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Next on News 7-
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Monica Lewinsky's attorney tries to win his client immunity.
It was a battle to keep the post office in one town- We'll tell you who won.
Remember the drug smuggler turned informant? He pled guilty today- We'll have the latest on Javier Cruz.
Plus an avalanche crashes down on students.
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News 7 is next.

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Good Evening.
Monica Lewinsky's attorney is trying to strike a deal.
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William GInsberg is hoping to gain immunity for his client-
as she describes her relationship with President Clinton.
Prosecutors say the former White House intern is likely to be indicted-
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A Christiansburg landmark remains open, more than a month after it was scheduled to close.
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And an avalanche in the French Alps has killed at least eleven people.
Officials say the victims strayed from marked trails near the Italian border.
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Clinton-Intern


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Monica Lewinsky's lawyer is again talking with the independent counsel's office. William Ginsburg is trying to win the former White House intern immunity-
Scott Pelley has more.
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((Last week the FBI swept Lewinsky into a hotel room filled with agents and prosecutors. She was shown surveillance photos of herself meeting with former co-worker Linda Tripp. Tripp had recorded lewinsky's admission that she lied under oath about an affair with Mr. Clinton. the agents kept her ten hours. Lewinsky's lawyer Bill Ginsberg says she was offered a deal.
WILLIAM GINSBURG: THEY WANTED TO SUGGEST TO HER AS I UNDERSTAND IT THAT SHE BE WIRED TO HAVE CONVERSATIONS THAT MIGHT WELL BE RECORDED THEY WANTED HER COOPERATION. SCOTT PELLEY: YOU SAY CONVERSATIONS WITH OTHER PEOPLE, YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES? GINSBURG: I DONT KNOW BUT I WOULD ASSUME BASED ON EVERTHING THAT I HAVE SEEN IN THE MEDIA, THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, VERNON JORDAN AND OTHERS WOULD BE ON THEIR GUEST LIST.
In secretly recorded tapes, Lewinsky told her friend Linda Tripp there had been a long affair and she was encouraged to cover it up. but in a sworn affidavit she insisted there was no sexual relationship.
Sources tell CBS News FBI agents had Lewinskys consent to search her apartment in the Watergate complex. the agents had a list of items they wanted and left with Lewinsky's computer, some of her clothes and the gifts. CBS News has learned Lewinsky claims to have received from the President several items from the black dog gift shop in Martha's Vineyard, plus a dress, gold brooch and a book of poetry by Walt Whitman.))
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President Clinton has decided NOT to hold a news conference before his Tuesday State of the Union Address.

Robb


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Virginia Senator Chuck Robb says he recognizes the gravity of the latest Washington scandal, and describes it as "a matter of significant concern."
But today in Roanoke, Robb also said he wants more information before passing judgement.
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Robb met with the transportation committee of the Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Speaking to reporters, the Democratic Senator said he hopes the facts come to light soon.
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At the same time, Robb says the President has proven his ability to perform while under fire.

Elliott


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A Giles County jury convicted 26- year old Scott Elliott of SECOND degree murder this afternoon.
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The jury deliberated for nearly three hours before reaching its conclusion.
Elliott was charged last February with shooting and killing his girlfriend-- Misty Dawn Dellinger.
Elliott's attorneys said the shooting as an accident.
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The jury reccomended Elliott receive an 18 year sentence. Fifteen years for second degree murder and three years for use of a firearm.

Bank-robbery


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The First Virginia Bank in Wytheville was robbed today by a man who claimed to have a bomb.
About 3:45 the man approached a teller in the branch on Main Street with a bag he said had a bomb.
The man left the bag and fled with an undetermined amount of money.
The bag held an empty box.
Police are looking for a white male, about 40 years old with salt and pepper hair and an off white baseball cap.

