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PLAYERS: Jeff Gordon
By Jerry Bonkowski INDIANAPOLIS -- No one has to tell Jeff Gordon what he has to do. He's well aware that he needs to win at least two of the next seven races, a stretch that begins with Sunday's Brickyard 400 – and that still may not be enough to make the Chase for the Sprint Cup. Should Gordon miss the Chase for the Sprint Cup, it would be for just the second time in the Chase's nine-year
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