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Cornerback Champ Bailey of the NFC pulls down a pass intended for AFC receiver Jimmy Smith. Bailey, who came down with the interception at his 1-yard line, provided one of the few defensive highlights for the NFC.

Eugene Tanner • The Honolulu Advertiser

Updated at 6:50 p.m., February 5, 2001
UH to renew long-time rivalry with BYU
The University of Hawai'i football team will revive one of its oldest — and heated — rivalries when it plays host to Brigham Young University Dec. 1 at Aloha Stadium.

NFC folds under AFC's nonstop aerial barrage

An Aloha Stadium crowd of 50,128 saw the Raider quarterback take command of yesterday's 31st Pro Bowl in the first 10 minutes with scoring passes to a pair of No. 88s-Kansas City's Tony Gonzalez and Indianapolis' Marvin Harrison.
Gruden's plan passed

LPGA Tour makes two-week stop in Hawai'i
After a week of rest and cross-country travel, the LPGA Tour will be in Hawai'i the next two weeks for the LPGA Takefuji Classic and the Cup Noodles Hawaiian Ladies Open.

Defense sparks Wahine road win
Defending their turf on the road, the University of Hawai'i Wahine suffocated the Western Athletic Conference's most breathtaking offense yesterday, defeating Nevada, 65-52, in a regionally televised basketball game.

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Versatile back from California accepts UH football offer
Tyrone Brown of Highland High in Palmdale, Calif., said he will make his commitment official to accept a football scholarship from UH on Wednesday, the first day national letters of intent may be signed.
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Pearl City, Mililani swim champs

Pearl City's boys and Mililani's girls won O'ahu Interscholastic Association Western Division Championships in swimming and diving by large margins Friday at Kalani High School.
Ferd Lewis
Why not kick off here, too?
In a two-touchdown Pro Bowl first quarter yesterday, AFC quarterback Rich Gannon had all the answers. After the game, the Dan McGuire Player of the Game award winner lofted a pretty good question, too.
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