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RADIOTROY/SUBWAY SPORTSPAGE JANUARY 17

          BOYS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL – NCC/AREA Muncie Burris 75 Winchester 61   MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL Iowa State 68 #8 Texas Tech 64 #14 Auburn 85 Texas A&M 66 Kansas State 74 #20 Oklahoma 61 #21 Houston 69 SMU 58 #23 Iowa 89 Penn...

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WHAT TO LOOK FOR – CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

HIGH OCTANE OFFENSES: On Championship Sunday, the Super Bowl LIII participants will be decided. In the NFC, the LOS ANGELES RAMS take on the NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (3:05 PM ET, FOX) while the NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS travel to Arrowhead Stadium to face the KANSAS CITY...

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BUTLER TRAVELS TO DePAUL TONIGHT

BUTLER RELEASE GAME 18: Butler (10-7, 1-3 BIG EAST) at DePaul (10-5, 2-2 BIG EAST) Wednesday, Jan. 16; 8:30PM (Eastern; 7:30PM Central/Chicago) Wintrust Arena; Chicago, Ill. TV: FS1 - @LisaByington and Stephen Howard (@Stephen_Speaks) RADIO: 107.5FM, 1070AM, TuneIn...

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PURDUE POUNDS RUTGERS

PURDUE RELEASE #BoilerNotes Purdue improved to 11-6 overall and 4-2 in the Big Ten with an 89-54 win over Rutgers … Purdue has won five of its last six games and is now 4-2 (or better) in Big Ten play for the fourth straight season. Purdue improved to 12-1 all-time...

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RADIOTROY/SUBWAY SPORTSPAGE JANUARY 16

            BOYS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL-NCC/AREA Logansport 69 Lewis Cass 58 Marion 73 Anderson 58 Ansonia 57 Union City 45 Liberty Christian 100 Union Modoc 51 Rushville 52 Union County 49   GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL-NCC/AREA Mount...

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HEY…WANT TO CHECK OUT THE GAMES WE HAVE BROADCAST? HOW ABOUT PLAYER AND COACH INTERVIEWS? HERE THEY ARE!!!!!!!!

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1999: Up by 10‚0 early, the Jets committed six turnovers, including four fumbles, and lost the A.F.C. championship game to the Denver Broncos, 23‚10, at Mile High Stadium. It was the closest to the Super Bowl the Jets got under Coach Bill Parcells in his three seasons with the team.

1915      According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the American League franchise will now be known as the Indians, replacing the nickname the Naps – a change necessitated due to the departure of player-manager Napolean Lajoie to the Philadelphia A’s. Team owner Charles W. Somers asked the city’s baseball writers for help, and with the feedback of their readers, the scribes selected the team’s new moniker to honor former Cleveland Spider player Louis Sockalexis, the first Native American to play in the major leagues.

1983      Bob Horner and the Braves come to terms on a $6 million, four-year deal, with an additional $400,000 in bonuses if he keeps his playing weight under control during the season. The agreement calls for the Atlanta third baseman to be weighed every Friday during home stands, and if the scale doesn’t exceed 215 pounds, he will receive a $7,692.31 incentive per weigh-in.