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No News 7 at 5 on 1/1/96 due to Football Runover.

Henry-Murder


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Authorities say a struggle between a Henry County man and his teenage step-son ended in murder.
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The shooting happened around 10- last night at the victim's residence in Fieldale.
Investigators say the shooting was sparked by a dispute between the 15 year old and his 19 year old gilfriend outside the home.
A Sheriff's investigator says the step-father got involved when the teen went inside and grabbed a 22- caliber rifle.
Authorities say the two struggled before 30 -year old James Nelson Marshall, Junior was shot in the chest.
The teen is also charged with another shooting.
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The young man's 19- year old girlfriend, La-keshia Massey, has been released from a local hospital.
The teen was charged with second degree murder in connection with his step-father's death.
He's being held in a Danville juvenile facility.
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Halifax-Murder


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Meanwhile, authorities in Halifax County are busy investigating that area's first murder of the new year.
Authorities say 17- year old Jason Lamont Chandler was shot and killed at the Super- Eight Motel in Riverdale around one in the morning.
Sheriff's officials have NOT made an arrest.
They say the shooting may have been drug or gang related.

Mexico-Crash


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A deadly New Year's Day accident in Mexico.
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A head on bus crash kills 26 people and injures at least 22 others.
It happened in Northern Mexico near the Arizona border.
Mexican police say one bus crossed into the path of another.
Six of the dead are children.
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A Mexican prosecutor says several passengers noticed brake problems, but their complaints were ignored by the two drivers on board.
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Helicopters took the injured to hospitals on both sides of the border.
Mexican authorities say no Americans were among the injured.
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Car-Crowd


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In Boston, police say a man deliberately drove his car into a New Year's Crowd.
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The car plowed through a group of people watching the fireworks over Boston Harbor.
More than 20 people were rushed to the hospital-
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Angry onlookers kicked in the car's windows and headlights and slashed the car's tires.
The 26- year- old driver is charged with assault.
Police say they don't know why he did it.
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Bosnia


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U-S military engineers in Croatia have spent New Year's day battling mud.
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They're trying to stabilize the pontoon bridge put up to move the military into Bosnia.
But that hasn't stopped hundreds of U-S troops from crossing into Bosnia using the bridge.
It is day two of massive American ground troop deployment-
150 U-S Army vehicles and 436 soldiers made the trek.
Hundreds more are expected to move across Croatia over the next few days.
The troops will then split up with some moving in a convoy to Tulza.
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Airport


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A few airplanes have just departed from Roanoke Regional Airport,
Even still, thousands of holiday travelers had to change their plans today.
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Dense fog in the Roanoke Valley hampered pilot visibility.
Both arrivals and departures were either delayed or re- routed.
The skies were empty, and so was the terminal.
Some just waited... hoping their flights would take off.
But the fog never lifted, and most planes were grounded.
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Tech-return


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Believe it or not, there were thousands of New Years' travelers not phased by the fog.
Scott Prince has their story.
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(( Hokie fans have waited a long time for a victory in a major bowl.
So waiting to get back to Southwest Virginia was no big deal.
Heavy fog at Roanoke Regional Airport forced Sugar Bowl travelers to switch gears... and fly to other airports.
But emotions could not be grounded.
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((MELVIN DUNMAN/VIRGINIA TECH FAN: IT DID NOT MATTER. NO IT DIDN'T. WE HAD A WONDERFUL TRIP FROM BEGINNING TO END. WE ENJOYED THE NEW ORLEANS. WE ENJOYED THE FOOTBALL GAME. ))
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((BRICE COLE/VIRGINIA TECH FAN: IT WAS AWESOME. I THOUGHT IT WAS A GREAT WIN AND ANOTHER STEP FOR VIRGINIA TECH SPORTS. ))
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Even Virginia's Secretary of Education said Tech doubters learned a valuable lesson.
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((BEVERLY SGRO/VIRGINIA EDUCATION SECRETARY: THE TEAM JUST PLAYED SUPERBLY. THE CROWD WAS PHENOMENAL. THE SUPPORT FOR VIRGINIA TECH WAS JUST INCREDIBLE. IT WAS REALLY GREAT. ))
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These Tech fans were the lucky ones.
THEIR charter flights landed in either Lynchburg, Charlottesville or Greensboro, and then shuttle busses brought them to Roanoke.
But there are a number of Tech fans who never made it out of New Orleans because of the weather.
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((MARK COURTNEY/ROANOKE REGIONAL AIRPORT: SO NOW WE HAVE A LOT OF PEOPLE COMING TO PICK THESE PASSENGERS UP AND THEY DON'T HAVE A LOT OF INFORMATION. SO IN SOME CASES THEY'RE JUST COMING OUT TO THE AIRPORT TO FIND OUT IF WE HAVE UPDATED INFORMATION, AND AGAIN, WE OFTEN DON'T HAVE THAT. ))
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Even though the fog made travel plans confusing... there was no confusion on the football field.
And for many a Hokie victory made it all worth while.
Scott Prince, News 7.
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Coming up on News 7,
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we'll start the New Year by taking a look back at the Top Ten Stories of 1995.
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Yearender


