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By Eric Immerman
Washington Post Staff Writer
Monday, November 22, 2004; Page D2

MONDAY

SPORTSCENTURY: EMMITT SMITH

He's currently a member of the Arizona Cardinals, but in the hearts and minds of football fans everywhere, the NFL's all-time leading rusher will forever be affiliated with ALF and his fight for long distance savings. [ESPN, 12:30]

_____ Monday Morning_____
 Winky Wright
A look back at the weekend and a look ahead at the coming week's action with a fresh new edge.

Norman Chad's Couch Slouch
Starting Lineup
The Chat: Former "Baywatch" actress and swimmer Alexandra Paul
Two-Minute Drill
7 Days

_____ The Quote _____
"I thank Shane Mosley. Without him, I'd still be fighting on ESPN, in West Virginia."

-- Winky Wright (48-3), after beating Mosley in a rematch and retaining his WBA and WBC 154-pound titles Saturday night.

_____ The Monday Morning Poll _____
With NBA suspensions handed down and criminal investigations proceeding, the Friday night brawl involving the Indiana Pacers, Detroit Pistons and Auburn Hills, Mich., fans is having major repercussions in sports. Who is more to blame for a melee that crossed traditional lines of behavior between fans and players?
Fans
Players

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TUESDAY

THE FLUTIE GAME: BOSTON COLLEGE VS. MIAMI

Today marks the 20th anniversary of the miraculous Hail Mary play, or as the Redskins affectionately call it, "any Mark Brunell completion." [ESPN CLASSIC, 9]

THURSDAY

COLTS VS. LIONS

President Bush pardoned two Thanksgiving turkeys and this game is one of them. If the tryptophan or box of wine doesn't make you sleepy, the Lions' offense certainly will. [CBS, 12:30]

BEARS VS. COWBOYS

When you wake up, have another slice of pie or two and then tell yourself you're not starting to look like Bill Parcells. [FOX, 4:30]

FRIDAY

KINGS VS. LAKERS

Despite the departure of Phil Jackson and Shaquille O'Neal, Staples Center remains a great place to watch Tobey Maguire watching Leonardo DiCaprio watch the game. [ESPN, 10:30]

SUNDAY

REDSKINS VS. STEELERS

The only white towel dropping before the Redskins game will be the one thrown by Joe Gibbs to signal surrender. [FOX, 1]


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