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Illinois sitting on three-game skid with No. 9 Michigan State up next
Peoria Journal Star Mon, 30 Jan 2012 20:08 PM PST
Michigan State senior Draymond Green can score. Just ask Gonzaga. He put up 34 on the the Bulldogs in a Spartans win. But Green can also do the other things. For example, Green had only eight points against Purdue, but the powerful forward finished with 12 rebounds and seven assists in a victory over the Boilermakers. “Not to give him too much credit, but it’s been an MVP season for him,” said ...

Chavez Jr vs. Rubio: Middleweight Champ Packs Too Big a Punch for Rubio
Bleacher Report Mon, 30 Jan 2012 20:06 PM PST
It's hard enough going up against Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. When you are giving up nearly 20 pounds, it's darn-near impossible. Chavez, who is undefeated in 46 fights, has 31 knockouts to his name. Most recently, he scored a fifth-round TKO against Peter Manfredo Jr. in November. His competition on Saturday, veteran Marco Antonio Rubio , is an experienced fighter with plenty of knockout power, but ...

Nick Castellanos Still Fits into the Detroit Tigers' Plans Going Forward
Bleacher Report Mon, 30 Jan 2012 20:06 PM PST
It's official: slugger Miguel Cabrera will be manning the hot corner at Comerica Park in 2012. The batting champ will take over third base after the signing of Prince Fielder created a need for Cabrera to relocate on the field. While this means that fans probably won't see a lot more of third baseman Brandon Inge, most aren't too concerned by this, considering the veteran is seemingly nearing ...

Political contributions for city candidates starting to pile up
Lubbock Avalanche-Journal Mon, 30 Jan 2012 20:05 PM PST
All of the declared candidates for this year's Lubbock City Council elections agree it costs way too much money to run a campaign.

Pythons apparently wiping out Everglades mammals
Pioneer Press Mon, 30 Jan 2012 20:05 PM PST
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - A burgeoning population of huge pythons - many of them pets that were turned loose by their owners when they got too big - appears to be wiping out large numbers of raccoons, opossums, bobcats and other mammals in the Everglades, a study says.

LOS ANGELES - Carpool-driving parents are "inconsistent" about using booster seats - child safety restraints designed ...
Pioneer Press Mon, 30 Jan 2012 20:05 PM PST
LOS ANGELES - Carpool-driving parents are "inconsistent" about using booster seats - child safety restraints designed for kids who are too big for forward-facing car seats but too small for a regular seat belt to fit them properly - researchers said Monday in the journal Pediatrics.

BYU AD Holmoe praises hoops fan support, but condemns actions of St. Mary's game
Provo Daily Herald Mon, 30 Jan 2012 20:03 PM PST
On national television, facing the most important night of the West Coast Conference slate, BYU lost a game while too often Cougar students lost their cool.

Louisville women taking it a game at a time
Louisville Courier-Journal Mon, 30 Jan 2012 20:00 PM PST
The University of Louisville women's basketball team takes a three-game winning streak into today's Big East Conference game at DePaul. But coach Jeff Walz isn't getting too far ahead of himself.

Salman Rushdie: I will not die like Hitchens and Havel
Yahoo! News Mon, 30 Jan 2012 19:57 PM PST
"A few [people] responded to Hitchens' [and] Havel's deaths by telling me that I, too, will die soon. Sorry, folks, but my plan is to live forever." -- Salman Rushdie, the author and novelist, in a message to his Twitter followers after the deaths of fellow writers Christopher Hitchens and Václav Havel. Hitchens died Thursday; [...]

China has room for stimulus: IMF
Sin Chew Jit Poh Mon, 30 Jan 2012 19:55 PM PST
WASHINGTON, January 31, 2012 (AFP) - China could easily boost domestic consumption to stimulate its economy if its slowdown is too sharp, the International Monetary Fund said Monday.

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