Cale Yarborough had more trouble with the slow traffic than with the man chasing him at the end of yesterday's Champion Spark Plug 400 in Brooklyn, Mich.
Yarborough was staying ahead of Darrell Waltrip, but came upon slower cars on his last lap. He wove through the pack to complete a sweep of the two Grand National stock car races at Michigan International Speedway this season.
"I could see Darrell in my mirror," he said.
Bill Elliott was a distant third, followed by Terry Labonte and Tim Richmond.
Colleges: Auburn football players have been tested for drugs, Coach Pat Dye confirmed. Auburn is the first SEC school to require such testing.
LSU's basketball coach, Dale Brown, favors testing his players, but is waiting for the school to decide. Sources familiar with Georgia basketball said the school is considering such tests. Tennessee Coach Johnny Majors said he'll test players if the team doctor or trainer advises him to. And Florida AD Bill Carr said he's investigating to find out "how big that problem might be at the University of Florida."
The SEC's move toward drug testing gained momentum three weeks ago when Alabama Coach Ray Perkins got the NFL's head of drug rehabilitation, Charles Jackson, to meet with SEC officials in Atlanta.