Corker likes campaign's progress
(Local News ~ 09/03/06)
Former Chattanooga mayor Bob Corker, visiting the Celebration on Friday, said he believes his candidate for the U.S. Senate is going well. "It's outstanding," said Corker. "I love the energy of it." Corker, the Republican nominee, faces Democratic nominee U.S. Rep. Harold Ford Jr., whom he called "the most liberal member of the Tennessee delegation." He said his philosophical differences with Ford, and his background and experience, make him the best choice for the job...
NCS turnovers help Champs win easily
(High School Sports ~ 09/03/06)
The Cascade defense created seven turnovers and the homestanding Champions rolled to a 39-10 victory in their Region 5-A opener against Nashville Christian on Friday night. Things started out slow for the hosts as the offense went three-and-out on their first possession. Then, the Eagles held the ball for 13 plays as they drove from their own 45-yard line to the Cascade 1. But, two straight penalties forced Nashville Christian to settle on a William Berg 28-yard field goal...
Cutcliffe gives Vols new spark
(College Sports ~ 09/03/06)
KNOXVILLE -- It would be easy to heap the lion's share of praise upon offensive coordinator David Cutcliffe for Tennessee's resurgence against ninth-ranked California on Saturday. Few would argue after watching the Volunteers (1-0) reel off 514 total yards and dust off its big-play capability in a 35-18 victory over the Golden Bears at Neyland Stadium...
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