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[Boty-Ax]


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[TAPE#98-10]
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One person is dead and five injured following an afternoon accident near the Hollins exit of Interstate 81.
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A state police trooper says the driver of a limousine was killed when she lost control of her vehicle.
She ran off the road and entered a median before going over an embankment and across another road before striking a hill.
Her name has not been released.
The injured were taken to Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
There is no word on their conditions.
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[Lewinsky]


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A former Secret Service agent allegedly places the President and Monica Lewinsky together and alone in the Oval Office-
Maureen Maher has the latest from Washington,
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((The Washington Post is now reporting that retired Secret Service agent Lewis Fox, who was one time posted outside the doors to the Oval office recalls Monica Lewinsky spending at least 40 minutes alone with President Clinton on a weekend afternoon in the fall of 1995.
While Fox could not say what happened inside the office, he is the first person to come forward with an account that directly contradicts the President's sworn testimony in the Paula Jones case. Clinton testified that he did not recall spending time alone with the former White House intern.
President Clinton/This Morning: I can't hear it's okay, let him ask a question
President Clinton was asked about this latest report during a morning White House event, but allegedly could not here the question over crowd applause
Meanwhile, as Monica Lewinsky's mother Marcia Lewis, spent another day testifying before the Grand Jury with the expectation that she will be called back, Lewinsky remained in Los Angeles, despite her own court order to appear before the 23-member panel on Thursday.
William Ginsberg/Monica Lewinsky's Attorney: When they call and tell my that they need Ms.Lewinsky that they need her before the Grand Jury - I will complydespite what the public thinks - it is civil.
MAUREEN MAHER/CBS NEWS: Civil or not - William Ginsberg is still debating Starr over a deal that would grant Monica full immunity - if but Lewinsky only gets a limited immunity arrangement ,the 24 year old will have to make a choice, tell all, and potentially still face charges, or take the fifth and prepare to spend some time behind bars MM CBS News Washington.))

[Babbitt]


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Another top Clinton Administration official will be investigated by a special prosecutor.
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This time, the probe concerns Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt.
In question- whether Babbitt misled Congress about an Indian Casino decision- and whether the decision violated federal law.
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[Iraq]


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The U-S says no to the latest offer from Iraq.
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Saddam Hussein says he will allow access to eight presidential sites- but the U-S and British officials say that's not enough.
A top U-S commander says the troops will be ready for an air strike within a week or so.
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((WE'RE ALL TRAINED AND READY TO GO IF CALLED ON TO DO A JOB.)) [10:05;05] ((WE ALL HOPE FOR A DIPLOMATIC SOLUTION BUT WE'RE TRAINED TO DO MOST EVERYTHING. WE'RE ANXIOUS TO SHOW WHAT WE'RE TRAINED TO DO.))
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Some 25 thousand troops are deployed in the Persian Gulf and more are on the way.
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[Halifax-Drug]


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70-arrests and counting.
Halifax County's "Operation Fall Harvest" has turned up another drug arrest.
Jamie Varon of South Boston is charged with nine-counts of distributing cocaine.. and five-counts of conspiracy.
He's out on 75-thousand dollars bail and no court date has been set.
"Operation Fall Harvest" was a year-and-a half narcotics investigation where officers made undercover buys to nab suspects.

[Car-Tax]


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Democrats have been testing the waters for weeks.
No more.
Today war was declared on the immensely popular "no car tax" pledge that put Governor Jim Gilmore in office.
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((DEL. DICK CRANWELL/D-VINTON: EVERY BODY IN THIS CHAMBER, IF I COULD GET YOU OFF TO A DESERT ISLAND, AND YOU COULD SHOOT ME AFTER YOU TOLD ME THE TRUTH, AND YOU COULD COME ON BACK HERE, EVERY ONE OF YOU WOULD SAY THAT THIS CAR TAX IS THE BIGGEST FOOL, COCKAMAMIE SCHEME THAT HAS EVER BEEN HANDED OUT TO THE PEOPLE OF VIRGINIA.))
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: I THINK THAT HE'S SIMPLY PLAYING THE ROLE OF OBSTRUCTIONIST. HE WANTS TO STOP IT TO SHOW THAT HE CAN STOP IT. BUT THE FACT OF THE MATTER IS THAT THERE'S STRONG BIPARTISAN SUPPORT.))
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He says it's NOT a sign of concern, but Gilmore will take off Friday on a one day campaign-style tour to pump up voter support for the car tax cut.
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Toss-2-Robin Jean tosses to Robin in the Chromakey
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Workers at a local hospital say patient care is suffering. We'll tell you why when we return,
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and we'll see how singles in the valley are looking for love online.
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[Abed]


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If you're convicted of using a molotov cocktail to start a fire in this country, you can go to prison for 30 years.

