Monday, November 17, 2008

Presspass - Sports Edition

PressPass - Sports

News Press Pass
Commercial Real Estate
Subscribe to the Post & Courier
Place a Classified Ad
Clemson holds off Temple to win inaugural event

Clemson put on a dazzling display of 3-point shooting in the first half Sunday against Temple, but in the end, it was defense that enabled the Tigers to take home the Charleston Classic championship trophy after a 76-72 victory at the Carolina First Center. "I'm very pleased with winning the tournament here," said Clemson coach Oliver Purnell. "It's always nice when you can go home with the hardware. Temple is an excellent ball club. I thought our pressure and our depth kind of wore them down some and we were able to get a working margin. It was our defense and our rebounding that told the story."

Ground control keeps Lions winless

CHARLOTTE â€" Jake Delhomme was eager to make up for the worst game of his career. He settled for handing off to his two dynamic running backs.

Cowboys knock off Redskins

LANDOVER, Md. â€" Tony Romo celebrated the go-ahead touchdown pass by bouncing up and down like a little kid and patting teammates on the back with his left hand, carefully avoiding any further damage to his heavily wrapped right pinkie.

Cougars stave off late rally

All's well that ends well. The College of Charleston watched a 20-point second-half lead dwindle to five, but recovered in time to finish off Texas Christian, 86-75, Sunday night in the Charleston Classic at Carolina First Arena.

DB Holloman's commitment good sign for Gamecocks

Following his team's 50-point loss to Florida, South Carolina football coach Steve Spurrier lamented the obvious talent difference in the teams, but pointed out that with the 2009 class his staff is compiling, he believes help for his team is on the way.

The Post and Courier
134 Columbus St.
Charleston, SC 29403

This message was sent to

Post a Comment
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Popular Posts