The Commercial-News, Danville, IL


September 24, 2008

Beat The Experts RESULTS


Week 3 game scores

Michigan State 23, Notre Dame 7

Pittsburgh 21, Iowa 20

Wake Forest 12, Florida State 3

LSU 26, Auburn 21

Eastern Illinois 25, Illinois St. 21

Tampa Bay 27, Chicago 24 (OT)

Jacksonville 23, Indianapolis 21

Seattle 37, St. Louis 13

Dallas 27, Green Bay 16

Philadelphia 15, Pittsburgh 6

Records for the Experts

Tyler Blue (C-N correspondent) 8-2

Marvin Holman (C-N sports writer) 8-2

Chad Dare (C-N sports editor) 6-4

George Halls (C-N building manager) 6-4

Chris Hightower (C-N sports correspondent) 5-5

John Dubois (C-N correspondent) 5-5

Lisa Martin (C-N sports correspondent) 5-5

Aaron Patterson (C-N correspondent) 2-8

10-0 (winner) ,/B>

Jared Jones (Fairmount)


Chris Adams (Covington, Ind.)


Paul J. Galaskis (Danville), Julie Gilpatrick (Danville), Bob Jarvis (Westville), Tim Lowe (Chrisman), Merret Sanders (Catlin)


Rich Beauvois (Westville), Roger D. Boen (Danville), Lee Cronkhite (Danville), Bill DeVore (Danville), John Dudich (Danville), Roberta Gallagher (Cayuga, Ind.), Debbie Gaugler (Danville), Del Habben (Danville), James Howe (Danville), Jim Hundley (Veedersburg, Ind.), Tom Jenkins (Danville), Troy Kester (Danville), Brenda Largent (Westville), James S.L. Moore (Danville), Dianna Porter (Danville), Greg Seaman (Tilton), Mark Shadden (St. Joseph), Whitney Showers (Danville), Donna Stevens (Danville)


Susan Anglum (Danville), Jim Baird (Indianola), S. Brewer (Danville), Charles Cronkhite (Danville), Jack Doan (Danville), Ivan Ford (Danville), Kevin Gilpatrick (Danville), Thomas Gogerty (Danville), Rick Hawkins (Danville), Joe Kist (Danville), Melanie Majercin (Danville), Joe Maskel (Danville), Rex Mays (Covington, Ind.), Mike McMillan (Danville), Mary Peters (Hoopeston), Dave Ponder (Westville), Bob Sageser (Covington, Ind.), Michelle Sageser (Danville), George Shadden (Westville), Calvin M. Showers (Danville), Doug Showers (Danville), Kerry Showers (Danville), Rob Showers (Danville), Aaron Smith (Indianola), Conor Steinbaugh (Georgetown), Brian Underwood (Hoopeston)


Tom Anglum (Danville), Relley Bingham (Danville), Leon Brown (Danville), Laura Fleetwood (Danville), Kyla Hotsinpiller (Danville), Jeff Knapp (Danville), Dora Nolen (Danville), Dave Pettigrew (Danville), Jim Sageser (Danville), Scott Showers (Danville), Calvin A. Smith (Georgetown), Brad Weaver (Danville), Joe Witmer (Oakwood)


J.T. Brown (Danville), Greg Cornett (Chrisman), Cindy Largent (Westville), John Lemezis (Westville), Jim Pettigrew (Westville), Jack Ray (Danville), Heather Sageser (Danville)


Lloyd Logan (Danville)

0-10 (Blank entry forms)

Michael Van Hoveln (Danville)

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