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There may not have been one play that illustrated Ian Book had his mojo back more than the throw he made to Lawrence Keys in the third quarter Saturday against Navy.

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DUNCAN, Okla. – The police clock read 9:55 a.m. Monday when a 911 caller reported an unidentified man and woman, walking calmly from the money center in Walmart to enter their parked car, suddenly were shot to death through the windshield.

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Three weeks ago, people were asking for Brian Kelly to be fired and Ian Book to be benched. Three wins and two dominating performances later, those people have been silenced.

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Two weeks ago, a young fan celebrating his birthday at the All Elite Wrestling Dynamite show in Charlotte, North Carolina, was pulled from the crowd after the broadcast concluded and ushered into the ring with the Young Bucks – brothers and tag team partners Matt and Nick Jackson – and several other wrestlers.

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The most important advice the Indianapolis Colts could follow this week comes from the most popular fashion statement in the locker room this year: Run the damn ball.

The Tea Party marks its ninth anniversary since it packed Congress with 40 of its members in 2010. Its elected officials' campaigns across the nation were premised on lowering the national debt, downsizing federal authority, and strictly interpreting the U.S. Constitution. The Tea Party has not accomplished all three promises.

Before Sunday night, the last time Indiana was ranked in the Top 25 in football, Bill Clinton was president, the sitcom Friends launched on NBC and Boyz II Men topped the music charts.

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