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Players says drug testing deal reached; Selig to join talks

Click To Enlarge Baseball players said the union agreed to a drug-testing deal Tuesday, while commissioner Bud Selig planned to join the talks and teams began pushing back flights to prepare for a strike. The sides met three times Tuesday, holding two-on-two discussions instead of trading formal proposals among the full negotiating committees.




Safin outlasts cramping Kiefer

Click To EnlargeFor four muggy hours Tuesday at this wearying U.S. Open, 2000 champion Marat Safin and Nicolas Kiefer traded big serves and crackling strokes to the point of exhaustion. By the end, both were cramping. Kiefer barely could walk, his body contorting in pain. The second-seeded Safin, not known for his mental toughness on court, kept his head in the game when he really needed to and had just enough energy left to win the first-round thriller 6-3, 4-6, 4-6, 6-4, 7-6 (4).




O-line critics out of line, Tenopir says

Click To EnlargeYes, Milt Tenopir says, quarterback Jammal Lord was forced to scramble out of trouble more than he would have liked to see against Arizona State. No, Tenopir said, all the blame shouldn't fall on the offensive line. The Nebraska line coach stood up for his players Monday, saying that harsh criticism of the line after Saturday's 48-10 victory is unjustified.


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