Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on September 18, 1990 · Page 21
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SPORTS Friday, September 19, 2003 — Page 21 NFL clears Shanahan of wrongdoing in injury flap By The Associated Press DENVER — Broncos coach Mike Shanahan was cleared of any wrongdoing by the NFL after explaining to league officials why he lied about Jake Plummet's injury during a game last weekend. The league started looking into Shanahan's actions after he gave a false injury report to CBS during halftime of Sunday's game against San Diego. Shanahan told the network that the quarterback sustained a concussion instead of a separated shoulder. Briefs ASHBURN, Va. — Washington Redskins comerback Fred Smoot was briefly knocked unconscious and taken to the hospital with a mild concussion after a collision during practice. Smoot took a hit to die head from safety Matt Bowen as the two defended a pass. Trainer Dean Kleinschmidt said Smoot was unconscious for "less than a minute" and woke up with a headache and back pain before being placed on a board and loaded in an ambulance. Smoot was released from the hospital in the afternoon. He will be reevaluated today before determining his status for Sunday's game against the New York Giants. Golf BOISE, Idaho — Michelle Wie finished with an 7-over 78 in the first round of the Boise Open. Wie, 13, is playing her second men's tournament in a month. She'll need a superb second round to make the cut at the Nationwide Tour event. Hockey DALLAS — Dallas Stars goalie Marty Turco agreed to a three- year contract after missing the first week of training camp. Turco set a modern NHL record with a 1.72 goals-against average last season. He was also an All-Star in his first season as the starter, finishing 31-10-10. Auto racing DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — NASCAR banned drivers from racing back to the yellow flag under caution, changing a rule strongly criticized by drivers and team owners. ' The new rule, which takes effect for this weekend's races, forbids passing once the caution flag is displayed. NASCAR president Mike Helton said the change was needed to ensure the safety of the drivers. Also, Busch Series driver Shane Hmiel was suspended indefinitely by NASCAR for violating the sanctioning organization's substance abuse policy. NASCAR president Mike Helton did not specify the substance involved, but said Hmiel could seek reinstatement after agree- ing to attend counseling and undergo periodic random testing. Harness racing DELAWARE, Ohio — David Miller guided No Pan Intended to vcitory in the Little Brown Jug, leaving the duo one win short of pacingfs Triple Crown. No Pan Intended, a 2-1 favorite, never lost the lead and won in 1:53, a length better than Make It Brief and Armbro Animate. With a win in the Messenger Stakes on Oct. 18, No Pan Intended would be the first Triple Crown winner since 1999. Best Results. 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