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Squashing Louisville 34--14 to improve to 8--3, thanks partly to freshman QB Tom Savage (right), sweetens the Scarlet Knights' bowl prospects. A couple of alums were winners last weekend too: Titans receiver Kenny Britt caught a game-clinching TD; Ravens running back Ray Rice had 155 total yards.
The UNC coach got his 600th career win single-handedly—his left arm was in a sling following shoulder surgery. The 80--73 victory over Nevada made him a phenomenal 600--139, and he handled the milestone with class. "Six-hundred wins means I've been lucky," he said.
A day to write home about for the Falcons' backup QB with the Boy Scout grin: Playing extensively for the first time since 2007, he threw two TD passes including the game-winner to keep Atlanta's playoff hopes alive. Said Redman, "I'm always prepared."
Down 17--3 and led by the CFL's best QB in Anthony Calvillo, Montreal decided to ... run the ball? Uh-huh. The Alouettes' 117 second-half rushing yards—and Saskatchewan's too-many-men penalty, which enabled the winning field goal—brought Montreal the Grey Cup.