Inside: The Week In Sports

Oct. 31, 2005
Oct. 31, 2005

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Oct. 31, 2005

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Inside: The Week In Sports

College Football

This is an article from the Oct. 31, 2005 issue Original Layout

Defensive end Quentin Moses leads a resurgent Georgia defense • Brad Smith settles Missouri's quarterback controversy


The Steelers can rely on their ground game • Two inspirational victories, one inspirational comeback • Dr. Z likes the Giants

Horse Racing

A win in the Breeders' Cup Sprint would bolster Lost in the Fog's case for Horse of the Year • Handicapping the rest of the field

Motor Sports

With four races left, the Chase is a four-driver scramble, led by Tony Stewart • A new crew chief helps Jeff Gordon to a victory

PHOTOPhotograph by Damian Strohmeyer  HORN OF PLENTY
Texas quarterback Vince Young ran 10 yards for one touchdown and threw for two more as the No. 2 Longhorns walloped No. 10 Texas Tech 52-17. After the resounding home victory, Texas moved up to No. 1 in the BCS standings.