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Vigier shines again in goal for Rays

South Carolina goalie Bobby Goepfert joked after the Stingrays' win Sunday night over Mississippi that if Ian Vigier continues to play this well, the ECHL's top goalie might be out of job. Maxime Lacroix and Jeff Corey each scored two goals and Vigier stopped 31 shots to lead South Carolina past Mississippi, 4-1, before a crowd of 3,632 at the North Charleston Coliseum.

USC must address the QB question

COLUMBIA â€" For South Carolina, it's another year that ends with more questions than answers. The 7-6 season, and the three-game losing streak to close it, makes the Gamecocks' puzzle look incomplete as football coach Steve Spurrier now looks toward his fifth season at USC.

Tigers eye leadership, playmakers

There's little doubt that head coach Dabo Swinney brought a renewed enthusiasm to the Clemson football program since taking over in October. But emotion can only take a team so far.

Baltimore's big plays too much for Miami

MIAMI â€" The Baltimore Ravens had Chad Pennington spinning, ducking, on his heels and on his back. When he did manage to get a pass away, they were often there to snatch it.

Surging Philadelphia handles Minnesota

MINNEAPOLIS â€" All but forgotten as a postseason contender just one month earlier, Andy Reid, Donovan McNabb and the Philadelphia Eagles have a playoff win. Next up: the Super Bowl champions.










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