Manning, Spurrier headline College Hall of Fame class — Former Tennessee quarterback Peyton Manning and former Florida coach Steve Spurrier had a one-sided rivalry that helped define an era of Southeastern Conference football. Manning set records in Knoxville, Tennessee, and won just about every award short of the Heisman Trophy, but his teams never beat Spurrier’s mighty Gators. Spurrier and Manning were inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame on Tuesday night at the National Football Foundation’s awards banquet in Manhattan, New York. The rest of the players in Hall of Fame class included Marshall Faulk of San Diego State; 2004 Heisman Trophy winner Matt Leinart of Southern California; Bob Crable of Notre Dame; Kirk Gibson, the National League MVP in 1988 and former Michigan State receiver; Bob McKay of Texas; Dat Nguyen of Texas A&M; Mike Ruth of Boston College; Brian Urlacher of New Mexico; and Adrian Peterson of Georgia Southern.
High school team posts 102-0 shutout — A northeastern Montana high school girls’ basketball team posted a 102-0 shutout of a short-handed opponent last weekend. Brockton coach Terrence Johnson told the Great Falls Tribune he usually has nine or 10 girls available, but due to several reasons, only suited up five Friday against the much taller and more experienced Froid-Medicine Lake team. Brockton’s roster included an eighth-grader. Johnson his team holds no ill feelings toward their opponents. He said his girls did everything possible to score.
— From wire reports