State-Budget


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Candidate Jim Gilmore said eliminating the car tax would cost the state one point six billion dollars over five years.
Today, Governor Gilmore added the numbers up to more than 2-point-7 Billion.
Jim Gilmore plans to pay 15-percent of the first 20-thousand dollars in value of your car tax this year.
It goes up every year until it is 100-percent in the year 2002.
Ellen Qualls reports.
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(( The car tax IS coming.
The numbers were just way off.
240- million in the first two year budget.
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((DEL. TOM JACKSON/D-HILLSVILLE: IT'S REALLY ALARMING TO THINK THAT WE COULD BE OFF 240-MILLION DOLLARS ON SOMETHING. BECAUSE PLUS OR MINUS 240 MILLION'S PRETTY SIGNIFICANT DOWN HERE.))
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: WE'RE PRACTICING NOW THE ART OF GOVERNANCE. WE'RE IN OFFICE. WE HAVE THE CAPACITY TO LOOK AT ALL THE BEST NUMBERS TO GET ALL THE BEST INFORMATION. AND THEN ALSO TO LISTEN TO THE CONCERNS OF THE LOCALITIES. AND TO DO A SOPHISTICATED LOOK.))
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((DEL. DICK CRANWELL/D-VINTON: THERE'S ALWAYS NECESSARY TO MAKE THE CAMPAIGN RHETORIC WORK WITH THE OBLIGATION OF GOVERNING. RIGHT NOW WE'RE SEEING THE GOVERNOR STRUGGLE.))
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New revenue forecasts and booming economy help with the struggle-- but there are CUTS.
10- million construction dollars for the new Virginia Museum of Natural History.
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: THE MARTINSVILLE PROJECT CONTINUES TO BE FUNDED FOR ITS PLANNING AND THE CONSTRUCTION MONEY CAN BE RE-ADDRESSED IN THE NEXT BIENNIUM.))
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In Roanoke 3-point-6 of nine million dollars George Allen promised the Roanoke Higher Ed Center won't come from Jim Gilmore.
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((SEN. JOHN EDWARDS: WE WERE CONCERNED THIS MIGHT HAPPEN. AND WE'RE DISAPPOINTED. BUT WE'RE JUST GONNA HAVE TO GO TO WORK TO MAKE SURE WE GET THE FUNDS WE NEED.))
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((DEL. WHITT CLEMENT/D-DANVILLE: WHAT IT UNDERSCORES...NOW THAT WE'RE SEEING THE DEVIL IN THE DETAILS IS THAT THERE'S NO FREE LUNCH. THERE'S GONNA BE PAIN. ))
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The Virginia Museum of Natural History in Martinsville was left with just 650- thousand dollars in planning money -- which museum officials said they were happy to have.
But by the end of the day, after hearing some criticism, Governor Gilmore ponied up ANOTHER 600- thousand dollars for repairs to the existing building.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.

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Still to come on the newscast, Lynchburg police believe they've arrested the men responsible for a rash of armed robberies,
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and some Christiansburg residents celebrate now that they've won the battle to keep their post office open.
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Cruz-Rivera


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He spent three and a half years working undercover for the Drug Enforcement Administration in Columbia.
Javier Cruz posed as a major narcotics importer... while based in Roanoke County.
Keith Humphry gives us a glimpse of the 40-year old drug smuggler turned informant.
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Javier Cruz pled guilty today to five felonies dating back to 1991.
He was importing cocaine, then shipping it out of Roanoke by the truck-load to New York, California, Texas and Florida.
A year and a half after his arrest, Cruz was back on the street- -working for the D-E-A.
The government paid him $347,000.
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Glenda Garrett's son, Mark, was killed by Cruz.
Cruz and his boss, Leo Rivera, spent almost a year and a half in the County Jail, trying to maintain their contacts in the drug world.
He spent just a few days in jail for manslaughter in the Garrett case, then Cruz was out on the street working for the D-E-A.
His lawyer points out the government typically covers expenses for confidential informants.
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((HE'S BEEN WORKING A LOT OF HOURS SINCE 1991, AND DURING THAT TIME, HE'S PLACED HIS LIFE AT RISK ON ALMOST A DAILY BASIS, AT LEAST FOR A LARGE PERIOD OF TIME. ))
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Cleaveland doesn't mean to suggest Cruz was drawing hazardous duty pay.
The government was simply re-imbursing him for expenses, while he was traveling from his 288-thousand dollar home in Roanoke County and his import-export business in Columbia between September 1992 and February, 1996.
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Cruz will be sentenced later.
Keith Humphry NEWS 7.

CIA-Shooting


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A death sentence for the Pakistani man who killed two people outside CIA headquarters.
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Mir Aimal Kasi Kasi opened fire with an AK-47 assault rifle onto cars waiting to turn into the CIA's main gate-
The 1993 attack left two C-I-A employees dead and three wounded.
The 33 year old man told the court he was not proud of the shooting but described it as retalitaion for U-S policies that he said hurt Islamic nations.
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One day after Kasi was convicted - four U-S oil employees were killed in Pakistan.

