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. no more unbeatens: Saints hand Falcons first loss. 5C


Sprint cup

Brawl, new Chase leader: Just a day of racin'

From left, Bowyer and Gordon crash sets off fight; Keselowski on top. 9C

Monday, November 12, 2012 , Section C | 


NFC SOUTH W L T PCT. div. next
Falcons 8 1 0 .889 1-1 vs. Cardinals
Bucs 5 4 0 .556 1-1 at Panthers
Saints 4 5 0 .444 2-1 at Raiders
Panthers 2 7 0 .222 1-2 vs. Bucs

Bengals 31

Giants 13
Vikings 34

Lions 24
Saints 31

Falcons 27
Ravens 55

Raiders 20
Cowboys 38

Eagles 23
Texans 13

Bears 6
Titans 37

Dolphins 3
Patriots 37

Bills 31
Broncos 36

Panthers 14
Seahawks 28

Jets 7
49ers 24

Rams 24

coverage, 4-5C

Davies powers to Legends win

Laura Davies, playing in her first Legends Tour event, wins the Open Championship at Innisbrook. 9C

K-State, Oregon in BCS command

The Wildcats and Ducks, 1-2 in the BCS standings, are on course to meet for the national title. 2C

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