January 9 , 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 55  

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Year in review: Top sports newsmakers of 2003

The sports world saw an incredible amount of highs and lows in 2003.
With so many athletes making headlines, The Gazette decided to take a look back at the events that made 2003 a memorable one.

Day of infamy: Goats of the year

Ah, the beloved goat. Where would professional sports be without you?

2003's top performers

The headlines grabbing the front page of most sports sections alluded to sexual assaults, drug use and idiotic debauchery (oh, the great world of professional sports), but there were definitely some athletic feats of note.

Surprises and disappointments

The surprises and disappointments in 2003 came from many different sports and in many different forms.

Western Brief

Shuk's playoff picks: Patriots, Packers, Panthers

Ah, the NFL. Unlike other major football titles (cough, cough, NCAA, cough, cough), there can be only one champion. Here's a look at this week's quarter-final playoff matchups.

Mats has brain cramp

TORONTO (CP) Captain Mats Sundin of the Toronto Maple Leafs may have escaped a penalty for throwing his broken stick into the stands Tuesday night but the NHL punished him a day later.




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