUALLY DO SOMETHING FOR THE PARK
SERVICE AND THE PUBLIC TO HELP ENHANCE
THE PARKWAY AND ALSO BE ABLE TO EXPAND
AND BE ABLE TO CONTINUE OUR BUSINESS
HERE.

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The Parkway borders three-fourths of

the Quarries property,

Willis says due to the nature of the
business, the company wants to make
itself invisible to those traveling the
parkway.

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GRAPHIC=None It might have seemed too cold for


a motorcycle ride today, but not to a
community of riders pulling together
for a sick girl.

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*CG locator Radford

Riders started pouring into the
Pro Cycle parking lot in Radford around
10 o'clock this morning for the Amy
Austin Benefit Ride.

Amy is seven years old and was
diagnosed with a rare bone cancer
nearly a year ago.

Since then doctors' bills have

been piling up.

That's why Amy's family was happy
to see the resounding show of support
from their community.

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INQ=You don't believe




*CG 2line Gloria Frye
Great Aunt @21:14:29

GLORIA FRYE:YOU DON'T BELIEVE WHAT
PEOPLE CAN DO UNTIL THEY BEGIN TO PULL
TOGETHER. WE'VE SEEN A LOT OF OUR
FRIENDS THAT WE HAVEN'T SEEN FOR YEARS
SHOWING UP NOW. IT JUST MEANS A WHOLE
LOT TO EVERYBODY DON'T IT.

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OQ=don't it.





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Organizers say the cause was well
worth battling today's cold.

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GRAPHIC=None Hundreds got in the Halloween


spirit this weekend at the Pumpkin
Festival in Salem.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Salem

This year marked the sixth annual
event.

One of the highlights is the
pumpkin carving contest.

About 40 local chefs and surgeons
participated to benefit Child Health
Investment Partnership, or CHIP.

Children also got a chance to
show off their costumes and have story
time with Miss Roanoke Valley.

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SHANNON TOSSES TO GRANT


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GRAPHIC=None Coming up a game for first place in



the ODAC, Ferrum remains unbeaten by
putting a beating on Greensboro. An
unbeaten falls from the college ranks
and the Cup Cars get ready for Atlanta.
But first your Extra Point.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Roanoke Native George Lynch was


waived by the New Orleans Hornets. The
club had hoped to trade the 12 year
N-B-A vetern which was Lynch's wish but
they couldn't find any takers for his 3
point 2 million dollar salary. Lynch
underwent off-season surgery on his
foot and their is speculation that his
former coach in Philly Larry Brown who
is now the head coach of the New York
Knicks is interested in the North
Carolina graduate.

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*CG colfball j << Richmond
18


James Madison
15







William & Mary
21
j
Villanova
35


*CG colfball


Liberty
16
j
Gardner-Webb
21






VMI
14
j
Coastal Carolina
38


*CG colfball j
Guilford
37


Randolph-Macon

29




j
Hampden-Sydney
66


Dickinson
27


*CG colfball j
Emory & Henry
24


Catholic
21




j
Bridgewater
17


Washington & Lee
14


*CG colfball


Clemson
9

j
Georgia Tech
10




j
Wake Forest
44


Duke
6


*CG colfball


Southern Miss
17
j
N.C. State
21






Washington State
13
j

Southern Cal #1


55


*CG colfball >>


Utah State
3
j

Alabama #5


35




j

UCLA #8


30


Stanford
27


Final in OT


*CG colfball j (>>>)
South Carolina
16



Tennessee #23


15




j

Michigan #25


33




Northwestern #21


17

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GRAPHIC=ODAC Bridgewater College has been the


dominant program in the Old Dominion
Athletic Conference lately having won 4
straight Conference Championships.
Washington and Lee looked to unseat the
defending Champs and ascend to the top
of the mountain in the ODAC. The
Generals had it all set up for them
today,

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*CG locator Lexington
Generals vs Eagles they had the Eagles in their house
and just a half game off the lead in
the conference.


W&L started quickly Stuart
Sitterson with the 1 yard Touchdown run
after a Bridgewater turnover, it was 6
to nothing Generals with the Extra
Point pending.

The Extra Point proved to be
exciting. The Eagles with the block,
Adrian Herndon would end up with the
ball he laterals to Tony Burt who then
laterals to Deon Mays who takes it the
rest of the way for 2-points. It's 6
to 2 Generals lead.

W&L would add to the margin as
Greg Tweady finds Colton Ward over the
middle and he turns on the jets and
flies in for the touchdown from 38
yards out to make it 13 to 5 at the
break.

But Bridgewater would come back
in the second half to score 2
touchdowns *CG final Bridgewater and post the 17 to 13 win over 17 Washington and Lee and remain unbeaten Washington & Lee in the ODAC
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GRAPHIC=Ferrum The Ferrum Panthers came into their


game against Greensboro College
undefeated, and the question is How do
you win football games. It's easy, you
play well in all three parts of a game.
Offense, Defense and Special Teams.

