Sunday’s List of 13: Wrapping up a sports Saturday…….

13) Tennessee 20, New England 13:
— Titans ran ball for 201 yards, were +1 in turnovers; they move on to play Baltimore next weekend. New England scored one TD on three trips to red zone. 

12) Houston 22, Buffalo 19 OT:
— Buffalo led 16-0 with 2:00 left in third quarter, had to kick FG with 0:05 left to force OT. Texans move on to Kansas City next weekend.
— Josh Allen is first QB in NFL history with a 40-yard run and TD catch in the same game, regular season or postseason. He got those on Buffalo’s first drive of the game.

11) Nick Foles, Marcus Mariota are the other QB’s to catch a TD pass in a playoff game. 

10) Washington State 79, UCLA 71 OT— Bruins were up 9 at the half, but lose for 4th time in last five games. Wazzu outscored UCLA 23-13 on foul line, where Bruins made only 13-23. 

9) Georgia Tech 96, North Carolina 83— Tar Heels were down 20 at the half; they’re 8-6, and aren’t going to the NCAA’s this year. 

8) San Diego State 77, Utah State 68— Impressive road win for the Aztecs, who improve to 15-0; they’re one of two unbeaten teams (Auburn) left in country. 

7) Upsets:
— Presbyterian (+11.5) 68, Gardner-Webb 62
— Portland (+10) 71, San Francisco 65
— Nicholls State (+10) 70, Sam Houston State 58
— South Carolina State (+9.5) 79, Coppin State 75
— Pacific (+8.5) 107, Saint Mary’s 99
— Northern Illinois (+8) 73, Buffalo 72
— FDU (+8) 77, Bryant 73
— Georgia (+7.5) 65, Memphis 62
— Georgia Tech (+7.5) 96, North Carolina 83
— Tulane (+7.5) 76, Cincinnati 71

6) Florida 104, Alabama 98 OT— Crimson Tide was up 21 in first half, by 14 at the half, by 5 with 0:21 left in regulation. Gators made 30-36 on foul line. 

5) Wofford 98, NC-Greensboro 92, 2OT— Wofford blew a 13-point lead with 3:41 left in regulation, but survived in extra time. There were 76 3-pointers taken in this game, only 63 2-point shots. These are two of better teams in the Southern Conference. 

4) Penn State 89, Iowa 86— Nittany Lions played this home game at the Palestra in Philly, because school is out in Happy Valley. 

3) Valparaiso 81, Evansville 79 OT— Purple Aces won at Kentucky, arguably the biggest win in school history, but are only 6-6 since then, losing three of last four games; their coach was suspended for off-court stuff, and their season is quickly heading towards the ash can, after such a promising start.

2) Gonzaga 75, Pepperdine 70— WCC might be a little deeper this year; Gonzaga was down 7 at the half in Portland the other night, this game was tied at halftime. 

1) Pacific 107, Saint Mary’s 99 4OT— Game of the Day was the last game of the night; Gaels were up 11 at halftime, but their bench was outscored 42-19 by Pacific’s subs. 

Author: Armadillo Sports

I've been involved in sports my whole life, now just write about them. I like to travel, mostly to Las Vegas- they have gambling there.