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Unbeaten Northwestern is off to strong start

Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald is happy to be 3-0, though he sees no cause for celebration yet.
General Mills sets ambitious goal for greenhouse gas cuts

...Powell said."They're setting a big audacious goal, which is going to be good for the business long-term," said Eric Olson, a senior vice president at Business for Social Respon si bility, a nonprofit that works with more than 250 companies...
Coaching debuts: Riley heartbreak trumps Harbaugh hype

LINCOLN, Neb. - Jim Harbaugh won all the hype. But heartbreak? Well, Mike Riley took that one.
BYU stuns Nebraska on last-second desperation heave

LINCOLN, Neb.- Freshman backup Tanner Mangum heaved a 42-yard touchdown pass to Mitch Mathews on the final play of the game and Brigham Young stunned Nebraska 33-28.
Cavaliers dethrone Commodores as college baseball champs

OMAHA, Neb. - OMAHA, Neb. - Pavin Smith homered and drove in three runs and Brandon Waddell turned in another strong performance, leading Virginia over Vanderbilt.
Gators eliminate Hurricanes from College World Series

OMAHA, Neb. - Harrison Bader led off the game with the first of Florida's four home runs and the Gators knocked Miami out of the College World Series.
Cavaliers advance to CWS finals rematch against Commodores

OMAHA, Neb. - Kenny Towns drove in three runs and Josh Sborz pitched four innings of shutout relief as Virginia defeated Florida 5-4 on Saturday night to set up a College World Series finals rematch against Vanderbilt.
Vandy coach doesn't like timing of MLB draft

OMAHA, Neb. - No one is happier than coach Tim Corbin that three first-round draft picks are on Vanderbilt's roster. Corbin is not happy, however, about when those picks were made.
TCU senior finally gets an NCAA Tournament win, beating LSU

OMAHA, Neb. - Preston Morrison limited LSU to five hits and a run in seven innings, and TCU capitalized on LSU starter Jared Poche's stunning middle-inning struggles in a 10-3 victory.
Batters pay for not being in box on time

DES MOINES, Iowa - The reality of baseball's new pace-of-play rules hit the Oklahoma City Dodgers' Matt Carson in the top of the sixth inning Friday night when he was down 0-1 in the count before he even saw a pitch.