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Another year has come and gone.
But not before Virginians witnessed controversy, jubilation, and tradgedy.
Scott Prince counts down the top ten stories of 1995.
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(( The O- J simpson verdict, Colin Powell deciding not to seek the Presidency, and the decision to send American troops to Bosnia.
These are just some of stories the nation will remember.
But there are many memories that hit very close to home.
So let's take a look at Central and Southwest Virginia's top 10 stories of 1995.
Number 10 tells a story of a community's strength and perseverance.
Corrections Corporation of America planned to build a medium security prison near Wytheville.
The county board of supervisors originally approved the 15- hundred bed facility... even though thousands of residents were outraged.
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Residents took their frustration to Richmond, and then to the polls.
Voters ousted two board members who supported the private facility.
And a new supervisor's vote shot down construction of any type of prison.
The ninth biggest story takes us to Blacksburg, where Virginia Tech sports ruled.
For the first time in 22 years, the men's basketball team captured the N- I- T championship.
Meanwhile on the gridiron, Tech shook off two early season losses and plowed through the rest of its schedule.
The Hokies wound up co- champs of the Big East and earned a bid to the Sugar Bowl.
Number eight focuses on the dividing line between men and women.
Early in 1995, the Federal Appeals Court allowed V- M- I to continue its exclusion of women.
That paved the way for the Women's Institute for Leadership program at Mary Baldwin College.
Both schools said they were pleased with the decision-- but the Justice Department was not... calling the move "separate but equal discrimination."
Even still, 42 women made history this fall as they became the first cadets in the V- WIL program.
Police call number seven a senseless tragedy.
On the night of December 5th, Virginia Tech student Alexander DeFilippis was found dead, with a gunshot wound to the head.
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Authorities say Mark Lilly, his brother Ben Lilly, and Gary Wayne Barker carjacked and killed the student during a two- county crime spree.
Each suspect faces 12 felonies, including abduction, robbery and murder.
The sixth biggest news maker of 1995 comes in the form of fire.
Maybe the greatest loss was felt in the Gainsboro district, when two juveniles set fire to the Old First Baptist Church.
About a week before that blaze 750 fire- fighters were battling flames in the mountains of Craig County.
Nearly 5- thousand acres of national forest were blackened.
Something old becomes something new for our fifth biggest story.
The forty- million- dollar face lift on the Grand Old Lady was finally completed, and folks lined up to see how she had changed.
The addition of a conference center, and extensive remodeling of guest rooms highlight the new Hotel Roanoke.
But with all the changes there were still many things left alone or restored.
And of course the recipes for spoon bread and peanut soup were untouched.
Our 4th biggest story is hardly a thing of beauty for Andrea Ballengee.
On July 1st she was crowned Miss Virginia-- but three weeks later, she was stripped of her title.
Pageant organizers said she lied about her academic record-- claiming to be a member of Phi Beta Kappa and a first a year law student at the University of Miami.
The controversy opened the door for runner- up Amber Medlin.
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We voted election day as the third biggest story of 1995.
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And voters got him.
Roanoke Vice- Mayor John Edwards soundly defeated Republican incumbent Brandon Bell to capture the twenty- first senate seat.
Meanwhile House Majority Leader Dick Cranwell easily beat Republican challenger Trixie Averill.
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Republicans were hoping to gain control of the General Assembly for the first time-- but fell short.
They earned a split in the Senate, but Democrats kept their stronghold on the House of Delegates.
Mother nature claims the second spot.
In June, parts of Central and Southwest Virginia were pounded by rain.
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Floods swallowed up cars and homes-- but the biggest loss was human life.
One downpour in Franklin County caused multiple deaths.
Three men were killed when their pickup truck crashed into a 25- foot hole.
The story was just as sad in Lynchburg-- where water washed out Timberlake damn.
Two lives were claimed there-- one of them a rescue worker.
For the number one story of 1995, we have to go all the way back to the start of the year.
New Year's Day, Roanoke police dragged five murder victims out of this Old Southwest home.
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((JOHN BRYMER/NEIGHBOR: I WOKE UP TO GUN SHOTS.))
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((WHILE I WAS ON THE PHONE WITH DISPATCH THERE WAS ANOTHER GUNSHOT.))
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It was the worst mass murder in more than twenty- years.
The gunman was Robert Michael May-- who eventually pleaded no contest to five capital murder charges.
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((LORETTA LAPRADE/VICTIM'S DAUGHTER: HE TOOK MY MOTHER. HE DOESN;T HAVE A RIGHT TO LIVE.))
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But in August, the court said he did.
He was given life in prison, instead of the death penalty. Standup
That's how News- 7 team ranked the top ten stories of 1995.
Stay tuned in 1996.
We're sure it will be just as eventful.
Scott Prince, News 7))
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When we return, the British royal family starts off the new year in the tabloid headlines,
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And we'll see how some Danville singles are counting on their cable hookup to help them make a love connection.
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Royals


