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  LDS Golfer Weir Closes Year With $1,000,000 Win
Pro golfer Mike Weir ended the PGA Tour season yesterday with a win in the WGC American Express Championship at the Valderama Country Club in Spain. Finishing at an 11-under-par 277, Weir picked up a $1,000,000 check and frustrated golf phenomenon Tiger Woods' attempt to earn an unprecedented $10 million and become the first player in 50 years to win 10 Tour events in a season.

  Speculation On Edwards Successor Shifts From Reid To Crowton
Philadelphia newspapers speculated for weeks on the possibility that Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid would become the replacement for BYU legend LaVell Edwards before Reid denied the possibility and put the rumors to rest. Now Chicago newspapers are speculating that Crowton is on the top of BYU's list. But unlike Reid, Crowton has admitted talking to BYU about the job.

  Three Brothers All on the Same Team
Dustin, Brock and Brett Ralph are brothers from Raymond family of six children. And they all play football for the University of Wyoming in Laramie, WY. In fact, the all happen to play receiver on the same team. And if that's not all, they share the same apartment, are majoring in education, and want to become teachers or coaches.

  LDS Church President, BYU to Honor LaVell Edwards in Final Home Game
Brigham Young University officials today announced Gordon B. Hinckley, President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, will be in attendance Saturday, Nov. 18 at Cougar Stadium to honor BYU head coach LaVell Edwards in his final home football game.

  BYU Women Advance To 3rd Round Of 2000 NCAA Women's Soccer Champs, Host Santa Clara At South Field
The no. 8th ranked BYU women's soccer team extended its record to 19-3-1, 6-0 last Saturday with a 5-0 shutout over Stanford in this year's NCAA Women's Soccer Championships. The Cougars advance to"Sweet Sixteen" round, hosting Santa Clara Saturday, Nov. 18, with a 1 p.m. kick off.

  Cougars Set For LaVell's Last Stand
After what will be a 15-day layoff, the Cougars return to action on Saturday, Nov. 18 in Provo, marking the final game in Cougar Stadium for legendary head coach LaVell Edwards -- his 360th overall. BYU (4-6, 2-3) will take on Mountain West foe New Mexico (5-6, 3-3), beginning at 4 p.m. (MST).

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