SPORTS NEWS FOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2004
From cursed to first
So what time today do the pigs fly? Anything is possible, now that the Red Sox are champions. In 2004 AD, and 86 AB (After Babe), and 377 days AAB (After Aaron Boone), the Red Sox won a game 3-0 to storm to their first World Series title since 1918.
Dr. Frankenstein helped build title
Building winner in Boston
Ramirez proves valuable
Cards have wide fan base
Red Sox romp big hit for TV
World Series photo gallery

Turning corner is up to corners
The Bengals didn't blitz more Monday night against Denver. It just looked that way.
Lewis: Block must be examined by the NFL
ONLINE EXTRAS
24 Photos of Monday's game
Mark Curnutte blog
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DESKTOP WALLPAPER
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Wild fanStorm Trooper

Faith is integral part of his game
It's 3 p.m., time for the start of basketball practice at the University of Cincinnati. The players are making their way onto the court at the Armory Fieldhouse on this Friday afternoon, but one is missing.

So far, so good for Kearns
Encouraged by Austin Kearns' progress at third base during an Instructional League stint that ended Friday, the Reds are making plans to continue the experiment through the offseason.

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COLLEGE SPORTS
Spurrier's return to Florida by no means a lock
GAINESVILLE, Fla. - All the trophies Steve Spurrier brought to Florida still line the hallways inside Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. Six Southeastern Conference championships, two Heismans and a national title.
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