— Steelers 20, Titans 16
Titans in first half: 37 plays, 220 yards, 13 points.
Titans in second half: 34 plays, 152 yards, 3 points.
Tennessee is 0-4 SU in true road games, losing by 1-24-7-4 points (1-3 ATS)
Titans scored 27-27-28 points in wins; they scored 15-3-16-16-16 in losses.
Steelers drove 92 yards, scored game-winning TD with 4:02 left.
Pitt is 30-16-1 ATS in last 47 games when spread was 3 or fewer points.
Seven of eight Steeler games stayed under the total.
Last seven games, Steelers have a +9 turnover margin.
Under is 20-7 in NFL primetime games this season.
On bright side for Tennessee, rookie QB Levis looks like a keeper.
— Texas Tech 35, TCU 28
Red Raiders led 20-7 at halftime.
TCU QB Hoover threw for 352 yards, but also two INTs.
Tech RB Brooks ran 31 times for 146 yards and a TD.
Both teams are 4-5 now.
— Duke 24, Wake Forest 21
Duke kicked a 26-yard FG at the gun to win the game.
Deacons outgained Duke, 400-267.
Both teams turned ball over twice.
Duke is 6-3; they’re bowl eligible now.
— Troy 28, South Alabama 10
Troy WR Lewis caught four passes for 120 yards, 3 TD’s.
South Alabama was 0-10 on third down conversions.
Trojans are 7-2 this season.
— Spurs 132, Suns 121
San Antonio led 75-55 at halftime.
Rookie Wembanyama scored 38 points, was +21 for the Spurs.
San Antonio swept both games in their visit to Phoenix.
— Canucks 10, Sharks 1
San Jose is 0-9-1; they’ve been outscored 45-10.
— Movie of the Day: Major League (1989)— The new owner of a major league team puts together a purposely horrible team so they’ll lose and she can move the team and make more money. But when the plot is uncovered, they start winning just to spite her.
Tom Berenger is the team’s catcher, Charlie Sheen a reliever, Corbin Bernsen the 3B and best of all, Bob Uecker is the radio announcer.
— Max Scherzer gets a World Series ring this year; he also got:
$15M from Washington
$36.6M from the Mets
$6.7M from the Rangers
$58.3M and a World Series ring; pretty good year.
— Padres’ DH Nelson Cruz retired this week, he finishes with 464 home runs, 2,053 hits. He was MVP of the ALCS in 2011, the last time Texas made the World Series before this year.
— Over is 7-0 in LSU’s football games this fall.
— When was the last time Clemson/USC were home underdogs on the same day?
— Oklahoma plays Oklahoma State this week; with the Sooners bolting to the SEC, is this the last time these inter-state rivals will meet?
They’ve been playing since 1904, 117 times in all. Too bad $$$ intruded and ended one of the better rivalries in college football.
— Memphis Grizzlies are 0-5 this season; last time they were 0-5 was 2002.
— Lakers 130, Clippers 125 OT
Great game Wednesday night, kind of like a playoff game.
Lebron James scored 35 points, had 12 rebounds, 7 assists in 42:00.
Anthony Davis played 48:00, Kawhi Leonard 41:00; it was like real basketball.