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Coming up on News 7-
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Governor Gilmore outlines a proposal to revive areas in Virginia that have historically thrived on tobacco.
Hundreds of football fans gather in Blacksburg to cheer on the Hokies.
And-- in New York the winner of the Heisman trophy is announced.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]

News 7 is next.

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[VO-NAT]


Governor Gilmore outlines a plan to bring economic prosperity to areas of Virginia that have historically prospered through tobacco.
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[anchor=Teresa]
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.

[Economic-Development]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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[WRITER=tha]
[TAPE#=99-44 1:16:34]
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The Governor's plans involve putting Virginia's share of the national tobacco settlement to work.... creating new economic opportunities for Southwest and Southside Virginia.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Richmond]


The Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission is responsible for distributing half of the state's share of the settlement.
Gilmore says he'll recommend the commission set aside nearly 70- million dollars.
[SUPER=03-Pittsylvania Co./July;]


Of that amount, nearly 53- million would go to colleges and universities located near areas that at one time thrived on tobacco.... but are now suffering as quotas continue to drop.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=My specific]

((MY SPECIFIC RECOMMENDATION INCLUDES NEARLY 10- MILLION DOLLARS TO ESTABLISH A NEW BIOTECHNOLOGY RESEARCH CENTER AND NEARLY TWO MILLION DOLLARS IN CONSTRUCTION OF TWO NEW BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES BUILDINGS AT VIRGINIA TECH.))
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[OUT Q=at virginia tech.]
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[VO-NAT]


The governor's proposal also includes funds for Longwood College, Radford University and several community colleges.

The governor would also like to set aside money to promote tourism.
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[in q=My]

((MY PLAN WOULD PROVIDE MORE THAN THREE MILLION DOLLARS TO MAKE THE INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS TO CONSTRUCT A LODGE AND HEMLOCK HAVEN CONFERENCE CENTER IN HUNGRY MOTHER STATE PARK AND 13- MILLION TO DESIGN AND BUILD A NEW FACILITY AT THE VIRGINIA MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY IN MARTINSVILLE.))
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The governor's proposals must be approved by the legislature before taking effect.

[Tech-Rally]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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Hokie mania was in full force in Blacksburg Tonight.
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[VO-NAT]
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Around a thousand fans turned out for a celebration rally in honor of the Virginia Tech Hokies.
For many fans it was a chance to congratulate the players and to cheer them on to the National Championship game in New Orleans.
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[SOT 16:17:04]
[IN Q=They've done so well]

((THEY'VE DONE SO WELL AND THEY'VE JUST TAKEN CARE OF EVERYBODY AND IT'S JUST NICE TO PAY BACK THE TEAM WHAT THEY'VE GIVEN US ALL YEAR. THEY'VE BEEN SO GREAT TO US AND WE'RE GOING TO BE NEW ORLEANS FOR THEM AND WE'RE GOING TO WIN))
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[SOT 16:22:50]

((WE WERE CELEBRATING THE TEAM'S SUCCESS AND ACTUALLY THE GOOD FORTUNE OF THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY IN RECEIVING ALL OF THIS NATIONAL ATTENTION))
[SUPER=01-Andrew Kates/Hokie Fan;]
[SUPER=01-Roger Hedgepeth/Blacksburg Mayor;]
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[VO-NAT]


The fans are just as excited as the team -- not to mention town officials who're also looking forward to hopefully winning the national championship.
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[Ticket-Scalping]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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32-hundred Tech students received Sugar Bowl tickets through the university's lottery system.
Now, the university is cracking down on students using the school's Internet system to re-sell those same tickets.

