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They haven't quite been feasting on the NFL's prime meat—they beat the Bills on Sunday, for example—but three straight wins, two on their final drive, have put these cats in playoff position. "[In] that huddle," says QB David Garrard (right), "everybody's focused, ready to roll." Next up: the 4--6 Niners.
He busted out in the fourth quarter to sink the Celtics, he scored 24 points to silence the boobirds in Toronto, and life with Orlando—winners of five straight through Sunday—is sweet for the 32-year-old shooting guard. Sweetest of all? He's not in New Jersey anymore.
Penn's footballers squashed Cornell 34--0 to stay unbeaten and clinch the Ivy League championship for the first time in six years. Senior receiver Kyle Derham to The Philadelphia Inquirer on touching the trophy: "It was the best feeling of my life so far."
He spun around and around and around and around, and when he landed, the U.S. champion was en route to a gold medal at Skate Canada. Sticking that quad means he'll have a chance to defend his title at next month's Grand Prix. Eleven weeks till Vancouver, folks.