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by: Associated Press — NBC Sports 29 Sep
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by: https://www.facebook.com/SFChronicle/ — San Francisco Chronicle 28 Sep
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by: HOWARD FENDRICH — The Washington Times 28 Sep
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by: HOWARD FENDRICH AP Sports Writer — Wisconsin State Journal 28 Sep
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by: Scott Allen — Washington Post 28 Sep
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by: Stephen G. "Ghost" Mears — Talk Nats 28 Sep
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