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Most states keep prep steroids a local issue

Updated: 07/07/2007 - After several months of investigating how to solve the problem of steroids in high school sports, a task force has essentially given up. A spokesman said the group found that steroid testing programs are costly and would probably bring lawsuits.

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Summitt coaches the boys

Updated: 07/07/2007 - Lady Vols head coach Pat Summitt spent time in Clarksville on Friday coaching her son Tyler's AAU basketball team.

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UT freshman Lynne Lane blazes to Pan Am Juniors gold medal

Posted: 07/07/2007 - University of Tennessee freshman Lynne Layne rocketed to victory Friday in the 100-meter dash at the Pan American Junior Athletics Championships, becoming the second Lady Vol to claim that title for the United States in the past three seasons.

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Alabama self-reports secondary violations

Posted: 07/07/2007 - Alabama has self-reported three secondary N-C-double-A violations in football since October 16th, 2006. The school is also preparing a report on coach Nick Saban's recent contact with recruits that might have broken the rules.

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Jason Witten's mother accused of theft

Posted: 07/05/2007 - The mother of Dallas Cowboys' tight end Jason Witten was arrested today in Elizabethton on charges of stealing about 55-hundred dollars from a bank account that was not hers.

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Smokies Nip Braves 2-1

Updated: 07/04/2007 - For the Smokies, it's their third straight one run win.

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Three Vols Earn Academic All America Honors

Posted: 06/26/2007 - Tennessee track athletes Jangy Addy, Jeff Day and Chris Helwick were named to the ESPN The Magazine All-America men’s track and field/cross country team Tuesday. The team is voted on by members of College Sports Information Directors of America.

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Gators AD Lands 11-Year Deal Worth $1.2 Million Per Year

Posted: 06/25/2007 - Florida Athletic Director Jeremy Foley, who hired Basketball Coach Billy Donovan and Football Coach Urban Meyer, is getting a big raise following the school's third national championship in 12 months.

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McCarthy Stays On Top at Knoxville Open Presented by Food City

Updated: 06/23/2007 - Kyle McCarthy is not concerned with winning this week. Sure, he would take the $85,500 winner’s check at the Knoxville Open presented by Food City . Of course, his ultimate goal is to get into ‘The 25’ and join the PGA TOUR next year. But after a second-round 70 put McCarthy at 10-under-par with a one-stroke lead, the 24-year-old rookie is happy to make the cut and get himself into contention for the first time on the Nationwide Tour this season.

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McCarthy opens Knoxville Open with his best round of 2007

Updated: 06/22/2007 - Playing in Only his third ever Nationwide Tour event and after not playing a practice round at the Fox Den Country Club Course, alternate Kyle McCarthy tied a course record with a 64 to lead after one round of the 2007 Knoxville Open.

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Holliman Throws No-Hitter in 3-0 Win

Posted: 06/22/2007 - Tennessee Smokies pitcher Mark Holliman no-hit the Huntsville Stars in game 1 of a double-header at Smokies Park on Thursday night as the Smokies won 3-0. An appreciative, early arriving crowd cheered Holliman (7-5) as the last batter was retired, and greeting him with a standing ovation during the post-game celebration.

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Colts Peyton Manning Hands-Out Yearly Scholarship Award On UT's Campus

Updated: 06/21/2007 - Kara Leann Seat, an honors graduate of Christ Presbyterian Academy from Nashville, Tenn., has been named the 2007 recipient of the Peyton Manning Scholarship. The scholarship has been awarded annually since 1998 to a first-year student participating in UT's Honors Program in honor of Manning, the former Vols signal-caller, co-captain and 1997 All-America selection.

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