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|Hottie of the Day
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|Monday Night Football
The Kansas City Chiefs have a revamped defense. They
hope that translates to a win at Invesco Field at
Mile High. Facing an AFC West rival on the road for
the second straight week, the Chiefs battle the Denver
Broncos on Monday night.
After the Chiefs finished 31st in total defense in
2004, they made numerous offseason moves, acquiring
cornerback Patrick Surtain, signing safety Sammy Knight
and linebacker Kendrell Bell as free agents and selecting
linebacker Derrick Johnson in the first round of the
2005 draft. So far, the moves have paid off as the
Chiefs have allowed just 24 points in winning their
first two games. But they have lost their last four
visits to Denver, allowing 34, 45 and 31 points in
the last three contests here. After dropping their
season opener at Miami, Denver rallied from an 11-point
halftime deficit last week in a 20-17 victory over
San Diego. Pro Bowl cornerback Champ Bailey, who suffered
a separated left shoulder in the opener, ignited the
rally, returning an interception 25 yards for a touchdown
in the third quarter. Jason Elam capped the victory
with a 41-yard field goal with five seconds remaining.
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by Gregg Monday
|Alonso wins Formula
Alonso must find something else to aim for in
Formula One. He became the series' youngest title
winner by finishing third in the Brazilian Grand
Prix on Sunday, having already been the youngest
race winner and pole position winner.
The Spanish 24-year-old and his Renault needed
only a podium finish in the Brazilian race,
which was won by Juan Pablo Montoya of McLaren-Mercedes.
"I am the youngest champion in Formula
One and now I need to find new targets because
this one is done," Alonso said. "This
is very important for me, my friends, my country
and my family.
In 2003, he became the youngest
to take a pole position in Formula One at 21 and followed
it with a race victory at 22 a few months later. Now
he is champion. "It was always a dream to win
the Formula One title, it's the maximum that I have
ever achieved in my life. "It was a dream come
true. For any racing driver it is."
on Formula 1 Racing - October 9th - The Japan GP Suzuka
by Dave Monday
|Jeter receives racist
star Derek Jeter is the latest athlete to receive a
threatening letter warning him to stop dating white
women. The letter was mailed to Jeter at Yankee Stadium
and called him a "traitor to his race," according
to a story in Monday's editions of the Daily News. It
warned him to "stop or he'll be shot or set on
fire," said a law enforcement source who the newspaper
did not identify. It was not clear whether the source
was speaking on condition of anonymity. Jeter, whose
father is black and mother is white, has been linked
with women of various racial and ethnic backgrounds
in New York's gossip columns.
the last three years, 60 similar letters have been
sent to professional black athletes and other well-known
black men across the nation, including civic and business
leaders. Those receiving the letters include Supreme
Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas, Miami Dolphins
defensive end Jason Taylor and the parents of tennis
player James Blake, according to the Daily News. Get
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by Dave Monday
|Presidents Cup - Final
Day - Singles Matches
his face awash in sheer joy over the biggest putt
of his life, DiMarco charged toward the cup and
then into the arms of the captain as the Americans
won the Presidents Cup, sending Nicklaus into
retirement as a winner with an 18½-15½
matches reached the 18th hole Sunday - the dramatic
birdie for Couples, a four-foot birdie by Phil
Mickelson to square his match with Angel Cabrera,
and DiMarco's winning putt over Stuart Appleby,
the biggest shot of a competition loaded with
''He is some competitor,''
International captain Gary Player said of DiMarco,
the American star at Robert Trent Jones Golf
Club by going 4-0-1 in his matches.
already said farewell to the majors this year
at an emotional British Open. He doubts he'll
be a Presidents Cup captain again, wanting someone
else to get a chance, so this likely was his
last time in the spotlight, and his last chance
to get a victory in this event.
Sunday's Singles recaps
Match 1 Justin Leonard def.
Tim Clark, 4 and 3 -- USA
Match 2 David Toms def. Trevor
Immelman 2 and 1 -- USA
Match 3 Retief Goosen def.
Tiger Woods, 2 and 1
Match 4 Kenny Perry def. Mark
Hensby, 4 and 3 -- USA
Match 5 Fred Couples def. Vijay
Singh, 1 up -- USA
Match 6 Mike Weir def. Scott
Verplank, 3 and 2
Match 7 Jim Furyk def. Adam
Scott, 3 and 2 -- USA
Match 8 Peter Lonard def. Stewart
Cink, 3 and 2
Match 9 Michael Campbell def.
Fred Funk, 3 and 2
Match 10 Davis Love III def.
Nick O'Hern, 4 and 3 -- USA
Match 11 Phil Mickelson and
Angel Cabrera, Halved
Match 12 Chris DiMarco def.
Stuart Appleby, 1 up -- USA
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by Q Monday
|Grand Tournament IV
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Stage 1 Qualifiers played daily at 11:30 and 12:30
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7:30, 8:15, 9:30, 10:30 (weekdays only) and 11:40
$100+8 Stage 2 Qualifiers played
daily at 2:30, 8:30 and 10:30 (weekends only) PM ET.
Level 1 SnG Qualifier
Prizes: 1st - $112+8 Level 2 ticket, 2nd - New $14+1
Level 1 ticket AND $5
Level 2 SnG Qualifier
Prizes: 1st - $1,000+0 ticket, 2nd - New $112+8 Level
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by Ciaran Friday