On Wednesday-- one university official who'd received complaints about the scalping sent notices to some students threatening judicial action.
The school's Internet system can NOT be used to make a profit.
Virginia and Blacksburg laws, however, do not forbid scalping.
[Toss-2-Andrew]
Time now to check in with Andrew Frieden in the weather center.
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[Toss back to anchor][State-Trooper]


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[WRITER=tha]
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A Virginia State trooper is in critical condition... after crashing his patrol car last night while pursuing a motorist.
Trooper Daniel Lee Williams was working a checking detail in Cumberland County-- when a driver turned around to avoid the check- point.
Williams was pursuing the vehicle... when, minutes later, he crashed his patrol car.
Rescue personnel say Williams was pinned beneath his car-- which was engulfed in flames.
Before today's tobacco-related newsconference -
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[VO-NAT]
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Governor Gilmore expressed concern for the trooper and his family.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=He has]

((JIM GILMORE: HE HAS A WIFE AND THREE CHILDREN, THE TROOPER AND HIS FAMILY ARE IN OUR PRAYERS TODAY AND WE HOPE THAT HE WILL RECOVER AND THAT HE WILL BE BACK AT DUTY AT THE EARLIEST POSSIBLE MOMENT BUT WE'RE VERY CONCERNED ABOUT HIM.))


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[OUT Q=about him.]
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Williams, who's from Stephens City, suffered third degree burns.


[81-Ax]


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An accident on Interstate 81 this morning, near the Ironto Exit -- sends four people to the hospital including an infant.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Montgomery Co.]


It happened around nine this morning in the northbound lane at mile marker 126.
State Police say the driver of this suburban was towing another vehicle.
The towed vehicle began to sway -- and the driver hit the brakes causing the suburban to flip on its top.
The accident backed-up traffic for about 3 miles.
All four people in the suburban were treated and released.
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[Firefighters]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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[WRITER=chr]
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The remains of all six firefighters killed in a warehouse blaze last week have been found.
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[SUPER=03-Worcester, MA]


Workers located the last victim's remains tonight.
Three bodies had been recovered since last night.
The six men died after two became lost in the blaze while looking for people they thought were trapped inside the abandoned warehouse in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Four other firefighters died trying to save their comrades.
Tonight's recovery marks the end of eight days of digging through rubble around the clock.
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[Tease1]
[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[writer=chr]
[NEWSCAST=11p]
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A worldwide caution tonight from the U- S State Department - that accused terrorist Osama bin Laden (oh-SAH'-muh bin-LAH'-din) may be threatening to strike again, during the holidays.
We'll have the story.
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[VO-NAT]


And - what's up with Bill Bradley?
The presidential hopeful speaks after he had to go to the hospital yesterday.
The latest, still ahead.
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[Terrorist-Threats]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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[WRITER=chr]
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Americans around the world are being advised to keep a low profile - and to avoid large gatherings during the holidays.
That's because the U-S State Department says there is "credible evidence" that terrorists could be planning to strike soon.
A U-S official says the threat is linked to Osama bin Laden (oh-SAH'-muh bin-LAH'-din).
He's accused of orchestrating last year's bombings of U-S embassies in Kenya and Tanzania.
The State Department issued similar warnings of potential terrorist threats in October and in November.



[Bradley]


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Presidential contender Bill Bradley says he's fit to run the country.
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The Democrat faced a barrage of questions today after an irregular heartbeat pulled him off the campaign trail, and into a hospital yesterday.
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The former basketball player says this kind of episode can occur if he fails to take his medicine.
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Bradley says the doctor says there are no other cardiac problems.

[House-Clerk]


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Democrat Bruce Jamerson will continue to serve as clerk in the House of Delegates--- even though Republicans will

assume control of the House next month.
The Republican Caucus decided today that keeping Jamerson would provide stability as they make the transition from Democratic to Republican leadership.
The job pays 117-thousand dollars a year, and some Republicans had suggested they reward one of their own with the post.


[Tease#2]

[HARD MUSIC UNDER]
[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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A gas leak brings a stop to some traffic in the Roanoke Valley today.
We'll have details.
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[vo-nat]
Plus - we visit the birthplace of one of Virginia's native sons - who grew up to be called Mr. President.
Stick around.
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[Gas-Leak]


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A gas leak temporarily closed down a road and two businesses in Roanoke County this afternoon.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.]


