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Inside: The Week In Sports

College Football
Notre Dame's problems on offense run so deep that an 0--8 start isn't out of the question • New coordinator has Tulsa's wide-open attack clicking

High School Football
Dominguez's Maurice and Marquis Simmons are the youngest of seven sibling linebackers • Miami Northwestern ends Southlake Carroll's winning streak

The Browns' scoring explosion shows there's hope in Cleveland beyond Brady Quinn • Favre learns to play it safe • Dr. Z's Forecast: 'Boys keep rolling

Paul Westhead's high-octane offense helped transform Diana Taurasi and the Mercury into unlikely champions • Four players to watch next season

Better coaching, deeper talent and a commitment to women's teams have brought parity to the World Cup • The women's pro league is a mixed blessing

Auto Racing
His first Cup win stamps Clint Bowyer as a title threat • Favorite tracks ahead for Martin Truex Jr. • A better start to the Chase this season for Kyle Busch

NUMBERS DON'T LIE The figures on the scoreboard told the story as the two winningest programs in the history of college football tangled last Saturday at the Big House.


Photograph by John Biever