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never defeated; always victorious
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- adjective victorious
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All three look testing for Federer, who has played just six Tour matches since losing to Del Potro in New York, and with 1,500 points up for grabs for any player who wins the title undefeated he is taking nothing for granted.
Yes, No. 7 Auburn and No. 9 LSU remain undefeated, and Alabama, now ranked eighth, could climb the ladder still.
Mayweather, who came into the fight a 4-1 favorite to remain undefeated, improved his record to 41-0 with 25 knockouts while Mosley fell to 46-6 (39 KOs).
Yes, No. 7 Auburn and No. 9 LSU remain undefeated, and Alabama, now ranked eighth, could climb the ladder.
"I guess for the people who weren't around then and don't understand that we are so proud of the fact, not that the Giants knocked off the Patriots, but that people now will get an idea that the only way you can go undefeated is to win every game."
(AP) - Chris Osgood needed some help from his Detroit teammates to remain undefeated against Tampa Bay.
Still, since both teams remain undefeated – Tennessee at 17-0 and Duke at 16-0 – the debate continues over who's better.
Field Judge: Jim SaracinoSummaryBack to topColts remain undefeated with 30-24 win over Texans
Darrell Mack ran for a career-high 163 yards and three touchdowns and the Utes held off a late rally by the Cardinals to remain undefeated all-time against current members of the Big East.
(AP) - Omar Haugabook passed for 3 touchdowns, but also threw 4 interceptions, as Troy survived 7 turnovers to defeat North Texas 45-7 Saturday and remain undefeated in Sun Belt Conference play.
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