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Nose guard Terrence Cody single-handedly prevented Tennessee from upsetting No. 1 Alabama. And what a big hand it was. The 365-pounder got his paw on Daniel Lincoln's last-second field goal attempt to preserve a 12--10 win last Saturday. "I just closed my eyes and reached up with my left hand," he said.
Footballs were flying in the Queen City. Filling in for injured Tony Pike, Zach Collaros of the No. 5 Bearcats completed 15 of 17 for 253 yards in a 41--10 win over Louisville last Saturday. The next day Carson Palmer torched the Bears for five TDs in the Bengals' 45--10 rout.
Against Indiana last Saturday, Northwestern went from first-quarter bums (down 28--3 in the second quarter) to second-half studs (29--28 winners). Leading the charge was QB Mike Kafka, who overcame his slow start to throw for 312 yards and two scores.
What goalie competition? Since unseating incumbent Peter Budaj in the preseason, Craig Anderson had played every minute in the crease for surprising Colorado (8-1-2) through Sunday. "If you make the odd mistake, he's there to back you up," said defenseman Kyle Quincey.