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October 28, 2013

NJN/am for Monday, October 28

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Sports: Knotted again. The World Series is tied at two games apiece after the Boston Red Sox got a 4-2 victory Sunday night at St. Louis. Johnny Gomes provided the big blow for the Sox with a three-run homer in the sixth inning. The game ended with the Cardinals' Carlos Beltran at the plate with pinch-runner Kolten Wong on first,only to see Wong picked off by pitcher Koji Uehara. David Ortiz was 3-for-3 for Boston, scoring twice. Game 5 is tonight at Busch Stadium; ironically, Monday Night Football takes place just a few blocks away as the Rams host Seattle – tickets can be had for the football game for as low as five bucks, says ESPN... College football: Ducks pass Seminoles. The BCS rankings are out, and Alabama still sits at the top by a wide margin. But Oregon has moved into the crucial second spot, passing Florida State. Ohio State and Stanford round out the top five, while Missouri drops to ninth after its double-overtime loss to South Carolina, and Auburn moves up to 11th on its lopsided win over Florida Atlantic.

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