Inside: The Week In Sports

December 03, 2007

The NFL
The Chargers thump Baltimore and may have finally put last season behind them. Peter King: David Garrard's mistake-free play carries the Jaguars

High School Football
No. 1 Northwestern (Miami) rolls into the regional final. No. 3 South Panola (Batesville, Miss.) avoids an upset with a 14-point fourth quarter

The NHL
The Capitals hope new coach Bruce Boudreau will turn around the team's season. Three youngsters have the Rangers back in winning form

College Basketball
Good news, bad news from the early-season tournaments. St. Mary's could challenge Gonzaga in the WCC. Troubling signs at Michigan State

NOSE TACKLE
Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers takes one in the kisser from his own chin strap after sneaking for a first down on Sunday in Qualcomm Stadium. Rivers was not hurt on the play and had the last laugh, throwing for 249 yards and three touchdowns in a 32--14 win over the Ravens.

PHOTOPhotograph by Peter Read Miller

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