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*CG locator Ferrum
Panthers vs Pride the Panthers did just that this
afternoon as it was family weekend at
Ferrum and the Panther Family would go
home happy.

We start with the special teams.
Perry Ford would get free on the punt
rush and block the kick. He's on the
ball picking it up and taking it back
to the endzone for the Touchdown.
Check off Special Teams as doing well.

Next up we have defense. The
Panthers held Greensboro to just 2
hundred and 1 yards of total offense.
Big Number 99 T.J. Holmes and company
pitched the shutout on the pride.
Check off Defense.

The only 1 left the offense. No

problem Quarterback Jermaine Pitts ran
for 92 yards on the afternoon on just 9
carries.

And when he wasn't carrying it
someone else was. 8 different Panthers *CG final Greensboro scored on the day including Dustin 0 Hamoy on the option. Check off the Ferrum offense as well, that's 3 check marks 55 and that means a 55 to nothing win.
Panthers 8-0



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GRAPHIC=ACC U-V-A is the only team in the A-C-C


who had the weekend off. Virginia Tech
played on Thursday Night so they could
sit back and watch the rest of the
conference today. Hokies might have
been interested observers to a couple
of games.

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*CG locator Tallahassee, FL
ABC One being the Florida
State-Maryland Game. Tech already beat

the Terps and the Seminoles shaping up
as a possible A-C-C Title game
opponent.

Maryland came to play Joel Statham
over the middle to Jo-Jo Walker who
makes the nice catch for the touchdown
just before the half. The terps led 21
to 14.

But the Noles would rally the
Red-shirt Freshman Quarterback Drew *CG final Maryland Weatherford showing that he can run. 27 He cashes in from 15 yards out with the
Florida State #10 dive to give Florida State the lead.

35 They would take on another score for a
final of 35 to 27

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GRAPHIC=HOLD The other game the Hokies might be


watching was Miami against North
Carolina. Tech has to play the
Hurricanes next weekend in Blacksburg
and wraps up the regular season against
the Tar Heels.

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*CG locator Miami, FL
ESPN2 The Canes busted out the throwback
uniforms and early on they might have
wanted to throw them away.

Ronnie McGill would punch one in
from 7 yards out, it was his second
touchdown of the game and the Heels
were up 16 to 7. They Beat the Canes
last year remember.

But Miami would have none of it
in the second half. They blocked a
Carolina Punt for a Touchdown and
Tyrone Moss ran for almost 2-hundred
yards *CG final North Carolina and 4 touchdowns to lead the canes to a 16 34 to 16, which sets up the showdown in
Miami #6 Blacksburg next weekend.


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*CG locator Jacksonville, FL
Gators vs Bulldogs There is 1 less unbeaten in

College football as the worlds largest
outdoor cocktail party otherwise known
as the Georgia-Florida game took place,

The Gators would go up 14 to
nothing early in the game. As Chris
Leak finds Tate Casey for the
Touchdown.

But back comes the Bulldogs a
little trickery as they throw it back
to the
*CG final Georgia #4 Quaterback Joe Tereshinski to cut the

10 lead to 14 to 10, but the Dawgs could
Florida #16 get no more and suffer their first loss

14 of the season 14 to 10 the final score.
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*CG locator Stillwater, OK
TBS Texas who was number 1 in the B-C-S
this week got a scare from Oklahoma
State.

The Longhorns trailed 28 to 9 in

the first half, then Vince Young took
over. He had a career high in rushing
yards including an 80 yard touchdown
run. He had
*CG final Texas #2 help from the rest of the team and

47 Texas came roaring back to win over the Oklahoma State Cowboys 47 to 28.
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GRAPHIC=Nextel Cup The Nextel Cup Cars qualified last


night at Atlanta Motor Speedway with
Ryan Newman winning his 6th straight
pole at the track. The Cup Drivers
then had all day today off before
racing tommorrow on the mile and half
track.

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INQ=




*CG 2line Ryan Newman
3rd in Chase for the Championship
:00



*CG 2line Carl Edwards
Won Spring Race at Atlanta
:15





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GRAPHIC=None A battle is brewing over beer in


Connecticut- the problem?

It uses Santa Claus as a pitchman.

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*CG locator Hartford, CT

*Seriously Bad Elf* is one of many
in a line of holiday beer that also
includes *Lump of Coal* and *Rudolph's
Revenge*.


State liquor regulations ban alcohol
advertisements with images that could
entice children.

That law specifically mentions
Santa.

*Bad Elf's* label shows a
mean-looking elf with a slingshot
firing ornaments at Santa's sleigh.

The company that manufactures the
beer says that minors are not going to
be looking to buy beer because Santa
Claus is on the label.

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GRAPHIC=None And finally tonight...some folks


attended a costume ball to UN-mask the
problem of domestic violence in the
Roanoke Valley.

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*CG locator Roanoke

Tonight marked the second
Masquerade Ball at the Jefferson
Center.

The proceeds from the event will

benefit Turning Point, the Salvation
Army's center for women and children.

All of the participants must wear
a mask, then at the end of the night,
they unveil their mask to reveal their
identity.

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