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That's why the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms videotaped a demonstration for a federal jury in Roanoke to watch.
The government hopes to convince the jury that it was something like this that started the fire at the Corner Store on Thirteenth Street and the fatal apartment fire nearby the same day.
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The defense doubts it happened that way- -pointing out that the rear window is seven feet off the ground, is covered with metal bars and is nine and a half feet from the point where the fire started
They took pictures over the weekend of an A-T-F agent at the store window demonstrating how it could have happened.

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The fire marshal's office originally declared the apartment fire an accident.
The man who made that ruling was one of the first witnesses for the defense.

[Patient-Care]


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According to Columbia Alleghany Regional Hospital workers, a plan to streamline operations is hurting patient care.


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A government investigation and sinking profits have hurt the company in recent months.
Members of the United Paperworkers International Union say they were trying to work out a downsizing plan but hospital officials did not follow through.
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((GLENN INGLIN/UNITED PAPERWORKERS INTERNATIONAL UNION: WE WAS CLOSE TO WHAT I THOUGHT WAS GOING TO BE A MORE WORKABLE SOLUTION OR AT LEAST WHAT I THOUGHT WAS GOING TO PROVIDE A MORE EFFICIENT WORKFORCE ON THE FLOORS AND FOR SOME REASON THEY DROPPED IT LIKE A HOT POTATO AND THEY NEVER HAVE EXPLAINED WHY.))
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Hospital officials deny patient care has suffered- pointing out that job cuts occurred among support staff and not nurses and doctors.
Meanwhile union workers say they're planning to rally in protest.
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[1-Dating-Series]


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[TAPE#98-1]
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Dating has been a major part of our culture since the 1920s.
And as you'd expect, the etiquette and the approaches have changed a lot since then.
This week, Kimberly McBroom gives us an up- close look at dating in the 90s in her series, "In Search Of..."
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(( When it comes to dating, no one's an EXPERT, but we asked some members of the local college crowd where they go looking for love.
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((TOM WARNER: YOU KNOW, LIKE AT THE BEACH, OR IN THE PARK AND STUFF IS A NICE PLACE TO MEET THEM BECAUSE YOU KNOW, YOU GET PEOPLE WHO LIKE SIMILAR INTERESTS THAT YOU DO. AND JUST THROUGH FRIENDS AND STUFF, BECAUSE THEN YOU KNOW YOU LIKE THEM, BECAUSE YOU TRUST YOUR FRIENDS' OPINIONS ABOUT THAT SORT OF THING. ))
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((Kimberly McBroom/News 7: What's the most important thing? MICHAEL SMITH: I'D SAY PERSONALITY, BECAUSE I'M KIND OF LOOKING FOR SOMEONE LIKE ME, YOU KNOW. ))
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If you're new to the dating game, or perhaps re- entering it after a number of years-- you're not alone in your confusion about the social rules of the '90s.
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((DR. KRISTI HOFFMAN/ROANOKE COLLEGE SOCIOLOGIST: WHAT A LOT OF PEOPLE HAVE TO DO TODAY THAT THEY DIDN'T, THEIR PARENTS DIDN'T HAVE TO DO, THEIR GRANDPARENTS DIDN'T HAVE TO DO, IS NEGOTIATE THESE THINGS LIKE, WHO PAYS, AND WHO ASKS WHO OUT, AND WHAT'S CONSIDERED AN APPROPRIATE WAY TO MEET SOMEONE. ))
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Doctor Hoffman teaches a marriage and family course at Roanoke College-- but she says the means of getting to that point have changed a lot over the last century.
The internet, personal ads, and videodating services are relatively new-- but Hoffman says the more traditional methods are still what lead most people to the altar.
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((DR. KRISTI HOFFMAN/ROANOKE COLLEGE SOCIOLOGIST: IN TERMS OF A LONG-TERM, MORE SERIOUS RELATIONSHIP LIKE MARRIAGE, IT SEEMS PEOPLE ARE STILL MEETING IN THE OLD- FASHIONED WAYS-- THAT'S THE BEST WAY. IN OTHER WORDS, THROUGH YOUR SOCIAL NETWORK, THROUGH FRIENDS, THROUGH FAMILY, THROUGH WORK, THROUGH SCHOOL. ))
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But personal ads are still popular in this area.
Scott Burton is in charge of the classifieds section at the Roanoke Times.
Burton says 25 to 30 new ads come in each month.
And 80- percent of those placing ads are men.
Not surprisingly, he says there's a 10- percent increase in in the number of print and voice mail personals around Valentine's Day.
But sometimes editors find themselves in a position similar to CHAPERONES.
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((SCOTT BURTON/THE ROANOKE TIMES: WE HAVE TO WATCH IT BECAUSE THEY'RE WANTING TO PUSH THE ENVELOPE WITH SEXUAL SUGGESTIONS WITH SOME INAPPROPRIATE COMMENTS. SO, THAT NEGOTIATING PROCESS OF WHEN THEY CALL, OFTEN IS, WE'RE HAVING TO TONE IT DOWN JUST A LITTLE BIT. ))
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((KIMBERLY MCBROOM/NEWS 7: BUT IF YOU STILL HAVEN'T FOUND THE LOVE OF YOUR LIFE IN THE PERSONAL COLUMN, YOU CAN GO FOR A MORE HIGH- TECH APPROACH-- THE INTERNET. TOMORROW, WE'LL INTRODUCE YOU TO A WOMAN WHOSE ROMANTIC CHATS ON THE INTERNET TOOK HER ALL THE WAY TO NEW ZEALAND. KIMBERLY MCBROOM, NEWS 7. ))
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Still to come on the newscast, a controversy could tarnish Canada's first gold medal of the Olympics,
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and we'll hear how this year's games are inspiring local young people to hit the ice.
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[Olympics]


