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Stories from Sunday, October 14, 2007

How Indiana High School football teams fared (10/14/07)
AP Indiana High School Football Top 10 Teams By The Associated Press How The Associated Press Top 10 Indiana high school football teams fared: Class 5A 1. Center Grove (8-1) lost to Warren Central 28-21. 2. Penn (9-0) beat S. Bend Adams 10-7. 3. Carmel (7-2) lost to Indpls Ben Davis 28-27...
Ohio State rises to top of polls (10/14/07)
By RALPH D. RUSSO AP College Football Writer NEW YORK -- Ohio State has risen -- all the way to No 1. A day after the top two teams in the AP Top 25 lost, the Buckeyes jumped two spots Sunday in the media poll and became the third school this season to hold the No. 1 ranking...
Indiana punishing Sampson over improper recruiting calls (10/14/07)
By MICHAEL MAROT AP Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana coach Kelvin Sampson will not receive a $500,000 raise and his team will lose one scholarship for next season after violating NCAA-imposed sanctions on phone calls, the school announced Sunday...
Weis considers starting Sharpley over Clausen Saturday (10/14/07)
By TOM COYNE AP Sports Writer SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Notre Dame might use its third starting quarterback of the season when the Fighting Irish face No. 13 USC on Saturday. Coach Charlie Weis said Sunday he had not decided whether to stay with freshman Jimmy Clausen, who has started the past five games, or switch to junior Evan Sharpley, who has rallied the Irish (1-6) in the second halves to pull Notre Dame close against Purdue and Boston College...
Reds go outside organization to hire Baker (10/14/07)
By JOE KAY AP Sports Writer CINCINNATI -- By hiring Dusty Baker as their next manager, the Cincinnati Reds have made a pronounced change in philosophy, turning to an outsider to run the team for the first time in 18 years. The last time they did it, they won a championship...
Gordon continues march towards fifth title (10/14/07)
By JENNA FRYER AP Auto Racing Writer CONCORD, N.C. -- There was a time not too long ago when Jeff Gordon wondered if he'd ever win another race. His personal life was in shambles, and a long losing streak had the four-time series champion doubting himself for the first time in his storied NASCAR career. The wins were few and far between, and the consistent title contender had turned into a perpetual also-ran...
Indians tired but tied after extra inning win (10/14/07)
By TOM WITHERS AP Sports Writer CLEVELAND -- Equally exhausted and exhilarated, the Cleveland Indians stumbled home looking for their postseason pillows. Sleep was at a premium Sunday after a late, late night out in nippy New England. The Indians were tired, for sure...
Brady's big day leads Patriots to rout (10/14/07)
By The Associated Press IRVING, Texas -- Tom Brady threw a career-high five touchdown passes, with Donte Stallworth taking the final one 69 yards to break open a tight game in the fourth quarter as the New England Patriots won 48-27 on Sunday in a rare battle of teams with 5-0 records...