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  • Drake, rated the No. 8 all-purpose back in the nation by Rivals, reportedly has run a 4. 4-second 40, and he rushed for 1,376 yards with 13 TDs for Skyline High School.

    Colorado State - Team Notes

  • His mid 4. 4-second speed in the 40-yard dash makes him a dangerous defender.

    Utah - Team Notes

  • Haussler started the day with a mere 4-second lead over Renshaw, an advantage that could easily evaporate if Renshaw could nab either of the two intermediate sprints.

    Mark Renshaw sprints to win and into lead at Tour of Qatar

  • Fair to say that I enjoyed this 4-second animated GIF about 8.5 times more than The Phantom Menace.

    So Many Midi-chlorians!: Impressive Jedi Force Push

  • Sidney Crosby scored twice in a 1-minute, 4-second span midway through second period to help the Penguins clinch a playoff berth with a 6-4 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday night.

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  • SAN ANTONIO When Mario Chalmers launched the shot Monday night that will forever live in Kansas basketball lore, the clock was ticking below the 4-second mark in regulation.

    Kansas' Chalmers proves calm, collected under pressure

  • So when Darrell Scott, the nation's top running-back recruit, showed up for his first practice at Colorado this year, he resolved not to run past his new teammates -- which, with a 4. 4-second 40-yard dash time, he can -- but through them.

    College Football's 'Freaks'

  • Matt Barnes and Monta Ellis scored back-to-back baskets in a 4-second span during the final minute, taking advantage of a turnover by Atlanta to pull within 106-105.

    USATODAY.com - Basketball - Atlanta vs. Golden State

  • That didn't faze Spurrier, who made his way to Conway to meet the 5-8, 185-pounder with 4. 4-second speed in the 40 and more than 4,000 yards rushing in his final two seasons.

    USATODAY.com - 'Ol' ball coach' Spurrier giddy about his South Carolina class

  • Has good snap-to-toe mechanics (1. 4-second average) on field goals and PATs ...

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