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Several NFL Teams Switch Quarterback Starters

Injury and ineptitude forced several NFL teams to make a change of quarterback this week. Minnesota, Oakland and Washington all have new starters at the position. But the change that has most football fans talking is in Denver. Robert Siegel and sportswriter Stefan Fatsis talk about the NFL — and the Rugby World Cup.
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Big Bucks Compromising Athletes' Education?

The president of the NCAA is meeting with the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics on Monday. Commission Co-Chair Brit Kirwan tells Michel Martin that efforts to commercialize college sports have generated enormous revenues, and that is endangering the integrity of higher education. He adds that a large portion of that money is going into coaches' salaries.
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Kinsler Steals Second, And Rangers Take Game 2 In St. Louis

The second game of the World Series came down to the ninth inning Thursday night, as the Texas Rangers used base hits, sacrifices and a stolen base to beat the St. Louis Cardinals, 2-1. The series is now tied, 1-1.
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Rangers Beat Cardinals 2-1 To Tie Series 1-1

The World Series is tied up thanks to some late-game drama in St. Louis Thursday night. The Texas Rangers scored two runs in the ninth inning to beat the St. Louis Cardinals 2-to-1. Before the rally, the Cards appeared to be headed for their second straight win.
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World Series Opener: Cards Beat Rangers 3-2

The St. Louis Cardinals won the first game of the World Series Wednesday night. On a chilly, wet evening in St. Louis, the Cards scratched out the 3-2 win over the Texas Rangers. It was a dramatic, hard-fought beginning to what promises to be a close series.
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Cardinals, Rangers Face Off In World Series

This year's World Series match-up puts the St. Louis Cardinals against the Texas Rangers. If history is any guide, there's only a small chance the series will go to seven games.

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