It happened around noon behind Audiotronics near Tanglewood Mall.
Fire officials say a construction worker was digging when he hit a gas line - causing it to rupture and leak natural gas.
Part of Starkey Road was blocked off for safety reasons.
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[SOT2:54:19]
[IN Q=An outside]

((AN OUTSIDE GAS LEAK CAN BE JUST AS DANGEROUS AS ONE ON THE INSIDE. YOU SHOULD ALWAYS TREAT IT AS SERIOUS AS YOU CAN CAUSE IT CAN DEFINITELY BE A PROBLEM IF NOT TREATED PROPERLY))
[SUPER=01-Bat. Chief Steve Poff/Roanoke Co. Fire Dept]
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[VO-NAT]


It took about an hour before the road was re-opened.
No one was injured.
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[Food-Needy]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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[WRITER=jsu]
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Some workers in our area helping the needy this holiday season -- all in the spirit of giving.
Joy Sutton has the story.
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(( For the past 15 years the Gardner family has been delivering boxes of food to needy families in the Roanoke Valley during the holiday season.
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((DANN GARDNER:I THINK ONE OF THE THINGS THAT'S IMPORTANT TO ME AND MY WHOLE FAMILY IS THIS GIVES US AN OPPORTUNITY TO HELP SOME FOLKS WHO REALLY NEED HELP AND THE BOX OF FOOD IS SOMETHING THAT CAN SUSTAIN THE FOLKS THAT GET THIS. THEY USE ALL THE FOOD))
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The Gardners have joined dozens of other General Electric Employees and Retirees and their families in distributing 350 boxes filled with 36-thousand pounds of food to the elderly and less fortunate.
And this holiday gift is something Venice Blair says she definitely needs.
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[SOT 2:47:43]
[IN Q=I don't get out]

((VENICE BLAIR: I DON'T GET OUT BUT ONCE A MONTH AND GO TO THE STORE AND GET A LITTLE BIT OF STUFF, I'M ON SOCIAL SECURITY AND I DON'T GET TOO MUCH OF THAT, PAYING HOSPITAL BILLS AND THINGS))
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Inside the boxes are a variety of non-perishable food items -- and enough food to last for several weeks.
Much of the food was donated by local merchants -or purchased from money given by more than 30 businesses.
This holiday giving is a tradition for General Electric employees - dating back 37 years.
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[SOT2:40:58]
[IN Q=Every year we]

((DICK STANFIELD/GE EMPLOYEE: EVERY YEAR WE TRY TO DO SOMETHING FOR THE COMMUNITY. THE FOLKS HERE ARE VERY BLESSED AS YOU WELL KNOW, AND WE JUST WANT TO HAVE SOME OUTREACH TO FAMILIES AND THE PEOPLE IN THE VALLEY WHO NEED SOME HELP))
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GE employees hope this is one tradition that continues for years to come.
Joy Sutton, News 7.))






[Woodrow-Wilson-Museum]


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He's remembered for being the 28-th president of he United States.
And Woodrow Wilson has roots, right here in Virginia.
In this week's "Time Off", a trip to Wilson's birthplace in Staunton.
Kimberly McBroom has the story.
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(( The Reverend Joseph Wilson and his wife, Jesse lived here for only a couple of years....but that was long enough for an event that would forever make it a national historic landmark.
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[SOT 11:53:16]

((LUCINDA EDDY/MUSEUM EDUCATION DIRECTOR: IT WAS NOT UNUSUAL TO HAVE THE MAIN BEDROOM FOR THE OWNERS OR THE HEAD OF THE FAMILY ON THE MAIN FLOOR. AND IT IS IN THIS ROOM THAT WOODROW WILSON WAS BORN ON DECEMBER 28TH, 1856. AND I'D LIKE TO POINT OUT HIS CRIB, WHICH IS ORIGINAL AND HE WAS PUT INTO THIS CRIB AFTER HIS BIRTH.)) [RUNS:20]
The house was built in 10 years BEFORE Wilson's birth as a Presbyterian manse.
Much of the furnishings are period pieces...many originals from the Wilson family.
The formal parlor reveals they were musical, as well as spiritual.
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[SOT 11:35:23]

