SPORTS NEWS FOR THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 2004
Reds' hall won't open on time
There will be no Reds Hall of Fame and Museum this summer, and even September looks like a long shot. Sometime in 2005 is when it will probably be opened.
After slipping on ice, Vander Wal's season in doubt

No. 8 UC 80, E. Carolina 57
Despite appearing uninspired for much of the game, the University of Cincinnati Bearcats cruised past East Carolina Wednesday night 80-57.
Whaley better, but believes he can improve

Daugherty: Teams better off with luck, not logic
The more you're around pro jocks and coaches, the more you realize they're not much smarter about their games than you are. You see this every time Deion Sanders asks an inane question or Troy Aikman offers another tribute to the obvious.

Elder's Glatthaar is bound for Bearcats
Prolific Elder tailback Bradley Glatthaar has committed to the University of Cincinnati and will play football under first-year head coach Mark Dantonio next season.

Musketeers 'give up' in rout
After two seasons of running roughshod through the Atlantic 10 Conference, Xavier University is finding out what payback feels like.

Sports today on TV, radio
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SUPER BOWL
Don't overlook Panthers WRs
HOUSTON - Carolina plays good defense and special teams and likes to run the ball on offense.
Teams healthy, hitting their strides
HOUSTON - The Patriots practiced for 90 minutes in pads Wednesday at the Houston Texans' indoor facility next to Reliant Stadium. Weekend rains forced them from outdoor fields at Rice University.
PREP SPORTS
Finneytown hands first CHL loss to No. 4 Madeira
The Finneytown boys closed the game on an 8-2 run to hand Madeira, ranked No. 4 in the Enquirer Divisions II-IV coaches' poll, its first loss in Cincinnati Hills League action, 54-51 Wednesday.
BASEBALL
Wrigley may get historical landmark tag
CHICAGO - Wrigley Field is closer to landmark status after a Chicago City Council committee unanimously approved a plan that would declare the ballpark a landmark but still allow some changes.
COLLEGE SPORTS
Hanover too much for Mount men
Derrick Jones led Mount St. Joseph with 11 points, but the Lions couldn't overcome Hanover in a 56-44 loss Wednesday night.
No. 5 Kentucky 71, Mississippi 61
LEXINGTON - Kentucky finally got stronger as it played longer.
Big night may be big boost for Barbour
LEXINGTON - Antwain Barbour clanged a 3-pointer on his first shot Wednesday, then blew a layup and was 0-of-2. A here-we-go-again sigh leaked from the crowd.
RedHawks hang on for victory
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. - Juby Johnson scored 17 points to lead the Miami RedHawks to a 51-48 overtime win over Marshall Wednesday night.
Badgers keep share of Big Ten lead
COLUMBUS - Devin Harris made five of seven 3-pointers and scored 29 points to lead No. 17 Wisconsin to a 69-57 victory over Ohio State Wednesday night, keeping the Badgers tied for the top spot in the Big Ten.
NFL
Ex-Packers GM Wolf will assist Cleveland
CLEVELAND - Former Green Bay Packers general manager Ron Wolf said Wednesday that he has accepted a job with Cleveland as a personnel specialist.
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