HEADLINES - June 24, 2002

News and commentary on the Tigers, SEC, college sports from outside sources

Schilling, Cleveland reach deal (By William Weathers, The Advocate)

Davis jumps into national spotlight (By John Crumpacker, San Francisco Chronicle)

KC's Muna Lee learning lessons at elite level of track (By Mechelle Voepel, Kansas City Star)

Inside College Football (By Ivan Maisel, Sports Illustrated)

LSU's Toefield fast on field, faster in rehab (By Scott Rabalais, The Advocate)

LSU's Bertman helped bring college baseball to new level (By Glenn Guilbeau, The Advocate)

Team camps offer edge (By Robin Fambrough, The Advocate)

Knockum hopes to make his mark (By William Weathers, The Advocate)

In Walton's opinion, Shaq stands tall among all-time centers (By Alan Wilson, Buffalo News)

When hit means a run, Reds are done (By Lonnie Wheeloer, Cincinnati  Post)

AROUND THE SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE:

2,500 fans welcome team home (By Monique Angle, The State)

Arkansas' Kennedy eligible for fall (By Nate Allen, Northwest Arkansas Times)

Down time before kickoff (By Jack Wilkinson, Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

OTHER NEWS OF NOTE:

Will they build it, will they come? (By Scott Rabalais, The Advocate)

SLU shouldn't consider hiring Mumme as coach (By John DeShazier, Times-Picayune)

Playing field transformed (By Karen Rosen, Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

Football at epicenter of Title IX debate (By Jerome Solomon, Houston Chronicle)

Track meet transforms into celebration of Title IX (San Jose Mercury News)


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