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Curry scores 32 points as Wildcats top Bulldogs

They were lined up outside the ticket office at McAlister Field House an hour before tip-off, eventually stuffing the old gym with the 10th-largest crowd it has ever held for a basketball game. After the game, kids waited outside the Davidson locker room with pens and posters at the ready, shouting "I love you, Steff!" and "He looked at me!" as they hoped for autographs.

Panthers need Tebow tune-up

CHARLOTTE â€" Cardinal rule of the NFL playoffs: You cannot lose to the Cardinals. The heavily favored Carolina Panthers got walloped Saturday night, falling 33-13 at Bank of America Stadium to a franchise playing a second-round postseason game for the first time since 1947. Yeah, that's right. Pre-Elvis. Pre-Eisenhower administration. The year Jackie Robinson broke into baseball.

Cougars back on track

The College of Charleston was hitting on all cylinders Saturday, or at least all the ones that mattered. The Cougars put forth their most balanced and efficient scoring effort of the season and cruised past Georgia Southern, 100-87, in front of a crowd of 3,718 at Carolina First Arena. "Everybody was connecting," said Charleston guard Andrew Goudelock, who led the Cougars with 18 points.

Comments sought on snapper-grouper regulations

NOAA's National Marine Fisheries Service is currently seeking public comment on Amendment 16 to the Snapper Grouper Fishery Management Plan for the South Atlantic. The deadline for comments is Feb. 23, 2009. Amendment 16 was approved by the South Atlantic Fishery Management Council in September 2008 for submission to the Secretary of Commerce.

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