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Go Figure

Sept. 22, 2003
Sept. 22, 2003

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Sept. 22, 2003

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Go Figure

Edited by Hank Hersch and Mark Bechtel

5
Straight season openers in which Arkansas running back Cedric
Cobbs, who missed most of the 2000 season because of shoulder
surgery, has scored a touchdown.

This is an article from the Sept. 22, 2003 issue Original Layout

5
Percent of NBA players who are gay, according to Magic star
Tracy McGrady in an interview with Stuff magazine.

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ERA of September call-up Jose Paniagua, who was released
by the White Sox after his only appearance, in which he retired
one Twin, surrendered four runs and flipped the home plate ump
the bird as he left the game.

18
Consecutive wins in 2003 for Mozambican 800-meter runner Maria
Mutola, who, by sweeping the six Golden League events, became the
first winner of a $1 million IAAF jackpot.

$309,000
Amount Georgia athletic boosters reportedly have spent
since 1998 to refurbish and maintain the home of athletic
director Vince Dooley.

15
Wins for Mariners righthander Gil Meche, who became the first
pitcher since Whitey Ford in 1953 to win that many games after a
two-year absence from the majors.