Sports Writer, Associated Press
AP sports writer based in Syracuse covering Orange hoops and football, NASCAR at Watkins Glen and Montreal, pro golf, and winter sports in Lake Placid. Go Habs!
slate.com — Bob Dylan's music, it's often said, happens in a world of its own-where the highway is for gamblers and you're always 1,000 miles from home. It's a surreal, ethereal realm, lawless but for chance, allusion, and rhyme. And yet it is our world, because there's another, parallel tendency in Dylan's...
boston.com — US Representative Edward J. Markey, the Democratic nominee for the US Senate, reduced his federal tax rate to under 20 percent over the last eight years by taking large deductions, including about $9,000 a year in work-related deductions.
blogs.buffalonews.com — This is our WORKING list of the college destinations of Western New York's student-athletes in the Class of 2013. WORKING means we are working on it and will be working on it. We've gathered a lot of names, but we know we still have some more research to do and we're likely missing many names from many sports.
syracuse.com — Syracuse released its post-spring depth chart on Thursday, and it included two notable position changes. Redshirt freshman tight end Ron Thompson, a four-star recruit out of Michigan, has moved to defensive end, where he's currently on the second-team behind Robert Welsh and Micah Robinson.
summergames.ap.org — MOSCOW (AP) - Sochi's anti-doping director says 2,500 drug tests will be conducted at next year's Winter Olympics, about 350 more than at the 2010 Games in Vancouver.Alexei Slautin, head of Sochi's anti-doping section, said in a statement Thursday on the Russian Sports Ministry's web site that another 600 tests are planned for the Paralympics.The World Anti-Doping Agency says 2,149 tests were done at the previous winter games.In all, the Sochi Games will have 13 doping control stations - 10 at competition sites and three in the athletes villages.
sportingnews.com — It was near the end of a press conference to formally announce his return to USA Basketball for the next series of major competitions-the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympic Games-that Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski made a largely unrelated but far more compelling comment about his future.
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