News for Sunday, March 28, 2010


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With four holes left to play after rain postpones Bay Hill, leader Els tries to win second straight

Ernie Els closes in his second PGA Tour win a row, while Fred Couples win his third straight Champions Tour event on Sunday, become the first in the history of that pro golf tour to do so.

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NASCAR, Indy races postponed until today

Both the IRL and NASCAR races will go off today within two hours of each other after rain postpones the events Sunday.

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Malzahn: Auburn's QB competition shaping up

Auburn offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn is already impressed by his quarterback play in the Tigers' opening spring practices.

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Pierre's win against Hardy highlights UFC 111; Carwin KOs Mir, will face Lesnar next

Georges St. Pierre wins a decision against Dan Hardy in their welterweight title fight, while former college football player Shane Carwin knocks out Frank Mir, setting up a summer showdown with big, bad Brock Lesnar for the heavyweight crown.

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Duke dunks Baylor in final minutes, back in Final Four

Nolan Smith has the game of his life, scoring 29 points in Duke's 78-71 win against Baylor in the Elite 8 on Sunday, getting the Blue Devils back to its first Final Four in 2004.

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Spartans sink Vols, advance to another Final Four

Michigan State sinks two free throws in the final seconds against Tennessee on Sunday as the Spartans get back to their second consecutive Final Four.

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FSU's reward? UConn

Courtney Ward leads Florida State past Mississippi State on Sunday in the NCAA Tournament's Sweet 16, though now a matchup with 36-0, No.-1 ranked UConn looms next.

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SW Georgia duo finishes fourth in state four-ball championship

Phil Rouse and Jon Ladson take fourth overall Sunday in the GSGA Four-Ball Championship, doing so from the second flight.

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Deputy retiring after 34 years

Dougherty County Sheriff Kevin Sproul and former sheriff Jamil Saba honor Col. Lee Shiver for more than three decades of service in the Albany area.J.D. Sumner, government writer

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Georgia women routed, 73-36, in Sweet 16 by Stanford

Stanford's still headed for a rematch with UConn after destroying Georgia in the Sweet 16 late Saturday night.