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VIDEO: Rush-Henrietta Basketball Player Makes ESPN's Top Play
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Rochester Gets Referenced in New Movie!
In Bullet to the Head Sylvester Stallone is shown in a mug shot from Rochester, NY!
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Was This the Funniest Super Bowl Ad?
Robert Thompson, media expert from Syracuse University, spoke with Chet about the best and worst Super Bowl Ads.
Siena College Pollster Steve Greenberg on New York's opinion of Hydro-Fracking and the Governor.
CBS News Cooespondent Steve Futterman live from New Orleans. He spoke to Chet about the power going out in last night's Super Bowl.
The Baltimore Ravens survived a 35-minute power outage at the Superdome and held off the San Francisco 49ers 34-31 to win Super Bowl 47. Joe Flacco tossed three first-half
NEW ORLEANS (AP) _ Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco was named Most Valuable Player of the Super Bowl. Flacco tossed three touchdowns to cap a postseason in which he threw 11 touchdown passes and no interceptions.
The Baltimore Ravens survived a 35-minute power outage at the Superdome and held off the San Francisco 49ers 34-31 to win Super Bowl 47. Joe Flacco tossed three first-half touchdowns and Jacoby (jah-KOH'-bee) Jones returned the second half kickoff a Super Bowl-record 108 yards for a touchdown.
JoeE Flacco tossed three touchdown passes in the first half as the Ravens opened a 21-6 halftime edge. Jacoby (jah-KOH'-bee) Jones opened the second half with an electrifying 108-yard touchdown record, the longest kickoff return in Super Bowl history.
Then a power outage delayed play for 35 minutes, which seemed to breathe life into the Niners. Trailing 28-6 when the power went out, San Francisco came to life with 17 points over a 4:14 stretch of the third quarter to make it 28-23.
After Baltimore took a 31-23 lead, the Niners scored a touchdown to cut it to 31-29. San Francisco's two-point conversion failed. Baltimore added a late field goal ..THE RAVENS THEN USED A GOAL LINE STAND AT THE END......TO WIN THEIR SECOND LOMBARDI TITLE IN FRANCHISE HISTORY
FLACCO completed 22 of 33 passes for 287 yards AND NAMED MVP
RAY LEWIS capPED his 17-year career WITH WITH TITLE
Auxiliary power kept the playing field from going totally dark, but escalators stopped working and the concourses were only illuminated by small banks of lights tied in to emergency service.... A spokesman for the New Orleans power company said the outage appeared to originate in a failure of equipment maintained by stadium staff
Defenseman Brian Campbell scored on the power play with 10:33 remaining to cap Florida's three-goal rally and the Panthers beat the Buffalo Sabres 4-3. ..Florida rallied from a 3-1 deficit to win two straight since enduring a five-game skid.
Thomas Vanek and Cody Hodgson had a goal and assist each, and Alexander Sulzer also scored for Buffalo, which dropped to 1-5-1 since opening the season with two wins.
Johan Hedberg made 22 saves for his 22nd career shutout, and Steve Bernier scored two of New Jersey's three third-period goals in the Devils' 3-0 victory over the New York Islanders on Sunday.
Dwight Howard missed a second straight game due to a sore shoulder and the Lakers won their second straight game, holding on to beat the Pistons 98-97 in Detroit. Pau Gasol led the way with 23 points and 10 rebounds..
Miami opens a half-game lead over idle New York at the top of the Eastern Conference standings with a 100-85 win over at Toronto. LeBron James led the way with a game-high 30 points
Paul Pierce scored 22 points and Boston held off a late comeback to beat the Los Angeles Clippers 106-104 and improve to 4-0 since losing Rajon Rondo (RAH'-zhahn RAHN'-doh) for the season to a torn knee ligament
After two consecutive road games, No. 6/6 Syracuse (18-3, 6-2) returns to the Carrier Dome to host Notre Dame (18-4, 6-3) on Monday, Feb. 4. Tipoff is scheduled for 7 p.m....ALL THE ACTION ON WHAM 1180.12th-ranked Cardinals raced past No. 25 Marquette 70-51
SIENNA HOST FAIRPORT TONIGHT AT 7:00...THE SAINTS HAVE WON TWO STRAIGHT
Rochester senior guard John DiBartolomeo scored seven of his game-high 22 points in a three-minute stretch late in the second half to help the top-ranked Yellowjackets hold off 25th-ranked Brandeis, 66-59, at the Red Auerbach Arena on Sunday afternoon...Rochester boosted its record to 19-1 overall, 8-1 in the University Athletic GOLF:
Phil Mickelson completed an outstanding week of golf with a four-shot win in the Phoenix Open. Mickelson, who opened with an 11-under-60 on day 1, shot a final round 67 to finish 28 shots under par. Brandt Snedeker (SNEH'-deh-kur) was second at 24-under after a 6-under-65.