September 25, 2000
Enforcers must find new roles
Marty McSorley's trial symbolizes a new attitude toward violence in hockey.
Another goalie is injured
BRANDON -- The Lightning's goaltending situation took another turn for the worse Sunday when Evgeny Konstantinov complained of a sore upper back and sat out practice.
Harper pitches two-hitter for his first victory
Rookie righty dominates Toronto 6-0, damaging the Blue Jays' hopes to reach the post-season.
Healthy Wilson gets to his primary goal
TORONTO -- Once again tonight, Paul Wilson will take the mound with special handling. His Devil Rays bosses will watch him closely, likely limiting him to five or six innings, less if he's laboring at all.
Formula One returns in Grand fashion
Winner Michael Schumacher and one of the sport's biggest U.S. proponents celebrate.
Winston Cup notes
Leader's team not letting up on gas
Schumacher captures points lead
INDIANAPOLIS -- A heavy foot by David Coulthard and a fiery engine in Mika Hakkinen's car helped Michael Schumacher win the U.S. Grand Prix Sunday, his seventh victory of the season.
Large schools of gator trout are making their way through the passes looking for anything that resembles a bait fish.
Bowden: Cards 'want to hit your quarterback'
TALLAHASSEE -- Florida State quarterback Chris Weinke knew he didn't have the best of games Saturday against Louisville, and didn't make any excuses for his uncharacteristic performance.
Leavitt has more questions than answers
Talk about adding insult to injury.
Quarterback makes all the right calls
CORAL GABLES -- Maligned Miami quarterback Ken Dorsey is improving his decisionmaking -- on and off the field.
Spurrier ire directed at fourth-down conversions
GAINESVILLE -- Florida coach Steve Spurrier still wasn't happy with his defense after reviewing the tape of Saturday's 59-31 victory against Kentucky, but he had isolated the problem.
Leonard's drought finally comes to end with Texas Open win
SAN ANTONIO, Texas -- Justin Leonard told himself it would be okay if he didn't win the Texas Open. It wouldn't be the end of the world.
Chmura still hopes to return