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Olympic Champ Gatlin Appealing Doping Ban

Posted: 01/22/2008 - Olympic sprint champion Justin Gatlin is appealing his four-year doping suspension in an attempt to return to the track for the Beijing Games in August.

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Hawks Suspend ZaZa

Posted: 01/22/2008 - The Atlanta Hawks suspended backup center Zaza Pachulia for Wednesday's game at Denver for "conduct detrimental to the team.''

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Heat to Become Shaq-less, Again

Posted: 01/22/2008 - Shaquille O'Neal will miss at least two weeks because of pain in his left hip and leg. It's another blow to the Miami Heat's dismal season.

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Every Team Has A Story: Lincoln High Wrestling

Updated: 01/22/2008 - It might not be the most popular sport, but it certainly ranks among the toughest. We're talking wrestling, and it's been a staple for success at Lincoln High for the past decade.

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Art Witters Recognized for His Amazing Coaching Career in Tallahassee

Updated: 01/21/2008 - He's known for coaching al over Tallahassee. Recently Coach Art Witters was recognized for his accomplishments with his induction in the FACA Hall of Fame. Witters' coaching roots in Tallahassee run deep starting at Florida High, then onto Godby where he led the Cougar football program to 22 straight victories and a couple state titles. Also, turned a hapless girls basketball program, and found success with the boys program. Led Deer Lake middle school to a city championship. This past year he just fell short of getting Chiles Football to their first playoff appearance ever.

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Hawks' Anthony Johnson suspended for 1 game for flagrant foul

Posted: 01/20/2008 - ATLANTA (AP) _ Atlanta Hawks starting point guard Anthony Johnson has been suspended for tomorrow's game against Portland without pay for committing a flagrant foul against Toronto's Jose Calderon on Friday.

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FAMU Women drop fifth straight game Saturday afternoon

Posted: 01/20/2008 - BALTIMORE, Md - The Florida A&M Women's Basketball team dropped a 60-48 Mid-Eastern Athletc decision to Morgan State, here Saturday afternoon here at Hill Fieldhouse. FAMU (9-6, 1-3 MEAC) dropped their fifth game in row, while MSU (9-6, 3-1 MEAC) picked up their second straight victory. The Lady Rattlers ended the first half shooting (6-of-20) 30.0 percent, while the Lady Bears shot (12-of-32) 32.7 percent. FAMU trailed MSU 36-25 at the break. For the game, FAMU shot (15-of-50) 30.0 percent, whereas MSU shot (21-of-57) 36.8 percent. The Lady Bears also edged the Lady Rattlers on the boards, 40-39. FAMU had two Lady Rattlers to finish in double figures with Joslyne Jackson leading the way with 13 points, while Q'Vaunda Curry added 11 points. Denise Tate led the Lady Rattlers in rebounding with seven boards. MSU's Jasmine Sellers led all scorers with a game high 17 points, while Corin Adams finished with 11 points. Brittney Griffin led the Lady Bears on the boards with nine rebounds. The Lady Rattlers will conclude their tour of Baltimore on Monday, when they take on Coppin State on Monday, January 21 at 5:30 p.m. in the Coppin Center.

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