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Ex-Dallas fan relishes game with Cowboys
ENGLEWOOD -- Jarvis Moss was a typical youngster growing up in north Texas, rooting for the Dallas Cowboys and plastering posters of their players on his bedroom walls.

Rockies can't gain ground on D-backs
DENVER -- Arizona traded for Adam Dunn to boost its offense. With Randy Johnson on the mound Tuesday, the Diamondbacks didn't need many runs.

Buff catches bad break
You get the feeling Jason Espinoza would have been fielding punts using only his left arm if the doctors allowed him to practice.

Romo focused as Cowboys break camp
OXNARD, Calif. -- Tony Romo was signing autographs Tuesday before the Dallas Cowboys' final practice in California when somebody handed him a helmet.

College football notebook: Aug. 13
Mizzou tight end sidelined two weeks

Barry: Dave's plan for Olympic domination
BEIJING -- The Olympic Games are not about winning or losing. The Olympic Games are about improving international friendship and understanding, by which I mean: winning.

New gold standard
A daily double. Michael Phelps swam into history as the winningest Olympic athlete ever with his 10th and 11th career gold medals -- and five world records in five events at the Beijing Games.

It's Smith's time to step forward for Buffs' defense
Jimmy Smith has the confidence of an experienced and proven starting cornerback.

Shedding pounds, Holland practices
ENGLEWOOD -- Montrae Holland was winded, rusty and a step slow -- and he couldn't have been happier. He'd much rather be a pulling guard than pushing a sled.

CSU's starting QB job goes to Farris
FORT COLLINS -- Colorado State senior Billy Farris was picked to be the Rams' No. 1 quarterback to start the season.