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Wednesday, January 04, 2006

Sports - January 04 2006

Welcome back, 'Eers
Sugar Bowl champs will return 75 percent of their players next season

WVU represented its conference well
The Mountaineers standing up for their conference's stature as a college football big boy

Rodriguez wants his team to be a perennial power
Jack Bogaczyk column

Slay shines on defense and offense in State win
Former Beckley player limits Millersville guard to 11 points and also scores a career-high 15

How other papers reported WVU's big victory

Cougars still searching for the right mix
Capital coach uses 10 players in team's 54-53 victory over St. Albans

Winfield boys and Charleston Catholic girls get wins
High school basketball roundup

Osborne is learning from one of the best
Teays Valley Christian guard uses lessons he has learned from Poca coach

Top of the Second
Charleston women lose for first time

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