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Liberty Bowl notes: BYU brings baby boom to college football

When BYU's football team rolled in to Memphis the week, they brought along a lot of small children. About 40% of the team are "married-with-children."Go to Article
Tribune Calls ex-official on Mission

The current scandal in Salt Lake City over the 2002 Olympic Committee's bribes to get Salt Lake chosen as the site of the 2002 Olympic Games led a Salt Lake Tribune reporter to call an ex-Utah official on his LDS Mission.

Mormon Joe Germaine in the Sugar Bowl

Ohio State quarterback Joe Germaine led his team to victory in the Sugar Bowl on New Year's Day over Texas A&M, leaving his team at 10-1 and awaiting the results of Monday night's Fiesta Bowl to see if they might be considered the best team in the NCAA.

Mormon SLOC Official faces heat

Dave Johnson, a member of the LDS Church from Salt Lake, is under fire because of allegations of bribery. The acknowledgement by SLOC chairman Frank Joklik that payments had been made to six relatives of IOC members, sparked a controversy that is being called the biggest ethical crisis ever faced by the Olympic movement. And Johnson is the most likely person to be blamed.

Ex-bid panel member: Gifts common practice

Robert Hunter, said in regards to the gifts, that they stayed within the law. Every thing was done above board and every one treated the same.

A Mormon Standout at UCLA

Whenever a three point shot needs to be made Melanie Pearson is the one to count on. A member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, she says "The most important thing in my life is my religion."

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