>>Nats Knock Off Cards In Game One
(St. Louis, MO) -- Tyler Moore's pinch-hit, two-run single in the eighth pushed the Nationals to a 3-2
win over the Cardinals in Game One of their NLDS. Jon Jay plated a run during a
two-run second inning for the Cardinals while Adam Wainwright struck out 10 over
five-and-two-thirds innings of one-run ball in a no-decison. Mitchell Boggs was
charged with the loss. Game Two of the series is this afternoon as Jaime Garcia
takes the mound against Jordan Zimmerman.
>>Bears Blast Jaguars
(Jacksonville, FL) -- Brandon Marshall had 12 catches for 144 yards and a touchdown as the Bears blew out the Jaguars, 41-3. Jay Cuter tossed for 292 yards, two touchdowns and an interception for
Chicago, which moved to 4-and-1. The Bears' defense scored twice via an
interception. The Bears dive into their bye week before getting back on the
field Monday, October 22nd against the Lions at Soldier Field.
>>Rams Get Back To Work
(Earth City, MO) -- The Rams are back to work this week in preparation for Sunday's game at Miami. St. Louis moved to 3-and-2 last Thursday with a 17-3 win over Arizona. The Rams are tied with
Seattle in the NFC West while both Arizona and San Francisco are 4-and-1.
>>Illini Fall To Wisconsin
(Madison, WI) -- Montee Ball ran for
116 yards and two touchdowns to help Wisconsin in a 31-14 win over Illinois on
Saturday. Nathan Scheelhaase threw for 178 yards and a touchdown while leading
the team in rushing with 84 yards. The Illini head to The Big House to face
Michigan on Saturday.
>>Northwestern Falters At Penn State
(University Park, PA) -- Penn State scored 22 unanswered points in the
fourth quarter to send 22nd-ranked Northwestern to its first loss of the season
on Saturday, 39-28. Trevor Siemian threw for 135 yards and a touchdown in the
loss. The Wildcats travel to Minnesota to face the Golden Gophers on Saturday.
>>Notre Dame Dominates Miami
(Chicago, IL) -- Notre Dame dominated Miami at Soldier Field on Saturday, posting a 41-3 victory over the
Hurricanes. Cierre Wood ran for 118 yards with two touchdowns while George
Atkinson the Third finished with 123 yards and a score. The Fighting Irish
moved to 5-and-0, their best record since starting with eight straight wins in
2002. The Irish host Stanford on Saturday.