((LUCINDA EDDY/MUSEUM EDUCATION DIRECTOR: IN THE EVENING, THEY WOULD HAVE PERHAPS HAD THEIR DEVOTION AND READ FROM THE BIBLE, WHICH AGAIN I'LL POINT OUT ON THE TABLE. THEY WERE ALSO A VERY MUSICAL FAMILY AND ENJOYED SINGING HYMNS OR PLAYING THEM ON THE PIANO.)) [RUNS:13]
Entertaining was often done in the dining room, where meals could take as long as three hours.
During the years after the Wilson family left Staunton, Woodrow grew into an avid scholar.
Located next door to the birthplace, the Wilson museum follows him through his college years and his eventual rise to President of Princeton University.
And it was his public speaking and leadership qualities that spurned him on to a political career-- first becoming the Governor of New Jersey and eventually, the President of the United States.
Wilson's two terms were primarily marked by the creation of the Federal Reserve Act and World War One.
Despite all of his worldliness, historians say Wilson never learned how to drive.
Instead, he was chauffeured in this 19-19 Pierce Arrow limo-- at no more than 25 miles an hour.
During his later years, Wilson was able to make a final visit to his hometown...
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[SOT 12:25:58 ]

((LUCINDA EDDY/MUSEUM EDUCATION DIRECTOR: THAT VISIT WAS MADE IN TIME FOR HIS BIRTHDAY ON DECEMBER 28TH IN 1912. HE ACTUALLY SPENT THE NIGHT IN THE MANSE. HE MADE A SPEECH ON THE CAMPUS OF AUGUSTA FEMALE SEMINARY AND THE WHOLE TOWN TURNED OUT. THE STREETS WERE LIT UP AND THERE WAS MUCH FANFARE AND A HUGE PARADE FROM THE TRAIN STATION RIGHT UP TO THE OLD PRESBYTERIAN MANSE ITSELF. SO, WILSON DID HAVE ONE ADDITIONAL OPPORTUNITY TO SPEND THE NIGHT IN THE MANSE, SOMETHING HE'D NOT DONE SINCE HE WAS 10 MONTHS OLD AND HIS FAMILY LEFT STAUNTON. )) [RUNS:36]
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[SOT Standup 12:47:52 ]

((KIMBERLY MCBROOM/NEWS 7: 87 YEARS LATER, WOODROW WILSON'S BIRTHDAY IS BEING REMEMBERED AT AN ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE HERE AT THE BIRTHPLACE AND MUSEUM. IT'S ON DECEMBER 28TH FROM 10 UNTIL 4. KIMBERLY MCBROOM, NEWS 7, STAUNTON.)) [RUNS:11]))
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If you'd like to take your own tour of the birthplace and museum, check out the directions first on our website at W-D-B-J-7-DOT-COM.
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Cash 5:
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Lotto:
3-6-9-24-34-42

(three, six, nine, twenty-four, thirty-four, forty-two)


Kicker:
9-7-1-8-2-6

(nine, seven, one, eight, two, six)


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Cave Springs J.J. Reddick threw in 27 points to lead Cave Spring to a 66 to 48 win over Northside.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Knights vs Vikings; :]


Virginia coach Pete Gillen was in town checking out this county rivalry.
The Vikings came out hot Sam Fertitta gives the sweet pass to Jeremy Newman and he hits the bucket as Northside takes the early lead.
But it wouldn't last long as Reddick takes the John Hartman pass and slices through the defense with the left hand basket.
The Vikings work the run and gun as Brad Miller gets the layup and draws the foul for the three point play.
[SUPER=33-Cave Spring/66/Northside/48/;]


But the Knights were too much as Ron Mickens throws up the alley oop to Tyler Lumsden and Cave wins it 66 to 48.


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[S-TECH]


[ANCHOR=ROY]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=SP-46 TC 1:25:43]
[GRAPHIC=TECH]


The Virginia Tech-Liberty men's basketball game took a backseat to the Hokie football team yesterday.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg;]


At half time coach Frank Beamer received the Big East Coach of the Year Trophy and the team took possession of the conference championship cup.
The loudest cheer of the day was for defensive end Corey Moore who invited the crowd down to New Orleans for the Sugar Bowl--the final step in Tech's national championship march.
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[IN Q=all of you]
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[vo-nat]
The Tech basketball team put on a show as well. The ball ends up in Tony Dobbins' hands and the shot is good for two.
Liberty kept the game in reach. Carl Williams makes the steal then weaves his way down the court for the score. He had a game high 22 on the day.
Hokie Jon Smith finds the ball under the hoop. The Slam gives Tech the seven point advantage.
[super=33-Liberty/62/Virginia Tech/61;]