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It appears Princess Diana is moving closer to divorcing Prince Charles.
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According to a London newspaper Diana's admitted to friends that divorce is inevitable.
But friends say the Princess of Wales wants a guarantee that she will
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have a role in public life and be treated like a princess for life.
Diana and Charles separated in 1992 after 11 years of marriage and the birth of 2 sons, William and Harry.
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Diana is vacationing in the Caribbean while Charles and his two sons arrived in Zurich today on their way to a Swiss ski resort.
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Cable-Personals


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A Danville Cable company is spicing up the airwaves.
Teresa Hamilton reports, finding a love connection could be as easy as spinning the dial.
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((Television has been called a lot of things, but matchmaker isn't one.
Yet, that's exactly what Cable Vision Industries in Danville, has become.
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Perhaps no one's more familiar with the role of matchmaker that Don Robertson.
As Director of CVI's Video Connection Network, it's his to oversee the personals that appear on Cable Channel 12.
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Placing an ad is free and confidential-- it's all done by computer.
There are no names or pictures.
CVI makes its profit from viewers who respond to the ads-- using a 1-900 number.
CVI also runs other photo-classifieds-- for homes, cars and other businesses.
But none seem to have gained as much notoriety as the person to person ads.
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((IT'S PRETTY NEAT...EVERYWHERE YOU GO YOU HERE PEOPLE COMMENTING, YOU KNOW, OH YOU WORK FOR THAT THING, THAT'S GOT ALL THOSE DATING PERSONAL ADS, SO IT'S KIND OF HELPED BUILD OUR IDENTITY IN SUCH A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME. ))
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Women are allowed eight weeks to run an ad-- men on the other hand, are given just three.
The way Robertson sees it, women are likely to need more time, because they're more timid and shy.
Whatever the case, he says, the service does work.
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((I'VE ONLY HAD ONE LADY TO CALL ME AND ACTUALLY THANK ME, BUT I GUESS WHEN YOU'RE IN THAT SITUATION, YOU KIND OF GET A LITTLE BIT EMBARRASSED AND DON'T REALLY WANT TO ACKNOWLEDGE HOW YOU CAME ABOUT, MEETING THAT SIGNIFICANT OTHER.))
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But as Channel 12 continues to gain viewers and more love connections are made, perhaps others will be less apprehensive in giving "Person to Person" credit for a perfect match.
Teresa Hamilton, News 7, Danville.))
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S-Rose


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We start with the Grand Daddy of them all; the Rose Bowl where USC benefitted from Keyshawn Johnson's career performance which propelled the Trojans past Northwestern 41 to 32.
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Johnson hauled in 12 passes for a Rose Bowl record 216 yards. Included on the stat sheet....a 56 yard touchdown grab in the third quarter.
The Wildcats helped USC's cause by coughing up the ball twice! Daylon McCutcheon returned a fumble recovery 53 yards for a TD that pu the Trojans up 24-7.
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]in the fourth quarter on Darnell Autry's third touchdown of the day.
But the 17th ranked Trojans close out the scoring to beat the 3rd ranked cats in a 41-32 shoot out win.
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S-Citrus