Post-Office


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Bigger may be better in some respects but it can't replace that "hometown feeling."
That's one reason that residents in Christiansburg say they fought to keep the old town Post Office open.
It's a fight they've won.
Stacey Martin has more.
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((The Christiansburg Post Office would have gone the way of the dinosaurs if the U-S Postal Service had its way.
But, customers are still mailing packages and buying stamps almost a month after it was supposed to shut down.
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((JON HALBERSTADT/CHRISTIANSBURG RESIDENT: I ALWAYS THOUGHT THAT DEEP DOWN INSIDE THERE WAS ABOUT THAT MUCH CHANCE OF WINNING.))
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Postal officials wanted to close the old facility to make way for another branch five miles away that was bigger and able to handle higher volumes of mail.
But, they decided against the idea after residents complained its distance from downtown Christiansburg made it inconvenient.
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((JACK PETERSON/RESIDENT: I DON'T LIKE GOING TO THE MALL BECAUSE OF THE TRAFFIC AND EVERYTHING AND IT'S SO MUCH CLOSER TO MY BUSINESS. SO, I AM REAL HAPPY THAT IT STAYED HERE.))
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Even though the old post office is open, service is somewhat limited on both sides of the window.
Only one employee mans the office at a time and customers can't mail any bulk items out of this branch.
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((STACEY MARTIN/REPORTING: AN OFFICIAL OPENING CEREMONY WILL TAKE PLACE IN THE NEXT COUPLE OF WEEKS AS A WAY TO THANK RESIDENTS WHO FOUGHT SO HARD TO KEEP THIS POST OFFICE OPEN. STACEY MARTIN, NEWS 7, CHRISTIANSBURG.))
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L'burg-Robberies


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For months, businesses across central Virginia were terrorized.. but now authorities say they've arrested the people responsible for a string of recent armed robberies.
Steve Smallshaw has the story.
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(( Months of surveillance and investigative work finally paid off early Friday when police converged on the Millwood apartment complex in Lynchburg.
There they detained 13 people in connection with a string of armed robberies, larcenies and burglaries across central Virginia the past several months.
They also recovered two firearms, some clothing and stolen property.
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Four men are being held without bond.. 27- year- old William A. Smith is charged with seven armed robberies in Lynchburg and Amherst County, as is 19- year- old Marcus D. Sandidge.
21- year- old Sherwood Charlton faces two counts of grand larceny.. and 19- year- old Wayne Thomas is charged with burglary, grand larceny and armed robbery.
Police and local business owners are breathing a sigh of relief.
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Of the 27 armed robberies that have taken place, police say a significant number have been solved with these arrests.
More charges are pending against other individuals.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))

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Coming up next, the weak Asian Stock Market is causing problems for international students at Virginia Tech,
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and we'll meet some Denver Bronco fans who are going to extreme lengths to prove their loyalty.
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Avalanche


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An avalanche roared in the French Alps- sweeping 39 people away-
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many of them teenagers.
11 people are dead- and at least nine others are injured.
The students were snowshoeing along the mountainside-
French officials are trying to figure out why the group escorted by adults- strayed off marked trails.
Rescuers used chainsaws and long poles to search the snowy montain site near the Italian border.
Meteorologists had warned earlier this week that there was a high risk of avalanches in the Alps after heavy snowfalls.
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Foreign-Students


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Many international students at Virginia Tech are adjusting their lifestyle.
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Sinking stock markets and layoffs have financially paralyzed many families in countries like Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand.
For international students in Blacksburg-- this has meant less financial assistance from their families back home.
Now many are scaling back their spending and looking for work.
Still-- most aren't just thinking about themselves.
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((ARE YOU WORRIED ABOUT YOUR FAMILY BACK HOME? ZULKIFLI ZAKARIA/MALAYSIAN STUDENT: QUITE, QUITE, CAUSE I ACTUALLY HAVE THREE BROTHERS WORKING FOR THE PRIVATE SECTOR. MIN LEE/KOREAN STUDENT:I'VE BEEN LIVING IN THE US FOR SEVEN YEARS, INCLUSING THIS YEAR, AND I NEVER HAD ANY FINANCIAL PROBLEMS SINCE THIS YEAR AND BASICALLY THIS IS THE FIRST TIME I EVER APPLIED FOR A JOB.))
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There is little Virginia Tech can do to help-- other than offering to spread out the students' tuition payments and assisting them with trying to secure a work permit.
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Forecasts
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S-Extra


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High school hoops and Express highlights,
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But first, the extra point. Michael Jordan, with Dennis Rodman sent home by coach Phil Jackson for missing a practice, had to give a little extra against New Jersey.
Jordan responded with 32, Scottie Pipen had 19; Bulls won 100-98 in OT.
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S-Score