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A Canadian Snowboarder is waiting anxiously to hear if he have to give back his Olympic Gold Medal.
Jonathan Freed has the latest from Nagano.
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[Ice-Skaters]


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The U-S Men's Hockey team has visions of Olympic gold as it takes the ice tonight in Nagano, Japan.
David Johnson caught up with some of the area's youth hockey enthusiasts, some who hope to have golden futures.
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Ask any child interested in hockey or any winter sport and the answer is obvious...THE OLYMPICS ARE WAY COOL!!
Members of Roanoke Valley Youth Hockey say the games are attractive for numerous reasons.
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((IT'S FASCINATING AND THERE'S A LOT OF HITTING AND YOU CAN WATCH IT BECAUSE IT'S FUN TO WATCH.))
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BUTT/BUTT/BUTT
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((I LIKE ALL OF THE DIFFERENT VARIETIES OF SPORTS AND HOW THEY'RE PLAYED.))
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BUTT/BUTT/BUTT
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((HOCKEY, WELL BECAUSE IT'S FAST. THEY SKATE FAST AND THERE'S A LOT OF GOALS. ))
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((I LIKE THE LUGE WHEN THEY GO REALLY FAST. IT SEEMS VERY FASCINATING AND THE SNOW BOARDING IS REALLY COOL.))
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Women's ice hockey is making it's debut at the games this year.
Some say that is carving a path for other young ladies who dream of olympian gold, but don't want to take up figure skating to prove themselves on the ice.
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((STACEY PARRISH/YOUTH HOCKEY PLAYER; MOST SPORTS THEY SAY THEY SHOULD ALWAYS BE FOR BOYS BUT I THINK GIRLS SHOULD HAVE THE ABILITIES TO DO IT, TOO.))
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Stacey is one of several girls in the Valley taking part in the Youth Hockey Program.
With the Olympics taking place in Japan, most of the live coverage means a late night of television watching.
That creates some difficult situations sometimes.
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((ROSE SHIFFLETT/PARENT; IT'S HARDER GETTING THEM UP THE NEXT MORNING THAN IT IS GETTING THEM TO GO TO BED. I KNOW MINE WANTS TO STAY UP AND WATCH EVERYTHING AND IT DOESN'T GO OFF TILL LATE. SO GETTING HIM TO GO TO BED, I USUALLY GO TO BED BEFORE HE DOES.))
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BUTT/BUTT/BUTT
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((TONY PARRISH/PARENT; SOMETIMES IT'S HARD TO GET OUR KIDS IN BED AT A REASONABLE TIME. A LOT OF TIME WHEN STUFF LIKE THAT HAPPENS, OUR KIDS JUST DON'T WANT TO GO TO BED. THEN THE MEXT MORNING WE HAVE A TOUGH TIME GETTING THEM UP.))
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[STAND-UP/-06:40:47] ((DAVID JOHNSON/REPORTING; SO OBVIOUSLY, THE OLYMPICS ARE A BIG HIT HERE WITH CHILDREN IN THE VALLEY. AND WHO KNOWS, MAYBE ONE DAY, YOU'LL SEE ONE OF THESE YOUNGSTERS SKATING FOR THE GOLD IN THE NEAR FUTURE. DAVID JOHNSON, NEWS 7.))
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hoops highlights from the Tech/ St. Bonneventure game as well as the UVA/ UNC game plus the latest action from Daytona but first, our extra point.
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[SUPER=04-NFL]