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The Citrus Bowl matched Tennessee against Ohio State in a game between two teams tied for 4th in the Associated Press rankings.
Ohio State Heisman Trophy winner Eddie George ran for 101 yards and this touchdown,
but the Buckeye was out classed on this day by the Volunteer's Jay Graham. Graham rushed 26 times for 154 yards. He amassed nearly half of those on this 69 yard sprint.
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connects with Joey Kent on this 47 yard bomb in the 3rd that put the Vols up 14-7.
The Buckeyes self destructed in the end, losing three fumbles over their last 4 possessions and Tennessee wins the Citrus Bowl by a touchdown.
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S-Gator


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Syracuse crushed 23rd ranked Clemson 41 to nothing in the Gator Bowl yesterday down in Jacksonville, Florida.
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The Orangeman that caught the tiger by the tail....was none other than freshman Donovan McNabb. The quarterback tallied four touchdowns on the day. This five yard run was the game's second.
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Harrison is on the receiving end of this 38 yard bomb and the count was 20 to nothing.
Harrison would catch another...a 56 yard TD connection and Syracuse blanks Clemson 41 to nothing.
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S-Outback


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To Tampa we go for the Outback Bowl between 15th ranked Penn State and 16th ranked Auburn.
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They might be only one ranking apart in the polls, but on this day, the Nittany Lions were a whole lot better.
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Bobby Engram set a bowl record with 113 receiving yards on 4 catches, he also scored twice.
And of course, Joe Paterno took an evening bath in Penn State's 43-14 win.
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S-Cotton


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7th ranked Colorado forced 5 turnovers and dominated 12th ranked Oregon 38 to 6 in the Cotton Bowl.
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The Buffaloes of Colorado are known for offense, but the defense was sharp today. Marcus Washington lead the stampede. The Buff set a cotton bowl
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returned for a touchdown.
Colorado quarterback John Hessler hurled two TD passes and ran for another as the Buffaloes down Oregon down Oregon 38 to 6.
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S-Barbers


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UVa's Peach Bowl win has registered for the Cavaliers. Yesterday, Ronde
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and Tiki Barber were back at home in Roanoke for a brief visit.
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Now that their Bowl game is over, the Barbers took time to give the Lazy Boy a work out while they watched the bowls.
They also talked about another last second win.
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Now the tandem starts to look to next season.
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Sports tease


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Still a head tonight, we will tell you who is the NFL's most valuable player this season and,
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and we will wrap up Virginia tech's super season capped off by the Sugar Bowl win.
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S-Tech


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The biggest post season game to date pitted Notre Dame against Florida State in the Orange Bowl. And this classic rivalry would live up to it's billing.
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The Fighting Irish; always dangerous with that gentleman Lou Holtz at the controls, even if Notre Dame was without starting quarterback Ron Powlus.
His back up played like a veteran. Thomas Krug opened up the game with this 45 yard touchdown connection to Derrick Mayes over the middle that gave the Irish the lead 7-nothing.
But the seminoles would answer. Florida State quarterback Danny Kannell, on the run, hits Andre Cooper for the first of three touchdown receptions for number 1 on the evening. 7-7.
You cannot give Kannell time or he will hurt you. The QB scrambles away from the pressure and finds Cooper again. Cooper literally steals the ball away from a Notre Dame defensive back for the touchdown. 14-10 Noles in the second quarter.
Lou Holtz; not afraid to take a chance. he does on this fourth down,
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deep in Irish relestate, the play works as Marc Edwards goes for the first down. But the seminole get another TD from Cooper and they beat the Irish 31 to 26 in the Orange Bowl.
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S-Favre


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He lead the Pack to it's first divisional title in 23 years and now Green Bay's Brett Favre is reaping the rewards for his efforts.
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Favre is the The Associated Press choice as the NFL's most valuable player. He threw 38 touchdown passes this season and amassed over 44 hundred (-------------) yards through the air in carrying the packers to an 11 and 5 record.