SPORTS NEWS FOR FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2004
The point is still left to be made
The competition to replace injured Xavier point guard Dedrick Finn is fierce.

Night 'Hawks? Not at Miami
Columnist Paul Daugherty writes: It's 7 o'clock on a drippy Tuesday night in November. Are you going to the football game?

Cowboys again on the run
Dallas rediscovered its offensive identity last week in a 10-point win against Detroit.
Young Palmer isn't alone
UPDATED: Mark Curnutte blog
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Elder says pressure on Colerain
The annual Elder-Colerain playoff showdown is the talk of the high school football weekend, as Ohio teams begin postseason play tonight.
QBs Carey, Goodman will control matchup
Bottom line: These two teams are nearly identical
Weekend Preview: Ohio Top Games At A Glance


Playoffs haven't been kind to 10-0 Cougars
Conner quarterback Trevor Stellman has fond memories of the 1996 Conner team. He remembers it because he was the team's 9-year-old ballboy. He remembers it because it was one of his dad's best teams.
Game-tested Bluebirds primed for another run at a state title <
Weekend Preview: Kentucky Top Games At A Glance
Seniors had a big hand in turnaround

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NFL
Broncos' Lynch tastes a little of what Denver does to foes
DENVER - Before Denver safety John Lynch limped off the field, he started yelling toward the Atlanta huddle, upset that he got hurt on a block made 30 yards away from the play.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
It's all in a day's work
John Stocco, has emerged as a resilient quarterback for the Wisconsin Badgers. Stocco hasn't put up extraordinary stats, and he's not as well-known as the anchor of the Badgers' defense, lineman Erasmus James. He took timeout on Election Night to run the 2-minute drill with the Enquirer's Dustin Dow.
Enough points to go around
MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Eric Shelton scored his fourth touchdown with 37 seconds left, and No. 14 Louisville held off Memphis 56-49 on Thursday night.
UK freshman Woodyard a bright spot
LEXINGTON, Ky. - It would be easy to understand if Wesley Woodyard felt a little overwhelmed.
Extra Points
AUTO RACING
Crew chief Eury there when Earnhardt needs him
Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s career was just taking off when his father was killed in 2001, leaving a big void in the youngster's life.
NBA
Bobcats score first but fall in home debut vs. Wizards
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Primoz Brezec fought through a double-team, spun to his left and sank a layup for a 2-0 lead.
OTHER SPORTS
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Singh two strokes off lead
ATLANTA - Vijay Singh went 15 holes without a birdie. He missed half his fairways and a half-dozen putts inside 12 feet. And when he walked off the 18th green Thursday at the Tour Championship, he was right where everyone expected him to be.
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