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Inside The Week in Sports


Iowa's Steve Mocco is the best of the heavyweights at the NCAA
finals--Oklahoma State climbs back on top

Horse Racing

Empire Maker has emerged as a Derby favorite--Four prep races
will sort out the field for Churchill Downs

College Football

Former Florida passer Brock Berlin bids to become Miami
quarterback--Five more high-profile transfers


Joe Dumars's latest feat: rebuilding his old team in his
image--Syracuse's Anthony could go third in the draft


Flyers take wing with instant offense from newcomer Tony
Amonte--Bruins make a late coaching change

Motor Sports

Bristol winner Kurt Busch positions himself for a run at the
points title--Who is NASCAR's most reckless driver?

COLOR PHOTO: PHOTOGRAPH BY DAVID EULITT/KANSAS CITY STAR CLAWS AND EFFECT In one of the biggest upsets of the NCAA wrestling championships last week, unseeded Shane Cunanan of West Virginia (dark singlet) decisioned second-seeded Zack Esposito of Oklahoma State 3--1 in the second round of the 141-pound competition. Cunanan went on to finish sixth in his division. The bear was just visiting, emblazoned on one of eight mats on loan to Kemper Arena in Kansas City, Mo.