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“Associated Press Seth Greenberg By guiding the Hokies to an upset of then-No.1 Duke on Saturday, Seth Greenberg established himself as perhaps the sport's best coach against top-ranked opponents.”
“Montrose Christian guard Tyrone Johnson had 25 points and eight assists in the top-ranked Mustangs' 63-37 rout of Findlay Prep this past Saturday night, but it was this big dunk by the Villanova recruit that had everyone talking:”
“Tennessee was the NFL's top-ranked pass defense and total defense in 2000.”
“Three of the largest NROTC units are hosted by Norwich University, Penn State and the U.C. San Diego/University of San Diego Consortium, and in the last two years the Navy expanded its NROTC program even further, opening host units at Yale University, Arizona State University, the largest undergraduate population in the country, and at Rutgers University, a top-ranked engineering school.”
“Game Developers Conference This top-ranked gathering of videogame-industry professionals includes exhibits, sessions with makers of famous games like Jordan Mechner "Prince of Persia" and awards to non-mainstream "independent" games.”
“On Tuesday, he drove to nearby Jupiter to watch the top-ranked University of Florida baseball team.”
“The top-ranked paid music app in the Mac App Store, Bubble Harp ($2), sells about 300 copies per weekday and 400 on weekend days, according to its developer, Scott Snibbe (more commentary from music Mac App developers).”
“Bubble Harp, the top-ranked paid music app in the Mac App Store, sold approximately as many copies as the 20th-ranked Music Theory Pro in the music category of the iTunes App Store.”
“Woods says he is looking forward to playing with top-ranked Lee Westwood of Britain and German number-two Martin Kaymer in Thursday's opening round.”
“In the all-Russian women's final Saturday, top-ranked Dinara Safina will try for her first Grand Slam title against Svetlana Kuznetsova.”
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