Cowboys Quarterback Troy Aikman has generously revamped his $50 million contract. By changing his base salary and signing bonus clause, he frees up about $1 million under the Cowboy's salary cap.
[SUPER=03-Los Angeles, CA ]

On to another type of football; soccer that is; Eddie Pope was named as the 1997 Honda Player of the Year. Pope earned this honor for his efforts on the US National team and as a defender for Washington's DC United.
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[S-Boo]


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[TAPE#VF97-2]
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Patrick Henry's "Boo" Battle was set to sign a letter of intent to attend Virginia.
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[SUPER=04-Friday Football Extra; :]


The 2 sport star is waiting for the football office to fax him the letter so he can sign it and make it official.
Battle is expected to play defensive end for the Cavaliers and he'll be reunited with some of his old buddies from P-H.
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((DEVON "BOO" BATTLE/UVA RECRUIT: ))
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[S-Martin]


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One note from the links. Casey Martin can ride in a golf cart on the PGA tour.
A federal magistrate in Oregon sided with the golfer in his lawsuit against the tour. Martin has a rare disorder that makes walking difficult.
The PGA says allowing him to ride in a cart gives Martin a competitive advantage over other golfers and tthe tour plans to appeal.

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Still to come; the starting line ups for the the twin 125's
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and Mike Stevens will continue his reports on just how tough making the 500 is gettting.
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[S-Daytona]


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The final big day of practice at Daytona hit the speedway today as many drivers continue to sweat out making the 500.
Mike Stevens has more.
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Terry Labonte will lead segment two of the twin 125's in his Kellogg's Cornflakes Chevrolet; here's a look at the rest of the field. [WIPE TO SECOND SET OF BOARDS!!!]
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[S-Tech]


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The Virginia tech Hokies traveled North to New York for an Atlantic 10 conference game against St. Bonnaventure.
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[SUPER=03-New York, NY/Hokies vs. Bonnies; :00]


Tech would come out of the gates hot as Eddie Lucas snaps the nylon with this shot for an early Tech advantage.
The Bonnies hung tough though; never letting the Hokies get out of reach. David capers hits the shot.
With Lucas clicking from the perimeter; Tech;s inside game was somewhat freed up, Russ Wheeler gets a look and finishes with the basket.
Lucas was on fire through most of the first half; watch the junior nail [SUPER=34-Virginia Tech/69/St. Bonnaventur

e/68;] the three pointer from the left corner to put tech up by 3. Virginia tech hung tough in the second half, Roland Roberts sdcores 23. tech woyuld take the game to overtime and would win thtis one 69-68.
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[S-UVA]


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Virginia would try and play giant killer last night against number one ranked North Carolina.
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[SUPER=03-Charlottesville/ESPN; :00]


The Tarheels started slow. Ademala Okalaja with the left handed shot that falls. 17-8; his team trailed.
UVa's Curtis Staples finds the range from the three point land after coming off the screen; 20 to 8 Cavaliers. He would go 5 for 8 from treyland for 15.
Norman Nolan was tough inside; [SUPER=34-North Carolina/60/Virginia/45 ;]

getting the hoop and the harm on the baseliner.
UNC's Antawan Jamison was cold in the first half but does collect this rebound and putback. Cavs led 33-26 at the half BUT North Carolina wins 60 to 45.
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[S-Corey]


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You've heard of Mr. October; How about Mr. January. It's Radford's Corey Reed.
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The Radford senior has won the AT&T long distance award for the most three pointers in NCAA men's division one basketball for games played in january.
During the month; the 6'6" forward averaged 4.6 three's a game. The Academic All-American is 9th in the nation in treys per game.
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