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S-Liberty


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A bench clearing brawl took place the last time Liberty and heritage met. last night? what would happen?
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The two time defending state champs seemed confident before tip off.
The Minutemen wasted little time; Rodney Morris with the nice pass to Brandon Mills; he finishes with the bucket.
Heritage's Russell Henderson dishes to Andre Gills who scores on the
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lay up; cutting Liberty's lead to 6.
Gills returns the favor; gift wrapping this assist to Henderson; he dunks it.
Liberty's Peanut Arrington come right back with this hoop off the pass from Kelly Garret,
Liberty coach Mark Hanks is juiced and wins wins 68-54.
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S-Patriots


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Patrick henry entertained franklin County in a Roanoke Valley District battle.
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The eagles Bobby Basham did some serious damage; racking up a game high 29 points. here he takes advantage of a second chance; scoring the bucket off the rebound.
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The patriots apply pressure. Boo battle takes the loose ball and finds Mike Hill for the easy deuce.
Battle would also get into the scoring act; registering 28 points as PH wins it 95-73.
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S-Klaus


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Speaking of Blacksburg; former Indian and 1997 Blue Ridge player of the year Phillip Klaus is adjusting to Big South baskettball.
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Klaus was in Radford this week as his Eagles took on the Highlanders. While he's yet to crack the starting lineup; the coaches have been pleased with his determination.
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The 6'6" frshman forward, who was a center at Blacksburg; is not the biggest player on the floor; but that doersn't matter.
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S-Express


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From hard wood to hard water. The Express fell to Charlotte last night at the RoundHouse.
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For selling the most popcorn in the valley; troop 236 got to honor America on ice.
Roanoke was ice cold early;. P.C. Drouin makes it 2-zip at the 3:33 mark of the first.
Frank Anzalone; not happy at this point and the refs would hear about it.
But his team would fight back. Watch SUPER=34-Charlotte/5/Roanoke/4;

this play. Jeff Loder takes the puck in from the left side and fires top shelf; ripping rope. His 11th goal on the season.
But the Checkers answer; beating Daniel Berthiaume. Charlotte wins 5-4 in a shootout.
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S-Cantu


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Roanoke played tonight without Chris Cantu.
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Head Coach frank Anzalone announced today that cantu has been called up to the Saint John Flames; Roanoke's AHL affiliate.
It's is not know how long the rookie winger will be with the Flames. Cantu leads the Express with 23 goals and 14 assists.
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As WDBJ reported to you Wednesday; winger Chris Fess has announced his retirement from hockey.

Sports tease


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Still to come,
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Roy Stanley was on post this week and checks in with the VMI basketball team.
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S-UVA


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Virginia plays Duke tomorrow without one of it's guards.
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Freshman Chesley Watson had an emergency appendectomy last night and will miss the game.
Head coach Jeff Jones will start Donald Hand and Pete McLaughlin tomorrow against the Blue Devils.
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S-VMI


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A winless football season and an athletic director's resignation; two dark clouds that have hovered over VMI
Roy Stanley says basketball has been one brigth spot on post.
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((Because of the closeness of the corp, the basketball team is fully aware of the negatives surrounding the athletic programs.
But the Keydets are use to turning negatives into positives as part of the schools training.)) ((BART BELLAIRS/VMI HEAD COACH: )) ((The basketball team had it's own problems at the beginning of the season when two key players Andre Quarles and Brent Conley redshirted this season.
But the school's philosophy of never say never has carried the team through the adversity.)) ((DARRYL FAULKNER/VMI GUARD: )) ((On the court, V-M-I is 10 and 6 overall and 6 and 3 at Home. The Keydets beat Penn State at Cameron and then went into the Cassell and beat Virginia Tech.
Bellair's up tempo game has been slowed a couple of times this season but over all the team is playing at a high level.)) ((BELLAIRS: )) ((ROY STANDUP: ))
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Even though they're big underdogs, Denver Bronco fans refuse to give up.
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Fans like Mary Stevens are wearing their support on their sleeves... and on every other part of their anatomy.
Stevens and her sister won five hundred dollars for their wild outfits.
And you only need to look at Dennis Bergner's smile to find out what team he supports.
His wife came up with the idea of using a mouthpiece to make it look like they have orange and blue teeth.
Dennis says he's proud of his new smile, even if he does get a few strange looks at the grocery store.
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