But the Flames cook the Hokies 62-to-61. Tech is four and three. Liberty ups its record to six and one.
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[S-Radford]


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[WRITER=rst]
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The Radford Highlanders pulled off another big win this week knocking off James Madison yesterday at the Dedmon Center.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Radford/HTS; :]


It's the season opener for the Highlanders.
But the Dukes come out and hit behind the line Jabari Outtz gave J-M-U the early lead.
Radford then kicked it outside Rian Everett hits the three pointer and the Highlanders trailed by 7.
The next trip up the floor Freshman Mike Hornbuckle nails the three and the Dukes lead was cut to four.
J-M-U answered when David Fanning hits the jumper making the score 21 to 15.
[SUPER=33-Radford/69/James Madison/67/;]


Then watch this play Correy Watkins gets out on the break with the no look pass to Jason Williams and Radford wins the game 69 to 67.
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((THAT'S IT FOR SPORTS. HAVE A GREAT DAY EVERYBODY.))




[S-Duke]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=rst]
[TAPE#=SP-52 (53:07)]
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Duke freshman Carlos Boozer scored 25 grabbed 10 rebounds to lead the Blue Devils to a 104 to 97 win over Michigan.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Ann Arbor, MI/CBS SPORTS; :]


The Blue Devils have dominated the Wolverines.
Michigan came out running after the steal Jamar Crawford lays it in for the score to tie the game at 52 to 52.
Duke comes right back Shane Battier gets out of the break after a Michigan miss and throws down the jam for two of his 22.
[SUPER=33-Duke#14/104/Michigan/97/;]


Boozer dominated the last 10 minutes of the game here getting the jam and Duke wins the game 104 to 97.
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[S-College]


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[VO NAT]
[SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA/FOX WEST; :]


Wake Forest was in Atlanta today for a game with the Bulldogs.
In the second half, The Demon Deacons Broderick Hicks takes it coast to coast for the layup giving Wake a two point lead with 8 seconds left in the game.
But Georgia gets it to Adrian Jones, he nails the three pointer at the buzzer and the Bulldogs knock off 18-th ranked Wake Forest.
And here are tonight's college scores. [WIPE TO MOTION]
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[Sports Tease]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=rst]
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And coming up, The Express loses on the road, Ron Dayne runs away with the Heisman.
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[VO-NAT]


And college football's longest winning streak ended today earning Rowan a trip to the Stagg Bowl next weekend in Salem.
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[S-Heisman]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=rst]
[TAPE#=SP-53 (59:48)]
[GRAPHIC=College Football]


Ron Dayne is the 1999 Heisman Trophy winner by a 2 to 1 margin in the voting.
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No freshman has ever won the award but Virginia Tech Quarterback Michael Vick was third in the voting.
Vick, the Big East Offensive player of the year, said all along that an upperclassman deserved the award this year.
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Dayne broke Ricky Williams' rushing record this season finishing with a career total of 1-thousand 834 yards on 303 carries a 6 yard average.
And he becomes the second Badger to win the award.
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Georgia Tech's Joe Hamilton was second Drew Brees was fourth and Marshall's Chad Pennington fifth.
Virginia's Thomas Jones was 8-th in the voting.




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Rowan ended college football's longest winning streak beating Mount Union 24 to 17 to earn a spot in the Stagg Bowl next Saturday at Salem Stadium.
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The Purple Raiders winning streak ends at 54 games.
Mount Union trailed by 7 until Chuck Moore catches this pass and takes it in from 15 yards out to tie the score at 17 to 17 in the second half.
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Rowan scored the winning T-D in overtime Jason Frabasile taking it to the zone giving Rowan the 24 to 17 win.
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Rowan will face Pacific Lutheran 49 to 28 winners over Trinity in the Stagg Bowl.


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Joe Murphy scored the only goal as the Express loses on the road to Richmond 3 to 1.
Roanoke will continue its three game road trip tonight at Trenton. ((VIRGINIA TECH RECEIVES ITS BIG EAST AWARDS AT THE CASSELL YESTERDAY. MORE WHEN WE RETURN.))



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