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University of Montana Football Posts $3.3 Million Profit

The University of Montana's football team posted a $3.3 million profit in the fiscal year that ended in June 2012, while rival Montana State University posted a $1.15 million profit.

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Texas Tech's Ryan Bustin kicks the game-winning field goal vs. Minnesota.
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Surprising Blowouts, Late Game Drama Highlight Second Week of Bowl Season

It was another exciting week in college football, with four of this last week’s bowl games being decided in the final minute or overtime.

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Nets Fire Coach

NEW YORK (AP) — Coach of the month in November, out of a job by New Year's.

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Manning’s Comeback Journey Will Go Through Hawaii

NEW YORK (AP) — After missing all of last season and them moving from Indianapolis to Denver, Peyton Manning is headed back to the Pro Bowl.

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U of M Forward Mathias Ward Named Player of the Week

University of Montana forward Mathias Ward and Weber State guard Jordan Richardson have been named the Big Sky Conference's co-players of the week.

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2 Firefighters Shot and Killed at Scene of Fire in Webster, N.Y.; Gunman Dead (UPDATED)

UPDATE 4:07 p.m. EST: Authorities have identified the gunman as William Spengler, an ex-convict who spent 17 years in prison for murdering his 92-year-old grandmother in 1980.

Spengler was paroled for the crime in 1998.

Police also have not located Spengler's 67-year-old sister, who lived in the house with Spengler.

Authorities also report that a total of seven houses were destroyed in the blaze.

UPDATE 12:40 p.m. EST: Police chief Gerald Pickering says that the gunman, who was killed at the scene, either by police or from a self-inflicted wound, may have set a trap for first responders.

UPDATE 12:15 p.m. EST: The Associated Press is reporting that the gunman who killed the two firefighters is also dead. His body was found at the scene. The names of the two deceased firefighters, according to the Democrat and Chronicle, are Mike Chiapperini, 43, a volunteer firefighter and the Webster Police Department’s public information officer, and Tomasz Kaczowka. The names of the wounded firefighters are Joseph Hofsetter and Theodore Scardino.

Early Monday morning two firefighters were shot and killed when responding to a call in Webster, New York, just outside Rochester. After the firefighters arrived at 191 Lake Road, an unknown shooter fired at them as they left their truck, killing two of them and wounding two others. The wounded men are at a nearby hospital; one is in stable condition, the other is in guarded condition.

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Fourth Quarter Drama Highlights First Week of College Bowl Games

The first week of bowl games is in the books and, while we all know these games are just appetizers for the big games to come, the BCS games will be hard-pressed to match some of the excitement we’ve already seen.

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10 Unique Missoula Christmas Gifts

If you’re looking for a gift this year for the true Missoulian, or if you’re just looking to ship a little Missoula to someone for Christmas, then look no further. We have put together a list of gifts that are unique to Missoula and Western Montana

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Steroids Loom in Major-College Football

 

WASHINGTON (AP) — With uneven testing for steroids and inconsistent punishment, college football players are packing on rapid weight without drawing much attention from their schools or the NCAA.

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Are the 2012 New York Jets the Biggest Disaster the Sports World Has Ever Seen? — Sports Survey of the Day

There probably isn't a team in the NFL with more drama than the New York Jets, and this year, they've reached new dramatic heights.

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