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Power Outage Delays Start Of Monday Night Football

If you were ready for some football Monday night — too bad. The aptly named Candlestick Park in San Francisco lost electricity twice — causing a Monday night football lighting malfunction. The game started 20 minutes late due to darkness, and the second quarter blackout lasted almost as long.
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Sports: Patriots Vs. Tebow's Faith; Bonds Sentenced

Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos face Tom Brady and the Boston Patriots; will angels on high find it hard to choose? Also, an NFL wide receiver is cut for drugs, selling, not using. Plus, Barry Bonds will have to spend a month in his mansion under house arrest. ESPN's Howard Bryant talks with host Scott Simon about the week in sports.
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Barry Bonds Under House Arrest Plus Probation

Former Major League Baseball star Barry Bonds was sentenced to 30 days of house arrest and two years probation on Friday for his federal conviction of obstruction of justice. NPR's Tom Goldman reports.
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McQueary Testifies At Sandusky Hearing

Penn State assistant football coach Mike McQueary testified in the Jerry Sandusky child abuse case Friday. McQueary has said he witnessed Sandusky sexually molesting a boy in a Penn State shower. For more, Melissa Block talks to NPR's Jeff Brady.
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After Postponed NBA Season, A Flurry Of Trades

With a compressed season due to a contract dispute, the NBA has seen a flurry of big trades in the past two weeks. Lynn Neary talks with sportswriter Stefan Fatsis about where players are — and aren't — going.
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Tebowmania: Why Is The Quarterback So Popular?

The Denver Bronco's phenom quarterback Tim Tebow will put their six-game winning streak to the test Sunday — when they take on the New England Patriots. Here's a look at some possible explanations for Tebow's success and popularity.

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