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“The biggest win was a 14-point victory over Duke, the Blue Devils 'worst loss of the season.”
“The Giants stung the Cowboys for two big-play touchdowns in the second half of a comeback victory that tightened the race in the NFC East, including Hixon's cross-field, 79-yard touchdown on a fourth-quarter punt return that provided a 14-point lead.”
“Among Republicans, the proportion hit 31 percent, a 14-point spike from March 2009 to August 2010.”
“The new survey confirms the depth of the Democrats' challenges with whites in these categories: When asked which party better understands the economic problems that people in the country are having, non-college whites side with the Republicans by a 14-point margin.”
“Howard blamed Van Gundy for not getting the ball more after the Magic's Game 5 collapse, when they blew a 14-point lead in the fourth quarter.”
“More photos and interactive graphics The 14-point sanctions plan, if implemented, will significantly slow an economy already teetering after months of unrest and under Western sanctions.”
“This season has already seen lightning shorten the Western Michigan-Michigan and Marshall-West Virginia games in week one—the former of which saved the books a bundle, since most of the money was on Michigan, which was up 34-10 and thus in position to cover the 14-point spread.”
“San Francisco wasted no time, as running back Kendall Hunter scampered in for a 17-yard run, giving the 49ers a 14-point cushion.”
“The GOP's 14-point advantage is twice as big as in 1994.”
“The Broncos lost five in a row before beating San Francisco for their first conference victory, then had Gonzaga on the ropes, holding a 14-point lead with 15 minutes left.”
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