Scott Ostler

San Francisco Chronicle

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It won’t be long before the  College Football Playoff Committee  will decide who plays in the Rose Bowl and the Sugar Bowl, on the way to establishing this year’s national champion.

College Football Playoff

It won’t be long before the College Football Playoff Committee will decide who plays in the Rose Bowl and the Sugar Bowl, on the way to establishing this year’s national champion.

from To the Point

Last night,  Barry Bonds did it  before hometown fans, breaking  Hank Aaron 's long-standing record of 755 career home runs.

Bonds Breaks Aaron's Record

Last night, Barry Bonds did it before hometown fans, breaking Hank Aaron 's long-standing record of 755 career home runs.

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